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Following the series finale of “Freaks and Geeks” warning!, Lindsay Weir has been invited to a college summit but chooses not to go and goes to follow the Grateful Dead tour along with Kim Kelly. Along the way, they get into all sorts of adventures along the way.
A New Jersey teen moves to California, meets bullies, and learns karate from a Japanese handyman named Mr. Myagi.
Robbie Hart is an aspiring songwriter and a wedding singer, who has just been ditched by his finaceé, Linda, at the altar. Then goes into a nervous breakdown. He meets a waitress named Julia who is about to get married to a man named Glenn, whom Robbie finds out cheats on Julia. Robbie must find a way to break the marriage as Julia and Glenn get married in Las Vegas.
Jake Blues, the vocalist of the band The Blues Brothers, has just been released from prison. He and his brother, Elwood, learn their local church is going to be sold to the Board of Education until the church's tax assessment of $5,000 is payed. So they decide to put their band back together to raise money. But they make enemies along the way including Illinois Nazis, the police, a mystery woman, and a Country-and-Western band called the Good Ole Boys.
The story concerns an ex-convict Harry Powell who, acting on a story told him by his now-dead cellmate, cons the cellmate's widow into marrying him in hopes that her children will tell him where their father hid the money from his last robbery. After killing their mother, he embarks on a hunt for the children, who have sensed his evil and are running from him.
Two young children shipwrecked on a tropical island in the South Pacific. Emotional feelings and physical changes arise as they reach puberty and fall in love.
Tommy, at age 6, witnesses the murder of his stepfather by his father, who returned from the war. He is told by his father and his mother to forget everything about it. Tommy takes this literally and goes inward to his mind and stops seeing, hearing, and speaking. His parents are worried by this and go through several attempts to cure him: The Hawker, the Acid Queen, and a doctor. Eventually, Tommy find happiness in pinball despite his disability. He becomes the champion and when he gets cured he is hailed by his fans as the next “Messiah.”
Chief Martin Brody of Amity Island tries to protect beachgoers from a great white shark by closing the beach, only to be overruled by the town council, which wants the beach to remain open to draw a profit from tourists. After several attacks, he enlists the help of a marine biologist, Matt Hooper, and a professional shark hunter, Quint.
The famous episode of The Simpsons is brought to the screen. It all starts at Springfield Elementary, when Groundskeeper Willie strikes oil and the school becomes rich. The owner of the local Power Plant, Mr. Burns, is enraged by this and robs the school of the oil by establishing a slant drilling operation. The results for this include Groundskeeper Willie losing his job, no music class in school, Moe's bar being closed, the Springfield retirement home collapses, Bart's treehouse explodes and his dog has his leg broken. And after this, Mr. Burns reveals to his helper, Mr. Smithers, his next …
Two Californian high school friends, Jason and Dane, make a bet that Jason can't become friends with Miley Cyrus, who just moved into town. After awhile, Jason and Miley begin to fall in love. But, when Miley finds out about the bet she believes Jason just used her. Meanwhile, the new member of a paparazzi group called “Pressing Your Buttons” is an ex-serial killer who hasn't changed his way and is planning on making Miley his next victim.
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