This is the story of a slave boy and his dog who escape the master's plantation, join the Union Army, and have to face their former master on the battlefield. The story is inspired by the ... See full summary »
Edward T. McDougal
Louis Gossett Jr.,
Two rival juice companies, Eco-Elixir and Jock Juice, accidentally unleash an experimental formula of energy drink on an unsuspecting group of concert- goers. This formula turns whoever is ... See full summary »
Follow Ike on this wild adventure based around the life of a Pizza delivery guy. From a serious (nervous) crush that he has on a regular customer, to the long list of odd clients, Ike does ... See full summary »
In a post-apocalyptic underground society ruled by rival religious cults, Dakota is working as an assassin, or "Shepherd" for The Church of Miles. He has been given an assignment to take ... See full summary »
C. Thomas Howell,
The Horrible accordion, and cheesy acting left me dramatized. How anyone could write a good review of this IDK, they really must be blind people, or maybe its the actors? The movie starts off cheesy and eventually goes into the child being sick and needing surgery "More Health Care Crap" then its shows the mom going to rich people for help then being denied money to help "Her" kid. Basically it stereo typed rich people, brings in health care, that's the whole stupid moral of the movie "A Political statement!" I watched this movie in moline Illinois at nova 6 movie theater, and after over a half hour "I had to walk out." never in my life have I done that and I've seen some bad films in my life. I threw my dink across the room, and left! For a 1.5 million dollar budget this was terrible "I want my 30 minuets of my life back please!"
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