Holmes arrests Mo for extortion and illegal arms dealing. Mo pledges an oath of revenge. Mo walks free on a technicality when Mo’s lawyers draw ties to Holmes and a crime boss. Holmes resigns from the force. Flash forward 3 years later. Independence Day weekend. Mo now has the most powerful crime syndicate in Detroit. He’s Mo, ergo “Mo-Town.” Mo is promoting a huge Independence Day Celebration and “MoTown Review” on the waterfront. All of the heads of the other crime syndicates will be there. The crime bosses believe that Mo’s Independence Day Celebration is to give them their independence. Unbeknownst to them, Mo’s Independence Day Celebration is to celebrate his independence from them. At the end of the Motown Review, when all the fireworks go off, a small nuclear bomb will blow up all of Mo’s enemies at one time as well as thousands of innocent bystanders–Mo’s Independence Day Massacre.
When a lovesick postman stalks his nagging ex-girlfriend, he and the love-starved police lady who catches him, fall in love. – “What you won’t do, you’ll for love.” When Postman Pete gets dumped by his nagging girlfriend of five years, she’s becomes a bad habit he just can’t kick. Through the poor advice of his estranged buddies, Pete embarks upon a series of dating misadventures, while secretly stalking his ex, betwixt each date from hell. Pete may be a professional postal worker, but a seasoned stalker he is not. A peculiar patrolwoman, and her pointed partner are always there to intervene. Pete, on the rebound, and the patrolwoman, fond of things she shouldn’t have, take a liking to each other and plan a date. But, how will the story end? DO FOR LOVE is a Romantic Screwball Comedy along the lines of SOMETHING ABOUT MARY. A risqué comedic glimpse of tangible and freaky, familiar circumstances, DO FOR LOVE is a story to which we can all relate, but try to forget.
When an ordinary guy takes a Swing Dance class to impress an extraordinary girl, he becomes “Big Town” the flavor of the month and is forced to choose between the dancing or two girls. – “It ain’t what you do, it’s the way that you do it.” Benjamin Bradley moves from the Midwest to Los Angeles to make good in the big town. During his first week in L.A., Ben meets a vixen (Fate) and shy girl (Destiny). Begin the triangle. Fate is a fantastic dancer in the underground scene, but a lame person. Destiny is a great person, but a mediocre dancer. Who should he choose? Written by a Swing Dancer who once graced President Bill Clinton with the Lindyhop, BIG TOWN is a Romantic Comedy with the heart of STRICTLY BALLROOM and the flash of SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER. Rather than being a story with dancing taking the backseat, BIG TOWN is a screenplay written by a dancer, for dancers, where the dancing is the focus, and the story evolves organically from the dancing.