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WWJD The Journey Continues
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The journey continues from WWJD as the drifter (John Schneider) arrives into a new town - inspiring a group of people to live as Jesus would.
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Mother of Mine
This tearjerker played to acclaim at the Toronto Film Festival. During WWII, a 9 year-old boy finds himself torn between his birth mother and the surrogate desparate to protect him.
A Horse For Danny
1995 Family, Drama
A feisty young girl, raised by her horse trainer uncle, helps him gain his self esteem when she cooks up a scheme to buy a racehorse.
Brave New Girl
2004 Drama, Family, Music
Based on the novel A Mothers Gift by Britney and Lynne Spears, the film follows wannabe star Holly as she embarks on a determined mission to become a successful singer. Despite her talent and drive she soon finds the journey will not be an easy one.
I Love Your Moves
Ari has just moved from his home in Russia to America to live with his mother and his grandfather. An awkward teen, Ari has trouble making friends, fitting in and generally adapting to his new American life. But everything changes when he falls in love with Paris, who’s not only the most popular girl in school but also a champion ballroom dancer. In order to get closer to Paris, Ari decides to join the school’s ballroom dance program. What he doesn’t know is that his grandfather is in fact Goran Kiev, perhaps the greatest ballroom dancer who ever lived, and Ari appears to have inherited his grandfather’s incredible talent. When Paris realizes that Ari is a natural on the dance floor, she sees her ticket to the Regional Championships and a scholarship to the New York dance academies. Standing in their way, however, is their dance teacher, Della, who just happens to be the spurned former partner of Kiev, as well as Dolby, Paris’ jealous and violent boyfriend. Despite the obstacles on their path to happiness and success, Ari and Paris soon realize that the most important rule of ballroom dancing is – NEVER STOP DANCING!
2012 Comedy, Drama
When a woman learns of her high school reunion a week before Christmas, she's ecstatic to finally have her chance to win back the one "that got away".
A classic coming of age story in which a boy from a poor rural family adopts an orphaned fawn, but must kill it when it starts to eat his family's precious crops.
Can't Be Heaven
Danny learns that true love is magical. This refreshing and unique coming-of-age story unites three generations through a universal experience that is shared by all ages... falling in love. Danny is a 12-year-old, lonely and missing his dead father, living with his Mom and Grandmother, when a mysterious musician appears in his life giving him advice on music, growing up and girls. Only problem is, no one else can see him...
Cave Of The Yellow Dog
A nomadic Mongolian family find themselves in disagreement when the oldest daughter, Nansaa, finds a small dog and brings it home.
The Christmas Box
Richard Thomas (The Waltons) and Maureen O'Hara (Miracle on 34th Street) star in this holiday heartwarmer based on Richard Paul Evans' novel. A family, boarding at the home of a wealthy lady, finds a box and learns how precious every moment of life is.
The Night They Saved Christmas
In this '80s holiday classic starring Jaclyn Smith and Art Carney, a mother and her three children find themselves on a wondrous journey to the North Pole, where they alone can save Santa Claus and his massive toy factory from destruction.
Pengi and Sommi
Winter has come to the South Pole for the Emperor Penguins. Can just-hatched babies Pengi and Sommi stick together, overcome nature's hardships, and become full-grown Emperors?
25 Heartwarming Holiday TV Moments
25 Most Heartwarming Holiday Moments goes from A Very Brady Christmas to The Grinch Who Stole Christmas and we examine the comedies and classics that are perennial holiday favorites.
Getting to the Nutcracker
Every Christmas The Nutcracker is performed in cities around the world. What does it take to produce this timeless ballet? Witness the passion of young dancers, from auditions to the final, triumphant performance.
Nutcracker: The Motion Picture
The colorful holiday classic is finally brought to the big screen, designed by famed children's story author and artist Maurice Sendak, and written for the first time to be as close as possible to the original story. A lavish, exciting and heart-warming celebration of dance, of music, and of life. Based upon the Pacific Northwest Ballet's original production.
When her abducted son finally returns home after five years, Ann Richter feels as if her prayers have been answered. But her nightmare is far from over when she is confronted with the emotional and mental trauma her son has endured.
2013 Romance, Drama, Family
In a twist on the classic Beauty and the Beast tale, Isabelle is all beauty--on the outside. A glamour-queen socialite, she spends her days spoiling herself and spending money like it's going out of style. When Isabelle injures herself and gets lost in an isolated winter land, she stumbles on the solitude of Jeremy, a man hiding from both the world and his past. He's the first person to put Isabelle in her place, and Isabelle realizes she might be more beast than she wants to admit. Through Jeremy's influence, she begins to change--and fall in love. But will she revert to the beast and give up her chance at real love when she returns home?
WWJD II: The WOODCARVER
A troubled teenage boy helps an aging wood carver finish an impossibly difficult job, as the old man helps bring his family back to each other and back to God.
Much Ado About Nothing
Shakespeare's funny, sexy side comes out in this comedy starring Kenneth Branagh, Emma Thompson, Denzel Washington, Kate Beckinsale, and Keanu Reeves. The film tells the story of two couples: confirmed bachelor Benedick and caustic Beatrice, and young Claudio and innocent Hero. Playful bickering defines one couple, whereas romance and betrayal describe the other. Watch for Michael Keaton's brilliant buffoon.