Cast: Harry Dean Stanton, Rance Howard, Jan Smithers
The Luther family lives in a small cabin in the Appalachian Mountains. After the death of the father, Mary Call (played by Julie Gholson), the eldest daughter, takes it upon herself to take care of her siblings. She is determined to keep the family together and avoid being separated and sent to different foster homes.
The family lives in poverty and survives by selling the father's moonshine, which they make in secret. However, when the family's secret is discovered by a new schoolteacher, Kiser Pease (played by Harry Dean Stanton), he blackmails them into giving him a share of the profits.
Mary Call, along with her siblings, Roy Luther (played by Jan Smithers), Ima Dean (played by Helen Harmon), and Devola (played by Rebecca Callaway), hatch a plan to outsmart Pease and keep their moonshine profits. Along the way, they face several challenges, including a fire that destroys their home and an encounter with a group of orphaned children who are being sent to different homes.
Despite these obstacles, the Luther family perseveres and learns the importance of sticking together in tough times. The film ends on a hopeful note, with the family coming together to rebuild their home and continue their moonshine operation, but this time without the threat of blackmail hanging over their heads.
Fed up with the growing number of "Naughty-Listers", Santa becomes a superhero dubbed Santaman. Donning a new red suit and a buffet of gadgets that rivals "Batman", Santa sets out to turn those bad apples into do-gooders. His mission proves to be much harder than anticipated after discovering an evil plot to end Christmas all together. With the help of two children who stowed away on his sleigh, Santa and his new friends must find a way to stop the ultimate "Naughty-Lister" before Christmas disappears forever.
Fernando's parents dismiss his concerns as the overactive imagination of a child, but he becomes increasingly convinced that the boy in the mirror is real. He starts to have vivid dreams and hallucinations in which he interacts with the other boy. Despite his parents' protests, Fernando begins to spend more and more time in front of the mirror, trying to communicate with the boy he believes is trapped inside.
As the days go by, Fernando's behavior becomes more and more erratic, and his parents become increasingly worried about his mental state. They take him to a psychiatrist, who diagnoses him with a dissociative disorder and recommends therapy. However, Fernando's belief in the boy in the mirror only grows stronger, and he becomes more determined than ever to find a way to free him.
The film is a haunting exploration of the blurred line between reality and imagination, and the power of belief to shape our perceptions of the world around us. With its surreal imagery and eerie atmosphere, "The Boy in the Mirror" is a thought-provoking and unsettling film that will leave audiences questioning their own perceptions of reality.
B. G. Sharma is a 58-year old widower, and a middle-class man, living in West Delhi. One fine day, the company he has worked for his entire life lays him off. Sharma struggles to cope with this beast called retirement. He keeps finding ways to stay relevant but only ends up getting in his two sons' ways. The only time he really comes into his own is when he is in the kitchen. He is a cook nonpareil, waiting to be discovered, not yet fully aware of his culinary superpower.
Toolsidas is an ace snooker player, who 'only plays for his son'. But after Toolsidas loses in an important tournament to his arch-rival, his son decides to fulfill his father's dream. For this, he enlists the help of former snooker champion Mohammad Salam.
Cast: Idris Elba, James Marsden, Jim Carrey, Ben Schwartz
After settling in Green Hills, Sonic is ready for more freedom, and Tom and Maddie agree to leave him home while they go on vacation. But, no sooner are they gone, when Dr. Robotnik comes back, this time with a new partner, Knuckles, in search for an emerald that has the power to both build and destroy civilizations. Sonic teams up with his own sidekick, Tails, and together they embark on a journey to find the emerald before it falls into the wrong hands. Being directed by Jeff Fowler, and starring Jim Carrey, James Marsden, and Ben Schwartz.
Cast: Mae Whitman, Tara Strong, Grey Griffin, Yvette Nicole Brown
The film features a diverse cast of female superheroes, including Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Bumblebee, Poison Ivy, and Katana. Each character has their own unique personality, powers, and challenges, and the film does a great job of exploring their individual journeys while also highlighting the importance of teamwork and friendship.
The plot of Super Hero High centers around the school's annual Hero of the Year competition, which is a test of strength, skill, and character. The film follows the various superheroes as they compete in a series of challenges, while also dealing with the everyday challenges of being a teenager. Along the way, they learn important lessons about responsibility, self-confidence, and the power of friendship.
One of the strengths of Super Hero High is its empowering messages. The film is full of positive messages about self-acceptance, believing in oneself, and working together to achieve goals. The film's female superheroes are depicted as strong, capable, and confident, and the film encourages viewers to embrace their own unique strengths and abilities.
