2008 Movies

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Unstable Fables: The Goldilocks and the 3 Bears Show (2008)

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When spoiled popstar Goldilocks agrees to a reality show where she lives with a family of three bears, neither party knows what they're getting into!

Peter Manuel: The End of Evil? (2008)

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Over da Rainbow (2008)

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Homophobic rap superstar Terrier (pronounced "teh-ree-AY") is tearing up the charts with the smash hit single "Kill Faggots" off his triple-platinum album hoMOFObic. Despite protests from groups like Homosexuals Organizing a Meaningfully Outed Society (H.O.M.O.S.), homophobia is America's hottest trend. Now Terrier plans to reach an even wider audience by releasing a follow-up single featuring a sample from the deceased king of 80's hair metal - Max Lightning's "Teri Why." But the rights to Max's song belong to his widow, the eccentric homophobe Theresa, who will only sign with Terrier on one condition: if he reunites her with her estranged son - none other than gay rights activist Christopher Dalrymple, the leader of H.O.M.O.S. Rising to the challenge will force Terrier to confront his dark past - and Theresa has secrets of her own...

Dupe (2008)

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Captured by an opposing force during a vital operation, a man undergoes an intense interrogation at the hands of a beautiful enemy operative and her level-headed but violent assistant. His mission having apparently failed, the man appears to sink into a kind of delusional haze, frustrating his captors and forcing them to take further, more brutal steps. But things are not what they seem in this grim little story of pain, deception and death.

Scream Girls (2008)

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"Immigrant" is the coming of age story of Daanyik, a nine year-old Russian boy, whose family immigrates to the United States in the late nineteen-seventies to pursue the American Dream. Daanyik's childhood of pencil drawings and toy soldier battles in Moscow is interrupted overnight as he is hurled into the harsh reality of adulthood in New York City. Upon losing his father Deema, Daanyik and his mother, Meela, are left poor, alone and helpless in a foreign land. Out of desperation for survival, Meela begins a relationship with Tolik, an abusive man that may have had a hand in Deema's death. Daanyik finds himself trapped in a precarious web of torment brought on by his new stepfather, a lecherous Rabbi and a neighborhood bully. Drawing becomes his only source of comfort and catharsis. As his battles grow fiercer, Daanyik, at the tender age of nine, is left to overcome insurmountable odds to save himself and his mother from complete destruction.

Twilight Syndrome: Dead Cruise (2008)

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The Human Trace (2008)

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An undercover cop follows a trail of murders where the victims died without a cause of death.

Beneath the Mississippi (2008)

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A documentary filmmaker and her crew fight the elements and try to cope with their fears as they seek to understand the strange mystery of a flooded island where hundreds have died.

The Way I See Things (2008)

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A year after the death of his long-term partner, Otto goes on a road trip eventually hooking up with a commune full of loopy, equally damaged souls.

The Gatekeeper (2008)

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After an accident involving a touring hockey team and a date gone wrong, a group of youngsters find themselves stranded in the hills with a weird local and a mysterious stranger. When attacked by stupefied zombies they must pull together or no-one will survive the night.

Color of the Cross 2: The Resurrection (2008)

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From director Jean Claude LaMarre (Color of the Cross), comes another epic film about the ministry of Jesus Christ. This daring film portrays the resurrection of Jesus Christ and his ministry after his death. After the crucifixion of Jesus, the disciples go into hiding believing their lives are in danger. They had lost all hope that Jesus would come back to them as He had prophesied. Three days after his death, Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of Jesus, and other women go up to the tomb to put spices on Christ's body. They are shocked to find the tomb completely empty. Jesus' body is gone. The now frightened women go running out of the tomb, when two angels stop them. They declare to the women that Christ has risen! The women, still bewildered, go and spread the news to the disciples. Created with the same enthusiasm and astonishing interpretations as Color of the Cross, The Resurrection brings a new perspective of the resurrection and ascension of Christ.

Tuning In (2008)

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A feature-length documentary exploring, for the very first time and in a very down-to-earth fashion, the phenomenon of channeling. Popularized by the late Edgar Cayce, this ancient and mysterious practice appears to enable humans to "tune in" to higher frequencies of consciousness and deliver messages from intelligent sources existing outside space and time. The film focuses on 6 subjects across the United States.

Meat the Truth (2008)

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Meat the Truth is a high-profile documentary which forms an addendum to earlier films on climate change. Although such films have succeeded in drawing public attention to the issue of global warming, they have repeatedly ignored one of the most important causes of climate change: the intensive livestock production. Meat the Truth draws attention to this by demonstrating that livestock farming generates more greenhouse gas emissions worldwide than all cars, lorries, trains, boats and planes added together.

Dimmu Borgir: The Invaluable Darkness (2008)

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Celtic Thunder: The Show (2008)

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The Investigation (2002)

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This TV drama tells the true story of a bungled and obstructed police manhunt for a serial killer who could and should have been imprisoned after his first crime. Two young RCMP officers, each seperately investigating a rape and murder, cuptured the culprit, but because of legal red tape, jurisdictional chaos and incompetence, the suspect was allowed to continue his rampage until he was finally arrested and imprisoned - several murders later.

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