When Grandpa Ed comes to stay, his grandson Peter must give up his beloved bedroom. However, Peter does not give way so easily, concocting a series of unexpected and unusual schemes to force his imposing grandfather out of his room for good. Based on the novel by Robert Kimmel Smith.
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A middle-school student deals with bullies, a cruel older brother and his own unpopularity while hatching a number of schemes to make himself cool in this adaptation of Jeff Kinney's series of comic novels for tweens.
When an 18-year-old boy is contacted by his birth mother, he accepts her invitation to meet. Thinking that she will be hated, the mother lives in fear of meeting him. David is grateful for the life that she has given him and only feels gratitude toward his birth mother. This true story follows David's journey and the emotional ups and downs that come with meeting his birth mother. Directed by Kevin Peeples.
An eccentric scientist builds a time machine, which accidentally transports a high-school student back to the 1950s, where the teen inadvertently interferes with the budding romance between his future parents. The boy must figure out how to set things right, or risk completely altering the future - his life depends on it!
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Leigh Anne Touhy, a headstrong, wealthy Memphis woman welcomes into her home Michael Oher, an emotionally traumatized African-American high-school student who turns out to be gifted at playing football.