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One of television's most critically acclaimed programmes, The Wire addresses the seedy side of Baltimore’s finest, looking into money, drugs, politics and murder.
Told from the point of view of both the police and their targets, the series captures a universe of subterfuge and surveillance, where easy distinctions between good and evil, and crime and punishment, are challenged at every turn.
A study on urban life in one of America’s toughest cities, each season of The Wire has focused on a different aspect of Baltimore, starting with the police force and the drug trade, then moving on to City Hall, the education system and concluding with the media.
The complete three seasons of the US drama following medical examiner Dr. Megan Hunt (Dana Delany) as she attempts to balance her demanding job with her private life. After a car accident leaves successful neurosurgeon Megan with nerve damage, she is no longer able to perform surgery and is appointed as a medical examiner. However, her colleagues do not always agree with her unique working style. Meanwhile, she attempts to reconnect with her estranged daughter, Lacey (Mary Mouser). Season 1 episodes are: 'Pilot', 'Letting Go', 'Helping Hand', 'Talking Heads', 'Dead Man Walking', 'Society Hill', 'All in the Family', 'Buried Secrets' and 'Broken Home'. Season 2 episodes are: 'Love Thy Neighbour', 'Hunting Party', 'Missing', 'Lazarus Man', 'Point of Origin', 'Second Chances', 'Hard Knocks', 'Love Bites', 'Gross Anatomy', 'Your Number's Up', 'Falling for You', 'Shades of Blue', 'Sympathy for the Devil', 'Cold Blooded', 'Occupational Hazards', 'Home Invasion', 'Identity', 'Going Viral: Part 1', 'Going Viral: Part 2' and 'Mind Games'. Season 3 episodes are: 'Abducted: Part 1', 'Abducted: Part 2', 'Lost Souls', 'Mob Mentality', 'Eye for an Eye', 'Fallen Angel', 'Skin and Bones', 'Doubting Tommy', 'Disappearing Act', 'Committed', 'Dark City', 'Breakout' and 'Daddy Issues'.
Darkly comic drama from the creative team behind 'Taxi Driver'. New York paramedic Frank Pierce (Nicolas Cage) is close to cracking up: his graveyard shift is taking its toll, and he is tortured by visions of those he could not save from death. Over three successive nights with three different colleagues - Larry (John Goodman), Marcus (Ving Rhames) and Walls (Tom Sizemore) - Frank searches desperately for salvation, seemingly unable to halt his slide into madness and despair.
All five films in the American teen dance franchise. 'Step Up' (2006) stars Channing Tatum as Tyler Gage, a rough street kid with raw talent. When Tyler finds himself doing community service at a school for the performing arts, he meets Nora (Jenna Dewan), a beautiful and privileged classically-trained dancer who's searching for a temporary replacement for her injured dance partner. Spying Tyler's smooth moves, Nora decides to take a chance on him... In 'Step Up 2 - The Streets' (2008), Andie (Briana Evigan) is a member of an elite inner-city dance crew called the 410. When the 410 pretend to be muggers on a subway car and then stage an impromptu dance show for the somewhat bewildered passengers, Andie's guardian (Sonja Sohn) ships her off to the Maryland School of the Arts. Andie's urban street style, of course, goes against the grain of the strait-laced school... In 'Step Up 3' (2010), a group of young underground street dancers in New York - including Luke (Rick Malambri) and Natalie (Sharni Vinson) - team up with NYU students Moose (Adam G. Sevani) and Camille (Alyson Stoner) to take on the world's best hip hop dancers in the ultimate street dancing contest, an experience that will alter the course of all their lives. Finally, in 'Step Up 4 - Miami Heat' (2012), Kathryn McCormick stars as Emily, a girl from a wealthy family who arrives in Miami hoping to become a professional dancer, and soon falls for poor boy Sean (Ryan Guzman), leader of flash mob street dance crew MOB. When Emily's father, a major property developer, threatens to build on the historic neighbourhood that is the MOB's home, Emily asks Sean and his crew to use their performance mobs to protest against the planned development... Finally, 'Step Up 5 - All In' (2014) follows multiple crews from the previous four films as they battle it out in Las Vegas for the chance of securing their own show in the entertainment capital of the world.
The complete fifth and final season of the acclaimed crime drama series which follows drug and murder investigations in Baltimore. Told from the point of view of both the police and their targets, the series captures a universe of subterfuge and surveillance, where easy distinctions between good and evil, and crime and punishment, are challenged at every turn. Episodes comprise: 'More With Less', 'Unconfirmed Reports', 'Not for Attribution', 'Transitions', 'React Quotes', 'The Dickensian Aspect', 'Took', 'Clarifications', 'Late Editions' and '-30-'.
This unvanished, highly realistic drama series follows a single sprawling drug and murder investigation in Baltimore - one that culminates in a complex series of dangerous wiretaps and surveillance. Told from the points of view of both the police and their targets, the series captures a universe where easy distinctions between good and evil, and crime and punishment, are challenged at every turn.
The fourth series of what many consider to be the finest drama on television. Things have changed since the end of the last series: Jimmy McNulty (Dominic West) is now a contented street cop and family man, while in a politically motivated shake-up, Major Crimes detectives Freamon (Clarke Peters) and Greggs (Sonja Sohn) have been shifted to Homicide. Having left the force after accidentally killing another cop in Series Three, Roland Pryzbylewski (Jim True-Frost) is the new eighth grade teacher at the beleaguered Edward Tilghman Middle School. With the fall of Avon Barksdale and his crew, and the ascent of young Marlo Stanfield (Jamie Hector) as West Baltimore's drug king, the detail continues to 'follow the money' up the political ladder in the midst of a mayoral election that pits the black incumbent, Clarence Royce (Glynn Turman), against the ambitious white councilman, Tommy Carcetti (Aidan Gillen). The theme of urban education is explored through four new characters - Michael Lee (Tristan Wilds), Namond Brice (Julito McCullum), Randy Wagstaff (Maestro Harrell) and 'Dukie' Weems (Jermaine Crawford) - as they traverse adolescence in the stunted, drug-saturated streets. Episodes comprise: 'Boys of Summer', 'Soft Eyes', 'Home Rooms', 'Refugees', 'Alliances', 'Margin of Error', 'Unto Others', 'Corner Boys', 'Know Your Place', 'Misgivings', 'A New Day', 'That's Got His Own' and 'Final Grades'.
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