Jeannie Donovan, a party-girl searching for that something missing in her life, finds it in El Salvador, hooking up with three nuns and a heartful of ache, love, and horror in the midst of a civil war. This is a true story of the four American churchwomen murdered in the Central American countryside, and the indifference of the American government to their sad and desperate story.
Three teenage girls try to help their girlfriend, who is having a nervous breakdown that conventional therapy seems to be failing to remedy.
Funny Farm depicts a night shift by nurse Alan Welbeck (Tim Preece) on a psychiatric ward.
Jim Norton dishes up his distinctive brand of adult comedy and welcomes other performers to this half-hour showcase for laughs
Two petty gangsters get ransomed by a group of Yakuza members, fortunately they are rescued by a kindly Kindergarten teacher.
Lindsay Wagner stars as Kate, a mother who learns that her son's teacher, Pete Suvak (Randy Quaid) -- who's also the mayor of their small town -- has been telling his students that the Holocaust didn't exist and that Jews are mounting a worldwide conspiracy. When Kate takes action to have Suvak removed from the school, she's shocked to find that the entire town is behind him. Karen Arthur directs this drama based on a true story.
After filling her life with addictions, Christina (Susan Dey) is left with a dead-end job, a deadbeat boyfriend and a bad rapport with her mother (Piper Laurie). The last thing she needs is a baby, a sentiment the authorities agree with when the infant is born with a drug dependency. Now, Christina's future is in the hands of a dedicated social worker (Lorraine Toussaint), whose own instincts as a mother have her fighting for the child's rights.
Harry and Emily are two of the livelier residents of a London old people's home. When they decide to get married, things prove less simple.
Lee Hazlewood's album “Cowboy in Sweden” presented as a series of dreams. The movie alternates between absurdist skits and songs, given totally incongruous visual settings.
The story concerns Susie, a transgender bartender, dealing with four patrons who stumble into his place of work. Susie grows wary of the two men and the two women, the latter of which are underage, and tension begins to mount and escalate between all of the characters.
The Wright sisters have made a solemn pact never to let a man stop them from achieving their dreams, but that's easier said than done! Diane's (Nadine Ellis) new interior design business leaves no room for her husband and their dreams a having a baby. A shot at fame for solid gold diva Miki (Kiki Haynes) may have her new boyfriend, Jeremy, walking off stage. And heartbreak won't stop Sky (Kelly Jenerette) from becoming an author, but she just might be writing love out of her life for good. Also starring D.B. Woodside, Carl Payne, Brad James and Ronreaco Lee, this story of three strong women walks the path between following your passion and learning to Love the One You're With.
There is nothing we can do against the call of love. Amiens, 1713. Des Grieux is a noble young student, wise for his years, who's preparing to become a knight of the Order of Malta. With a fine future as a teacher of rhetoric ahead of him, he meets a young commoner, Manon Lescaut, a candle maker's daughter. It's love at first sight.
Italian drama starring Beppe Fiorello, Sebastiano Lo Monaco and Anna Ammirati
Kings of Wrestling (w/ Shane Hagadorn) vs Adam Cole and Kyle O'Reilly Colt Cabana vs Dave Taylor (w/ The Embassy) Tommaso Ciampa (w/ The Embassy) vs Homicide Christopher Daniels vs Michael Elgin (w/ Truth Martini) Daizee Haze and Tomoko Nakagawa (c) vs Ayumi Kurihara and Hiroyo Matsumoto Shimmer Tag Team Championship The Briscoe Brothers (Jay and Mark) vs The All Night Express (Kenny King and Rhett Titus) El Generico vs Roderick Strong (w/ Truth Martini) Wrestling's Greatest Tag Team (Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin) vs The American Wolves (Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards)