A popular Nashville performer wants national recognition, but is hampered by her controlling boy friend - manager and events from her past. Finally, by turning to her guitarist, she finds ... See full summary »
Dolly Parton portrays a country music performer who meets an untimely demise, but cannot enter heaven until she performs a good deed back on earth - to get a workaholic widower and his ... See full summary »
Elizabeth Alison Gray is just your average suburban 11-year old waiting for adolescence to arrive when she finds out her whole life has been a lie. With only her imagination to guide her, she runs away to find the truth.
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The warden of a small, rundown, minimum-security prison plots revenge against the the prison's dishonest owner by having four inmates break out and plan a department store robbery to spruce up the prison's faculties.
Dolly's cousin Clovis has invented a brand new all terrain vehicle with you in mind. His wild and wacky tour of the Smokies is like no other, especially when he drafts Dolly to be his tour ... See full summary »
Dollywood's "A Christmas Carol" is a live musical staged presentation of Dicken' classic tale. All of the ghosts appear on stage as holograms, Dolly Parton as the " Ghost of Christmas Past" and of course doing a musical number.
A raucous comedy of errors about a singer stuck in a dead-end job who sees his last, best shot at rock stardom threatened by freak accidents, movie theater politics, stressed-out ... See full summary »
When Frank is talking to Jimmy on the phone before Jimmy's death, the videotape that Jimmy holds switches front to back during the conversation. See more »
Now, folks, you know him from "Happy Days", you kinda remember him from "Charles in Charge", and you're probably unaware that he was on "Diagnosis: Murder"... let's give a big round of applause for Scott Baio!
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I guess I am the only person to see this movie. I think it's only playing in about 10 markets right now, all of them in Florida. I enjoyed this movie a lot more than I thought I would from the ads- the star, Dave Sheridan, is a very funny comedian who is an alumnus of Second City and appeared in small roles in "Scary Movie" and "Ghost World". He is reminiscent of a young Jim Carrey in the role of the helmet-sporting Frank McKlusky. During the movie, he dons several "disguises" that are pretty funny- the female gymnast scene probably being the best of the bunch. For some reason, there were a lot of '80s references in this movie too- from Scott Baio to Willie Tyler and Lester to ALF (ok, a poster of ALF on a wall in one scene), there are a lot of cult icons in this movie that give it a kitsch status. Cameos by funny people like Saturday Night Live's Tracy Morgan and an embarrassed-looking Andy Richter help make it watchable too. In fact, I think this is probably the single weirdest cast ever assembled for one movie- and wait until you see female wrestler Chyna in her assortment of "sexy" outfits throughout the film.
So if it is playing in your area, take a chance on this movie and you might just get some laughs out of it. Or look for it on video in a few weeks where I am sure it will soon appear. Maybe next time Sheridan will be given a chance rather than having his movie dumped into a handful of theaters with little promotion.
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