Cooper Hopkins | Actor
I Think I Do
The relationship between three sisters, as one is left at the altar on her wedding day.
Welcome to Angel City, 2247. Trooper Jack Deth is wiping out the last disciples of Whistler, who used his psychic power to 'trance' those with weak minds, forcing them to follow his every desire. Though he’d been thought dead, he's very much alive… in the year 1985. Whistler's master plan - kill the ancestors of the City Council. With the Council disbanded, nothing can stop him from controlling the city. And that's where Deth comes in. Jack is sent back in time, inhabiting the body of his ancestor. Just one problem: Whistler's ancestor is a police detective, and he's trancing people in 1985.
What started out as a relaxing summer day by the pool for a group of high maintenance young socialites quickly becomes a nightmare when an unknown killer begins stalking and murdering them one by one.
Los Angeles, 1991. It's been 6-years since Jack Deth wiped out the last of the Trancers - those zombie-like creatures whose mission is murder. Jack has rebuilt his life in the present with his new wife Lena. He's also got a new job in commodities dealing with his old buddy, Hap Ashby. Now Jack's got a strange feeling in his gut - the kind you get when Trancers are around. Jack's sixth sense proves him right when he discovers a Trancer at Hap's place, ready to go in for the kill. But Jack hasn't lost his touch, and in a flash, he eliminates the first of many Trancers to come.
Dylan and Jez are two orphans who are over qualified and under employed. They decide to make a millions. But their plans are twisted when a pretty girl enters the picture...
The American Hobo
Academy Award winner Ernest Borgnine, hosts and narrates this remarkable examination of the uniquely American Hobo. Hear compelling tales of life as a migratory worker from notable former Hobos such as Pulitzer Prize winner James A. Michener, Country Music legend Merle Haggard and many other adventurous free spirits who have crisscrossed our vast nation on the awesome railroads.
A road trip with one urn of ashes and four old friends. Jack Dodds was a regular guy, so why the strange "last order" to have his ashes thrown off the pier at Margate?