Maria Bello

McFarland, USA

Inspired by the 1987 true story, McFarland, USA follows coach Jim White whose job-hopping leads him to a predominantly Latino high school where he struggles to find common ground until he notices his students' exceptional running ability and forms a fledgling team of unlikely runners who bond to ... Read more
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Prisoners

A small-town man butts heads with a detective after his daughter is kidnapped along with his best freind in this Alcon Entertainment production from director Denis Villeneuve. Hugh Jackman and Melissa Leo star. ... Read more
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Carjacked (BLU-RAY)

Lorraine (played by Maria Bello) is not a decisive woman, her ex-husband is abusive, and she has to go to meetings just to get through the day. While out one night with her son Chad (played by Connor Hill), Lorraine stops for some food and gas... Read more
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Carjacked

Lorraine (played by Maria Bello) is not a decisive woman, her ex-husband is abusive, and she has to go to meetings just to get through the day. While out one night with her son Chad (played by Connor Hill), Lorraine stops for some food and gas... Read more
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Beautiful Boy (BLU-RAY)

I had high hopes for Shawn Ku’s Beautiful Boy. The story of a married couple whose son commit’s a heinous act as he opens fire on his fellow students, killing several and wounding others, and then turning the gun on himself.... Read more
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Beautiful Boy

I had high hopes for Shawn Ku’s Beautiful Boy. The story of a married couple whose son commit’s a heinous act as he opens fire on his fellow students, killing several and wounding others, and then turning the gun on himself.... Read more
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Abduction

Twilight series star Taylor Lautner stars in director John Singleton's thriller about a teen who finds himself in mortal danger after realizing that his entire childhood has been built on lies.... Read more
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The Company Men (BLU-RAY)

It’s always interesting to see how films interpret times of upheaval while those periods are actually still in progress: war movies shot while the war itself is still going on, political movies completed while someone is still in office…and in the case of The Company Men, a refle... Read more
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