Browsing: Preferred Artists
Logline: Pitched as “History of Violence” meets “Salt.” A small town Deputy’s father steps in to thwart an attack by Russian assassins on his son’s family. The son soon discovers his father was once a KBG agent who defected during the cold war. Now, the father and son must go on an international manhunt to root out the father’s old enemies.
Logline: Pitched as in the vein of “Inglorious Basterds” and “Firefox”. Near the end of the WW2, the Allies send a German jewish pilot to steal the Nazis new jet fighter, the Messerschmitt-262. Brought onto the airbase by a sexy Swedish double agent, the two spies must put the plan on hold, in order to stop a secret Nazi mission that could change the course of the war.
Logline: Adrian Poe is a man with a gift, which he considers more of a curse. A former child prodigy, once labeled “The Boy Who Could Find Anything,” Adrian wants nothing more than to live a normal life with his wife and son, but when evil things start happening in their small seaport town, he is forced to confront who and what he really is.
Logline: In the vein of “Risky Business” meets “Bad Teacher”. When an 18-year-old bookish high school senior is mistaken for his psychologist father by a smoking hot new patient, he goes with it. This totally uninhibited girl soon takes him on a wild ride that threatens to derail his Harvard-bound future. Or it could be the ultra-unorthodox cure for what ails them both.
Logline: When one of the most renowned evil geniuses of the world is outted, he must go under cover, disappearing into a life of suburban living along with his drooling sidekick, and femme fatale Russian partner to plan his big crime. But along the way, he learns that what it takes to create an ordinary everyday family, may in fact be harder then his planned world domination.
Logline: Young firefighter Jack Roberts, having recently saved the lives of two kids, is flying home from his latest “Real Life Heroesâ€ talk show appearance. Seated next to a charming, somewhat older man, they play the “How Much Money Would It Takeâ€ game. Asked how much it would take for him to kill someone, Jack blurts out a random sum. The next day, an airline employee returns Jack’s lost luggage. Jack, who didn’t lose any luggage, opens the suitcase. Inside, he finds the exact sum of money, in cash, he’d blurted out during the game, along with a photograph of someone he’s never met but is now, apparently, supposed to kill.