Racing Stripes movie trailer - starring Dustin Hoffman, Bruce Greenwood, Hayden Panettiere, Frankie Muniz, Steve Harvey, Jeff Foxworthy. Directed by Frederik Du Chau. Theatrical Release Date: 1/14/2005
Johnson Family Vacation movie trailer - starring Cedric the Entertainer, Vanessa Williams, Shannon Elizabeth, Steve Harvey, Solange Knowles, Lil' Bow Wow. Directed by Christopher Erskin. Genre: Comedy
In order to achieve their dream of opening a recording studio, two friends (Omarion, Houston) must first win their city's dance contest -- a fierce competition that pits them against a group of tough street dancers.
Steve Harvey takes questions from his live studio audience.
In the highly anticipated sequel, which was inspired by Steve Harvey’s best-selling book Act Like a Lady, Think Like A Man, all the couples are back for a wedding in Las Vegas. But plans for a romantic weekend go awry when their various misadventures get them into some compromising situations that threaten to derail the big event.
Two women struck by unthinkable tragedy share their stories and Steve honors their strength and resilience by naming them “Super Moms!” Steve sets them up with some well-deserved pampering, including the royal makeover treatment with Countess LuAnn de Lesseps from “Real Housewives of New York!”
Love Don't Cost A Thing movie trailer - starring Nick Cannon, Al Thompson, Jordan Burg, Jackie Benoit, George Cedar, Gay Thomas Wilson. Directed by Troy Beyer. Genre: Comedy
Steve Harvey takes questions from his live studio audience!
The balance of power in four couples' relationships is upset when the women (Gabrielle Union, Meagan Good, Regina Hall, Taraji P. Henson) start using the advice in Steve Harvey's book, Act Like A Lady, think like a man.
"The balance of power in four couples’ relationships is upset when the women (Gabrielle Union, Meagan Good, Regina Hall, Taraji P. Henson) start using the advice in Steve Harvey’s book, Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man, to get more of what they want from their men. When the men (Michael Ealy, Jerry Ferrara, Terrence J, Romany Malco) realize that the women have gotten a hold of their relationship “playbook,” they decide that the best defense is a good offense and come up with a plan to use this information to their advantage. Let the battle of the sexes begin!
When a group of friends find out their women have been using Steve Harvey?s book, Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man, to manipulate them in relationships, they respond by using this knowledge to regain the upper hand.
The balance of power in four couples' relationships is upset when the women (Gabrielle Union, Meagan Good, Regina Hall, Taraji P. Henson) start using the advice in Steve Harvey's book, Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man, to get more of what they want from their men.
Stripes, a zebra raised on a farm in Kentucky, dreams of one day becoming a championship racehorse in this heartwarming and hysterical tale that seamlessly combines live action and computer animation. An all-star cast provides the voices of the zebra and his barnyard palls, including Frankie Muniz (TV's "Malcolm in the Middle"), Oscar and Golden Globe winners Dustin Hoffman ("Rain Man," "Hook") and Whoopi Goldberg ("Ghost," "The Lion King"), Mandy Moore ("A Walk to Remember"), Jeff Foxworthy ("Blue Collar TV"), David Spade ("The Emperors New Groove"), Snoop Dogg ("Starsky & Hutch"), and many more.
Stripes, a zebra raised on a farm in Kentucky, dreams of one day becoming a championship racehorse in this heartwarming and hysterical.
T.D. Jakes has a candid, one-on-one interview with Steve Harvey. Steve talks about his early days, the present, his faith, and his willingness to adapt to changing times.
Mel and Joe co-host a local news show.
Jack and Todd go head to head over a new claim. Dakota Fred finds gold that he forced the Hoffmans to leave behind. Parker continues to hit pay dirt.
All families have their moments of madness around the dinner table. When the family fortune runs into the millions, a passing rivalry can flare up into a lethal conflict.
