"The Miracle of the Cards" is based on the true story of Marion Shergold and her son, Craig, an eight-year-old English boy who had a brain tumor. Several events convinced Marion that God ... See full summary »
In the 1950's rock and roll becomes very popular around the world. But in Russia, that kind of music is banned. Only, Alexi, a teenager with great musical talent, receives from his travel ... See full summary »
Runner and Robyn were summer camp sweethearts. She became a Hollywood star and Runner stayed at the farm. Finally Runner takes grandma's advice and goes LA to win his lost love back. He ... See full summary »
After three seasons, CBS canceled the show due to low ratings. See more »
It's an annoying fact of life, but husbands can often see their wives' flaws much more easily than we can see our own. My former husband could certainly see right through me and he'd help me see it to. Usually by striking me with a baseball bat. Then one day, he swung and missed and I stabbed him to death. So, looking at it now, I suppose he didn't know me quite as well as he thought. For example, he didn't know I had that sharp knife. But, here I am talking about myself when we should be ...
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Was my first time watching "Family Law," and I was glad to see a network weekly program tackling such a controversial episode. It effectively dealt with religion, atheism, interfaith marriages (and their problems), and separation of church and state, as well as the interaction of all these elements. I might be willing to give this a second viewing next week after seeing what they did with these topics.
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