Dorothy of Oz Dorothy of Oz (2013) - Trailer #1 - Back in Kansas, Dorothy Gale decides to return to Oz in order to help her friends.
Anastasia Anastasia (1997) - Trailer #1 - This animated adventure retells the story of the lost daughter of Russia’s last czar. The only surviving child of the Russian Royal Family hooks up with two con men while the undead Rasputin seeks her death.
The Jerk The Jerk (1979) - Trailer #1 - Directed by Carl Reiner and starring Steve Martin, Bernadette Peters, Catlin Adams, Mabel King, and Richard Ward. After discovering he’s not really black like the rest of his family, likable dimwit Navin Johnson runs off on a hilarious misadventure in this comedy classic that takes him from rags to riches and back to rags again. The slaphappy jerk strikes it rich, but life in the fast lane isn’t all it’s cracked up to be and, in the end, all that really matters to Johnson is his true love.
The Longest Yard The Longest Yard (1974) - A 15 Minute Romp - Miss Toot (Bernadette Peters) smuggles some game film to Paul (Burt Reynolds) in return for fifteen minutes of sexual satisfaction.
Impromptu Impromptu (1991) - A Duel at Dinner - Chopin (Hugh Grant) leaves dinner due to a coughing fit, while de Musset (Mandy Patinkin) gets challenged to a duel.
Impromptu Impromptu (1991) - A Gang of Parasites - Duchess D’Antan (Emma Thompson) barely contains her excitement as she welcomes Sand (Judy Davis) and her companions to her home.
Impromptu Impromptu (1991) - A Game of Sabotage - D’Agoult (Bernadette Peters) tries to convince Liszt (Julian Sands) to sabotage the potential relationship between Sands (Judy Davis) and Chopin (Hugh Grant).
Impromptu Impromptu (1991) - How Does a Man Pursue a Woman? - D’Agoult (Bernadette Peters) gives Sand (Judy Davis) advice for wooing Chopin.
Impromptu Impromptu (1991) - Liszt Performs - Sand (Judy Davis) and D’Agoult (Bernadette Peters) marvel as Liszt (Julian Sands) performs, and Duchess D’Antan (Emma Thompson) prepares for Sand’s arrival.
Impromptu Impromptu (1991) - Art Does Not Apologize! - De Musset (Mandy Patinkin) writes a play satirizing his hosts, Chopin (Hugh Grant) protests, and an explosion ends the performance.
The Jerk The Jerk (1979) - Navin's Birthday - Navin (Steve Martin) gets the shock of his life on his birthday when he learns that he will always be white and that he wasn’t born into his family.
The Jerk The Jerk (1979) - Navin Beats the Racists - Navin (Steve Martin) gets angry and uses karate on some thugs who use racial slurs in his home.
The Jerk The Jerk (1979) - That's All I Need! - Navin (Steve Martin) hits rock bottom, leaving Marie (Bernadette Peters) at the house, taking only his chair… and paddle ball game… and lamp…