Ellie was the prettiest little white girl in Mr. Kennedy's 5th grade class. As far as she knew, she was of Irish and English descent. Plus, her daddy was kind of racist. Her blood had to be purer than pure.
There's no way that her genealogy assignment for school was going to be a problem. No reason to not start digging into her family's past. Right?
Is there real danger in knowing our authentic self, our true identity?
Half of Me Is Missing
Hang on to your hats as you ride a tale of plot twists and turns in this psychological thriller, HALF OF ME IS MISSING, based on the novel by Sari Lantana. The beauteous Jasmine is completely overwhelmed by the enigma of resolving her deep seated feelings that half of her is missing. The perplexing and intriguing story of Jasmine is told as seen through the eyes of her psychiatrist who delves into the reasons and causes for her aberrational thoughts and feelings. Although he desperately wants to help his pleading patient, he begins to realize the overwhelming extent of her multiple psychiatric disorders. Slowly, he concludes that he is being drawn into her darkness as he is deluded that she can be helped.
Soon cunning Jasmine is immersed in a profession where she can act upon her frustrations in a most unseemly way. Portraying a semblance of innocence, she soon leaves a trail of bodies littering her path. Leaving no traces of her murderous machinations, she continues doing what she must as she searches without pause for her true identity. As her psychiatrist travels the hazardous and tortuous journey with Jasmine to find the truth, he begins to wonder whether he should pursue this challenge. Even though he realizes that she harbors the unfeeling and narcissistic traits of a psychopath, he ignores the cold chill of fear and trepidation coursing through his body.
The suspense mounts to a conclusion that is not only shocking but unexpected. Use your imagination to follow the sinister zigzags down Jasmine’s hazardous path of scattered carcasses as she finally determines why “half of me is missing!”
My best friend is a ghost
Marc and Jeb are the best of friends, but they are also total losers that are incapable of completing simple tasks day to day. Neither of them can hold a job and they are both still living with their parents while being over the ages of 30. Marc wakes up every day with a list of things to do that are meaningless and he always seeks the help of Jeb to help him complete the list, all while taking verbal abuse in the process.
On the morning of Marc’s birthday, he has a very special list of things do because of his birthday. He calls up Jeb to help him complete his list, which is supposed to end with an enormous birthday celebration. As Marc lies on his bed mapping out his list of things to do, his dad walks by and proclaims “You look like a beached whale!” Marc is then hurt and saddened by the remark of his dad and storms out of the house. A short while later Jeb shows up at the house looking for Marc but Marc’s mother doesn’t know where he is. It is then that Marc’s dad says he “ran out of the house whining like a little bitch” and Jeb, in a panic, takes off to find his friend Marc. A short time later, Marc is found standing on the edge of the town bridge ready to jump to his demise. Many townspeople show up and with the help of friends, his parents and of course Jeb, they convince Marc to come back down where it is safe and they can all celebrate his birthday. He agrees, but as he is coming down from the top of the bridge, he slips and falls to his death. Moments later a shocked and saddened Jeb hears the voice of Marc in his head and he realizes that his best friend is now a ghost and that he is the only one who can hear or see Marc.
Marc explains to Jeb that as he was falling to his death his life flashed before his eyes and immediately upon death the voice of an angel told him that if he completes his list he can come back to life. The two set out to complete the list Marc had for the day and the adventure begins. But things take a change for the worse when Marc’s parents decide to have his funeral that night instead of his birthday bash. Jeb tries to stall them, but it is no use. They have to finish the list so Marc can come back to life. They do complete the list, just in time as Jeb is giving the eulogy to his best friend, marc rises up from his coffin much to the surprise of everyone at the funeral. Instead of it being a funeral, they have a birthday party instead!
#humor #funny #comedy
My Worst Fear
My Worst Fear is about a young 15 year old realizing that her worst fear has happened...It all started when she moved to a new city in Montana she has never been in a area like this she lived by the ocean and now she is living in this quite country side house.
