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Cadet Kelly, 1h36
Directed by Larry Shaw
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy
Themes Dance films, Sports films, Children's films
Actors Hilary Duff, Christy Carlson Romano, Gary Cole, Shawn Ashmore, Andrea Lewis, Aimee Garcia

The plot of the movie concerns Kelly Collins, a free-spirited eighth grade girl whose mother gets married to Brigadier General Joe "Sir" Maxwell (Gary Cole). When her new stepfather becomes the Commandant of a military school, George Washington Military Academy, Kelly and her family move upstate. Kelly has to enroll at the school, since it is the only school in the area, leaving behind her art school and her best friend Amanda. On her first day at military school, she befriends Carla (Andrea Lewis), a girl who has been there for a long time and shows her the ropes. Kelly, at first, has trouble fitting in and obeying the orders of the officers above her, especially Cadet Captain Jennifer Stone (Christy Carlson Romano), who has a crush on Cadet Major Brad Rigby (Shawn Ashmore). Kelly feels drawn to Brad instantly, and competes with Captain Stone for his attention. Captain Stone does not treat Kelly well, verbally abusing her and destroying her personal belongings. After taking a long time to complete the obstacle course, Captain Stone has Kelly take the course again. After getting all dirty from the course and finishing it, Kelly heads to the dance, but stumbles and ruins Captain Stone's dress at the dance. Her stepfather talks to Kelly in his office about the incident and what the teachers are saying about her. At home, Kelly is ready to tell her mom about her feelings and opinions of the new school, but before she could even start, her mother reveals to her that Kelly is going to have a half-sibling (implying that her mother and her stepfather are going to have a baby together). Seeing that her mom needs her support, she vows to help her stepfather learn how to take care of a child and make him "ready" to be a dad. To get back at Captain Stone for destroying her blanket, Kelly decides to paint Stone's hair in the middle of the night, in the same pattern as a blanket of Kelly's that Stone ruined.
A Christmas Visitor, 1h40
Directed by Christopher Leitch
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Themes Christmas films
Actors William Devane, Meredith Baxter, Dean McDermott, Reagan Pasternak, Aaron Ashmore, Lindy Booth

The film concerns the story of the Boyajian family, who have not celebrated Christmas in 11 years, since their son John was killed on Christmas Day 1991 during the Gulf War. With their daughter Jeanie potentially facing a life-threatening illness, George decides they should once again celebrate Christmas; however, Carol adamantly refuses.
Dancing at the Harvest Moon, 1h24
Directed by Bobby Roth
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors Jacqueline Bisset, Eric Mabius, Eugene Roche, Valerie Harper, Susan Anspach, Navi Rawat

Maggie (Bisset), a professor of English literature, is fast approaching her silver wedding anniversary. But her world is shattered upon discovering that her husband, Tom, has been repeatedly adulterous during their marriage and now intends to marry his younger mistress. Facing divorce, she retreats to the tranquility of her hometown, where she met her first love, Patrick, decades earlier. Patrick has long since died, and the club where they danced together—the Harvest Moon—is closed and in disrepair. She seizes upon the idea of buying and restoring the club again—with the help of a young carpenter/woodworker, John (Mabius), who turns out to be Patrick's son. Soon the attraction between John and Maggie is hard to deny. However, Maggie can't stop thinking of the obstacles between them, including his young age, his current girlfriend and, most critically, whether her feelings for John are sincere or only a projection of her long-ago love for his father. All is finally revealed once the Harvest Moon is open again.
Haven't We Met Before?
Directed by René Bonnière
Genres Drama, Thriller, Crime
Actors Page Fletcher, Nicollette Sheridan, Anthony Lemke, Daniela Amavia, Daniel Fathers

Sans mobile apparent, un homme tente de tuer une brillante étudiante. Il semble convaincu que dans une vie antérieure, cette femme était responsable de sa mort. Il est alors considéré par la justice comme un malade mental : il prétend avoir vécu plusieurs autres vies dans le passé. Quant à l'inspecteur en charge de l'enquête, il est persuadé qu'il s'agit d'un tueur en série.
Hell on Heels: The  Battle of Mary Kay, 1h40
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Shirley MacLaine, Shannen Doherty, R.H. Thomson, Parker Posey, Rachael Crawford, Marnie McPhail

Biopicture about Mary Kay Ash, cosmetics queen and business woman. She tells her story of her rise to fame to the inquiring reporter Annika Kern. Her powerful position is threatened by the much younger Jinger Heath. Her BeautiControl company takes an enormous bite in Mary Kay's company. In the middle of their rivalry enters Lexi Wilcox, a slightly off-center beauty.
Hope Ranch
Hope Ranch (2002)
, 1h40
Directed by Rex Piano
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Western
Actors Bruce Boxleitner, Lorenzo Lamas, Barry Corbin, Gail O'Grady, Laura Johnson, Jorge Daniel Pardo

J.T. Hope, a former police officer and marine, owner of a ranch called "Circle Hope Ranch" decides to start a program for troubled teens on his ranch to help rehabilitate them and help them get out of the life of crime, drugs and other bad things. Hope starts the program and 3 boys are brought in to the new program. J.T. has 2 good friends who work with him on the ranch, Shorty, and Colt Webb, a former juvenile delinquent who was given a second chance with the help of J.T. Hope.
King of Texas, 1h35
Directed by Uli Edel
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Action, Western
Themes Political films, Films based on plays, Films based on works by William Shakespeare, Films about royalty
Actors Patrick Stewart, Marcia Gay Harden, Lauren Holly, Julie Cox, Colm Meaney, David Alan Grier

