In L.A. an elderly Holocaust survivor befriends a homeless Goth teenager from Ohio despite the swastika on the back of her jacket.
Two black men hire & train a white to be their front so they can buy real estate & eventually a bank from racist businessmen in the 1960s.
A wife, tired of living in her husband’s shadow, decides to move with their son to L.A. where she will star in a TV show and seek a divorce. Their plan to dvorce amicably are upset by the lawyers.
Jack Malik is the only one who remembers the Beatles, so by singing their songs he becomes famous, though in danger of losing his soul due to his deception.
In a riot-torn L.A. in the near future the Nurse presides over a fortress/hospital where high-paying criminals only are admitted for medical attention & guns are not allowed–but for how long?
A father & son deal with their grief over the loss of their wife/mother, the son fleeing NYC to LA for a while, & the father seeking to sell their house against the son’s wishes.
In this bleak dramedy 3 sisters who have left NJ when a husband is imprisoned for pedophilia, but 10 years later they are faring no better especially the two youngest son when the father is paroled.
In this ironically titled musical an aspiring actress & a would-be jazz pianist meet in Hollywood, fall in love, but find that success brings unexpected results–for themselves & for the audience.
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When a celebrated chef clashes with a food critic thru social media, his firing turns out for the good when he opens a food truck with his young son and a good friend as helpers.