Deconstructing Sarah movie trailer - starring A. Martinez, Shelia Kelley, Rachel Ticotin, David Andrews, Jenifer Lewis. Directed by Craig R. Baxley. Genre: Mystery-Suspense
Rating: Not Rated
Common Sense Media reviews Push for kids and families.
The Invisible Circus movie trailer - starring Cameron Diaz, Patrick Bergin, Blythe Danner, Christopher Eccleston, Jordana Brewster, Chris Eccleston. Genre: Mystery-Suspense
Annie: A Royal Adventure movie trailer - starring Joan Collins, Ashley Johnson, George Hearn. Genre: Children's
A dedicated art student is caught in a web of passion and desire after finding an old diary containing a young woman's deepest and darkest secrets.
Two sisters, who are witches, are total opposites. Sally is a homebody, while Gillian is a wild party girl. Now they must come together to combine their powers and stop Gillian's abusive ex-boyfriend.
The Quiet movie trailer - starring Martin Donovan, Elisha Cuthbert, Camilla Belle, Edie Falco, Shawn Ashmore, Katy Mixon. Directed by Bob Babbitt. Theatrical Release Date: 8/25/2006
A young girl is sent to a strict boarding school while her father serves time in the army. After he is presumed dead, the girl is turned into a servant by the wicked school mistress. Strengthened by her father's love, she overcomes her hardships.
The blockbuster sequel to the gargantuan worldwide hit. Ian Malcolm travels to another dinosaur-infested island, but discovers it to be unexpectedly peaceful... until a pair of massive and very deadly T-Rexes get angry!
Ski Movie -- Push is the MSP feature film release and winner of Powder Magazine's prestigious Movie of the Year award. Athletes push the limits of the sport of skiing to new heights every day, and Push takes you around the world to see what's possible on skis.
A Little Princess -- A young girl is relegated to servitude at a boarding school when her father goes missing and is presumed dead.
Push is the winner of Powder Magazine’s prestigious Movie of the Year award. Athletes push the limits of the sport of skiing to new heights every day, and Push takes you around the world to see what’s possible on skis.
Director Steven Spielberg takes us back to the scene of Jurassic Park in The Lost World, the blockbuster sequel with even more dinosaurs, more action and more breathtaking visual effects than its record-breaking predecessor.
Nick Gant (Chris Evans) is hiding out in Hong Kong, trying to avoid becoming another pawn in the psychic wars being waged by supernatural intelligence agencies like The Division. The Division, its Chinese counterpart and similar clandestine operations around the world, are recruiting the psychically gifted to wage international warfare on a whole new level. Nick has been low priority since he seemingly lost his telekinetic powers as a boy – after Division agents killed his father. Now he's back on their radar after a young clairvoyant girl, Cassie (Dakota Fanning), turns up on his doorstep, claiming to have a vision of their future. The trouble is, the future keeps changing. And if Division agent Henry Carver (Djimon Hounsou) and his men catch up to them, their future will come to an abrupt end.
Two young Americans with special abilities must race to find a girl in Hong Kong before a shadowy government organization called Division does.
Push is the MSP feature film release and winner of Powder Magazine's prestigious Movie of the Year award. Athletes push the limits of the sport of skiing to new heights every day, and Push takes you around the world to see what's possible on skis.
A young man from Las Vegas, searching for his place in the world, learns about himself through his friendships and extreme sports in picturesque Lake Tahoe.
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