A magician in a carnival--who actually can read minds and levitate people and objects--works with a superintelligent chimp named Alex, who can also talk. The magician and the chimp soon ... See full summary »
Everybody needs a hero sometimes. It can happen anywhere, you see someone collapse. Be calm, here's what to say. If they are over eight, ask them if they're okay. If there's no response ... See full summary »
Ron Hayden, a celebrity voice impressionist, recites four poems by Edward Lear, each of which is followed by a short blackout gag cartoon by a variety of cartoonists and animators. Based on Lear's "A Book of Nonsense," (1846).
Edward Lear's Nonsense Stories is a series of original animated webisodes based on limericks from Lear's A Book of Nonsense (1846). The poems are each read aloud by a celebrity impressionist and then a short animated cartoon follows.
ID Mind meets the Oracle in the Source and intuitively knows that he is up against the creator of the Nigerian scam, Napster, baggage fees at airports, diet soda that tastes like real soda and much worse things.
The plot for this movie had the potential to be good, but it is so slow moving and the acting is so bad, it just does not entertain enough.
A little girl cannot get along with her step father (Note: her real father is still around). She is mad at Step dad for sending away a mule she loves, runs away with her dog. General fictitious journey in the wilderness, which might be good, except the acting is SO BAD it just does not get your emotions going. It has a good music score & I can not say it is completely undesirable. The girl is cute as a button, and the meaning is well intended, but it just was not entertaining enough for me.
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