Over 16 hours of fun and adventure for the entire family!
Enjoy 12 movies filled with entertaining stories that will captivate kids and provide positive messages that will delight parents.
The Big Trees
Starring Kirk Douglas, Edgar Buchanan
(1952) Color Not Rated
In 1900, a change in the law allows lumbermen access to some of the prime Redwood forest in California. Standing between those who wish to harvest some of the prime tracts of land are a Quaker colony. Spectacular scenery and fierce dramatic action typify this big screen production with staunch Kirk Douglas in the starring role.
Starring Kirk Douglas, Edgar Buchanan
Elle: A Modern Cinderella Tale
Starring: Sterling Knight, Ashlee Hewitt, Thomas Calabro, and Kiely Williams
2010 Color PG
Elle dreams of becoming a singer/songwriter but her tragic past keeps her from perusing her talent. While working at her uncle’s small independent record label, she meets the famous pop singer, Ty Parker, whose passion for Elle’s music makes her believe in second chances.
Coach of the Year
Starring Robert Conrad, Erin Gray, Daphne Reid
(1980) Color Not Rated
When former Chicago Bears star Jim Brandon, played by Robert Conrad (Wild, Wild West), comes home from the Vietnam conflict paralyzed, he is determined to overcome his handicap. After unsuccessfully trying out for a position as a football coach, he visits a reform school that is badly in need of one. Brandon’s greatest challenge turns out to be getting the delinquent kids at the reform school to accept him as their coach.
Jack & The Beanstalk
Starring: Colin Ford, Katey Sagal, Chevy Chase, and Christopher Lloyd
2010 Color G
Jack must perform a heroic deed by Monday or he will flunk out of fairy tale school. Anxious to make good, Jack sells his C.O.W. (Computer of Wonder) for a handful of magic beans and a mysterious book that records his adventures. Helping Jack on his perilous quest is the spunky Jillian, a fearless young girl whom Jack meets on his journey — and who just may have a hidden agenda…
Starring Robert Conrad, Red West, Joan Sweeny
1984 Color Not Rated
A former student of a military high school arrives back at the school as the headmaster, looking to turn things around at the school. While his brash style causes some issues with the administration and students, he hopes that positive results will be derived from his changes. A competition against another military academy just might be the catalyst to bring everyone together under their new leader.
Starring Steve Guttenberg, Sophie Lorain, Ryan Slater
2000 Color PG
Performing community service for a children’s home is Henry’s punishment for his gambling addiction. Henry is given the chance to use his past soccer career to right his wrongs by helping the newly created kid’s team and potentially save their home.
The Inspector General
Starring Danny Kaye, Walter Slezak, Elsa Lanchester
(1949) Color Not Rated
Danny Kaye stars in this musical comedy about a case of mistaken identity and the poor fool caught in the middle of it. Georgi (Kaye) is an illiterate member of a traveling medicine show who is mistaken by a small Russian village as the Inspector General, a royal official with vast powers. While the local government officials plot to bribe or kill him, Georgi ingrains himself into the public’s favor all the while trying to find a way out of his situation.
The Pied Piper of Hamelin
Starring Van Johnson, Claude Rains, Jim Backus
(1958) Color Not Rated
The town of Hamelin is trying to win royal recognition over its rival but finds itself overrun with rats when the other town suffers a flood. The townspeople try everything to get rid of the rats and fail at every turn, so they hold a town meeting to determine what to do. A mysterious piper shows up and promises to rid the town of the pests for a fee. The town elders agree and, after the piper drives the rats away, they refuse to pay the piper his fee, so he takes drastic measures to punish the people of Hamelin.
School of Life
Starring: Ryan Reynolds, David Paymer, John Astin, and Kate Vernon
2005 Color PG
Ryan Reynolds lights up the screen as the charismatic and hip Mr. D, a teacher whose lessons extend far beyond the classroom. A heartwarming tale of learning to appreciate every moment we’re given.
Starring: Ryan Merriman, Stanley Tucci, Dana Delaney, and Paula Garces
2003 Color PG-13
In this intimate coming-of-age adventure, a teenage boy (Ryan Merriman) learns about the dangers and pleasures of love, life and flying. This superbly acted tale, told by award-winning director James Redford, is as beautiful as it is powerful.
Starring: Forrest Landis, AnnaSophia Robb, Lea Thompson, and D.L. Hughley
2008 Color PG
Doubting Thomas is the story of a twelve year old boy known for telling tall tales who overhears a plot to kidnap the President’s daughter. When he goes public with his story, no one believes him, and he is forced to save her on his own.
Starring John Astin, Frank Sinatra Jr., Jackie Gayle
1972) Color G
A family man struggling to support his family on the meager wages of his menial job has always dreamed of running his own business. Finally deciding to pursue his dream, he quits his job at the canning factory and buys an old Cadillac, which he transforms into a taxi. Our enterprising new business owner faces many challenges trying to run his own taxi service and the interesting people he meets while driving around the city adds to the fun and excitement.