Sunday, March 29, 2015

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Halt and Catch Fire (TV Series 2014-)



 
Overview: 
 
Halt and Catch Fire main action takes place in the Silicon Prairie area of Texas. Like its sister Silicon Valley in California, Silicon Prairie is known as one of the hottest beehives of technology in the country. But there are more to these bespectacled computer geeks than meet the eye. Representatives of the big computer giants and personal computer titans wage battle daily to be the first to come out with the latest tech gadgets and software innovations. Before long, old lies begin to surface that make former comrades start to question their inventions and their loyalties. 

Selma (2014)




Overview: 
 After seeking the help of President Lyndon B. Johnson and being refused, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and other civil rights leaders led marches from Selma to the Capitol building in Montgomery in March 1965. The first march, now known as "Bloody Sunday", took marchers across the Edmund Pettus Bridge and into brutal treatment at the hands of the police and others, hospitalizing seventeen. Despite the hatred, the marchers returned to the bridge two days later in peaceful response. In the weeks that followed, the marchers, now protected by armed forces, reached Montgomery where Dr. King gave his famous "How Long, Not Long" speech. 

Spare Parts (2015):
Blu-ray / DVD release date May 5, 2015



  
Overview: 
 Real life meets the big screen in the true story of four undocumented, struggling Mexican-American students living in Arizona who find themselves unlikely competitors in a NASA-sponsored robotics challenge. Faced with adversities such as a modest budget and a lack of experience, the teacher-led quartet formed a robotics club in an inspired attempt to defy the odds by competing against mighty MIT for the top prize at the annual underwater robotics competition. 

  
White Collar (TV Series 2009)



 
Overview: 
 
White Collar is a procedural drama in which a team of FBI agents solves crimes in the upscale world of art and finance. Neal Caffrey, played by Matt Bomer, is a con artist and art forger who has agreed to work with the FBI in exchange for his release from prison. He has a good heart, but he is constantly battling his instinctive urge to betray others act in his own self interest. Every episode features a new crime that somehow draws Neal closer to solving the season's core mystery. The season-long arcs usually concern Neal's past and the people who caused his good nature to evolve into something untrustworthy. Neal wants to be the sort of person who can do right by others, but he is afraid that he will never be satisfied by staying in one place for too long.