|Big Girls Don't Cry...They Get Even 1992 PG, 96 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Joan Micklin Silver
Cast: Hillary Wolf, David Strathairn, Margaret Whitton, Griffin Dunne, Patricia Kalember, Adrienne Shelly, Dan Futterman, Jenny Lewis, Ben Savage, Sean Blackman, Joe D'Angerio, Googy Gress, Jessica Seely, Trenton Teigen, Cory Danziger
Thirteen-year-old Laura (Hillary Wolf) gives up on trying to figure out her parents' multiple marriages, divorces, and arguments. Laura runs away from her brother's (Griffin Dunne) home in the woods where new experiences of living on her own teach her how to deal with her feelings about her family. Meanwhile, Laura's worried family members reconcile their differences in the process of searching for her.
|Convicted 1986 TV, 104 min.|
Director: David Lowell Rich
Cast: John Larroquette, Lindsay Wagner, Carroll O'Connor, Bert Remsen, Patricia Gaul, Jenny Lewis, Jaime McEnnan, Christopher Roberts, Caitlin O'Heaney
After a man (John Larroquette) is falsely accused and convicted of rape, his loyal wife (Lindsay Wagner) spends five years determined to uncover the truth behind the crime.
|Daddy 1991 TV, 96 min.|
aka: Danielle Steel's 'Daddy'
Director: Michael Miller
Cast: Patrick Duffy, Kate Mulgrew, John Anderson, Ben Affleck, Jenny Lewis, Matthew Lawrence, Robyn Peterson, Richard McKenzie, Lynda Carter, Georgia Emelin
After 20 years of marriage, Oliver's (Patrick Duffy) wife (Kate Mulgrew) leaves him and their children, and he must not only deal with his shortcomings but with his children's problems as well. He moves West as part of his advertising business where he finds love in the person of an actress (Lynda Carter). An early appearance by Ben Affleck. Made for TV.
|Little Boy Blue 1997 R, 105 min.|
Director: Antonio Tibaldi
Cast: Ryan Phillippe, John Savage, Nastassja Kinski, Jenny Lewis, Shirley Knight, Adam Burke, Tyrin Turner, Devon Michael, John Doman, Brent Jennings
Ray West (John Savage) is a Vietnam vet in dire need of psychiatric help because he constantly terrorizes his wife (Nastassja Kinski) and sons (Ryan Phillippe, Adam Burke, and Devon Michael).
|Pleasantville 1998 PG-13, 116 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Fantasy
Director: Gary Ross
Cast: Tobey Maguire, Jeff Daniels, Joan Allen, William H. Macy, J.T. Walsh, Reese Witherspoon, Don Knotts, Paul Walker, Marley Shelton, Jane Kaczmarek, Giuseppe Andrews, Jenny Lewis, Marissa Ribisi, Denise Dowse, McNally Sagal
Two 1990s' teens (Tobey Maguire and Reese Witherspoon) are sucked into their family's TV set and find themselves in the 1950s' black and white sitcom, "Pleasantville." As their 1990s' lifestyle makes an impact on the characters in Pleasantville, the town slowly switches from black and white to color as the story questions the wisdom behind the "good old days." 1 User Review
|great||Anonymous 02/04/2007 |
| We watched it at school to do an essay on and i think its a really good film the way that Ross uses symbols to put across peoples emotions is very well done and it is a very mooving film. 5 stars!|
|Troop Beverly Hills 1989 PG, 105 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Adventure
Director: Jeff Kanew
Cast: Shelley Long, Craig T. Nelson, Betty Thomas, Mary Gross, Audra Lindley, Stephanie Beacham, Edd Byrnes, Jenny Lewis, David Wohl, Frankie Avalon, Ami Foster, Carla Gugino, Heather Hopper, Tasha Scott, Emily Schulman
Wealthy, Beverly Hills housewife Phyllis Nefler (Shelley Long) has been accused by her husband Freddy (Craig T. Nelson) of being selfish. Now, in the middle of a divorce, Phyllis becomes the leader of her daughter Hannah's (Jenny Lewis) Wilderness Girls troop. The troop has not performed well in the scouting community–until Phyllis takes them camping at a Beverly Hills hotel and shopping at the mall. Problems evolve with Velda (Betty Thomas) who heads the Wilderness Girls organization, but a good lesson in teamwork is learned.
|The Wizard 1989 PG, 98 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy / Adventure
Director: Todd Holland
Cast: Fred Savage, Luke Edwards, Christian Slater, Beau Bridges, Vince Trankina, Wendy Phillips, Dea McAllister, Sam McMurray, Will Seitzer, Roy Conrad, Jenny Lewis
Separated following their parents' divorce, Corey (Fred Savage) and Jimmy (Luke Edwards) rejoin each other and run away to Los Angeles where Corey wants to help autistic Jimmy compete in a $30,000 video game championship. But, as they travel across the Southwest, concerned family members are on their trail.
|1. Big Girls Don't Cry...They Get Even (1992)|
2. Convicted (1986)
3. Daddy (1991)
aka: Danielle Steel's 'Daddy'
4. Little Boy Blue (1997)
5. Pleasantville (1998)
6. Troop Beverly Hills (1989)
7. The Wizard (1989)
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