|3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain 1998 PG, 88 min.|
Genre: Family / Action / Comedy
Director: Sean McNamara
Cast: Hulk Hogan, Loni Anderson, Jim Varney, Victor Wong, Mathew Botuchis, Michael O'Laskey II, John Paul Roeske II, Chelsey Earlywine, Alan McRae, Margarita Franco, Lindsay Felton, Syntrell Ryder, Kirk Baily, Joseph Ackler, Brian Anglin
The three Ninjas–Rocky (Matthew Botuchis), Colt (Michael O'Laskey), and Tum Tum (John Paul Roeske)–are joined by Amanda (Chelsey Earlywine) and are enjoying Mega Mountain amusement park when an evil army of ninjas, led by Medusa (Loni Anderson), invade the premises and hold the owner of the park (Hulk Hogan) and the kids hostage. But never fear, the four kids jump into action and save the day.
|Black Day, Blue Night 1995 R, 110 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action / Adventure
Director: J.S. Cardone
Cast: Gil Bellows, Mia Sara, Michelle Forbes, J.T. Walsh, Tim Guinee, F.J. Flynn, John Beck, Norman Patrick Brown, Benjamin Lum, Kellye Nakahara, Michael Holmes, Thomas Redhouse, Caroline Barclay, Kirk Baily, Jack Leal
Rinda Wooley (Michelle Forbes) and Hallie Schrag (Mia Sara) pick up hitchhiker Dodge (Gil Bellows) who could be a murderer, and their search for adventure turns from pure pleasure seeking to dangerous.
|Bottle Shock 2008 PG-13, 110 min.|
Director: Randall Miller
Cast: Chris Pine, Alan Rickman, Bill Pullman, Rachael Taylor, Freddy Rodriguez, Eliza Dushku, Bradley Whitford, Dennis Farina, Miguel Sandoval, Joe Regalbuto, Hal B. Klein, Kirk Baily, Philippe Bergeron, Mark Famiglietti
In 1976, British expatriate Steven Spurrier (Alan Rickman), now living in Paris where he owns a wine shop, sets up a wine competition. Having heard about California wines, Spurrier researches the wineries there and finds Jim Barret's (Bill Pullman) winery, Chateau Montelana. Jim's hippie son Bo (Chris Pine) isn't very interested in the family business, but Jim agrees to enter the contest, despite being suspicious that the contest is rigged in favor of the French. He brings his wine to Paris–and the rest is history when Napa Valley gains its reputation worldwide as a superior wine region. Based on a true story.
|The Sixth Man 1997 R, 105 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Fantasy
Director: Randall Miller
Cast: Marlon Wayans, Kadeem Hardison, David Paymer, Michael Michele, Kevin Dunn, Scott LaRose, Gary Jones, Lorenzo Orr, Vladimir Cuk, Travis Ford, Jack Karuletwa, Chris Spencer, Kirk Baily, Saundra McClain, Harold Sylvester
College basketball star Antoine Tyler (Kadeem Hardison) dies from heart failure, but his ghost returns to lead his team, the University of Washington "Huskies"–and his brother, Kenny (Marlon Wayans)–to victory in the NCAA playoffs.
|Soccer Dog: The Movie 1999 PG, 98 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy / Drama
Director: Tony Giglio
Cast: James Marshall, Olivia d'Abo, Sam McMurray, Jeremy Foley, Burton Gilliam, Billy Drago, Kyle Gibson, Evan Matthew Cohen, Brocker Way, Bill Capizzi, Kirk Baily, Franklin Dennis Jones, Carrie Genzel, Brad Grunberg, Douglas S. Orstein
Soccer-loving, adoptive father Alden (James Marshall) tries unsuccessfully to lure his son Clay (Jeremy Foley) onto the soccer field. But matters take a turn for the best when a stray dog enters the picture. The dog excels at soccer and helps bring the family together.
|1. 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain (1998)|
2. Black Day, Blue Night (1995)
3. Bottle Shock (2008)
4. The Sixth Man (1997)
5. Soccer Dog: The Movie (1999)
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