Coming from a police family, Tom Hardy ends up fighting his uncle after the murder of his father. Tom believes the killer is another cop, and goes on the record with his allegations. Demoted to water-way duty Tom, along with new partner Jo Christman, navigate the three rivers looking for clues and discovering bodies. This time the victims are women Tom knows, he must find the killer to prove his innocence.
When a beautiful paparazzo for a tabloid magazine finds herself pursued by a ruthless stalker, she is determined to emerge from this deadly game alive, and independently wealthy.
In this soft-core, erotic mystery, an incredibly handsome photographer and his beautiful supermodel are on the roof of the photographer's building having sex, where an intruder murders them. The police assign Detective, Jessica Brody, to the case, but when she becomes sexually involved with the prime suspect, the photographer's identical twin brother, she risks becoming another victim in a series of murders.
The film itself is an interesting look behind the scenes of GSP’s rise to the top and David Loiseau’s struggle to remain amongst the world’s best fighters. Both are inspiring stories and that’s what it’s all about. I liked the film a lot. Both fighters pour their hearts out and we get a fantastic look at their strengths but also their vulnerabilities and fears.
When millionaire businessman Ted Billings (Glenn Morshower) double-crosses his partners in a weapons deal, he decides to hire some protection. Billings enlists Eugene "Vash" Vasher (Lou Diamond Phillips) a mercenary-for-hire and soon, Vash is fighting off assaults on his boss from all sides, but on top of that, he doesn't even like Billings who has a hidden agenda. Among the shoot-outs and chases, Vash forms a bond with Emily (Yancy Butler) Billings' chief-of-security and Vash's former flame who's not all that she appears to be.
Two US secret agents investigate the involvement of agents of the former Russian KGB in the distribution of gang weapons that compete for space on the streets of major US cities.
Striking Taiji Sanshou belongs to Ziran Men (Nature School Martial Art). It possesses some elements of Taiji, while differs a lot from Taiji, for its movements are composed by taking apart those of Taiji and restructuring them. Striking Taiji Sanshou aims at providing the practitioners with the most effective methods to gain victory in fight, thus, it contains both elements of Internal Arts and External Arts, and tools like Taiji Pole, Taiji Ball and so on, will be utilized as supplementary.
Two brothers, Ben and Andrew, live by the sea and no longer feel connected. Andrew is unemployed, but one day a metal detector arrives in the mail and instead of following his brother's orders to find a job Andrew decides to search the beach for treasure to remedy his money problems, much to Ben's annoyance. However, despite his better judgment Ben comes around to his brother's way of thinking and together they discover more than they could have imagined.
Puddle of Mudd rocks San Diego's Key Club, where they performed live in November 2004. The show includes many of the band's greatest hits and puts you smack-dab in the middle of all the aural tumult.
"Result of a shot from the ten-inch disappearing gun."
One day, Sayuri's family tells her it is time for her to strike.
Valentin Zapanta (Eddie Garcia) was know as "Ninong" ("Godfather") by the whole of Tondo. Because of his large territory, many tried to usurp his hold on Tondo. And when the time came, it was the least of his expectations that his closest "friend," whom he treated as his own son, would be the one to betray him.
Two men, one a businessman skilled in Kung Fu, the other a kickboxer discover they are brothers, and together, both in and out of the ring, they must face a crime syndicate. One of the first films to use the martial art of Muay Thai.