"There is something wrong about this house though",says 15 year old Callie. "I hear noises at night that I don't hear in the day." In the morning I go out for a walk and I find weird things like grave stones. As soon as me and my mom moved in I found a old swing with someones name carved in it."
Now a week later I finally know what happen in this horrible house. I want to leave now. Me and my mom need to leave before someone else gets hurt or gets KILLED...
Typically, the sunken eyes of my wife acknowledged the existence of everything in the room, but me. But today was different. Today, I watched her with a sense of curiosity that quickly transformed into concern as she slowly peered up from her coffee mug and uttered the three words that fueled all my demons.
"Who are you?"
It was at that precise moment that I came to terms with the magnitude of the decision I made seven years ago, when I fell in love with the first ever clinical patient to suffer from irremediable, acute, early onset Alzheimer's. But as I smiled warmly, took her hand, and introduced myself, I also realized something else:
I didn't regret a single thing.
A Hitch in Time
A Hitch in Time sees Will Smith return in the role of Alex Hitchens, more commonly known as “Hitch the Date Doctor” and last seen on our cinema screens in 2005. But this time, there’s a twist. Not content with bringing together couples in the 21st century, Hitch teams up with old pal Stephen Hawking (with Eddie Redmayne reprising his Oscar-winning role) to harness the potential of newly-discovered gravitational waves and travels back in time to 1940 in order to help his idol Albert Einstein (arise, Sir Ian McKellen) find love, having been widowed soon after emigrating to the US.
Needless to say, Einstein is thrilled when his theory is proved to be correct before his very eyes and he feels instantly drawn to the dark, handsome stranger who materialises in his study. The two hit it off and it’s not long before Einstein confides in his new friend that he has in fact fallen in love, only it’s the type of love that “dare not speak its name.”
Of course, no one knows better than Hitch that the course of true love never did run smooth and he accompanies Einstein on his journey to self-acceptance, which throws up some surprises along the way – not least the discovery that gravitational waves can also be used to make fossil fuels instantly renewable AND non-pollutant in the fight against climate change. Can Stephen Hawking help Hitch bring this scientific innovation back to the present day without ripping apart the fabric of time itself? And is romance written in the stars for Hitch and Einstein, or will Hitch have to let Einstein down gently whilst still leaving him with a beacon of hope that society will one day be welcoming of homosexuals?
A Hitch in Time. A sci-fi, rom-com historical drama which audiences can’t resist.
And the Academy daren’t.
Ethan Jackdaw has never had it easy. The unwanted son of an absentee father and a drug addicted mother, he learned quickly that God and moral-fiber had little to do with success and love. Now, at twenty-eight years old, he's running for his life across the southwest, looking for any place to call home.
Casey Molina is your typical upper-middle class northeastern debutante. Pretty, well-educated and successful, she has everything -- but she cannot quell the emptiness that is blooming within. The pretty blonde girl dreams of a different life, one filled with love, but all she finds is rejection and pain. She makes a plan. It's time to end it all.
Gordon Cusworth is a big city, New York shark and loves every minute of it. Working at one of the top brokerage firms in The Big Apple, he enjoys a life of fast cars, big money and beautiful women. He has it all, and he'll do anything to keep it that way.
Veil is a fast-paced, psychological sci-fi thriller that will hold you on the edge of your seat and leave you questioning the truth of your own reality. The story follows the tale of three characters, as they attempt to navigate the perilous courses of their own lives and bring an end to their stories, each character dealing differently with the troubles that living brings.
But unbeknownst to them, far away on a distant planet called Omia Prime, their cosmic doubles exist in a world that is thousands of years ahead of their own.
