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  • Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962)


    1h 37m

    5.5 IMDB

    Cast:  Elvis Presley, Laurel Goodwin, Stella Stevens, Lance LeGault
    Girls! Girls! Girls! is a charming and entertaining musical comedy that showcases the talents of the legendary Elvis Presley. Directed by Norman Taurog, the film tells the story of Ross Carpenter, a struggling fisherman and nightclub performer who finds himself torn between two women. At its heart, Girls! Girls! Girls! is a classic Hollywood romance, with a love triangle that is both sweet and comical. Presley is in top form as Carpenter, delivering some classic musical numbers that will have fans of the King tapping their toes and singing along. But the film is not just about the music. It also explores some deeper themes, such as the struggle to balance personal ambition with family obligations, and the search for meaning and purpose in life. These themes are woven seamlessly into the film's plot, adding a layer of depth and complexity that is often lacking in other musical comedies of the era. The film's supporting cast is also excellent, with standout performances from Stella Stevens and Laurel Goodwin as the two women vying for Carpenter's affections. Their characters are well-drawn and interesting, adding some much-needed substance to what might otherwise have been a flimsy plot. Of course, the real star of the show is Presley himself. His charisma and energy are on full display throughout the film, and his musical performances are some of the most memorable of his career. Fans of Presley will not be disappointed by Girls! Girls! Girls!, which is a classic example of the kind of fun and entertaining films that made him a cultural icon. Overall, Girls! Girls! Girls! is a delightful and entertaining musical comedy that is sure to put a smile on your face. With its catchy soundtrack, memorable performances, and charming storyline, it is a film that is sure to stand the test of time.
  • Heathers: The Musical (2022)


    1h 37m

    7.4 IMDB

    Veronica Sawyer does her best to survive her senior year while navigating the beautiful but cruel Heathers, the new to school Jason "J.D." Dean, and the constant pressure to fit in with everyone else.
  • Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return (2013)

    Cast:  Martin Short, Hugh Dancy, Kelsey Grammer, Patrick Stewart
    The world of Oz is back with Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return, a fantastic animated musical adventure that will take audiences on a journey through the magical land of Oz. This delightful film is a sequel to the classic 1939 film The Wizard of Oz and is based on the book Dorothy of Oz by Roger S. Baum. The movie features a star-studded cast, including Lea Michele, Dan Aykroyd, Kelsey Grammer, and Jim Belushi, and offers a magical experience for all ages. The movie follows Dorothy Gale (Lea Michele) as she returns to Oz to find it in chaos. The evil Jester (Martin Short) has taken over the kingdom and is wreaking havoc on the inhabitants. With the help of her old friends Scarecrow (Dan Aykroyd), Tin Man (Kelsey Grammer), and Cowardly Lion (Jim Belushi), Dorothy sets out to save Oz from the Jester's evil reign. As they journey through Oz, they meet new friends, including the candy-loving Marshal Mallow (Hugh Dancy), the wise and powerful China Princess (Megan Hilty), and the unpredictable Tugg (Patrick Stewart), who becomes their unlikely ally. Together, they must face dangerous challenges and overcome obstacles to save Oz and its inhabitants from the Jester's wrath. One of the things that sets Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return apart from other animated movies is its stunning animation. The film's creators have brought the world of Oz to life in beautiful detail, creating a vibrant and colorful world that will enchant audiences of all ages. The musical numbers are also a highlight of the film, with catchy tunes that will have audiences singing and dancing in their seats. Lea Michele is the perfect choice for the role of Dorothy, bringing a youthful energy and charm to the character. Dan Aykroyd, Kelsey Grammer, and Jim Belushi also deliver excellent performances as Scarecrow, Tin Man, and Cowardly Lion, respectively. Martin Short is a standout as the villainous Jester, bringing a menacing presence to the character that will make audiences root for Dorothy and her friends even more. Overall, Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return is a wonderful movie that will delight audiences of all ages. Its charming characters, beautiful animation, and catchy musical numbers make it a must-see for fans of the original Wizard of Oz movie and anyone looking for a magical adventure. So, grab some popcorn and get ready to join Dorothy and her friends on a journey through the magical land of Oz!
  • Annie (1982)


    1h 37m

    6.6 IMDB

    Cast:  Tim Curry, Greta Garbo, Geoffrey Holder, Shawnee Smith
    Based on the hit Broadway musical. Young orphan Annie has lived a hard knock life in an anything but happy orphanage run by the ruthless matriarch Miss Agatha Hannigan. She quietly escapes her orphanage and sets out to find her parents, who she believe will claim her as their own with a broken locket. Her path leads her to be placed in the care of eccentric billionaire Oliver Warbucks. After a few days, Warbucks realizes that Annie means more to him than life itself. But Miss Hannigan, along with crooks Rooster and Lily plots to do away with Annie and will stop at nothing to reclaim her.
  • Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers (2004)

