Successful businesswoman Chris Winslow gives up her career to raises her deceased sister's son. Eight years later the boy's father who was unaware of his son's existence arrives. They decide to enter into a marriage of convenience in order to not upset the child, though they soon find, that they may just be in love after all.
Emma Gardner, a young New York journalist, returns to the idyllic Central California farming community where she was raised only to find it has been ravaged by drought and has become a place ruled by gangs, violent threats and greed. Emma is forced to investigate the suspicious circumstances of her father's death even though it puts her in great danger.
When a Midwest dancer and a street-wise British musician meet in New York, they immediately clash but there's an undeniable attraction as well. The two must navigate their differences for a competition that will change their lives forever.
Prudence McCoy (Seymour) is a warm and well-liked celebrity who dispenses a stream of down-to-earth advice on her popular television show. After filming wraps on her latest series her boss insists that she takes a holiday and Pru is bundled off to Wyoming for some well-earned rest. But she has barely unpacked before the son of an American Indian woman she has befriended is found dead.
Jake makes a movie to figure out how he's screwed up every relationship he's had. But, things spiral out of control and he has a mystical experience, a nervous breakdown, or both, as past selves and loves literally and hysterically catch up with him.
The story of great families jockeying for position and using their daughters as pawns in a deadly game. Set during one of the most notorious periods in British regal history, it is filled with passion and royal intrigue, with the relationship between two rivals, the Boleyn sisters, at its heart.
Sir Percy Blakeney (Leslie Howard) is an English aristocrat leading a double life, by day he's an effete aristocrat and by night he's the Scarlet Pimpernel, rescuing French nobles from the clutches of the French revolution under Robespierre's Reign of Terror.
In the eighth Bond installment. Bond's investigation of the murders of three fellow agents in New York soon puts him on the trail of Mr. Big, a Harlem crime boss plotting a globally threatening scheme involving tons of self-produced heroin.