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What Would Bear Do?
Two ill-prepared slacker buddies head into the wilderness hoping their documented exploits catch the eye of their reality television survival idol, Bear. They should have left their girlfriends at home.
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
A troubled child summons the courage to help a friendly alien escape Earth and return to his home-world.
Honduran teenager Sayra reunites with her father, an opportunity for her to potentially realize her dream of a life in the U.S...
Whacked Out Videos
(2008 TV series)
Whacked Out Videos premiered on My Network TV on January 2, 2008. A funny look at the bizarre, weird...
The Wiggles: Space Dancing
The Wiggles blast off on their greatest adventure yet, encountering great friends along the way...
Universal Soldier: Regeneration
With stolen top-secret technology, terrorists have created a next-generation Universal Soldier - an...
Spring Break Shark Attack
(2005 TV movie)
Killer sharks invade the waters off the Florida coast as co-eds celebrate spring break.
M.D. Selig's feature thriller, SOUTHERN JUSTICE throws ex-military sniper Slim Manning into the gritty...
(2004 TV series)
The host for Epic America travels the country scouting and finding extreme sports that have become quite popular...
(2004 TV series)
This series will profile athletes and in action sports and the unique and historical people who shaped these sports we love. The extreme sports world is filled with men, women, and children who have built their own personal legacies.
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|12||Silenced Witness (1998 video)|
|13||Svara: A Brooks Institute Documentary Project to South India (2009 documentary)|
|14||Web Mystery (1999 video game)|
|15||Prank Call (????)|
|16||Dungeon Warrior: Legend of the Blue Diamond (2015 video game)|
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