Sabrina and her husband Donald have been married 10 years but have been separated by the sea for nearly five years because Donald is in the Navy. He hasn't seen his wife and two children in almost a year. Realizing that his family desperately needs him, Donald is finally coming home. But right now there is no home to come home to. Sabrina and Donald bought their dream home a year ago and shortly after, he was shipped off. Unfortunately, while renovating, Sabrina ran out of money. She and the kids were forced to move in with her parents. To top it off, Sabrina's parents are emotionally tapped out and yearn for the day when their daughter and grandkids can move into their own home. And if that's not bad enough, even though Donald passed the LAPD exams with flying colors, he failed the eye test, can't afford to pay for the corrective surgery and his dreams of becoming an LAPD officer are completely shot. Without money in the bank and no job on the horizon, this military family doesn't stand a fighting chance of ever renovating their dream home.
This blended family consists of Kim, her boyfriend Jon, her older daughter Shadi, Jon's two young kids, Kim's mother's boyfriend and nine animals. They all live in a 1978 mobile home. They are funny, country music lovin', colorful and deserving. Oh yeah. They're also former carnies.
Bonnie Talcott bought what she could afford - a mobile home in Thousand Oaks, Calif. She has a long-term boyfriend who stays with the family part time, but it's tough because there is a real lack of space. Bonnie's daughter doesn't have her own bedroom. She shares a bed with her mother. Like their mom, the Talcott kids are passionate about giving back to the community. They work with foster care kids and participate in church youth group activities. All of the Talcotts sing, and one of Bonnie's dreams is to become the real Partridge Family and travel the country singing Christian music.
The Furrers are a funny, quirky, upbeat family. Their mobile home is 40 years old, but when they moved in 21 years ago, they never dreamed they'd be sharing it with a former owner. The woman who used to live in the home died there, and according to the Furrers, she's never left.
The Fricks are big advocates of living green. They insist energy-efficient mobile homes are the wave of the future. Andreas and Katie met on Match.com. Their compatibility drew them together. Both grew up on chicken farms, both broke their shoulders horse-riding and love hiking and other outdoor activities. The two moved in together and shortly after, Andreas' daughter Kimberly moved in with them. The three never imagined they'd be living in a mobile home but were drawn to the Palisades Bowl after responding to a misleading ad about a condo for sale. Andreas is an architect who saw potential. He gutted the mobile home and has now run out of money to finish it. The Fricks live out of the master bedroom. Katie has no kitchen and does dishes in the bathtub, and Kimberly uses it as the living room to watch TV and do school work.
The Schmidts are a blended family building a life in a multi-colored mobile home that once served as a daycare center. Lisa is mother to Alex and Melanie, and Gary is the father to son Andrew. When Gary and Lisa met, it was love at first sight and soon after, they married. They can't say the same about their mobile home. The home still has the original daycare colors and wallpaper. There is even a chalk-drawn hopscotch court under one of the carpets. It's a true embarrassment for the family. Lisa and Gary have strived to make a better life for their kids. After Lisa was laid off from her job, she decided to go back to school. She worked hard and eventually earned her master's in geography. She now teaches at the local community college.
The Tylers are a family of three living in Sylmar, California - mom, her fiancé, Ken and her son, Tim. Angela has a house full of antiques, but Ken and young Tim would rather use the china cabinet to store Harley Davidson parts and Hot Wheels. As Angela puts it, they are stuck... in a world of inherited furniture and a 1973 mobile home that's falling apart.
Feeling that she has no space and time of her own due to home duties, Jay decides to paint. The result is a portrait of Michael based on Michelangelo's David, which makes Michael feel a little bit "diminished". They start an argument over it, which ends on Michael finally agreeing on letting Jay show her work at a friend's art gallery - with a "big" change, that is. Meanwhile, Michael renews acquaintances with old buddy Steve, while the kids are encouraged to develop their artistic abilities as well. Claire designs clothes, Kady plays the piano and Junior, like his mother, decides to paint.
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