In 19th-century Baltimore, Detective Emmett Fields (Luke Evans) makes a horrifying discovery: The murders of a mother and daughter resemble a fictional crime described in a story by Edgar Allan Poe (John Cusack).When another murder occurs, also seemingly inspired by Poe's writings, Fields realizes a serial killer is on the loose and enlists Poe's help in catching the felon. The stakes become personal for the struggling author when someone close to him may become the killer's next victim.
This mix of live action and animation, set in modern-day Los Angeles, brings to life the story of Sam (Mark Keller), a man who wakes up next to a dead cop underneath the Hollywood sign and has to figure out how he got there. The clues as to who Sam really is and how he woke up next to a dead man add up fast, but what Sam discovers is not pleasant. He figures out that the cops and sadistic thugs want him dead. Along the way, though, he meets up with plenty of sexy femmes fatales.
Love happens. Love takes place. Strange love. True love. Crazy love. Desperate Love. Everywhere. Every moment.
Check out hot girls, bikes, and cars, from South Carolina's Bike Fest Event plus exclusive footage of sexy girls at Club Parrot in Brooklyn, New York. 2 big girls take over the dance floor with an amazing double split!
Engineer Luka (Slavko Stimac) is building a scenic rail line linking a small Bosnian town to Serbia. He loves his high-strung wife, Jadranka (Vesna Trivalic), and is proud of his son, Milos (Vuk Kostic), an aspiring soccer star. But chaos strikes when his wife runs off with a cymbal player, the Balkan conflict breaks out and Milos becomes a soldier and then a POW. A plan by officials to free Milos by trading him for a captive Muslim woman is complicated when Luka and the captive fall in love.
A grandson gives his grandfather a vow to go to the city to sell a cow and bring back a wife.
Three different love stories, set in three consecutive decades, in two neighbouring Balkan villages burdened with a long history of inter-ethnic hatred: this is a film about the dangers - and the enduring strength - of forbidden love.
No One\'s Child is a 2014 Serbian-Croatian drama film directed by Vuk Ršumović. It was one of six films shortlisted by Serbia to be their submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film ...
A story set in the former Yugoslavia and centered on a guy who returns to Herzegovina from Germany with plenty of cash and hopes for a good new life.