What parents need to know before their kids see The Namesake.
Little-known big-leaguer Bruce Pearson (Robert De Niro) brings home his famous pal, pitcher Henry (Michael Moriarty), with whom he's shared news of his fatal diagnosis, in Bang The Drum Slowly, 1973.
Happy baseball montage as the New York Mammoths begin to win, with secretly ailing catcher Bruce Pearson (Robert De Niro) and pitcher Henry Wiggin (Michael Moriarty) featured, from Bang The Drum Slowly, 1973.
Pitcher Henry (Michael Moriarty), called in by manager Dutch (Vincent Gardenia), covers for ailing catcher Bruce (Robert De Niro) who winds up getting examined, in Bang The Drum Slowly, 1973.
Opening credits and narration by Michael Moriarty as big league pitcher Henry Wiggin, talking about his pal, catcher Bruce Pearson (Robert De Niro) from Bang The Drum Slowly, 1973.
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The Namesake -- American-born Gogol, the son of Indian immigrants, wants to fit in among his fellow New Yorkers, despite his family's unwillingness to let go of their traditional ways.
An ex-child star struggling as an agent discovers a sassy new client.
In this action packed romantic comedy, a hotshot detective (played by Lee Dong-wook) and a peppy journalist (Hyun Young) form a reluctant but formidable duo to take down a notorious crime boss.
On the heels of their arranged marriage, Ashoke (Irrfan Kahn) and Ashima (Tabu) jet off from sweltering Calcutta to a wintry New York where they begin their new life together. Virtual strangers to one another and with Ashima now living in a new and very strange land, their relationship quickly takes a turn when Ashima gives birth to a son. Under pressure to name him quickly, Ashoke settles on Gogol (Kal Penn), after the famous Russian author - a name that serves as a link to a secret past and, Ashoke hopes, a better future. But life isn't as easy for Gogol as his parents might wish. As a first-generation American teenager, Gogol must learn to tread a razor-thin line between his Bengali roots and his American birthright in the search for his own identity. As Gogol attempts to forge his destiny - rejecting his given name, dating a rich American girl, heading to study architecture at Yale - his parents cling to their Bengali traditions. But their paths keep crossing with both comic and painfully revelatory consequences… until Gogol begins to see the links between the world his parents left behind and the new world that lies in front of him.
A young Indian boy living in New Jersey rebels against his traditional parents and struggles with identity and love.
A young woman agrees to an arranged marriage and leaves Calcutta to seek a future in the United States. The young couple learns to cope with life in the U.S. but as their children grow up their son Gogol's life choices cause a clash of cultures.
Mikey is a former child star having a little trouble with his new role as a kid's talent agent. He's desperate to find a way to keep his third-rate talent agency from going under when he meets Angie, a young con artist. With her streetwise smarts and irresistible charm, she's a natural for TV commercials and could be their ticket to the big time -- if they don't drive each other crazy first!
A former child star is struggling in his new role as a talent agent. But when he discovers a charming but sassy new client, they could both hit the big time -- if they don't drive each other crazy first!
Just when the Tamers defeat Vikarylamon, the strange child they keep running into reveals himself to be the Monkey Deva and kidnaps Calumon.
Janet and Marshall go to New York and invite overbearing Aunt Mafalda to stay with Clarissa and Sam, just as Clarissa plans a slumber party for kids only.
Although she's too young for a driver's license, Clarissa is consumed by the desire to aquire a 1976 Gremlin she finds in the want-ads.
Reed and Malloy uncover a baby-selling ring, participate in a high-speed car chase and investigate a drug-abuse scandal involving college athletes.
Jimmy throws a party for Sabrina after Hope's adoption becomes official, and Virginia and Burt step in for Wally when he collapses in court.
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