Just as Madea buries her sister, she must get ready for her granddaughter, Lisa, coming to get married at the house. It's a
bundle of laughs and drama and great music and lessons of forgiveness as Madea must endure the craziness of her
neighbor, Leroy Brown, and the dysfunctional relatives staying under her own roof for the weekend.
Sara Johnson (Stiles) dreams of becoming a professional ballerina. After the accidental death of her mother, Sara is forced to
move from Lemont, a quiet Chicago suburb, to her father's ghetto apartment on Chicago's gritty south side. The new urban
environment, very different than what she is used to, adds to Sara's feelings of loss and frustration, and her misplaced guilt,
which is caused by the fact that her mother had been en route to her dance performance at the time of her death. But when she
meets Derek (Sean Patrick Thomas), a popular fellow student with a passion for hip hop dancing and a future brighter than his
troubled past, her repressed ambition is released through a revitalized interest in dance.
Rock Star is based on Tim "Ripper" Owens, who initially was in a Judas Priest cover band. He then left to join the real Judas
Romulus is mentally ill, a troglodyte in a New York City park. He's also a gifted composer and the father of a city cop. On
Valentine's Day, a young man freezes in a tree near his cave. The police determine it's the accidental death of someone
behaving bizarrely, but Romulus believes a friend of the dead youth who says that noted avant-garde photographer, David
Leppenraub, murdered him. Romulus, urged on by hallucinations of his wife as a young woman, resolves to catch the killer
and manages to be invited to Leppenraub's farm to play a new composition. Can Romulus hold it together long enough to get
to the bottom of the death and also to make a breakthrough with his daughter?
William Miller is a 15 year old kid, hired by Rolling Stone magazine to tour with, and write about Stillwater, an up and coming
rock band. This wonderfully witty coming of age film follows William as he falls face first to confront life, love, and lingo.
Duets is a road-trip comedy which revolves around the little known world of karaoke and the whimsical characters who
inhabit it. There's the struggling singer who dreams of making it to the big time, a frustrated salesman who ends up on an
unexpected road trip, the dysfunctional family performers which includes a con-artist (Huey Lewis) and his long lost
daughter, and an escaped convict (Andre Braugher) with the voice of an angel. All roads lead to Omaha, site of a national
karaoke competition where this motley group of singers and stars come together for a blow-out sing-off.
A 21-year-old girl with a beautiful voice, Violet Sanford (Piper Perabo), moves to New York with the hope to make it big as a
songwriter. But life in Big Apple is much harder than she expected. All her efforts to rent a good apartment and to find a
producer are in vain. Frustrated and aground, Violet finally gets a job as a barmaid at a famous nightclub called Coyote Ugly
where only gorgeous and enterprising women run the show. In company of sexy bartenders whose manners disgust canting
hypocrites and attract men, Violet has to overcome her shyness so that she can perform her songs herself.
Two sex-obsessed teenage boys, Kevin (Harry Enfield) and his longtime buddy Perry (Kathy Burke), haven't yet lost their
virginity. If they don't pick up girls soon, they will go crazy. As dance music fans, they find an outlet in creating great music
mixes. But then they come up with the idea of taking a holiday trip to Ibiza inhabited by top DJs and hot babies. Armed with
condoms and sunscreen, the guys go to the sunny island, hoping to succeed in bedding some babes and meeting their
idol, superstar DJ Eyeball Paul (Rhys Ifans), in order to give him their demo tape.
Everrett Ullysus McGill, sick of breaking rocks in the heat of a Mississippi summer, escapes with his two dim accomplices,
Delmar and Pete. Trying to reclaim a buried treasure before its lost forever underneath a lake, the three make their way to
Everett's homestead. Along the way, they meet a conniving one-eyed Bible salesman, a blind prophet, a trio of sexy sirens,
and a man who sold his soul to the devil. In their race to reach the treasure before it's flooded, they end up crashing a Ku Klux
Klan lynch mob, help a sensitive Baby-Face Nelson rob three banks in two hours, and even have enough time to put out a
best selling record as "The Soggy Bottom Boys."
After auditions, 12 young dancers make it to the American Ballet Academy. They'll prepare for the student showcase to
determine who will be asked to join the American Ballet Company. Tensions mount between Jonathan, the company's
aging choreographer, and Cooper, his best dancer, who also wants to choreograph. The brilliant Maureen seems poised for
success, but she discovers that life is passing her by. Jody, whose body may be the wrong type and whose technique is
ragged, elicits Cooper's interest. The edgy, smart-mouthed Eva loves to dance but seems destined to be stuck in the back of
the chorus. The showcase will decide their fates.
Selma is a Czechoslovakian immigrant, a single mother working in a factory in rural America. Her salvation is her passion for
music, specifically, the all-singing, all-dancing numbers found in classic Hollywood musicals. Selma harbors a sad secret:
she is losing her eyesight and her son Gene stands to suffer the same fate if she can't put away enough money to secure him
an operation. When a desperate neighbor falsely accuses Selma of stealing his savings, the drama of her life escalates to a
A young girl and her loving father are separated when he goes to America, intending to send for her. Shortly after his departure,
their village goes up in flames, and the girl is forced to go to England, where she takes on the name Suzie, and finds that
although she is misunderstood, tormented, and teased, she has one gift: she can sing. The movie follows Suzie through the
events of her early life, from when she moves to Paris and joins a dancing troupe, to when she meets flirt and showgirl Lola, to
when she falls in love with the gypsy Cesar. In the chaos and mayhem of the beginning of a World War, we witness Suzie's
struggle as she is forced to decide between the love of her past to the new love that she has only just discovered.
