Lesley Ann Warren
Twinkle All the Way
3 Days with Dad
The last thing Eddie Mills wants to do is go home to deal with his dying Dad. But the Catholic guilt gnaws at him, and he returns home to his crazy family, an overbearing step-mother, and his bear of a father. Once there, Eddie is confronted with a revelation that forces him to deal with the past he has always avoided.
Longtime couple Henry and Dianne are afraid that if they finally tie the knot it would mean the end of their days as free-spirited urbanites. But a whirlwind night apart involving temptations from a duo of strangers will either make them realize why they are together in the first place or finally drive them apart forever.
I Am Michael
On the day of their Father\'s 70th birthday party, four siblings come to terms with the publication of a novel written by the youngest sibling, that exposes the family\'s most intimate secrets.
A Little Help
It\'s a movie for everyone whose life has been thrown off-course, out of whack, or simply not turned out the way they planned it. In other words, it\'s a movie for everyone, period. Set in suburban Long Island in the summer of 2002, with the psychic wounds of 9/11 still fresh, A Little Help is a story that takes a comic, searching and profoundly empathetic look at a few pivotal months in the life of dental hygienist Laura Pehlke (Jenna Fischer)-an ordinary woman whose life suddenly flies off the rails-and her heroic efforts to re-establish a sense of security and normalcy for herself and her son.
Teaching Mrs. Tingle
Leanne is salutatorian when she needs to be valedictorian to get her scholarship to Harvard. The only class she is worse than the leader in is history, taught by Mrs. Tingle, and the teacher hates her. When an attempt to get ahead in Mrs. Tingle\'s class goes awry, mayhem ensues and friendships, loyalties and trust are tested by the teacher\'s intricate mind-games.
The Limey follows Wilson, a tough English ex-con who travels to Los Angeles to avenge his daughter\'s death. Upon arrival, Wilson goes to task battling Valentine and an army of L.A.\'s toughest criminals, hoping to find clues and piece together what happened. After surviving a near-death beating, getting thrown from a building and being chased down a dangerous mountain road, the Englishman decides to dole out some bodily harm of his own.
The First Man
Aliens who take on the form of humans are invading Earth. When a team of agents who are tasked with tracking down these aliens for termination realize that the creatures have the ability to manipulate women on a psychological level, their assignments become terrifyingly uncertain.
Color of Night
Dusty Chandler (Strait) is a super star in the country music world, but his shows have the style of a \'70s rock concert. One day he takes a walk - out of his overdone concerts to find his real country roots. He\'s helped and hindered by friends and staff, but pushes on in his search for a real music style as well as a real romance.
Bernice \"Bernie\" Rhodenbarr is a burglar by trade, and she runs a bookstore as well. Her friend Carl Hefler is a dog groomer. After a successful burglary, it\'s discovered that a dead body was in the house she burgled. As she\'s the only one who can be placed at the scene of the crime, she has to use her criminal skills to clear her name of the murder AND avoid getting charged with the burglary.
Clue finds six colorful dinner guests gathered at the mansion of their host, Mr. Boddy -- who turns up dead after his secret is exposed: He was blackmailing all of them. With the killer among them, the guests and Boddy\'s chatty butler must suss out the culprit before the body count rises.
Harry and Walter Go to New York
Two hoplessly out of their class con-men attempt to pull off the largest bank heist of the l9th century. They gain the enmity of the most famous bank Robber in the world and the affection of a crusading newspaperwoman.
After the success of the live 1957 Cinderella on CBS (with Julie Andrews), the network decided to produce another television version. The 1957 premiere had been broadcast before videotape was available, so only one performance could be shown. CBS mounted a new production in 1965, with Richard Rodgers as Executive Producer and written by Joseph Schrank. The new script hewed closer to the traditional tale, although nearly all of the original songs were retained and sung in their original settings. Added to the Rogers and Hammerstein score was \"Loneliness of Evening\", which had been composed for South Pacific in 1949 but not used in that musical. The 1965 debut had a Nielsen rating of 42.3, making it the highest-rated non-sports special on CBS from the beginning of the Nielsen ratings until 2009, and the 50th highest-rated show of any kind during that period.