Tripping The Rift clip - starring Stephen Root, Maurice LaMarche, John Melendez. Directed by Chuck Austen.
The Substitute movie trailer - Directed by Ole Bornedal. Genre: Horror
Fox Fire movie trailer - starring Angelina Jolie, Jenny Lewis, Hedy Burress, Jenny Shimizu, Sarah Rosenberg, Peter Facinelli. Directed by Annette Haywood-Carter. Theatrical Release Date: 8/23/1996
Kaput and Zösky's terrifying offences always backfire and they have no choice but to flee to a new planet pronto!
The Substitute -- He has a lesson to teach. And nobody's going to have a problem with it.
Anastasia -- A young girl heads from Russia to Paris, hoping to learn if she really is the long lost princess Anastasia, only to find unexpected love complicating matters of identity.
Hear No Evil -- A deaf woman becomes the target of a ruthless and corrupt cop.
Big Trouble -- The lives of several Miami denizens, from ad agents to gunrunners to street thugs to law enforcement to school-children, intersect with humorous and dangerous results.
Kindergarten Cop -- Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as a policeman who takes on the toughest assignment of his career when he poses as a kindergarten teacher in order to catch a criminal.
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Pippi Longstocking: : -- Clip: Opening theme for the cartoon of this classic character
Hear No Evil -- An old man tries a new hearing aid and finds out what his neighbors are really like
The laughs come fast and furious as Tim Allen (Home Improvement, Galaxy Quest) and Rene Russo (Showtime, The Thomas Crown Affair) star in a film from Barry Sonnenfeld, director of Get Shorty and Men In Black. Based on humorist Dave Barry's best-selling first novel, Big Trouble follows the comedic chaos created when a mysterious suitcase that threatens the security of Miami changes the lives of a divorced dad, an unhappy housewife, 2 hit men, a pair of street thugs, 2 love-struck teens, 2 FBI men, and a psychedelic toad. There is something for everyone no matter who is looking for Big Trouble -- and in the end, all-star comedy conquers all.
The lives of several Miami denizens, from ad agents to gunrunners to street thugs to law enforcement to school-children, intersect with humorous and dangerous results.
Based on the historical legend of Czar Nicholas and his family. As a young princess in Russia, Anastasia leads a happy childhood surrounded by her loving royal family, her heirloom Faberge egg collection and her protective little birds - Cyril, Miska and Dimitri. She secretly ventures outside the palace walls to bring food to hungry peasant children and to visit a local hospital where she meets and falls in love with Alexander Tchaikovsky, a young, wounded soldier. When her father finds out about the trips outside the castle, he gives her his Eagle Medal of Honor as a reward for her generosity. Meanwhile, her parents have allowed the evil Rasputin in the palace in hopes that he will cure their son, Alexis, who suffers from hemophilia. Instead, Rasputin sells information about the royal family, which leads to their downfall. When the Bolsheviks revolt, Anastasia's family is imprisoned and sentenced to execution. Although her family is shot, the bullet meant for Anastasia hits and is deflected by her Eagle Medal. She escapes with Alexander, who is waiting to save her. They travel to his Uncle in the countryside to live a simple humble life. Her courage and strength make Anastasia a moving and original heroine. Children will learn the value of giving to those less fortunate and to choosing love over riches.
A spellbinding mix of adventure, comedy, romance and music, this acclaimed animated spectacular tells the thrilling story of the lost Russian princess Anastasia and her quest to find her true identity. When the shadow of revolution falls across Russia, the royal family's youngest daughter barely escapes with her life. Years later, Anastasia and a band of heroic companions must battle the evil Rasputin, his sidekick Bartok the bat and a host of ghostly minions in a headlong race to reach Paris, reclaim her rightful destiny and solve the greatest mystery of the 20th century.
A young girl heads from Russia to Paris, hoping to learn if she really is the long lost princess Anastasia, only to find unexpected love complicating matters of identity.
After Six cuts off Chode, he and Gus decide to hit a strip club. At the club, Chode is given a medallion that is supposedly a key to a treasure, but we soon find out its true purpose. Meanwhile, the rest of the crew are stuck in a tractor-beam, and the ship is running out of air...but they can't get away because Chode locked the controls when they left for the club.
While the others are being scammed and brainwashed, Whip is out drinking, doing hard drugs, and sowing his wild oats with a bunch of like-minded horny teenagers. Only Gus can pull Whip out of his self-induced state of bliss in order to help him bring the crew safely home. But what's a lecherous lizard to do, have a screw or screw the crew?
When Chode's libido fails to "rise to the occasion," he tries various ways to correct the problem, including doing the nasty with Six in public. Unfortunately, their escapades on the control panel end with the ship accidentally firing lasers at a death star. The expanding star threatens to destroy all in its path. Can the crew save the day or will this really be, "Chode’s last stand?"
Chode enters Bob (and the crew) in a space race called "The Fifty Million Kronig Flaming Colossus." In an attempt to cheat himself into first place in the race, he gets Bob modified in a chop-shop. But he soon finds out that he got more modifications done to Bob than he had wanted.
Chode gets contacted from a long-past ex-girlfriend who informs him he has a son. Now suddenly a father, he is forced into custody and takes him home to the ship. An unexpected twist takes him from showing he can try to be a good father, to his old self again.
Chode is picked up for shoplifting, but Commander Adam is only using him to get to Darth Bobo. To keep Chode safe, Adam sends him off to a far away planet in the witness protection program. On the planet, four housewives, desperate for sex, all try to compete to get Chode.
After Chode refuses to pay a gypsy at a carnival (who just read him his "fortune") she puts a hex on him to make him invisible. But it turns out he is more than just invisible, he is being erased from existence.
The crew is broke, but Six gets an e-mail that she is receiving a huge inheritance. Rather than help the crew, she wants to give it away to charities. They suck up to her and make her captain hoping to trick her into giving them some of the money.
Darph Bobo's grandfather Chuckles dies, and his hated rival, Chode's grandfather, must give the eulogy...or lose out on a huge inheritance.
In a parody of TV show 24, Six is kidnapped by the Dark Clowns as part of an intricate plot to get Chode to assassinate Commander Adam. The crew wind up on an interstellar craft infested with deadly snakes…
Bored during a long jaunt between planets, Chode calls up a virtual casino to pass the time. But once out of casino mode, the crew begins to notice parts of the ship are going missing: the exhaust system, the captain's chair, even Chode's prized collection of men's magazines. Someone on board is selling off the ship on eBay, but who? Chode dons his deerstalker hat and bad English accent and investigates.
The crew of the Jupiter 42 must resurrect a dismembered Princess or their own lives are just as forfeit.
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