He's been in the country side, he's been downtown, he's been to Las Vegas, he's even been in space, now that evil
Leprechaun is in DA HOOD! Three young rap artists are looking for a break. They need money to buy some music
equipment so they can go to Las Vegas and enter a contest. They meet up with a local pimp named Mack Daddy who agrees
to "hook them up", but later declines. The rappers want to get even with him so one night they break into Mack's place and
steal alot of his jewelry, gold, and even the medallion off an ugly looking statue. Shouldn't have done that! Because without
the medallion, the state transforms into the Leprechaun, who goes on a killing spree once again looking for his missing
gold, once again! And the song says it all, "there's nothin' scarier than a Lep' in the hood!"
Some years after graduation, London college friends form a rock band called Greenwich Mean Time and attempt to make it
big in the music industry. However, the road to fame and fortune proves to be an extremely difficult task for the band members.
Between gigs, they are forced to stand up to the pressures of everyday life, including love problems, sleazy record producers,
and a sordid world of drugs.
In this update of Disney's masterpiece film mixture of animation and music, new interpretations of great works of music are
presented. It begins with an abstract battle of light and darkness set to the music of Beethoveen's Fifth Symphony. Then we
see the adventures of a Humpback Whale calf and his pod set to "The Pines of Rome." Next is the humourous story of
several lives in 1930's New York City, scored with "Rhapsody in Blue." Following is a musical telling of the fairy tale, "The
Steadfast Tin Soldier" set to Dmitri Shostakovich's Piano Concerto No. 2. Then a goofy Flamingo causes havoc in his flock
with his yo-yo to the tune of the finale of "Carnival of the Animals." This is followed by the classic sequence from the original
film, "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" starring Mickey Mouse and followed by "Pomp and Circumstance" starring Donald Duck as a
harried assistant to Noah on his Ark. Finally, we see the awesome tale of the life, death and renewal of a forest in a
sequence featuring the composition, "The Firebird."
The sparkling comedy focuses upon the life of fictional legendary jazz guitarist Emmet Ray (Sean Penn), who lived during the
1930s. We observe Ray’s unimaginable escapades, creative crisis, love affairs with a mute laundry worker, Hattie
(Samantha Morton), and a graceful writer, Blanche (Uma Thurman), and long-awaited success. He was an eccentric,
alcohol-abusing, womanizing, arrogant, reckless, prodigal guy who once vanished into thin air. Goodness knows what
happened to him. Fortunately, he left his beautiful music records for us to enjoy.
Anti-Semitism, race relations, coming of age, and fathers and sons: in Baltimore from fall, 1954, to fall, 1955. Racial
integration comes to the high school, TV is killing burlesque, and rock and roll is pushing the Four Lads off the Hit Parade.
Ben, a high school senior, and his older brother Van are exploring "the other": in Ben's case, it's friendship with Sylvia, a Black
student; with Van, it's a party in the WASP part of town and falling for a debutante, Dubbie. Sylvia gives Ben tickets to a James
Brown concert; Dubbie invites Van to a motel: new worlds open. Meanwhile, their dad Nate, who runs a numbers game,
loses big to a small-time pusher, Little Melvin; a partnership ensues.
In present day Montreal, a famous Nicolo Bussotti violin, known as "the red violin," is being auctioned off. During the auction,
we flash back to the creation of the violin in 17th century Italy, and follow the violin as it makes its way through an 18th century
Austrian monastery, a violinist in 19th century Oxford, China during the Cultural Revolution, and back to Montreal, where a
collector tries to establish the identity and the secrets of "the red violin."
Robby is stood up at the altar by Linda, who decides that the prospect of marrying a guy who sings at wedding receptions
doesn't equal the attraction she felt when he was lead singer in a rock band. Robby finds consolation in his friendship with
Julia, a waitress at the wedding receptions and bar mitzvahs where he performs. Julia asks Robby to help her plan her
upcoming wedding to Glenn, who isn't interested in the details of the ceremony. Robby learns that Glenn also isn't totally
interested in Julia and is marrying her because she "deserves it" after sticking with him for years and because he knows
she's not marrying him for his money, since she dated him back before he started pulling down the big bucks.
After the death of her father, Little Voice or LV becomes a virtual recluse, never going out and hardly ever saying a word. She
just sits in her bedroom listening to her father's collection of old records of Shirley Bassey, Marilyn Monroe and various other
famous female singers. But at night time, LV sings, imitating these great singers with surprising accuracy. One night she is
overheard by one of her mother's boyfriends, who happens to be a talent agent. He manages to convince her that her talent
is special and arranges for her to perform at the local night club, but several problems arise.
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