Joined: 4 weeks ago
Favorite Genres: Drama, Science Fiction
Logline: The future of two worlds hang in the unbalanced hands of an ex-cop, as he searches for answers and a murderer through both space and time.
We follow James (a retired forensic surgeon) who reluctantly joins forces with Carter (a dedicated NYC detective) and Britt (an empathetic robot) as they chase hunt a killer through different timelines and multiple universes. What James and his team don't know is that the killer has a reason behind his murders. If he doesn't kill the members of Envirofix (a conservation movement, led by James' wife) both and James' world from being destroyed by a team of environmentalist who's good intentions go horribly wrong. The story gets deeper as we find out that he's connected to the killer in more ways than one -- not only having had his wife taken from him by the killer, but in actuality being the killer's human counterpart (an alternate universe copy).
Logline: The depths of hell won't be enough to stop Doug from spending one last day in heaven with his daughter.
Doug finds himself in purgatory after an apparent suicide, driven by the unbearable grief of losing his daughter in a car accident the previous week. Squishy, his daughter's favorite stuffed toy helps guide him on a journey to heaven so that he can spend one last day with his beloved daughter.
Logline: In a matter of moments, Alex goes from a respected archeologist to an international criminal with the fate of millions in his hands.
Alex, a young archeologist, kisses his expecting wife goodbye and heads to Cairo for an excavation project. His trip quickly takes a wrong turn when his flight-mate turns out to be a secret agent being chased by some ominous men dressed in black. After being made privy to the situation at hand he's given a secret note and told to keep it safe before a gunfight ensues and rips a hole in the plane and causes it to go down in the middle of the Sahara Desert. Alex barely walks away from the crash with his life, but he realizes that there's a lot more going on than he thinks when he witnesses some Algerian militants killing the remaining survivors. After fleeing and walking for days through the Sahara he is found unconscious and brought back to rest by some tourist who happen to be sightseeing through the desert. Their locations is soon ambushed by those same militants. Alex escapes and finds himself on the run, but helped by mysterious US government operatives who get him from Algeria to Tunis and eventually to Germany to meet with someone called Argus. Along the way, he learns that the note he's been given is actually a code for a nuclear defense weapon and that he's now being hunted down by several different syndicates and agencies. Once meeting Waldo he's informed that he's been lied to about the nature of the codes and that they aren't defense weapons but in fact launch codes and that the fate of millions of lives is in the balance. Things wrap with a twist ending full of deceit that leaves Alex shot and now the cause of possibly a nuclear war.
Logline: Countless lives are lived to bring about one true love.
After smoking some bad weed bought at a rock concert from a midget, Olivia and Kirk are transported through history with seeming immorality that brings them in contact with some of history's most famous and infamous people. Things start off at their 72nd life, where you find out that Kirk hasn't been as indulgent with his past lives as Olivia has -- he gets tortured, banished to servitude and murdered as she gets to be courted by some of her captors but also banished to servitude, but usually as a sex slave. After 149 years of living and finally coming across a life that has Kirk as the one enjoying his time, Olivia finally reveals her tarnished love life that brought her to her man-eating ways. In that, she realizes that the only man that has never left her side or judged her for her attitude towards them has been Kirk, who she's grown to love. In a turn of events the realization that the midget who sold them the weed was actually Cupid. And in her realization of loving Kirk, Olivia breaks the endless cycle after living 77 lives.