Title Recommendations based on Titus Pullo
FBI Agents Mulder and Scully are responsible for the "X-Files," cases that involve paranormal activity and are deemed "unsolvable" by the rest of the agency. Mulder is convinced that there is something out there: the existence of alien life, a government cover-up, or both. Scully is brought in as a foil to the eccentric Mulder to keep in check his conspiracy theories. However, the events that they witness together make it pretty difficult for Scully to remain a skeptic.
Ghost in the Shell follows the Major, a special ops, one-of-a-kind human-cyborg hybrid, who leads the elite task force Section 9. Devoted to stopping the most dangerous criminals and extremists, Section 9 is faced with an enemy whose singular goal is to wipe out Hanka Robotic's advancements in cyber technology.
With powerful skills as a psychic, Patrick Jane became a television phenomenon. During one of his TV appearances, he called the infamous serial killer Red John "ugly and sad." This taunt provoked Red John to kill Patrick's wife and daughter—driving Patrick to swear vengeance at any cost. Now working as a consultant at the California Bureau of Investigation, Patrick feels that working with the CBI finally gives him the chance to use his powers for good. Still, he never loses sight of his goal—Patrick is with the CBI to figure out who Red John is and kill him.
Interstellar chronicles the adventures of a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage.
Victor Frankenstein was a mad scientist who robbed graveyards and claimed to have brought a corpse to life. After his death, Victor's great-grandson—neurosurgeon Frederick Frankenstein—inherits the scientist's estate in Transylvania. After discovering the book, "How I Did it," Frederick begins to create his own living monster.
The Godfather chronicles the lives of the fictional Italian-American Corleone crime family in teh 1940's. When organized crime family patriarch, Vito Corleone barely survives an attempt on his life, his youngest son Michael steps in to take care of the would-be killers—launching a campaign of bloody revenge.
Westworld revolves around a futuristic theme park staffed by robots that help guests live out their fantasies. The park breaks down, however, and two guests taking a Wild West adventure find themselves stalked by a gun-slinging android.
Sterling Archer works at the New York headquarters of the International Secret Intelligence Service, which is run by his mother Malory. His mother is a talented manipulator, and is particularly good at bending her son to her will. When Sterling isn't killing people for hire and defeating terrorists, he is drinking, engaging in irresponsible sex, playing lacrosse, racing fast cars, and wearning turtleneck sweaters. And that's tame compared to what his mother and co-workers do in their free time.
When Matthew Crawley is named heir to Lord Grantham's estate of Downton Abbey, he and his mother leave their upper-middle-class life and enter the world of aristocrats. It won't be an easy transition. Lady Violet Crawley isn't so keen on letting a stranger butt into the practice, (distant) relative or not.
Angel goes to a high school in the afterlife. Physical harm and even death is meaningless to the humans who inhabit this school, as they are already dead, but those who follow the school rules and try to live a normal life in the afterlife are "obliterated," vanishing completely. For an unknown reason, however, this does not seem to apply to Angel, who lives the life of a model student yet continues to exist.
When millionaire wheeler-dealer Edward Lewis enters a business contract with Hollywood hooker Vivian Ward, he loses his heart in the bargain in this charming romantic comedy. After Edward hires Vivian as his date for a week and gives her a Cinderella makeover, she returns the favor by mellowing the hardnosed tycoon's outlook. Can the poor prostitute and the rich capitalist live happily ever after?
Jeff Winger thinks he's too cool for school, which is a problem because he just enrolled in community college. Recently disbarred as an attorney and running out of money, Jeff enrolled at Greendale to set himself on a path to redemption, one easy credit at a time. Everyone at Greendale is there because they messed up one way or another, and they've got no choice but to fix their problems together.
As a member of a Saiyans renowned for being the "mightiest warriors in the universe," Vegeta grew up conquering planets and the pathetic peoples that lived on them, just as any good warrior would. But now that their planet was destroyed, he's one of the handful of Saiyans alive.
Along with his Captain James T. Kirk and the rest of his crew, Mr. Spock is in the midst of a five-year mission exploring the final frontier and "boldly going where no man has gone before." Spock's Vulcan heritage leads him to suppress his emotions and let logic lead his life. This is especially helpful in his role as advisor to Captain Kirk, who has a tendency to dive into situations without thinking them through.
It all started in 1953 when George Sr. started selling a novelty item called the frozen banana. Business boomed and George Sr. parlayed his success into a huge real estate empire. Unfortunately, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission finally caught up to his creative accounting practices, and now he's facing serious prison time. His irresponsible wife Lucille takes on the CEO role, and his responsible son Michael Bluth tries to pick up the pieces. But given their completely dysfunctional family, it's not going to be easy.