SYNOPSIS: Vikar (James Franco), an architecture student inspired by the few films he has seen, rides the bus into Hollywood. Vikar is almost autistic (later, his friend “Viking Man” (Seth Rogan) dubs him a “cineautistic”) in his interactions with the world, and is deeply affected by his childhood with his religiously oppressive father. With a tattoo of Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor as they appear in A Place in the Sun (a film that plays an important role in the plot) on his shaved head, Vikar makes an impression on the beautiful actress Soledad (Megan Fox). Soon breaking into film as a designer and eventually a film editor, Vikar begins a dreamlike journey into the world of films that eventually ends in tragedy and almost horrific discovery.
by Lauren Craig
Synopsis: Once upon a time, a Fairy Godmother lost her powers because she has lost faith in humanity, so the board of magic sends a young wizard to help her regain her powers. They will work together helping people from the real world solve their problems by using the magic of the hearts. Fairy Godmother (Hada Madrina) is a Spanish language TV series which helps audiences change their lives using modern coaching and motivation techniques starring Oscar-nominee Terrence Howard, Daniel Delevin, Arath De La Torre, and Jeannette Rodriguez.
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Directed by Biel Fuster
Life for a struggling college student changes in an instant when he meets the owner of a male strip club who convinces him to give amateur night a whirl.
Starring Michael Jai White, Tyson Beckford, Vivica A Fox, Directed by Jean-Claude La Marre
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MY NAME IS LENNY is based on the real life story of one of Britain’s most notorious bare-knuckle fighters, Lenny McLean. The film chronicles Lenny McLean’s origin as a young street fighter in 1970s East End London, the haunting effects of horrific childhood abuse, and his bitter rivalry with Roy Shaw across three unlicensed boxing matches, culminating in Lenny taking the championship title of “The Guv’nor”.
In his later life, Lenny McLean went on to become a bestselling author, and won TV and film roles, the most well known being “Barry the Baptist” in Guy Ritchie’s debut Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, shortly before passing away in 1998.
Jamie McLean said today:
“It has been thirty years since someone planted the seed in my dad’s head to make a movie about his life. He never saw that become a reality, and many have tried and failed over the years, but it is with great pride and joy that we are now able to honour my father’s memory and finally tell his incredible story on the big screen, and there’s no better man to take the role of my dad than Josh Helman.”