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  • Genre:  Action, Comedy, Drama, Musical
    Release Year: 2020
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 5.7 IMDB
    Cast:  Sofia Wylie, Olivia Rodrigo, Joshua Bassett, Kate Reinders

    The cast of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (2019) share anecdotes of memorable holidays from their childhoods, best presents, favorite traditions, family photos, and New Year's resolutions.

  • Release Year: 1952
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.5 IMDB
    Cast:  Jesse White, Paul Frees, Donna Corcoran, Lock Martin

    Million Dollar Mermaid tells the story of Australian swimming sensation Annette Kellerman, who overcame childhood polio to go on and achieve fame as a professional swimmer and film star in the early decades of the 20th century. At the same time, she scandalized the world by wearing a one-piece bathing suit on public beaches long before the style was accepted in polite company, and made waves in other ways as well. The story was a perfect vehicle decades later to showcase the star quality of Esther Williams in the 1950s, and Kellerman's moniker was picked up by Life Magazine when it named Ms. Williams the "Million Dollar Mermaid" herself.—Tedosan

  • Genre:  Action, Music, Musical
    Release Year: 2020
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7 IMDB
    Cast:  Benjamin Bratt, Alanna Ubach, Eva Longoria, Luis Gerardo Méndez

    A concert style performance at the Hollywood Bowl with some of the cast of Coco and singers and dancers. A vibrant celebration of culture, love, family, and music.

  • Genre:  Drama, Musical, Action
    Release Year: 2013
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.5 IMDB

    The Nightingale of Tibet is a musical biopic about the life of opera singer Yiga Gyalnang, played by Tibetan singer Namgyal Lhamo. The movie follows the perilous journey of the singer as she escapes illegal detention in an underground Tibetan prison cell to make it across the border to Nepal and eventually to Europe where she finds international acclaim and success.—Ethosphere Entertainment

  • Release Year: 2020
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 5.1 IMDB

    The aging Khan, Lion King of the Jungle Kingdom, must retire. His son Prince Shazad should inherit the throne, but the animals have a different idea - Democracy. King Khan reluctantly agrees to an election, thinking Shazad will win easily. But not so fast. A poor donkey named Mangu, a laborer and a dreamer, is the surprising Animal's Choice and becomes their newly-elected king.—Janson Media

  • Release Year: 1951
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.7 IMDB
    Cast:  John Brascia, Amzie Strickland, Fred Astaire, Keenan Wynn

    Tom and Ellen Bowen are a brother and sister dance act whose show closes in New York. Their agent books them in London for the same period as the Royal Wedding. They travel by ship where Ellen meets and becomes involved with Lord John Brindale. This causes her to miss a rehearsal. Tom (Astaire) uses the time to dance with a hat rack and gym equipment. Later Tom and Ellen attempt a graceful dance number as the ship rolls. Upon arrival Tom holds auditions and meets Anne. There is much indecision by the siblings about their romantic partners even though they are in-the-clouds. Tom dances on the walls and ceiling of his hotel room. All ends well in this light musical. By the way, there is a vaudeville-style dance number in their show that features slapstick. It's a hoot.—Paul Corr

  • Release Year: 1955
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.8 IMDB
    Cast:  Angela Lansbury, Harry Guardino, Herbert Rudley, John Carradine

    The throne of rightful King of England, the small baby with the purple pimpernel birthmark, has been usurped by the evil King Roderick I (Cecil Parker). Only the Black Fox (Edward Ashley) can restore the true King to the throne - and all he needs is the King's key to a secret tunnel. And while he's trying to steal it, someone has to change the King's diapers. The task falls to Hubert Hawkins (Danny Kaye), the gentlest member of the Fox's band. The Fox's Lieutenant, Maid Jean (Glynis Johns), guards Hawkins and the baby while they travel, but when they meet the King's new jester on the road, they decide to initiate a daring plan for Hawkins to replace him, become an intimate at the court, and steal the key. So, humble Hawkins becomes Giacomo: the King of jesters and jester to the King. But things begin to get zany when the King's daughter falls for Giacomo, the King falls for Jean, people randomly sing what are supposed to be recognition codes, and a witch with very effective spells (and poison pellets) begins to interfere.—Kathy Li

  • Release Year: 2014
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 4.6 IMDB

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  • Genre:  Comedy, Musical, Action
    Release Year: 1954
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 5.4 IMDB
    Cast:  Jean Shepherd, Eartha Kitt, Carol Lawrence, Robert Clary

