An Indiana single mother and her wheelchair bound son live on a farm that has not produced crops for years. Suddenly the land becomes fertile and blossoms, but so do the neighbors ...
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Robert J. Bennett,
Epic miniseries about a proud Irish farmer who migrates to America, tired of English repression and the Great Famine. He works hard and even meets the Englishwoman he once loved. The couple reunites. Then the American Civil War breaks out.
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Boston in the 1920s. A young East Coast debutante is dating the most eligible bachelor in the world, John D. Rockefeller III. Her future seems set: a dream life in the upper echelons of ... See full summary »
Julie Lynn Mortensen,
An Indiana single mother and her wheelchair bound son live on a farm that has not produced crops for years. Suddenly the land becomes fertile and blossoms, but so do the neighbors imaginations. In fact, the reason for the sudden growth turns out to be extra-terrestrial. Written by
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or would "Close Encounters of the Second Kind" in the "Field of Dreams" between the "Children of the Corn" and "The Monolith Monsters" be a more appropriate title? I watched this one on a German TV channel last night without hoping for much even with Corbin Bernsen in it, but "Riddler's Moon" turned out to be a nice little sci-fi fantasy with believable and sympathetic characters in rural surroundings and one not so sympathetic one. It used familiar elements from several older films, mixed them a little differently and the result was this little winner.
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