Kelly (Lorraine Stanley), a desperate prostitute, is bullied by her pimp into finding an underage girl for a sadistic mobster. She discovers Joanne (Georgia Groome), an 11-year-old runaway, who naively complies. But when the pedophile turns violent, Kelly intervenes and everything goes horribly wrong. BONUS FEATURES: Deleted Scenes/Alternate Ending, Behind-the-scenes footage, Commentary with director Paul Andrew Williams. DVD Info:
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Jack Cosmo (Joe Piscopo) is a has-been, alcoholic Broadway director who needs to produce a successful musical in order to pay off his debt to mob boss Big Mike (Paul Sorvino). However, problems arise when Big Mike insists on using the degenerates and criminals who owe him money as the cast and crew. Now Jack has one last chance to revitalize his career, and hopefully in the process be able to reconnect with his estranged daughter Sarah (Erika Christensen) who is the key to his sobriety.
Grif and Jenny Henderson are sailing for Europe and bound for marital mayhem. The Hendersons are a loving, All-American couple who try to bridge the generation gap with their free-spirited son on a trip abroad. But once on the continent, family relations run aground when some teenage girls enter the picture and a scheming French playboy focuses his roving eye on Jenny. Frisky business and misunderstandings galore ensue, all funny, vibrant and charming. That's How Sweet It is!
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