In this satire on the contemporary rock music scene, an American documentary filmmaker examines the phenomenon of an aging heavy-metal band from England. Lots of celebrity cameo appearances add to this must-see for every young music fan!
A shy teenaged girl uses her newfound psychic powers to win the boy of her dreams. Cute stuff for teens!
Promoter Bobbi Flekman (Fran Drescher) and manager Ian Faith (Tony Hendra) are featured as the band runs into trouble over their album cover at an industry confab in This Is Spinal Tap, 1984.
Simon (Bruce Davison) has his first chat with student radical Linda (Kim Darby) while straying from his duties in the occupation of university offices, in the Irwin Winkler-Robert Chartoff production of The Strawberry Statement, 1970.
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Get personal with one of music history's greatest -- and loudest -- heavy metal bands...Spinal Tap! Acclaimed commercial director, Marty DiBergi (Rob Reiner), takes you behind-the-scenes for an intimate "rockumentary”!
Filled with sweet-natured comedy and supernatural appeal, Teen Witch will work its magic on you! Louise (Lively) is a shy misfit with a huge crush on and no chance of dating Brad (Gauthier), the hunky star of the high school football team. And when Louise discovers on her 16th birthday that she's descended from Salem witches, she uses her newfound powers to become the most popular girl on campus! But when sparks fly between her and Brad, how can she be sure it's true love and that he's not simply spellbound?
One week before her sixteenth birthday, a girl realizes that she is the descendent from one of the witches of Salem.
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