    Cast:  Jim Cummings, Frank Welker, Tress MacNeille, Jeff Bennett
    Parisian screw-up urchins Mickey, Donald, and Goofy can barely keep out of trouble for a day, but since gallant musketeer saved Mickey and gave him his plumed hat as a token they may one day join the glorious French royal elite regiment, they dream of enlisting. Guards captain Peg-leg, who dreams of usurping the throne, cruelly laughs them away as butterfingers midgets of no use. yet, when haughty Minnie, whom he needs to wed to legitimate his coup, demands her own bodyguard, which mighty actually protect her, he decides to enlist and propose the bumbling trio, confident he and masked accomplices can easily eliminate and blame those.
  • Home on the Range (2004)

    Cast:  Patrick Warburton, Jennifer Tilly, Steve Buscemi, Judi Dench
    Alameda Slim (Randy Quaid), a wanted cattle rustler, uses an alias to buy up properties all over western Nebraska, and his next target is the Patch of Heaven dairy farm, where the widow owner cares more for her "family" of yard animals than she does for profit. She just doesn't have the cash to keep in business or to prevent Slim from taking her farm. The animals, mainly carefree youngsters, are unable to help, however, three cows of very different temperaments rise to the desperate occasion and set out to do battle for their dream home. They team up with the Sheriff's megalomaniac horse and any other animal who can possibly help, even a crazy lucky rabbit and an invincible buffalo.
  • La La Land (2016)

    Cast:  Sonoya Mizuno, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, J.K. Simmons
    Aspiring actress serves lattes to movie stars in between auditions and jazz musician Sebastian scrapes by playing cocktail-party gigs in dingy bars. But as success mounts, they are faced with decisions that fray the fragile fabric of their love affair, and the dreams they worked so hard to maintain in each other threaten to rip them apart.
  • FernGully: The Last Rainforest (1992)

    Cast:  Robin Williams, Tim Curry, Pamela Adlon, Christian Slater
    The fairies live in a peaceful place in the forest called FernGully, which has been protected for many years by Magi Lune (Grace Zabriskie), a wise fairy with strong powers. Her granddaughter Crysta (Samantha Mathis) is a charming, beautiful fairy that is very intrigued about the world outside of FernGully. She, along with the other fairies in the forest, does not believe humans exist, and are only in stories, until a crazy bat by the name of Batty Koda (Robin Williams), comes and tells them all of these crazy stories about how he was captured by humans and experimented on. At first, no one believes him except Crysta, and she is determined to find out if humans are real. She goes to a place called Mount Warning, where the evil shadow of destruction, Hexxus (Tim Curry), is known to be trapped, and finds a human named Zak (Jonathan Ward). When he is almost crushed by a tree, Crysta accidentally shrinks him to fairy-size and he falls on a tree that is about to be devoured by "The Leveller". "The Leveller" is a wood-cutting machine that has been cutting down every tree the humans have been putting red Xs on. Crysta saves Zak from "The Leveller", which she thinks is just a monster, but she cannot properly un-shrink him. To avoid her being mad at him, Zak tells her that the red Xs keep the monster back, instead of for what they are really there, which is to pick which trees to cut down. They decide to take Zak to Magi Lune, so she can un-shrink him. On the way, Zak sees the forest really for the first time with all of its beauty and life. Back toward Mount Warning, the humans have accidentally released Hexxus, who is set on destroying FernGully, he uses "The Leveller" to cut down all of the trees to FernGully. When Crysta, Zak, and Batty Koda make it back to FernGully, the fairies cannot believe that Zak is really a human, and they're all excited to see him and learn about him. The only one who is truly worried is Magi Lune. She goes to check on the path to FernGully and sees that it is beginning to be destroyed and Hexxus is coming this way. She shows Crysta the red Xs and tells her the trees cannot be saved. With Hexxus drawing closer and closer to FernGully, Magi Lune calls for all of the fairies to come around to tells them of the danger. She uses the last of her magic to try and protect FernGully.
  • The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking (1988)

    Cast:  Frank Welker, Eileen Brennan, Dennis Dugan, John Schuck
    After her father's ship is carried off by a sudden storm, the spunky Pippi Longstocking is stranded with her horse, Alfonso, and monkey, Mr. Nilsson, and takes up residence in the old family home, which is thought by neighborhood children to be haunted. Soon, two children, Tommy and Annika, venture into the house only to meet up with Pippi. The three soon become friends and get into various adventures together, including cleaning the floor with scrubbing shoes, dodging the "splunks", going down a river in barrels, and helping Pippi with the problem of having to go to a children's home. Older children will probably get the most out of this movie.
  • Jailhouse Rock (1957)


