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Halloween -- After being committed for 17 years, Michael Myers, now a grown man and still very dangerous, escapes from the mental institution (where he was committed as a 10 year old) and he immediately returns to Haddonfield, where he wants to find his baby sister, L
One of the most iconic figures in rock history, Dewey Cox (John C. Reilly) had it all: the women (over 411 served), the friends (Elvis, The Beatles) and the rock 'n' roll lifestyle (a close and personal relationship with every pill and powder known to man). But most of all, he had the music that transformed a dimwitted country boy into the greatest American rock star who never lived. A wild and wicked send-up of every musical biopic ever made, WALK HARD: THE DEWEY COX STORY is gut-busting proof that when it comes to hard rocking, living and laughing, a hard man is good to find.
A wild and wicked send-up of every musical biopic ever made, WALK HARD: THE DEWEY COX STORY is gut-busting proof that when it comes to hard rocking, living and laughing, a hard man is good to find.
From acclaimed musician and filmmaker Rob Zombie (The Devil's Rejects, House of 1000 Corpses) comes an entirely new take on the highly successful and terrifying Halloween legacy that began in 1978.
After being committed for 17 years, Michael Myers, now a grown man and still very dangerous, escapes from the mental institution and returns to Haddonfield, where he wants to find his baby sister, Laurie. Anyone who crosses his path is in mortal danger.
Hook brings the ailing David with him to find the sextant that might help them decipher a map out of Neverland; Killian Jones and his brother sail off to find an a plant in an uncharted land.
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After Trent earns enough money to buy a car, Bill decides to help him pick out just the right vehicle. But his research doesn't produce the results Trent wants. And Bryan has problems dealing with a school bully.
Bill and Susan get into a feud with a new neighbor over trashcans on the curb, but Bill goes a little overboard in his tactics, especially when Paul decides to get involved. Meanwhile, Trent fails his driving test, and he's convinced it's because he lost his lucky red quarter.
After Susan grounds Lauren for three weeks for lying to her, Bill has trouble agreeing with the severity of the punishment. And Paul enlists the aid of Bryan and Trent to create an online profile that will make him look good to the ladies.
Now that Bill's brother Danny has hit it big, he's been showering Bill's family with gifts. But Bill disapproves of what he believes to be Danny's attempt at buying their love. Paul makes a donation to the school's silent auction and winds up with a crushed ego.
When Bill refuses to shave his beard after a fishing trip, Susan decides to teach him a lesson, and Paul winds up in the crossfire. Meanwhile, Bryan tries to join Trent in tormenting Lauren, but it's unclear he has what it takes to be a prankster.
Bill invests a hefty chunk of money in his brother Dan's latest sure-thing business proposition, something he's done too many times before. Determined to put a stop to it, Susan pushes Bill to talk to his brother about being a responsible adult. Meanwhile, when Trent and Lauren get into a feud over a pen, Bryan pulls a Yojimbo by playing his siblings against each other for his own gain. Stephen Dunham (The Mummy) guest-stars.
When Susan tells Bill she misses the excitement of young love, he decides to revive that feeling by recreating the best moments from their dating days. While they're out, Lauren and Trent have to babysit Bryan, but they each have dates to go see a movie. The only solution is to take him to the movies as well, which is a great plan until Bryan disappears. NASCAR driver Carl Edwards guest-stars.
Bill gets upset when he finds out Susan and her friends discuss their husbands during their girls-only game night, and he's determined to find out what has been said about him. Meanwhile, Lauren convinces Bryan his first-ever B on a science test is the beginning of what will surely be a steady decline in his IQ.
Bill realizes that he is being passive aggressively manipulated by Susan and decides to do something about it by taking it upon himself to shop for their new bedspread. Trent, meanwhile, tries too hard to impress a girl and, with Bryan and Lauren's help, winds up joining her on a mock United Nations delegation representing India. And then Bill and Susan get an eye-full when their neighbor, Mr. Faulkner (guest star Brian Doyle Murray), decides to indulge in his new hot tub au natural.
With money getting tight, Bill must tell Lauren that the family can't afford her spring break trip. Meanwhile Paul must explain how he lost all of Trent's baby pictures.
When the Mayor's dead body falls from the ceiling, along with hundreds of balloons, at a charity fundraiser, Stella and her date find themselves in the middle of the crime scene and Mac goes head to head with Robert Dunbrook.
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