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Description: When her doctor advises her to transport West because of her health, Mrs. Pepper takes her five children and relocates to Oregon to live with her sister. But adjusting to a fresh home and community isn't simple for the brood. Third entry in the "Five Tiny Peppers" series of four films.
Description: The Trolls and the Christmas Express is an animated classic about six roguish trolls who are determined to sabotage Christmas by infiltrating Santa's village disguised as elves. After a week of wreaking havoc but still not fully crashing Christmas, they are about to give up when they receive a devilishly intelligent idea. On the day before Christmas Eve they receive the reindeer dancing and singing songs all night long. The terrible reindeer are so tired the next day that they cannot search the energy to pull Santa's sleigh. Christmas looks like it has finally been crashed - but everyone knows you can't stop Christmas! The elves quickly devise a plan to url the train from Santa's village with tracks that travel all over the world. Santa can deliver the toys using the Christmas Express.
Description: Ring the bells, it's Christmas time! The happiest band in the land, The Wiggles, have joined with the happiest boy in the land, Santa Claus (played by entertainment legend Bert Newton with dazzling Patti Newton as Mrs Claus), to deliver The Wiggles' greatest each Christmas songs and story. "Go Santa Go!" has The Wiggles supporting Santa receive the presents ready for Christmas Eve, but Lachy's invention turns Santa's elves from small helpers to football player-sized helpers (Jay Laga'aia and true football stars Lote Tuqiri and Joel Reddy)! With traditional Christmas carols and fun fresh songs, "Go Santa Go!" is the most fun you'll have since Santa first grew his beard!
Description: Rajaram (Chiranjeevi), owner of a fleet of lorries, meets Devi (Soundarya), a garment factory owner. After that acquaintance, she once seeks his support in dealing with two road ruffians, who were teasing her sisters, Lata (Chandini) and Geetha (Sishwa), and is shocked when the culprits turn out to be his brothers, Ravi (Ravi Teja) and Gopi (Venkat). Rajaram takes the incident lightly as the pranks of youngsters and is very lenient to them. With more such incidents, the two fall in love, with the brothers and sisters not far behind. On his brothers' request, Rajaram approaches Devi for her sisters' hands in marriage to his brothers. But she curtly refuses her consent on grounds that the two are wayward drunkards. Rajaram reacts sharply to it and vows to receive his brothers married to her sisters. Since then on he is more exacting with his brothers and brings about a transformation in them. Devi agrees to their marriage.
Description: Archival Movie of a live Scene Play: Produced By Stockton Civic Theatre. A Southern wedding goes hilariously off-course in this fast-paced comedy about love, marriage, sisterhood, gospel melody and three hundred pounds of nice ol' Texas barbeque ...The Futrelle Sisters - Frankie, Honey Raye and Twink - are throwing a wedding. Tina Jo’s mother Frankie has almost made herself sick with the elaborate preparations, and the rumor mill in their tiny city of Fayro, Texas, is working overtimeNo surprise there, the Futrelle Sisters have never been strangers to gossip. After all, they did survive the scandalous breakup of their almost-famous gospel singing trio, The Sermonettes. But Twink’s desperate attempts to receive her boyfriend of fifteen-and-one-half years down the aisle, Frankie’s ongoing conversations with their dead mother, and Honey Raye’s tendency to race to the altar at each occasion have kept tongues wagging for years...
Description: Narrator John Nesbitt laments the disappearance of the rural one-room schoolhouse in America. He reminisces about his own days as a student in such a school and how his teacher, Miss Turlock, influenced so many students. Many of them reunite at the school on Miss Turlock's last day, when the school was closed in 1940.
Description: In this John Nesbitt's Passing Parade series short, narrator John Nesbitt says the storyline of Scandinavian immigrant Annie Swenson, who worked as cook and housekeeper in his family's home while he was growing up.
Description: Sisters Kate and Melanie haven’t spoken to every another in years since a hurtful stage at Melanie’s wedding. Their parents, Wendy and Al, have allow the pain of their daughters’ absence drive a wedge between them, and their tensions have led to a separation. Kate is determined to reunite the whole family for Christmas, and has the excellent spot… their old family home. The only trouble is there’s someone else living there now.
Description: A father and his children take an unexpected detour, and explore the real meaning of Christmas in this warmhearted tale for the whole family. Matt and his children were en route to grandma's house when their vehicle broke down in the middle of nowhere. Fortunately for them, local rancher Bonnie-Kate has a large heart, and a spare room. But lately poachers have been trespassing on Bonnie-Kate's land, and as the stranded family awaits rescue over the next several days, they accept to support protect her ranch. In the process, Matt and his kids learn that it's not about what you receive during the vacation season, but what you give instead.
