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To Gillian On Her 37th Birthday

David Lewis (Gallagher) has the perfect marriage. He adores his gorgeous wife, Gillian. They spend hours strolling the beaches of Nantucket Island sharing their hopes and dreams. There is only one problem: Gillian died two years ago. Torn by grief, David has been fixating on her spirit. Now he must let go of his fantasies of Gillian without losing his love for her. © 1996 Triumph Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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To Gillian On Her 37th Birthday was originally published on Divine Aim

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Bloodsport

Jean-Claude Van Damme makes his starring debut in the aptly titled Bloodsport. An American soldier at large in Hong Kong, Van Damme becomes involved in the Kumite (also spelled Kumatai), a highly illegal kickboxing competition. Whoever survives the bout will be crowned Kumite champion of the world-a title that has plenty of challengers with homicide in their hearts. The finale offers a duel to the death (or near-death) between Van Damme and reigning Kumite king Bolo Yeung. The script is based on the real-life exploits of martial arts champ Frank Dux (who serves as the film’s fight coordinator). Denied such niceties as production values, Bloodsport scores big-time in the violent action department.

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Bloodsport was originally published on Divine Aim

An American Tail

All aboard for America! Join the adventures of an adorable mouse named Fievel in this heart-warming “tail” of following your heart. Fievel and his family have grand hopes for their new homeland “where the streets are lined with cheese” when he is accidentally lost at sea. Determined to reunite with his loved ones, the brave little mouse embarks on a huge adventure through the streets of New York, meeting unexpected friends every step of the way. Featuring the voice talents of Dom DeLuise, Madeline Kahn and Christopher Plummer, it’s a family-friendly treat from Steven Spielberg and director Don Bluth (The Land Before Time).

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An American Tail was originally published on Divine Aim

Tim’s Vermeer

Tim’s Vermeer, directed by Teller of Penn & Teller fame. Produced by Teller’s stage partner Penn Jillette and Farley Ziegler, the film follows Tim Jenison, a Texas based inventor, as he attempts to solve one of the greatest mysteries in all of art: How did 17th century Dutch Master Johannes Vermeer (‘Girl with a Pearl Earring’) manage to paint so photo-realistically, 150 years before the invention of photography? Jenison’s epic research project ultimately succeeds as he uses 17th century technology — lenses and mirrors — to develop a technique that might have been used by Vermeer, supporting a theory as extraordinary as what he discovers. Spanning a decade, Jenison’s adventure takes him to Delft, Holland, where Vermeer painted his masterpieces; on a pilgrimage to the North coast of Yorkshire to meet artist David Hockney; and eventually even to Buckingham Palace, to see the Queen’s Vermeer.

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Tim’s Vermeer was originally published on Divine Aim

The Last Play at Shea

Two New York icons meet for one final time in The Last Play at Shea, which chronicles the intersecting histories of the landmark Shea Stadium and the legendary performer Billy Joel. An engaging look at the highs and lows of the New York Mets and the music career of Joel, The Last Play at Shea interweaves interviews with player and performers with exclusive concert footage from the goodbye performances in July 2008. New York City serves as a background for those who were there – including Sting, Christie Brinkley, John Mayer, Garth Brooks, Tony Bennett and others – to share their stories of these electric summer nights. The film, narrated by New Yorker Alec Baldwin (TV’s “30 Rock”), also highlights a special performance by Paul McCartney.

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The Last Play at Shea was originally published on Divine Aim

Rabid Grannies

Grannies are the greatest. They bake pies, tell stories and take you to the zoo. They don’t ask for an arm and a leg in return. They want your whole body! It’s off to grandmother’s house we go for “Rabid Grannies,” the blood-splattered tale of two little old ladies who open a surprise package from Hell. Out slithers a mysterious fog that turns the grannies into ghouls who can’t wait to sink their dentures into human flesh. Luckily for them, they have a house full of guests…

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Rabid Grannies was originally published on Divine Aim

Mystery Science Theater 3000: Carnival Magic

Set in the not-too-distant future, a Gizmonic Institute employee is lured to the dark side of the moon by third-generation mad scientist Kinga Forrester and her flunky, Max. He is sat in front of cheesy movies with his robot buddies and forced to tortuously watch bad movies in their entirety as these mad scientists study the effects on his mind. Kinga drops a bombshell on Jonah before plunging him into a world of bare-chested carnies, talking chimps, brooding magicians and young love.

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Mystery Science Theater 3000: Carnival Magic was originally published on Divine Aim