Modern Fantasy about the corporate take over of America.
In a time when everything has its price, families corporate sponsored and dreams bought and sold like currency, Wisconsin business school... More > graduate, Jake Kramer finds himself without a dream and little hope. To regain inspiration, Jake visits Spade’s Manhattan, the brainchild of financial tycoon Jonathon Spade, who years ago evicted all New York City residents to the outer boroughs and forced them to work as actors in his Manhattan theme park for tourists. But when Jake arrives at Spade’s Manhattan he realizes Spade’s dreams come at a heavy price and equal penalty for disobedience. It is only when he meets Liza, an aspiring actress and escapes to Brooklyn, breaking Spade’s tourism rule; it makes him a wanted man. While Spade’s goons search for Jake, it is in Brooklyn where he learns working for your dreams far outweighs living a fantasy.< Less
Is your game on?
No denying dating is a game filled with winners and losers. How you finish equates to your own performance.
Dating sites may provide introductions and first time statistics of a... More > possible winning match. Advice advocates give suggestions on previous successes, but still these offer no guarantee and sometimes create more hardship.
Like a sports handicapper you are equipped to assess your own winners; all you need is the tools to do so. Inspired by sports handicapping tips you too can learn how to not only find a winning relationship but become a winning contender.< Less
SEX IN THE CITY MEETS THE WIZARD OF OZ
Love – What are the qualities to look for when placing bets on love and how are we sure they will pay off?
Sports photographer, Janey O’Neil... More > dreams of a world where woman are groomed and trained like race horses to compete for men. When her boyfriend, NFL football player Dwayne Schuster bets on her to win, while continuing to play other women, Janey wagers her own race with men to contend for her favor and gives Dwayne some well needed competition.
The competition, the gambling and handicapping for love soon becomes meaningless when she learns of the Wild Horses that have strayed, escaped or even set free from the race. These Wild Horses roam free of love’s conditions, expectations, traditions and ultimatums for in the end only when a heart is free can it be true.< Less
The Earth has stopped rotating and no one seems to notice, except for bleeding-heart, supermodel Venetia DeMille. While Mother Earth begins to fade into a silent death, Venetia clings to hope. She... More > solicits the help of a scientist, but no avail. Not to be hindered in her quest to save the Earth, Venetia sets out on a journey around the world to find like-minded people and caring souls - an exuberant youth, a magical healer and a man of God. Although together they are able to rekindle faith, their effort still does not provide results. It is a mysterious meeting of four horsemen that carry them to the east where they experience a connection to the earth and each other. Could the forces that gather with their united efforts prove to be the remedy to save the planet?< Less
Earl Hollsopple lived on the edge of civilization in a deserted shack for nearly forty years. His life was one beautiful night of stargazing after another, until a helicopter flies overhead, and... More > exposing his meager world. It is a sign; it is time for him to return to civilization
Unknowingly, Earl’s journey parallels another he had deeply repressed, and that is his return from the Vietnam War. The lone survivor of a plane crash, Earl waits for rescue that never comes. He is left to find his way home alone.
On his quests, old Earl and young Earl learn lessons of survival, overcoming isolation and handling conflicts; his travels teach him not just about himself, but humankind. Reaching pivotal points in both journeys, Earl meets fateful loves, leading to destinies that are ultimately intertwined.
Everything in life circles until we are able to answer the riddles that plaque man and humanity. Only until we take the journey, solve the problems of our own existence, do we find our way home.< Less