Description: A pretty princess is betrothed to the prince of a neighboring kingdom, and when the time comes, she sets out with a tiny entourage to wed him. She is given a magic handkerchief by her mother, which she is said will protect her, along with a talking horse. Before she departs, her mother entrusts her to the care of her chambermaid, who promises to look after her. Unknown to the queen, however is the fact that the chambermaid desires the prince for herself, and has been concocting an evil plan to accomplish her ends. With the reluctant support of two bumbling servants, the chambermaid deprives the princess of the magic handkerchief, and tricks her into changing territories with her, swearing her to secrecy. Once they arrive at the palace, the maid is taken for the princess, who becomes a goose girl.
Description: A young, single mother, Jen, starts to lose her faith in the magic of Christmas. However, when she takes her son Eric to see the local mall Santa, Jen instantly feels an attraction and connection with Chris, the young, pretty boy filling the suit. As they start spending time together, she starts to rediscover her belief in Christmas.
Description: In a king's kingdom there is a forest so risky that each boy who goes into it is never heard from again. Iron Hans, who is responsible for the deaths, is found at the bottom of a lake and locked up in the king's palace
Description: Recorded in 1993 during Raffi’s record-setting run at the Gershwin Theatre on Broadway, this concert is a celebration of all that we love on this big, pretty planet. This ellegant production delighted Fresh York Kids and their families with some of Raffi’s most exciting and moving performances.
Description: This first filmed concert by Raffi illustrates his immense charm. The soft-spoken singer leads his turquoise-clad, four-member band through 20 songs with a rapt audience of children and parents singing along. Raffi's simple manner and fluid vocals make an atmosphere that is very welcoming to youngsters, easy going from pretty songs ("Apples and Bananas") to famous songs ("Day O") to a Spanish number ("De Colores") without ever losing them. The video also captures other key element of Raffi's success--his gaze is everytime inviting. The songs (also accessible on CD) contain Raffi favorites "Everything Grows" and "Baby Beluga" and lots of standards. A unbelievable time for ages 2-10 and adults
Description: One of the cheapest Santa movies ever produced. Shot in Pittsburgh, with blurry home film footage of Santa parades (on one float he sticks out of a giant chimney, on other he stands in the cockpit of a rocket ship). Santa sits in a vinylite Laz-E-Boy as he orders his elves (kids dressed in leotards) around. Details a trip to a department shop and unlimited footage of a huge toy train setup. (archive.org)
Description: This heartwarming storyline follows two families that are brought together by tragedy but forever joined through faith. Devin Wheeler and Matthew Daniels are loving, difficult working boys who trust in God, family, and supporting others. Their lives quickly turn into a find for peace and understanding when a single horrific happening impacts everything that they have ever loved. While Devin looks to his faith for strength, guidance, and refuge; Matthew shuns his faith placing blame and demanding answers. As the landscape of their lives continues to change, every boy handles the street ahead in a very various fashion. An unlikely friendship would later form, causing both boys to meet at a crossroads faced with the same question...Would you love God for nothing?
Description: Sometimes it takes a kid or two to fix the adult problems! Siems mother and father are divorced , but his father Rik has found love again , and be married to Winnie's mother Tosca . Siem loves Winnie , so when the relationship between Rik and Tosca starts to creak, devises the two kids , a plan designed to receive parents to receive back together ; they create a film with nice tip about love . And what a film ! The tiny film clips bubbles of love and creativity , both in front of and behind the camera . We will diligently around the categories when Siem and Winnie gotta interpret many of love . A sweet , funny and sensitive movie that is about to stick together and hold every another - and every other's differences , not least .
