The story of three people who strive to realize their dreams. Brothers Carter and Ellis set out on a road trip to their childhood home in a desperate search for their estranged father, who may hold the key to their future.
Keith is a Japanese twenty-something who is followed by Death in various disguises. When he finally faces her, Death tells him that he has only 12 hours to live and he needs to make the ... See full summary »
With nothing more than a blazing spirit of philanthropy and his beat-up red wagon, Zach sets out to help homeless children in America. In the process, he sweeps his fractured family - and ultimately the entire country - along with him.
Right after Disneyland opens in Anaheim, California, in 1955, a toy salesman in town for a convention brings his wife with him so they can both go to Disneyland. They stay at a rundown ... See full summary »
I have to say this film wasn't at the top of my renting list but after seeing it,I started telling other people to rent it also. The girls are great leads and the supporting cast is awesome as well. Veteran film actor Arthur Nascarella is on target once more as crime boss Mr. Santalino. I was so into his performance I went back to look up other films he had worked in. He is truly an awesome talent. His son Frankie played by Christian Maelen turned in a fine performance as well. You couldn't tell whether these guys were cool or just out of their minds. Their chemistry as father and son was fantastic as was the chemistry between Mira, Mariah, and Melora. Good Job to director David Anspagh
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