Karen Kingsbury’s The Bridge is the sweeping tale of Molly Callens (Findlay) and Ryan Kelly (Nash), two young students who share a profound friendship their first semester in college, a time that becomes the defining moment of their lives.
The nerds are now in control of the university, as a result of Lewis Skolnick and the rest’s actions in the two previous movies. A new generation of sportsmen arrive, however, determined on winning the school back. The principle, himself an ex-nerd fighter, helps them, and the nerds return to suppression. Harold Skolnick needs help from his uncle Lewis, the hero of the first two movies. Lewis, however, are not too proud of his nerd past, and won’t reveal any of it, much less help his nephew. However, his wife makes him change his mind, and with help from his friends from the first two movies, they start the fight to win the school back, using classic nerd tricks.
At Adams College, the jocks rule the school from their house on high, the Alpha Beta fraternity. So when a group of socially-challenged misfits try to go Greek, they’re instantly rejected by every house on campus. Deciding to start their own fraternity to protect their outcast brothers, the campus nerds soon find themselves in a battle royale as the Alpha Betas try to crush their new rivals.
At the behest of Roger Dorn — the Minnesota Twins’ silver-tongued new owner — washed-up minor league hurler Gus Cantrell steps up to the plate to take over as skipper of the club’s hapless farm team. But little does he know that Dorn has an ulterior motive to generate publicity with a grudge match between the big leaguers and their ragtag Triple A affiliate.
Scooby-Doo and the gang are on the case when a mysterious lake monster starts scaring the guests at a summer resort in Erie Point, where Fred, Daphne, Velma and Shaggy have taken on seasonal jobs to pay for a barn they accidentally burned down. But in addition to sneaking suspicions, there’s some romance in the air.
Columnist Peyton MacGruder (Genie Francis) befriends a reader who sent her a note that inspires Peyton to reconsider the choices she’s made and her reluctance to accept her boyfriend’s marriage proposal. Sequel to the popular Hallmark Channel original The Note. Ted McGinley also stars.
A California congressman’s wife and daughter are abducted and held hostage in a historic hotel and Logan McQueen (Reynolds) is rushed to the scene to assist his former partner, Charlie Duffy (Durning), who has been taken captive trying to broker the ransom deal. McQueen must risk his life to face the cunning killer (Carradine) and save the hostages and his long-time friend.
An “Airplane!”-style spoof of hospital soap operas: a brilliant young trainee can’t stand the sight of blood; a doctor romances the head nurse in order to get the key to the drugs cabinet; there’s a mafioso on the loose disguised as a woman – in other words all the usual ingredients present and correct, though in this case the laughs are intentional.
Paul Tyson is a loving husband, devoted father and well-respected businessman on the brink of the biggest business deal of his career. And then Julia walks in. Breathtakingly beautiful, Julia is sent to manage the high-stakes buy-out of Paul’s company but the relationship goes a bit farther than intended. As the pressures of a crumbling company creep in and intense new feelings abound, wedding vows get put on the back burner and the question arises… Just what is adultery?
Roger seems to have had enough of the mercenary lifestyle and is now living a life of wine, women, and leisure. However, he and his die-hard team of soldiers-for-hire once again find themselves stalking through the forests of Eastern Europe to hunt what they have been told is a team taking out “important national interests”. They soon find they have met their match as one by one they are wounded or killed; becoming the hunted instead of the hunters. Roger finally corners the “team” hunting them only to find it is just one woman, a very beautiful sniper named Sdanka who is out for vengeance. He soon finds she is more than his equal in the arts of war. Banded together, they now fight against an army of rogue soldiers and renegade agents with no back up. They both soon find that sometimes your enemies are not, and your friends are your enemies. Written by LaFleur, Christopher J
It’s Christmas at the Treeline Ski Resort, where Holly is the event coordinator at her family lodge. She plans every event and keeps all the guests happy. But when her college sweetheart, now widowed with two children, checks in, Holly discovers she has her own reservations about life and love.
Alyssa moves into a luxury apartment complex but is unaware she is being watched by her disturbed landlord, Robert, via hidden cameras. Robert will do anything to fill the void left by his estranged daughter–even if that means replacing her.