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Detroit: Become Human

Detroit: Become Human is an neo-noir thriller. The plot revolves around three androids: Kara, who escapes the factory she was made in to explore her newfound sentience; Connor, whose job it is to hunt down deviant androids like Kara; and Markus, who devotes himself to releasing the androids from servitude. The characters may survive or perish depending on the choices that are made, which serve to shape the story as customised by the player.

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The Usual Suspects

A sole survivor tells of the twisty events leading up to a horrific gun battle on a boat, which begin when five criminals meet at a seemingly random police lineup.

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Chicago

Murderesses Velma Kelly (a chanteuse and tease who killed her husband and sister after finding them in bed together) and Roxie Hart (who killed her boyfriend when she discovered he wasn't going to make her a star) find themselves on death row together and fight for the fame that will keep them from the gallows in 1920s Chicago.

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A Clockwork Orange

In futuristic London, Alex DeLarge meets up with his gang at Korova Milk Bar for their favorite milk-based, drug-laced cocktail. It helps get them in the mood for a night of "ultra violence." But after his gang turns on him, Alex lands in jail facing the ultimate punishment.

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American Psycho

A wealthy New York investment banking executive hides his alternate psychopathic ego from his co-workers and friends as he escalates deeper into his illogical, gratuitous fantasies.

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The Good Place

Eleanor Shellstrop is living in The Good Place. That's where truly virtuous people go when they die. Which is a little confusing for Eleanor, who lived a selfish, unseemly life. As she quickly realizes, she's accidentally been mistaken for a different Eleanor Shellstrop who helped get innocent people off death row. But as she actively tries to improve herself to stay in the Good Place, she begins to realize she really does have the capacity to change for the better.

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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

The essentially bankrupt Charlie Kelly spends most of his time drinking with "The Gang," his group of friends: Frank, Dennis, Dee, and Mac. They are all co-owners of Paddy's Pub, a scummy Philadelphia bar. It's not a very successful business, but at least it's a place for them to hang out and drink for free. Frank, who is old enough to be everyone's father, knows how to plan a good con and often takes the lead role in planning hustles to help them get by financially.

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BoJack Horseman

Bojack Horseman starred as The Horse on the family comedy Horsin' Around from 1987-1996 , and since then he's struggled to land another hit due to his notoriously difficult attitude. Now he spends his time sharing his opinions with anyone who will listen. Oh, and drinking. A lot.

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South Park

In South Park, the adventures of four young boys in rural Colorado become a means for the show's creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, to ruthlessly satirize current events, celebrities, politicians, and to posit their essential thesis, which is that adults are idiots. Crass and deeply perverse, South Park is not for the faint of heart, but the show's predilection for "going there" accounts for both its funniness and insightful social commentary.

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Back to the Future

Eighties teenager Marty McFly is accidentally sent back in time to 1955, inadvertently disrupting his parents' first meeting and attracting his mother's romantic interest. Marty must repair the damage to history by rekindling his parents' romance and—with the help of his eccentric inventor friend Doc Brown—return to 1985.

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