'The Gods' is a modern day 'Romeo and Juliet.' Mikey James, as a young street hustler raised on the streets with his two brothers, begins to work for the Fasano family. He and his brothers desperately seek to find a way out of the hustling life style and the Fasano family business. However, in the meantime, Mikey James has fallen in love with Mr. Fasano's beautiful daughter, Sofia Fasano. As he struggles to make his own way, he begins his move to capture her heart. Despite the sworn contempt between the brothers and the Fasano family, Mikey and Sofia wed in secret. Once the wedding is exposed, the chain of fateful events that follow will forever change the lives of both families.
A couple returns to the tropical paradise where they fell in love in a bid to rekindle their romance. A declined marriage proposal, however, turns the island into a prison of heartbreak for them both, and gives them one last chance to prove that a broken heart is also an opened heart.
Jonathan Bennett, Jamie-Lynn Sigler star: A married man runs into his high school sweetheart. Their chance meeting rekindles old feelings and now he’s convinced they should be together. One problem: when he got married, he signed a pre-nup where a divorce means half of the wedding guests must agree.
|A comedy about Janne, a man from Lapland in Northern Finland, a man who has made a career out of living on welfare. Inari, his girlfriend, is tired of Janne's incapability of getting a grip on life. Janne wasn't even able to buy a digital TV box that Inari had given money for. Inari gives an ultimatum: a digital box needs to arrive by dawn or she leaves. Janne sets out into the night with his two friends to find a box. On their way to the city of Rovaniemi, Janne and his friends face many challenges, obstacles and temptations. They learn that they need to be daring. There's no room to give into bitterness. The most important thing isn't success, but rather the journey in itself.|