In this world, large medical companies have discovered the existence of the earthly "primitive doubles". In their research, the medical companies of Omia Prime have discovered that the life of the Earth-bound primitive twins has a drastic effect on their advanced counterparts, so they devise ways to "lengthen" the lives on their planet by affecting the lives of the primitive cosmic twins. The more money you spend on your double, the more of an effect you can have, doing everything from preventing a suicide, to making them wildly successful and prosperous.
But life is a two-way street.
Ethan's life begins to unravel wildly as he runs for his life across the United States. So too does the life of his double, a broken and isolated man who longs for the quiet peace of death.
As Casey sits on her bed, a glass of wine and a bottle of sleeping pills held between her hands, she is interrupted by the phone call of a long-lost love. It's a sign from God, she thinks. A sign to keep on living. Her galactic doppelganger sighs in relief.
Gordon grows richer and richer by the day, but his tastes are quickly resorting to the cruel and macabre. Millions of lightyears away, his double smiles in a room full of wealthy men as he watches tsunamis wash over derelict islands and third-world cities.
Can it all be stopped?
Will they find what's waiting beyond the veil?
A Mother and Daughter Apart
It was the early 1990’s and she remembers the day her dad left the house for good. She was on her own with her, the mother who could barely care for herself. She stayed with her until the mid-1990’s. Days when electricity was shut off, moving constantly - ending up in a trailer-park, and nights of leaving her daughter alone with addicts had caught up to her mother. The bartender salary wasn’t cutting it anymore, her mother’s habits and addictions didn’t see a finish-line or even a rest-stop, and it was all too much. Now, she was eight. Her father was living in Kentucky was about to provide solace. Her mother sent her for a visit and on the day before she was to return home called her ex-husband and asked him to keep her. So, on her mother’s birthday, her dad picked her up in in his new Kentucky truck. On the way out of town after grabbing a bite to eat, she saw her mother drive by in a car full of her friends.
Moving to a small southern town was hard. One day, they laughed so hard at the tie-dye t-shirt she wore to school. Normal attire for St. Augustine, Florida wasn’t going to fly in Franklin, Kentucky.
For the next ten years, her mother would be absent. They talked on the phone but it was often a fight. Her mother missed every soccer game she ever played, every prom she attended, every boy she liked, her ACL replacement surgery, and even her losing her virginity. She got her period even before her mother knew to explain to her what it was. Her mother came for her High School graduation. That was 2005 and the last time she saw her mother. She asked her mother why she wasn’t happy that she had a wonderful life. Her response: “Because I didn’t get anything out of it”.
She invited her mother to her wedding in 2010 but she declined. Her mother requested photos be sent but requested none of them contained her father. She said she couldn’t take it.
Now, she hears from her mother once or twice a year. Sometimes for money, sometimes for a place to live because she is in a shelter, and once to tell her that he boyfriend had just murdered his family in their sleep and she was alone again.
Her life is amazing now. She owns a fantastic technology company at 29 years old, has a wonderful marriage to someone she has been with for 10 years, and just moved to Nashville, TN. She felt she should share that news with her mother.
Her mother congratulated her and wished her well (she was happy and hyper so she was high). Before they hung up, her mother whispered, “Maybe I can come see it sometime”. It’s been 11 years. She can afford her a plane ticket for her mother. Maybe a meeting is in the future. Time is definitely running out.
Rat Bastards: The Rise Of a Legend
The Rise Of a Legend
The True Life Story of #B27321
Detailing His Heroic Battles
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the Silver Screen.
...hacker Zen Boutlstig (James Franco) is partying with his friend Hector Stinigust (Seth Rogen) when he accidentally connects to the IGW - or Inter Galactic Web.
Uh dude...what the hell is going on with your computer?
Shit man, I don'o'...never seen anything like this before!
suddenly screen displays extraterrestrial face
The duo makes unexpected contact with the IGW's Chief of Security (Russell Brand), who invites them to teleport via wormhole to his home planet, where they proceed to party like gods. But all hell breaks loose when the Illuminati learns of their discoveries.