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We just took our two daughters (ages five and four) to their first cinema experience...The Jungle Ebook 2. Though it had a several scary parts (Shere Khan close ups), overall it was pleasant and didn't include the violence that has characterized a number of another childrens videos that we've rented.The above experience not withstanding, as I watched the movie I kept thinking that this film could not have gone to the theaters, but could have been sent straight to video. When you look at the voice talent (John Goodman, Phil Collins, Haley Joel Osment), you initially expect large gun entertainment. It is soon that it dawns on you that you've paid cinema prices for a movie that lasts only around 75 mins and has a plot that is more concerned with having the original cast create almost forced appearance (look! Here is the snake! We've come across the monkeys! Are those elephant noises I hear?), rather than bringing them all back as part of a well devised plot. The movie develops well in the village with Mowgli recounting his jungle life. Once the village is left, however, you feel pushed along. The most forced of the entire group are the buzzards, who go from being significant in the first movie to basically showing up here and watching Lucky, the fresh vulture addition, ham it up. I guess Col. Hathi's wife knew better. She doesn't even appear in this one!The low plot aside, there was something unusual for me in returning to these characters so many years soon and seeing that they have not aged a bit....only in animation! Seeing this movie from the 60s brought back with modernized music, was enjoyable. Perhaps that is why the buzzards weren't really needed. Audiences of the first movie would have been thinking "Ringo" during the buzzard scenes, here the Smash Mouths sing on the soundtrack. Some things just don't cross time well.So... as a sequel the movie is weak. But it is enjoyable to watch...on video. Some sequels are a waste even in the 99 cent bin (Beethoven 3, anyone?), while others are worth the sitting (Homeward Bound 2). Disney has given us a sequel designed for a family with tiny kids, but its theatrical run shows a greed that does not fit well with the reputation for quality that Walt Disney was given.ps. We watched the movie here in Argentina, so it was in Spanish. Lucky is presented as a doof whose Spanish has the thickest North American accent I've ever heard. Hmmmm.
I was cute entertained by this sequel. What I found most impressive was the perfect voice-over work. I have gone back and checked what the deal was and found it very interesting that both the Winnie the Pooh teams (new and old) were very much involved in the Jungle Books.Kaa the snake was my main interest, being done by the same voice over guy who actually does Winnie the Pooh (Jim Cummings). Just as the original Kaa the snake, Sterling Holloway, was also the same guy who did the original Winnie voice .The another was the Black Panther, Bageera, originally done by Mr. French of Family Affair, the nice Sebastian Cabot... actually being done so well by Bob Joles who also narrates the Winnie series these days, just as Mr Cabot did in his day. Haley Joel Osment did a wonderful job of being Mowgli as well. John Goodman... nice I guess... but the original Phil Harris just had that fluid jazz scat thing DOWN. So Baloo just isnt as cool as he used to be. No offense John, I seriously can't think of anyone who should have done better. But sometimes greatness is just great, and can't be duplicated. Great test though.Sure the storyline wasn't really all that rivoting, the animation wasn't as full or rich in color. And no Lord Louis, but then again... the elephant marching units and the Beatles Buzzards were so nice and are back again.Jungle Ebook was a nice classic, certainly my favourite of all Disney animations... but Jungle Ebook 2 is certainly worth seeing for the next bunch of tiny guys who need that Disney fix.I have to accept with other critic in here... they could have spent a tiny more time and added a several more mins of something. 70 minutes... and 15 of it in shadow puppet credits... stop short changing the Disney legacy with trying to reissue a cheaper ver of the current foundation that Disney was built on. Walt is shedding a several tears where ever he is.(actually I guess he sheds ice cubes, isn't he frozen somewhere?) Eisner, receive with the tool already.
A several weeks ago, they re-released The Jungle Ebook on Disney DVD and I watched it after not seeing it for years and I just forgot how much I loved it. I saw that it had a sequel and I figured it might be worth a look. I watched it tonite and even though it wasn't a terrible attempt, it was not really important to create it. The first Jungle Ebook ended so well and had a excellent satisfied ending, this was just a strange continuation on the story. They do bring back our favourite characters which I loved, like the snake, he's so cheesy, but he everytime cracks me up. Bagera, the panther, once again, I just love him, he tries to do right all the time, but he everytime gets harm in the process. And of course Baloo is everytime there to bring some life and fun to the storyline with the easy bare necessities.Maugli is living in the village with a fresh family and life. But it's not the life he's everytime wanted, it has work and rules. He says the another children about the jungle, but they don't trust on how fun it is. Baloo and Bagera are in the jungle and Baloo just misses Maugli so much and brings him back to the jungle. But they're in large trouble, Shanti and her tiny brother(children from Maugli's village) follow Maugli and they are all being followed by Sher Kahn who wants revenge on Maugli for making a fool out of him.The Jungle Ebook 2 is a pretty Disney sequel, but for those who love the original, it doesn't keep a candle up to the first Jungle Book. But for the children and just a regular family movie for the afternoon. I have to admit that there was a stage that definitely made me laugh, when the snake sees Shanti and tries to eat her, but her tiny brother beats him up, cute nice too, I couldn't support but laugh out loud. There are some fun moments, so it's worth a look, but I do of course prefer the first Jungle Book.4/10
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