    1h 37m

    6.5 IMDB

    Cast:  Elvis Presley, Judy Tyler, Dean Jones, Bill Hickman
    Vince Everett is serving a one-year jail sentence for manslaughter. While in the big house, his cellmate, a former country singer, introduces him to the record business. Everett takes to it so well that he decides to become a singer when he gets out. However, he is quickly disillusioned by the record business. But with the help of a new friend, he decides to form his own label, and soon becomes an overnight sensation. But when he becomes a superstar, will his desire for fame and money cause him to forget the people who got him there?
  • The Rugrats Movie (1998)

    Cast:  Tim Curry, Whoopi Goldberg, Tara Strong, Elizabeth Daily
    Tommy Pickles (Elizabeth Daily) faces responsiblity when Dylan Pickles (Tara Strong), his new baby brother is born. As with all newborns, the child becomes a bane to Tommy and the rest of his gang. Even Philip Deville (Kath Soucie) and litt don't like them. So they decide to return Dylan to where he came from, the hospital. But they get lost along the way, lost, and get into even more trouble with a circus. Can they find their way home and can Tommy and Dylan just get along?
  • Athena (1954)


    1h 37m

    5.9 IMDB

    Cast:  Debbie Reynolds, Kathleen Freeman, Vic Damone, Ray Collins
    Attorney, Purdom, and singer, Damone, romance two sisters, Reynolds and Powell, who live with and are strongly influenced by eccentric, health oriented and star gazing grandparents.
  • Girl Crazy (1943)


    1h 37m

    6.8 IMDB

    Cast:  Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Don Taylor, Peter Lawford
    Rich kid Danny Churchill (Rooney) has a taste for wine, women, and song, but not for higher education. So his father ships him to an all-male college out West where there's not supposed to be a female for miles. But before Danny arrives, he spies a pair of legs extending out from under a stalled roadster. They belong to the Dean's granddaughter, Ginger Gray (Garland), who is more interested in keeping the financially-strapped college open than falling for Danny's romantic line. At least at first.—Shawn Ashley
  • Rocketman (2019)


