Everyone's Hero movie trailer - starring Whoopi Goldberg, William H. Macy, Mandy Patinkin, Rob Reiner, Jake T. Austin, Raven. Directed by Colin Brady. Theatrical Release Date: 9/15/2006
A nuclear submarine becomes stranded on the ocean floor with a limited air supply.
Arch-enemy Lex Luthor's creation, Nuclear Man, threatens Superman's mission to rid the world of nuclear weapons. This series stopped being super after the first sequel!
Obsessed with the portrait of a 19th-century actress, a modern-day playwright uses hypnosis to travel back in time to meet her. Nice fantasy.
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When a son with AIDS comes home to die, tension long left buried in his family finally surfaces and must be confronted by all. Reeve's critically praised directorial debut.
The Man of Steel faces a trio of equally powerful escaped criminals from Krypton, just as his love affair with Lois Lane is blossoming.
Ten emotionless children are born nine months after a small British town experiences a mysterious black out. With psychic abilities and deadly powers, the youngsters wreak havoc on the village.
Superman movie trailer - starring Kirk Alyn, Carol Forman, Noel Neill, Tommy Bond, Jack Ingram, Pierre Watkin. Directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet. Theatrical Release Date: 1/5/1948
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Ten-year-old baseball fanatic Yankee Irving is always the last one picked for sandlot baseball games. But when Babe Ruth's prized bat is stolen during the 1932 World Series, Yankee steps up to the plate to help retrieve it for his beloved idol. He embarks on a wild cross-country journey that teaches him the stuff real heroes are made of, and along the way, Yankee learns the importance of perseverance and the true meaning of friendship.
From Director and Executive Producer, Christopher Reeve, Everyone's Hero is a warm and funny tale about 10-year-old Yankee Irving, a young boy who embarks on cross-country quest to return Babe Ruth's stolen bat.
From Director and Executive Producer Christopher Reeve, EVERYONE'S HERO is a warm and funny tale about 10-year-old Yankee Irving, a young boy who embarks on cross-country quest to return Babe Ruth's stolen bat. Along the way, he restores the family honor, befriends the world's biggest sports superstar (Babe Ruth), and reveals the hero within.
From the master of suspense, John Carpenter, comes a chilling new version of the sci-fi classic. Something is terribly wrong in the tiny village of Midwich. After an unseen force invades a quiet coastal town, ten women mysteriously find themselves pregnant. Local physician Dr. Alan Chaffee (Christopher Reeve) and government scientist Dr. Susan Verner (Kirstie Alley) join forces when the women simultaneously give birth…and the reign of terror begins. In what the New York Times calls "one scarifying trip," the people of Midwich must try to find a way to stop the children in the Village of the Damned.
The first in a series of three movies that tell the story of two “blood” brothers, Alan and Britt Johnson--one a former plantation owner, the other his childhood friend whom he freed from slavery. With their families, they leave Carolina to settle in Texas in the 1860’s.
With the outbreak of the Civil War, word arrives that two Indian tribes, the Comanches and the Kiowas, have joined forces under Little Buffalo, whose goal is to drive the white man out of Texas. In a surprise raid while the men are away, the Indians attack, taking hostage every woman and child they can find.
While not all the settlers agree, it is decided that because he is black, Britt will have the best chance to negotiate with the Indians, and he takes off alone for a journey deep into hostile Indian territory. His courage and honesty lead Lone Wolf, the Kiowa chief, to name Britt “Black Fox,” and he is able to effect peace and free the hostages. But one woman, Delores Holtz, chooses to stay with Running Dog, the Kiowa with whom she has fallen in love, rather than return to her brutal husband, Ralph.
The first in a series of three movies that tell the story of two "blood" brothers, Alan and Britt Johnson--one a former plantation owner, the other his childhood friend whom he freed from slavery. With their families, they leave Carolina to settle in Texas in the 1860's.
After an unseen force invades a quiet coastal town, ten women mysteriously find themselves pregnant. Local physician Dr. Alan Chaffee (Christopher Reeve) and government scientist Dr. Susan Verner (Kirstie Alley) join forces when the women simultaneously give birth and the reign of terror begins.
When Jonathan acts strangely, Clark believes that his Kryptonian father, Jor-El (voice of Terence Stamp - "Superman II"), is sending Jonathan messages and is the cause for his father's withdrawal from the family. Clark goes down to the caves to confront his biological father, but Lionel finds Clark there and begins putting the pieces together--leading him straight to reclusive scientist Dr. Virgil Swann (recurring guest star Christopher Reeve), who knows Clark's origins. As the two billionaires face off, a deal is struck, and Lionel's true motives are revealed.
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Determined to find out where he came from, Clark travels to New York to meet Dr. Virgil Swann (CHRISTOPHER REEVE - "Superman" movies), a brilliant scientist who possesses a message for Clark from his home planet. Meanwhile, Lana decides to move out of Chloe's house--and into the Luthor Mansion--after the two girls get into another argument about Clark.
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The First Segment Of A Two-Part Conversation With Lou Rukeyser, Host Of Lou Rukeyser'S Wall Street, On The Current State Of Wall Street. Then, Actor And Author Christopher Reeve Discusses His New Book, Nothing Is Impossible, Which Deals With The Power Mental Conviction. Finally, The Creator Of The West Wing, Aaron Sorkin On The Success Of His Show.
Christopher Reeve - April 6, 1985: Watch selected sketches from the 1985 episode hosted by Christopher Reeve with guest performance by Steven Wright. Sketches include: 'Superman Auditions' and 'Saturday Night News'.
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