|Carry Me Home 2003 PG-13, 95 min.|
Director: Jace Alexander
Cast: Penelope Ann Miller, Kevin Anderson, David Alan Basche, Ashley Rose Orr, Jane Alexander, Leo Burmester, Nicholas Braun, Harrison Chad, Catrina Ganey, Dajon Matthews
This made-for-cable-TV film is set in upstate New York shortly after the end of World War II. Harriet (Penelope Ann Miller) and daughter Carrie (Ashley Rose Orr) grieve over the death of their husband/father during the war. This is the story of how each copes, as Carrie comes of age and Harriet finds a new love–to the dismay of Carrie.
|Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure 2003 G, 79 min.|
Director: Mario Piluso
Cast: Julia Duffy, David Beron, Amanda Bynes, Anndi McAfee, Maria Bamford, Harrison Chad, Rob Paulson, Debi Derryberry, Brenda Vaccaro, Dawnn Lewis, Jerry Houser, Bridget Sienna
In this sequel (30 years later) to the original film based on E. B. White's children's story, Wilbur the Pig befriends a lonely lamb, Cardigan, who is new to the farm. When Farmer Zuckerman sells the lamb, Wilber, Templeton the Rat, and Charlotte's three daughters set out to find Cardigan. "Love conquers all" again prevails.
|The Hebrew Hammer 2003 N/R, 85 min.|
Director: Jonathan Kesselman
Cast: Adam Goldberg, Andy Dick, Judy Greer, Mario Van Peebles, Peter Coyote, Nora Dunn, Sean Whalen, Tony Cox, Richard Riehle, Melvin Van Peebles, Rachel Dratch, Harrison Chad
After Santa Claus' evil son (Andy Dick) murders him in a plot to narrow the holiday season back to Christmas by excluding Hanukkah and Kwanzaa, a Jewish superhero (Adam Goldberg)–aided by the head of the Jewish Justice League (Peter Coyote) and Mohammed from the Kwanzaa Liberation Front (Mario Van Peebles)–steps in to save the day.
|1. Carry Me Home (2003)|
2. Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure (2003)
3. The Hebrew Hammer (2003)
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