The film's voice cast is also excellent, with each actor delivering a memorable performance that captures the essence of their character. Grey Griffin, who voices Wonder Woman, is a standout, bringing a combination of strength and vulnerability to the character. The film's other voice actors, including Anais Fairweather as Supergirl and Tara Strong as Harley Quinn, are also excellent.
In conclusion, DC Super Hero Girls: Super Hero High is a fun and empowering introduction to the world of superheroes. With its diverse cast of characters, positive messages, and vibrant animation, the film is a great choice for younger viewers who are just starting to explore the world of superheroes. While the film may not be as complex or nuanced as other superhero films, its focus on inclusivity, self-confidence, and teamwork make it an important addition to the genre, and a must-watch for fans of DC Comics and superheroes in general.
Cast: Kat Graham, Haley Joel Osment, Ben Schwartz, Toks Olagundoye
In Rise of The TMNT: A mysterious stranger arrives from the future with a dire warning, Leo is forced to rise and lead his brothers, Raph, Donnie, and Mikey in a fight to save the world from a terrifying alien species...the Krang.
Cast: Simon Pegg, Whoopi Goldberg, Jane Fonda, Kari Wahlgren
Plagued by bad luck all her life, 18-year-old Sam, a bright-eyed orphan brought up in the care system, is about to enter the real world and move into her new house. And as she bids farewell to her best friend and roommate Hazel, Sam is officially on her own. But it's a jungle out there, especially when you are the unluckiest person in the world. However, as Sam tries to find her feet, preoccupied with doing the right thing, change arrives in the shape of a mysterious black cat and a shiny lucky penny. Now, the sky's the limit. But first things first. Where does luck come from? If Bad Luck is a mirror image of Good Luck, is Sam about to embark on the adventure of a lifetime?
Follows the events of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, with Rose, Rey, Finn, Poe, and Chewbacca looking to relax in the summer sun after their fateful battle with Emperor Palpatine. The galaxy's heroes need a vacation badly, but, as many family vacations often turn out, things don't go according to plan.
Cast: Peter Hermann, Josh Peck, Rhea Perlman, Debra Messing
Following his parents' divorce, 12-year-old Evan Goldman (Eli Golden) uproots from New York City with his mother Jessica (Debra Messing). With his Bar Mitzvah fast approaching, Evan is devastated that he must leave all his friends, his father (Peter Hermann) and his rabbi (Josh Peck) behind. But upon arriving at his grandmother's (Rhea Perlman) house in small-town Walkerton, Indiana, he hatches a plan to win new friends by turning his Bar Mitzvah into the coolest party ever. As an outsider navigating the complicated social circles of his new school, Evan quickly finds out he's not the only one grappling with the all too familiar anxieties of eighth grade. While his new friends Patrice (Gabriella Uhl) and Archie (Jonathan Lengel) fret over the fate of the planet and unrequited love, respectively, popular cheerleader Lucy (Frankie McNellis) desperately plots to stave off a first kiss between her crush Brett (JD McCrary) and best friend Kendra (Lindsey Blackwell). To make matters worse, Evan invites the popular kids to his party-who aren't fans of Patrice. With these competing interests in play, Evan faces the impossible task of bringing everyone happily together in time for his party, or else risk social ruin. Suddenly, turning 13 isn't looking as good as it's cracked up to be.
Cast: Daniel Craig, Kate Winslet, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Art Malik
The film follows the story of a teenage boy named Calvin Fuller, who finds himself transported back in time to the medieval kingdom of Camelot. There, he becomes embroiled in a series of adventures and mishaps as he tries to navigate the unfamiliar and often dangerous world of knights, wizards, and dragons.
With the help of a young Merlin and a beautiful princess named Kate, Calvin sets out to foil the evil plans of the treacherous Lord Belasco and win the heart of his true love.
The movie received mixed reviews upon its release, with some critics praising its lighthearted humor and imaginative premise, while others criticized it for being formulaic and unoriginal. Despite its mixed reception, "A Kid in King Arthur's Court" has developed a following among fans of family-friendly comedies and is often cited as a nostalgic favorite among those who grew up in the 1990s.
Pil is a spunky vagabond girl living in the medieval city of Foggyborough. One day, while sneaking into the castle, Pil witnesses the sinister Regent Tristain casting a spell on Roland, the heir to the throne. Pil realizes it is now up to her to find a way to reverse the spell and save the prince's life. This daring adventure will turn the entire kingdom upside down and teach Pil that nobility can be found in all of us.