Most Popular Titles With Kirsten Holly Smith
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1. Ninja Cheerleaders (2008)
R | 81 min | Action, Comedy
Three college cheerleaders (and after-school go-go dancers) use their martial arts skills to save their Sensei from mafia kidnappers, but must keep their extracurricular activities a secret to realize their Ivy League dreams at Brown.
2. Curfew (I) (2012)
PG-13 | 19 min | Short, Drama
On the brink of demise, a self-destructive man who has sadly reached the lowest point in his life, receives an unexpected call from his estranged sister to look after her young daughter for the night.
3. Firecracker (2005)
112 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery
A young boy who lives in a dysfunctional home went to the carnival and met a singer. Shortly after, a murder took place. The town's sheriff is seeking answers. The singer is trying to ... See full summary »
4. Forever Love (1998 TV Movie)
87 min | Drama, Romance
Forever Love is a poignant new television movie about a woman who awakens from a 20-year-long coma and begins her life all over again. In the drama, suggested by a true story, Lizzie and ... See full summary »
5. Isle of Lesbos (1997)
98 min | Comedy, Musical
"Rocky Horror Picture Show" meets "Oklahoma" in this outrageous musical comedy. A 1940's Technicolor-style fantasy with a modern and subversive twist. Fifteen original songs, a cast of ... See full summary »
6. After Image (2001)
R | 92 min | Drama, Thriller
The story of a clairvoyant who falls in love with a crime photographer. Soon, both become involved in the search for a pathological murderer.
7. Strippers (2000)
71 min | Drama, Comedy
In a disastrous economy, after loosing his job, Alan dreams a series of bizarre comedic worst case scenarios that could happen if society's "strippers" get a hold of him.
8. The Mail Gaze (2003)
12 min | Short, Comedy
The Mail Gaze is an anthrax-free comedy about love, patriotism, and the United States postal Service. Now that Jesse has finally been given a chance to shine as a USPS employee, he ... See full summary »