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A team of mountain climbers attempting to summit K2 are confronted by a gang of extremists.
A father goes on the lam with his daughter after a crime spree.
Working undercover to take down Mexico's most dangerous and deadly cartel leader, an emotionally bankrupt DEA operative finds himself on the run with a 10 year old boy while seeking revenge for the death of his lover.
A newspaper publisher teams up with a martial arts expert to fight crime. A reboot based on the 1960 TV series.
A former U.S. special forces officer is recruited by the government's Drug Enforcement Agency to lead a take down drug dealers who are protected by the CIA.
An English journalist and war correspondent recounts his time covering the Bosnian War in the 1990s.
Chronicles the true story of the first detectives in Boston.
Residents in a small Midwestern town survive a devastating tornado, but slowly begin to resent a man whose home and business were affected by the disaster.
A chronicle of the 1970s scandal caused by New York Yankees pitchers Fritz Peterson and Mike Kekich, who admitted to swapping wives with one another.
The head of security at the company in charge of McDonald's multi-million dollar 'Monopoly' game gets his hands on winning tickets and builds a vast network of people are willing to pay for them.
Sequel to the 2016 film, The Accountant.