Interesting scene. ArchAngel Gabriel won't let Jerry die, because he needs him. And all Jerry wants to do is die. Gabriel promises to let him die with one more favor.
Vincent and Jules debate the significance of Vincent taking care of Ms. Wallace, and him giving women foot massages.
Parrish is sitting in his study, when suddenly a voice comes along and sets him straight. Then a young man walks out of no where claiming he is Death, and that Parrish will die, but that Death wants a chance to experience human life. An interesting scene.
Joe follows Louis to the park. Louis doesn't want to be touched but Joe softens him up, then Joe doesn't want to go with Louis but Louis convinces him. Then they leave together.
Jack and Tyler have their final confrontation, and Jack finds a way to rid himself of Tyler forever.
This is a transcription of all 6 phone calls and the rooftop confrontation between Frank Horrigan, an aging Secret Service agent, and Mitch Leary, a former CIA operative who is plotting to assassinate the president.
John Creasy negotiates for the life of Pita Ramos, the young girl he was hired to protect, by threatening the family of Daniel Sanchez, her kidnapper.
Morton, a railroad baron, chastises Frank, his hired gun, for overdoing his job and putting them at risk. Frank expresses a desire to move up in the world, and assures Morton that he'll take care of the problem.
Jack Jordan is in prison for killing a man and two children in a hit-and-run accident. He angrily confesses to Reverend John that he feels betrayed and abandoned by God, while Rev. John attempts to save Jack's faith.
Rocky Sullivan and Jerry Connolly are childhood friends who robbed a railroad car as kids. As they ran from the police, Rocky saved Jerry's life by pulling him out of the way of a train. Rocky was caught, but Jerry escaped. Rocky grows up to become a noto ...
George confronts his old friend and partner Diego, who has stolen his most important drug trafficking connection.
Years after serving in the war, Mike return to Vietnam to recover his friend Nick, who went MIA and has basically lost his mind. Mike enters a game of Russian roulette with Nick in an attempt to reach him and bring him back.
Dr. Jack Mickler meets with his new patient, who believes himself to be the legendary Don Juan DeMarco. In order to convince Dr. Mickler that he's not delusional, Don Juan tells his life story in detail.
Police detective John Hobbes discovers that the serial killer he's been pursuing is actually a demon named Azazel that inhabits human bodies and uses them to kill. The demon frames Hobbes, and his two fellow detectives, Maguire and Jonesy, attempt to arr ...
Max Cohen, a number theorist, approaches his old mathematics mentor, Sol Robeson, about a very controversial theory he's exploring, and they engage in a very heated argument.
Christopher Boyce and Daulton Lee are selling classified government information to the Soviet Union. Boyce wants to get out of the game, so he meets with Lee's KGB handler, Alex, to explain the situation and find an out.
Christopher Boyce and Daulton Lee are selling classified government information to the Soviet Union. Boyce wants to get out of the game, and he tries to convince Lee to do the same, but Lee wants to continue and threatens to expose Boyce if he leaves.
Parry and Jack are in Central Park late at night. Parry tries to convince Jack to let loose, while Jack tries to bring Parry back to reality. Parry also tells Jack the story of The Fisher King.
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