    Just as the musical revue New Faces is about to begin its first performance, comedian and producer Ronny Graham is hounded by the show's impatient creditor, Mr. Dee. Ronny asks French singer Robert Clary if he has seen his girl friend, Virginia de Luce Clayborn, whose rich Texan father has promised to back the show. When Virginia arrives, however, she sadly tells Ronny that her father has given her only half the money he promised, and will not supply the rest until after he has seen her performance. Desperate to stall Dee, Ronny tells Robert to "handle" him, and the diminutive Robert locks Dee in a closet, then joins the rest of the cast for the opening number. Following the first number, Eartha Kitt sings "C'est si bon," after which Virginia makes her first appearance. Although Virginia only sings one song, "He Takes Me off His Income Tax," and introduces the skits, she tries hard to perfect her skills, and Robert expresses his pride. The first skit, "Crazy, Man!" features Ronny as a "hep" musician named Dazz Rocco, who is investigated by a Senate committee exploring the potentially harmful effects of "be-bop." After revealing that he stays awake for four days at a time with the help of Benzadrine, Dazz charms the senators into joining his bohemian lifestyle. Robert then sings "Lucky Pierre" and is followed by June Carroll, who sings "Penny Candy" and reminisces about her childhood love of sweets. After watching Alice Ghostley perform "Boston Beguine," during which she describes a youthful, doomed romance, Robert goes backstage, where Virginia reveals that her father is opposed to her acting career. Robert confesses his love in French, but Virginia, who does not understand him, worries that she will have to return to her tiny hometown in Texas. Robert then returns onstage to join Eartha and Rosemary O'Reilly in singing "Love Is a Simple Thing," after which Ronny performs a skit entitled "Oedipus Goes South," in which he plays a Southern writer named Herman Kaput. Herman reads a passage from his latest book, then tells the audience: "a lot of literary critics have been telling y'all that I'm an unhealthy author. I ain't unhealthy, folks, I'm sick!" The next number presents Alice and June as spinster sisters singing "Time for Tea," after which Robert plays a painter and sings "Alouette." Next, Eartha asks Santa Claus to bring her jewels and furs in "Santa Baby," after which the company performs "Waltzing in Venice" and "Take off the Mask," about a masquerade ball in Venice. Backstage, Ronny meets Mr. Clayborn and begs him for the rest of the money, but the hearty Texan insists that he must see how Virginia does in the second half of the show before he will fully fund it. The next skit, "Trip of the Month," features Paul Lynde as a bedraggled traveler who won a jungle safari to the Congo, where he was beset by various disasters, including the loss of his wife. The following number, "It's Raining Memories," is performed by Robert, and after Eartha sings the exotic "Uska Dara," Robert sings "I'm in Love with Miss Logan," about a school boy who is infatuated with his teacher. "Of Fathers and Sons," the next skit, features Paul as "Harry the Heel," a down-on-his-luck pickpocket who hopes that his scholarly son Stanley will follow in his larcenous footsteps. Harry's desire seems destined to remain unfulfilled until Stanley turns him into the police for the reward money, and Harry gleefully realizes that his son has a treacherous streak after all. As Robert and Virginia watch backstage, he assures her that everything will be all right, and she accepts his marriage proposal. The company then performs "Lizzie Borden," after which Eartha and Robert duet on "Bal Petit Bal." Pleased with Virginia's performance, Clayborn gives Ronny the rest of the money, but when Virginia tells him that she is engaged, Clayborn mistakes the tall Ronny for her fiance. Clayborn faints upon hearing that tiny Robert is to be his son-in-law, and while Virginia tends to her father, Eartha performs "Monotonous." After carrying Robert onstage to protect him from the enraged Dee, Virginia joins the company in performing their finale.

  • Genre:  Action, Drama, Musical, Romance
    Release Year: 2021
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.1 IMDB

    A rhythm and blues superstar tries to put his life back together after losing everything.

  • Release Year: 1957
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.7 IMDB
    Cast:  Doris Day, Barbara Nichols, Reta Shaw

    Employees of the Sleeptite Pajama Factory are looking for a whopping seven-and-a-half cent an hour increase and they won't take no for an answer. Babe Williams is their feisty employee representative but she may have found her match in shop superintendent Sid Sorokin. When the two get together they wind up discussing a whole lot more than job actions!

  • Genre:  Drama, Musical
    Release Year: 2021
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 3.2 IMDB
    Cast:  Kate Hudson, Juliette Lewis, Leslie Odom Jr., Ben Schwartz

    Zu is newly sober and finding her way in the world when she receives news that she is to become the sole guardian of her half-sister named Music, a young girl on the autism spectrum. The film explores two of Sia's favorite themes -- finding your voice and what it means to create family.

  • Release Year: 1969
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.9 IMDB
    Cast:  Shirley MacLaine, Ricardo Montalban, Lance LeGault, Bud Cort

    Taxi dancer Charity continues to have Faith in the human race despite apparently endless disappointments at its hands, and Hope that she will finally meet the nice young man to romance her away from her sleazy life. Maybe, just maybe, handsome Oscar will be the one to do it.—Jeremy Perkins {J-26}

  • Release Year: 1996
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.3 IMDB
    Cast:  Antonio Banderas, Billie Piper, Jonathan Pryce, Madonna

    High-flying, adored! The film adaptation of the hit Broadway musical depicting the infamous real-life story of Eva "Evita" Duarte de Peron, the wife of President Juan Peron, who rose from poverty to become the most famous Argentine woman in history. Her huge political influence and constant charity works earned her scorn and fear from the military and upper classes but adoration and love from the workers and descamisados. Evita's legendary life is displayed before your eyes as the most hated and most beloved woman in Argentina.

  • Release Year: 2006
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.1 IMDB
    Cast:  Paula Patton, Terrence Howard, Ving Rhames, Patti LaBelle

    A musical set in the Prohibition-era American South, where a speakeasy performer and club manager Rooster must contend with gangsters who have their eyes on the club while his piano player and partner Percival must choose between his love, Angel or his obligations to his father.