    1h 37m

    7.3 IMDB

    Cast:  Bryce Dallas Howard, Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell, Richard Madden
    The film starts with superstar rocker Elton Hercules John (Taron Egerton) walking into a room while wearing a gaudy orange devil-type outfit like he's about to perform. It turns out he is really attending a group meeting for addicts. He sits down to join the group and explains that he is a drug and sex addict, plus an alcoholic, and he wants to get better before it gets worse. The group coordinator asks Elton to talk about his childhood.Starting with a series of flashbacks, Elton, then known simply as his birth name Reginald Kenneth "Reggie" Dwight (here played by Matthew Illesley), was a shy but polite child living in suburban Middlesex county in the 1950s ("The Bitch is Back") with his emotionally vacant mother Sheila Eileen (Bryce Dallas Howard) and more loving grandmother Ivy (Gemma Jones). His domineering father Stanley (Steven Mackintosh) is even worse than his mother, as he constantly controls his son's actions and doesn't even bother with showing him affection. Reggie then starts to take an interest in music, and so Sheila and Ivy sign him up for piano lessons.In a jump forward to the 1960s, as a teenager (now played by Kit Connor), Reggie starts to attend a music academy in London to improve his skills. At one point, Reggie catches Sheila in a car with another man, Fred (Tom Bennett). Stanley finds out and uses it as an opportunity to leave for good. Reggie is distraught that Stanley didn't even bother to say goodbye to him.Reggie then plays at a nearby pub in front of Sheila and Ivy, plus a bunch of rude drunks. He shows off his talent ("Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting") and grows into a performer where he joins his own band, Bluesology. The group gets booked to do shows for two quid a week each. They meet and play with another musician named Wilson (Jason Pennycooke) and his group. Reggie takes notes from him, and also starts to take his sexuality into account when Wilson kisses him before a show one night. Reggie even considers changing his name, taking "Elton" from the band's sax player Elton Dean (Evan Walsh), who doesn't approve of Reggie taking the name idea.Reggie then answers an ad from music executive Ray Williams (Charlie Rowe) and meets with him. He plays a bit of the piano for him and impresses Ray, and when he asks his name, Reggie officially calls himself Elton John (taking "John" from a framed picture of The Beatles' John Lennon). Ray's boss Dick James (Stephen Graham) comes in and orders Ray out of his office. Before Elton leaves, Ray gives him a folder with written songs in it and tells him to look them over.Now officially known as Elton John, he then contacts the songs' writer, Bernie Taupin (Jamie Bell). The two meet for the first time in a restaurant where they express a shared love for music by singing "Streets of Laredo". The two live separately and collaborate for music, but when they present the songs to Dick, he calls it all rubbish and suggests the two live together so that they can work together and know how to write better music. Elton and Bernie then find a place to live in, and Elton begins to see their landlady, Arabella. However, Wilson and his band-mates know Elton is actually gay. He asks Bernie if he would have a problem with that, and Bernie sincerely tells him he has no problem with it. Unfortunately, when Arabella finds out, she kicks both men out, forcing them to go back and live with Sheila.Elton and Bernie start to create music that Dick loves ("Your Song"), and he books them shows in America at The Troubadour. They travel with Ray and meet the club's manager Doug Weston (Tate Donovan). Just before their debut performance, Elton hides in the bathroom and gets nervous when he hears that already established acts are performing before him, but Ray and Bernie make him go out to play. Elton gets behind the piano and starts to play "Crocodile Rock", which the whole audience loves and joins him onstage to dance to. Later, the guys attend a party at Mama Cass's where Elton meets music producer John Reid (Richard Madden). He liked what he heard from Elton, but also appears to have more than a musical interest in him. The two go to a room where they have sex.Upon returning to the UK, Elton and Bernie part ways with a dismayed Dick and Ray to start working for Reid. He helps build Elton's career and helps him skyrocket to superstar status. Meanwhile, Elton continues to struggle with personal problems. He pays Stanley a visit in his new home and sees that he has two young sons that he seems to care for more than he ever did with Elton. Stanley shows Elton that he has a record of his and asks if he could sign it, but rather for a co-worker of his instead of himself. As Elton leaves Stanley for the last time, he sees the man pick up one of his sons affectionately, bringing Elton to tears. In the present day as he recounts this, he becomes angered and throws his chair, and also starts to gradually shed his outfit.Elton is seen recording "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" with Kiki Dee (Rachel Muldoon), but he has them take a quick break so that he and Reid can have sex in a nearby room.On their way to a show, Elton orders the driver to stop a car so he can run to a phone booth and call Sheila to come out to her. She says she has always known and doesn't really care about it, but she tells her son that he is choosing to be alone forever. After the call, Reid shows his more abusive and controlling side by ordering Elton to get himself together and perform. Elton even later catches him receiving a blowjob from his secretary. To hide his sorrows and insecurities, Elton starts to drink, do drugs, and wear flashy but ridiculous outfits.Elton starts to become more emotionally unstable and depressed. During a party, he takes a handful of pills and a large swig of vodka before going to the pool to announce to everyone that he is going to kill himself. He falls into the pool and lets himself sink to the bottom where he sees a vision of himself as a child playing "Rocketman". The other party-goers and medics pull Elton out of the water and have his stomach pumped. This transitions to him performing "Rocketman" in concert.Sometime later in the 1980's, Elton meets Renate Blauel (Celine Schoenmaker) and later marries her, but the marriage quickly proves to be a loveless sham, and they divorce soon enough.Elton finds out that Reid has been skimming money from his record sales. He wants to get rid of John, but the smug prick reminds him that he'll still be collecting his 20% even if Elton kills himself. Elton later has dinner with Sheila and Fred (whom she has long since married), which turns sour quick when they get into an argument, and Sheila says she has always found being his mother to be an embarrassment. This carries over to Elton and Bernie getting into a fight.Elton is set to perform at Madison Square Garden in the devil outfit he was seen in earlier, but as he starts to do some coke, his nose starts to bleed. Realizing he has a serious problem, he bails from the concert and heads to the group therapy session. With him finished telling his story, he then has a vision of every major person in his life (Sheila, Stanley, Ivy, Bernie, and Reid) talking to him. Ivy remains encouraging, and Elton says he no longer cares for his parents' opinions. He also doesn't feel controlled by Reid anymore, and he remains firm in his friendship with Bernie. He then sees his younger self and gives him the hug he always wanted. Elton later stays in a rehab center where he is visited by Bernie, who calls Elton his brother.Elton later gets better and continues to perform ("I'm Still Standing").The final text states that Elton John has been sober for nearly 30 years. He organized a charity for people around the world with AIDS, and he has found love for the last 25 years with David Furnish. He and Bernie Taupin have been collaborating for the last 50 years, and they remain great friends to this day. Elton has recently retired from touring to focus on raising his sons Zachary and Elijah with David.
  • Romance on the High Seas (1948)

    Cast:  Doris Day, Don DeFore, S.Z. Sakall, Janis Paige
    Socialite Elvira Kent suspects her husband of fooling around with other women. When he announces he can't join her on their scheduled ocean voyage, she hires a nightclub singer, Georgia Garrett, to pose as her on the cruise. Elvira stays at a hotel near home so she can spy on her husband. She's unaware, however, that her husband has hired a detective, Peter Virgil, to keep an eye on her at sea. Of course, Peter doesn't realize that Georgia is not Mrs. Kent...—Daniel Bubbeo