A motley crew of aspiring performers come under the guidance of an eccentric and volatile acting coach.
The Longest Ride: After an automobile crash, the lives of a young couple intertwine with a much older man, as he reflects back on a past love.
Diablo: A young civil war veteran is forced on a desperate journey to save his kidnapped wife.
Mercury Plains: A troubled man runs away to Mexico and is recruited to join a paramilitary group of teens fighting the drug cartels. He proves himself to the group, but questions their motive.
Pride: The determined Jim Ellis starts a swim team for troubled teens at the Philadelphia Department of Recreation.
Player 5150: A day trader (Embry) and his fiancÚe (Robertson) get caught up in high stakes gambling.
Gran Torino: Disgruntled Korean War vet Walt Kowalski sets out to reform his neighbor, a young Hmong teenager, who tried to steal Kowalski's prized possession: his 1972 Gran Torino.
An American Crime: Based on a true story that shocked the nation in 1965, the film recounts one of the most shocking crimes ever committed against a single victim. Sylvia and Jennie Fae Likens, the two daughters of traveling carnival workers are left for an extended stay at the Indianapolis (3850 E. New York St. is hardly suburban, nor was it in 1965, by any stretch of the imagination.) home of single mother Gertrude Baniszewski and her seven children. Times are tough, and Gertrude's financial needs cause her to make this arrangement before realizing how the burden will push her unstable nature to a breaking point. What transpires in the next three months is both riveting and horrific, leaving one child dead and the rest scarred for life.