Thursday, September 27, 2012
Popcorn and a Movie
In GONE TO TEXAS--Sam Elliott is Texas Revolutionary Sam Houston in this sweeping epic of warring nations, patriotic pride, and the adventure and danger of the untamed West. After resigning as Tennessee Governor amid scandal and disgrace, Houston lived among the Cherokee before learning that war was inevitable for Texas to become an independent state. An American hero of the West, Sam Houston led the fight for Texas' independence-—this is the story of a courageous man and, in the name of freedom, the battle he waged for a million acres of land.
In BLUE RIVER--Based on the novel by Ethan Canin, Blue River depicts the powerful events that unfold in a small Wisconsin town, driving two teenage brothers apart. The story begins when Lawrence Sellers (Jerry O'Connell), a homeless drifter, unexpectedly shows up at the home of his brother Edward (Neal McDonough), a successful doctor, and the two are forced to travel back to their youth and remember the deadly circumstances of their breach. Co-Starring Sam Elliott.
In his homeland of Alagaesia, a farm boy happens upon a dragon's egg -- a discovery that leads him on a predestined journey where he realized he's the one person who can defend his home against an evil king.
A ranger (Michael Biehn) and his 16 year old nephew (Shane Meier) struggle to save a wolf from a rancher (Roy Scheider), who is out to kill it.
Jamey Meadows is a convict just released from prison, hoping to live a straight life on the outside. His brother tries to reenlist him into the crime world, but Jamey resists, getting a job as a census taker. Through this job he meets Chun Hua, a Chinese immigrant. Despite all of their problems, the two seem to fall in love, but their worlds insist on keeping them apart...
A divorced woman falls in love with a mentally-disabled man, but his family objects to their relationship.
In the future, a cop goes after a gang of slave traders.
Cory is a young boy who has just moved into a new house with his mom. He develops a relationship with an "imaginary" friend who lives in his closet. No one believes him until people start dying violently and the "imaginary" friend becomes all too real.
Disney's adorable talking puppies are back, and this time they venture to the frosty arctic and team up with new friends in a thrilling dogsled race across Alaska.
In Molly and Lawless John--The wife of a brutal sheriff falls for a condemned prisoner. She helps him escape. Together they do their best to elude the sheriff who has vowed to get his wife back and to take vengeance on the outlaw.
In Blue River--Based on the novel by Ethan Canin, Blue River depicts the powerful events that unfold in a small Wisconsin town, driving two teenage brothers apart. The story begins when Lawrence Sellers (Jerry O'Connell), a homeless drifter, unexpectedly shows up at the home of his brother Edward (Neal McDonough), a successful doctor, and the two are forced to travel back to their youth and remember the deadly circumstances of their breach. Co-Starring Sam Elliott.
Ten-year-old Mac is looking forward to a Florida vacation with his busy dad, but a sudden emergency propels them to an isolated Canadian lake, where the crash of an oil company helicopter has caused heads (and one extremely large tail) to turn. While his father spends the day locating a drill that was on board the helicopter, Mac makes friends with an elderly woman, who tells him about the "Mee-Shee," a local Loch Ness Monster-esque legend. When he meets Pawnee, a local Native American girl, together they discover that the grumpy Mee-Shee actually exists.