People everywhere were enjoying a new game called Ordinal Scale, an ARMMORPG developed exclusively for the Augma, a new wearable console designed for AR (augmented reality) gaming. But, the players had no idea that a nightmare from the virtual world was starting to spread into reality! As his fellow players find themselves in danger, the hero is called upon once again.
John wilde is a happily married man who is about to face the biggest challenge of his life. Late one night, john logs into a social networking site and re-connects with his old high school flame, adrianna. What begins as a harmless hello rapidly escalates into a rekindling of their past romance. Torn between the life he once envisioned with adrianna and the life he's now building with his wife, mary, john soon discovers that there are serious consequences to the decisions he has made. Now john must try to find his way back to god and get on a path to forgiveness from mary, god and himself.
A woman defines her life on how she interacts with people online, disregarding the people in front of her.
When her husband is hospitalized after a car accident, EMT Karen decides to rent out their spare rooms online. All goes well until Miranda moves in. Miranda quickly infiltrates all areas of Karen’s life. When one of Karen’s renters is found murdered, Karen becomes convinced Miranda was involved but has no idea that kicking her psychotic guest out will send Miranda into a murderous rage.
Internet flings on a crude knock-off of facebook get various couples in trouble. not the most complex off plots even for a soft-core movie. And granted that would be forgivable if the sex scenes were hot, or if the actresses were all that attractive. Sadly this isn't the case for either of those scenarios. the scenes are mundane by the book affairs, while the actresses are all marginally attractive. also the acting is atrocious which some would think would be way too obvious to mention when speaking of a film of it's ilk, but You'ld be surprised.
Kirito is called for an emergency counseling meeting at his new school while his sister has swimming lessons with their friends. There he meets an elite member of the Virtual Division of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Kirito then tells him details about what really happened in Aincrad and in Alfheim.
A man's relationship with a bipolar woman becomes dangerous.
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When teenager Cami Winters falls in love, she falls hard. Her single mother, Tori, has no idea that Cami has fallen in love with a boy named 'Jake' she met on a social networking website. Although Cami believes Jake's a 23 year-old college student, everything he's told her online is a lie.
Pierre, widowed and retired, has not been out of his house for two years. He discovers the joys of the internet thanks to Alex, a young man hired by his daughter to teach him the basics of computer science. On a meeting place, a charming young woman, Flora63, seduced by the romanticism of Pierre, offers her a first date. Lovers, Pierre is back. But on his profile he put a picture of Alex and not his own. Pierre must convince the young man to meet Flora in his place
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Online Binline is a 2015 Marathi language film that was directed by Kedar Prabhakar Gaekwad. The film had its theatrical release on 3 July 2015. It stars Siddharth Chandekar, Rutuja Shinde and Hemant Dhome in lead
A young Iranian woman is selling her belongings online before her upcoming travels to study abroad. One of the customers is a man who behaves strangely.
An unstable computer programmer seeks revenge when he learns he has been duped by three teen girls who created a fictitious mail-order bride that he bought.
Special Agent Jennifer Marsh (Diane Lane) works in an elite division of the FBI dedicated to fighting cybercrime. She thinks she has seen it all, until a particularly sadistic criminal arises on the Internet. This tech-savvy killer posts live feeds of his crimes on his website; the more hits the site gets, the faster the victim dies. Marsh and her team must find the elusive killer before time runs out.
A woman tries to help her teenage daughter when she becomes the victim of online bullying.
A resentful 14-year-old girl is drawn into a seemingly innocent friendship with an older man, but the relationship turns sinister.
The new film 'Ibn al-'Am Online' is a portrait of the opposition figure Riyad al-Turk from inside the Syrian Revolution. This important opposition figure remains active underground in Syria until this day. The film resorts to Skype and other social networks not merely as part of its narrative and construction, but also as part of the filming process itself. In the end, the Internet was the first means through which we decided to present the film. Filming took place over the course of several of months, and began at start of the Syrian revolution on 15 March 2011 and was completed at the beginning of 2012.
An estimated 15 million Brits are currently looking for a partner online. Thanks to the internet and social media, the whole world is now open for love. From Thai romance tours to speed-dating in the Ukraine, will they find 'the one'? And having parted with thousands of pounds, can they really put a price on love?