A Night in Heaven -- Open-ended Trailer from Anchor Bay Entertainment
Rock 'n' Roll High School -- US Home Video Extra (Clip) from New World Pictures
The Shadow -- Alec Baldwin stars as the crime-fighting superhero who battles his most dangerous nemesis yet in this thriller with incredible special effects, humor and a dose of the macabre!
True Stories -- Comedic musical vision of contemporary life and the directorial debut of Talking Heads leader David Byrne; looks at life and unique qualities which make ordinary people special. Based on Byrne's collection of human interest pieces from tabloids
Rock 'n' Roll High School -- A group of rock-music-loving students, with the help of the Ramones, take over their school to combat its newly installed oppressive administration.
Alec Baldwin stars with Penelope Ann Miller as the legendary crime-fighting superhero in "The wittiest action-adventure since Indiana Jones!" (NBC News). Donning his sweeping black cape and disguise, The Shadow takes on his most dangerous nemesis yet: the last descendant of the great Genghis Khan whose weapon of choice is an atomic bomb. With the fate of humanity hanging in the balance, they square off for a spectacular battle in a dazzling mixture of mind-blowing special effects, humor and a dose of the macabre that will hold you spellbound!
Alec Baldwin stars as the crime-fighting superhero who battles his most dangerous nemesis yet in this thriller with incredible special effects, humor and a dose of the macabre!
This comedic musical vision of contemporary life marks the directorial debut of Talking Heads leader David Byrne ("Stop Making Sense"). Written by Byrne and Pulitzer Prize-winner Beth Henley ("Crimes of the Heart"), this film looks at everyday life and the unique qualities which make ordinary people special. Based on Byrne's collection of human interest pieces taken from tabloid newspapers, and starring multi-Emmy nominees John Goodman ("The Flintstones," "Roseanne") and Swoosie Kurtz (TV's "Sisters"). The music video "Wild Wild Life," performed by the Talking Heads, is available for promotion.
Talking Heads' frontman David Byrne observes the eccentrically colorful and musically-inclined residents of a fictitious Texas town as they celebrate the town's 150th anniversary.
Comedic musical vision of contemporary life and the directorial debut of Talking Heads leader David Byrne; looks at life and unique qualities which make ordinary people special. Based on Byrne's collection of human interest pieces from tabloids
The Dr. will see you now. Basketball's Dr. J - Julius Erving - operates on the competition in this hoop-it-up disco-era fantasy about a team on a winning streak when it signs up motley players born under the zodiac's fish sign of Pisces. Will the Dr. in the house, trademark cloud-walking, net-shredding slam dunks are plentiful. More hoops excitement follows as the Harlem Globetrotters' Meadowlark Lemon handles the rock as if he had more arms than an octopus and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar shows his winning style as well. Off the court, Flip Wilson is a beleaguered coach and Jonathan Winters plays the dual roles of an ill-natured mogul and a sweet-natured nitwit. The world isn't round in The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh. It's round ball. Fish fever - hook it!
The Dr. will see you now. Basketball's Dr. J - Julius Erving - operates on the competition in this hoop-it-up disco-era fantasy about a team on a winning streak when...
Upon completing his new documentary on the history of television, Paul is excited when legendary TV comic Alan Brady agrees to narrate. Arriving at home with the good news, he is disappointed to find Jamie is going to be late for a dinner to secure the deal with Alan. Yet, after Paul gets off to a rocky start with the irascible comedian, Jamie's arrival at the restaurant seems to salvage the evening. Meanwhile, with her father away at a butcher's convention, Jamie must entertain her mother during her frequent trips into the city. As he presses his editor Sid about why Alan is so mean all the time, Paul is surprised to find that the comedian is unhappy with how little time the film devotes to his TV career. As a result, Alan refuses to do the narration unless Paul revises the film. Paul then tries to come up with another narrator, but soon discovers that most of his choices have passed away. Meanwhile, after a tense lunch with her mom and sister, Jamie tries to explain just how bad a day she had. But Paul is too preoccupied with his latest discovery -- an old episode of "The Alan Brady Show" which featured his mother-in-law Theresa in one of the comic's skits. With her daughters surprised by the tape, Theresa says she must have forgotten to mention her brief stint in television. And, when she reveals that her sister Lolly was actually Alan's girlfriend, Paul gets an idea. After Aunt Lolly notes that she often used jealousy to keep him in line, Paul invites Alan for dinner to make one last pitch for his film. Enlisting Jamie and Sid in the effort, Paul says he has already hired rival comedian Sid Caesar to do the narration instead. And just as Aunt Lolly predicted, Alan suddenly changes his mind and finally agrees to do the film himself.
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Al and his friends are forced to take their wives to a strip club.
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The ER goes from completely empty to jammed beyond capacity during a snowstorm that caused a 32-car pile up. During this Christmas season, Hathaway announces her engagement to Taglieri.
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A wild-eyed gunman forces Capt. Miller and his men to serve time in their own jail in the company of a loony ventriloquist and his obscene dummy.