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Ovation is airing the first part of this three part British miniseries tonight.
The dark elf Malekith attempts to get his hands on the Mandarin's rings
The 50th anniversary special more than delivered
Doctor: David Tennant
Companion: Donna Noble
Why we love it: There are so ...
How the revival of the classic sci-fi series kept what always worked while adding more oomph
Includes - Cracker: The Mad Woman in the Attic (1993) Cracker: To Say I Love You (1993) Cracker: One Day a Lemming Will Fly (1993) Cracker: To Be a Somebody (1994) Cracker: Men Should Weep (1994) Cracker: The Big Crunch (1994) Cracker: Brotherly Love (1995) Cracker: True Romance (1995) Cracker: Best Boys (1995) Cracker: The Mad Woman in the Attic No synopsis available. Cracker: To Say I Love You No synopsis available. Cracker: One Day a Lemming Will Fly No synopsis available. Cracker: To Be a Somebody Part of the U.K. detective series Cracker, "To Be a Somebody" originally aired in three parts in October of 1994. Robert Carlyle plays Albie Kinsella, an average guy who goes crazy after he loses his father, wife, and child. He attempts to kill a Pakistani store clerk, a university professor, and a news reporter. D.C.I. David Bilborough (Christopher Eccleston) tries to track him down, but ends up meeting his own fate. Albie continues his ruthless killing spree, leading up to a bomb threat at the police station. After a violent run-in with DS Jimmy Beck (Lorcan Cranitch), Albie is finally interrogated by Fitz (Robbie Coltrane). Meanwhile, Fitz loses money gambling, suffers from a heart attack, and carries on his marital problems with Judith (Barbara Flynn). ~ Andrea LeVasseur, All Movie Guide Cracker: Men Should Weep Part of the U.K. detective series Cracker, "Men Should Weep" was originally aired in three parts during 1994. Graham Aggrey plays Floyd Malcolm, a depressed black man who rapes his boss' wife. Her husband attacks the house cleaner, thinking he is responsible. Fitz (Robbie Coltrane) is convinced the house cleaner is innocent of the crime. After calling in to a radio program, Floyd is arrested but manages to escape. While trying to investigate the case, Det. Sgt. Penhaligon (Geraldine Somerville) is also raped. Meanwhile, Judith (Barbara Flynn) comes back and tells Fitz she's pregnant. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, All Movie Guide Cracker: The Big Crunch Part of the U.K. detective series Cracker, "The Big Crunch" originally aired in three parts during 1994. Jim Carter plays Kenneth Trant, a religious schoolmaster who is discovered having an affair with young Joanne Barnes (Samantha Morton). The girl is drugged, scarified, and ordered to be killed, but the religious Dean Saunders (Darren Tighe) lets her go. When Joanne dies in a hospital, the Trant family frames Dean. After getting captured by Det. Sgt. Jimmy Beck (Lorcan Cranitch) and interrogated by Fitz (Robbie Coltrane), Dean hangs himself. The Trant family is eventually taken into custody when Kenneth's infidelity is revealed. Meanwhile, Fitz gets a divorce from Judith (Barbara Flynn) and sleeps with Det. Sgt. Jane Penhaligon (Geraldine Somerville). ~ Andrea LeVasseur, All Movie Guide Cracker: Brotherly Love No synopsis available. Cracker: True Romance No synopsis available. Cracker: Best Boys No synopsis available.
Hilary Swank portrays Amelia Earhart, the famed pilot who mysteriously disappeared during her attempt to fly solo around the world.
The classic Hasbro toy "G.I. Joe" goes to the big screen courtesy of Stephen Sommers
You have to expect any movie that's part of the Marvel empire is going to hav...
Marvel sequel looking at an $80 million opening weekend
The Matt Smith/David Tennant team-up will be part of a week-long anniversary celebration