The film takes the plot of William Shakespeare's King Lear and places it in the Republic of Texas during the 19th century. Stewart stars as John Lear, a wealthy cattle baron and analog to King Lear. In the story, Lear divides his property among his daughters, only to be rejected by them once they have it.
The Gathering Storm, 1h36
Directed by Richard Loncraine
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Historical
Actors Albert Finney, Vanessa Redgrave, Jim Broadbent, Linus Roache, Lena Headey, Tom Wilkinson

The film opens in 1934 with Winston Churchill deep in his wilderness years, and struggling to complete his biography of his ancestor the Duke of Marlborough, which he hopes will revive his fortunes. Winston is chided by his wife Clemmie for their lack of money and is aware that as a 'man of destiny' his moment may have passed. At the same time he struggles in the House of Commons as a backbencher to get a hearing for his concerns about German re-armament under Hitler and the policy of appeasement.
Joe and Max, 1h49
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Biography
Themes Sports films, Martial arts films, Boxing films
Actors Leonard Roberts, Til Schweiger, Peta Wilson, Richard Roundtree, David Paymer, Bruce Weitz

In 1936 African American boxer Joe Louis (Leonard Roberts), trained by Jack Blackburn (Richard Roundtree), is undefeated and apparently invincible. Then Jewish-American boxing manager Joe Jacobs (David Paymer) obtains a film of his fight against Paulino Uzcudun in Madison Square Garden. Jacobs delivers the film to his client, German heavyweight champion Max Schmeling (Til Schweiger). A pioneer of video analysis, Schmeling discovers how Louis always neglects his guard when he has just delivered a certain blow. Schmeling decides to seek a fight with Louis. The next year they fight in the United States. The German, who is nine years Louis's senior, surprises everybody by winning.
Lathe of Heaven, 1h31
Directed by Philip Haas
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Thriller, Fantasy
Themes Films based on science fiction novels
Actors James Caan, Lukas Haas, David Strathairn, Lisa Bonet, Sheila McCarthy, Serge Houde

Lathe of Heaven stars James Caan, Lukas Haas, and Lisa Bonet. Unlike the 1980 adaptation, it discards a significant portion of the plot, some minor characters, and much of the philosophical underpinnings of the book.
Lone Hero
Lone Hero (2002)
, 1h30
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action, Adventure
Actors Lou Diamond Phillips, Sean Patrick Flanery, Robert Forster, Tanya Allen, Mark Metcalf, Hugh Dillon

John Gray (Sean Patrick Flanery) is an actor in a Far West time touristic attraction village, named Profit, near a small town.
Man and Boy
Directed by Simon Curtis
Genres Drama
Actors Ioan Gruffudd, Elizabeth Mitchell, Ian McShane, Shelley Conn, Natasha Little, Ian McNeice

Harry a tout pour être heureux dans la vie. Marié très jeune à la superbe Gina qui lui a donné un fils, Pat, il produit avec succès un talk-show sur une chaîne de télévision londonienne. Mais à l'aube de ses trente ans, l'homme se pose bien des questions sur sa jeunesse perdue. Après une émission particulièrement ratée, il finit la nuit dans le lit de son assistante Jasmine. Un écart de conduite dont Gina a rapidement vent. Effondrée, la jeune femme quitte le domicile conjugal. A la recherche d'un emploi d'interprète, elle décide de tenter sa chance au Japon, laissant pour un temps la garde de Pat à son mari. Harry, qui vient de perdre son emploi, tente tant bien que mal de reconstruire sa vie.
The Man Who Saved Christmas, 1h40
Directed by Sturla Gunnarsson
Genres Drama
Themes Christmas films
Actors Jason Alexander, Kelly Rowan, Edward Asnere, Kenneth Welsh, Jayne Eastwood, Daniel Kash

The movie revolves around A.C. Gilbert, his family and toy factory. The film is set during the First World War. Gilbert, a successful toymaker, is requested by the government to re-tool his factory to help produce goods for the war effort. Gilbert initially agrees to this, but comes to regret his decision. The movie also deals with Gilbert's relationship with his father (Edward Asner) and his son (Jake Brockman, not to be confused with Jake Brockman).
Martin and Lewis, 2h
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Biography, Comedy
Actors Jeremy Northam, Sean Hayes, Paula Cale, Sarah Manninen, Kate Levering, Tony Nappo

When lounge singer Dean Martin (Northam) and burlesque comic Jerry Lewis (Hayes) clicked during an impromptu pairing in 1946, neither anticipated their unparalleled success as a team. Lewis was going nowhere fast with an act built around miming to records, while Martin was making a subpar living as a crooner, sleeping on his agent's couch. Lewis had beseeched his agent to reteam him with the reluctant Martin; Lewis instigated their act and adopted the jaded pro as his unofficial big brother. Ever aloof, Martin is content to cash in on the bonanza and continue his sideline in womanizing. But as Lewis assumes more control, Martin’s mistress, Jeanne (Levering), nags him to take more credit. From bistros to radio to television, the seductive singer and the wacky stooge click with audiences. As the act takes Hollywood by storm in 1949, Lewis becomes paranoid about Martin’s popularity; psychosomatic stomach pains become his way of grabbing attention. Handsome and effortlessly charming, Martin successfully launches a solo acting career, in part to escape Lewis’s directorial aspirations and oppressive neediness. When Martin is called on the carpet by his wife, Betty (Cale), he walks out on his family; his frustration and resentment at being part of a two-headed showbiz monster only increases. Engineered by managers and agents, the last lap of the Martin-Lewis partnership is a cheerless financial arrangement, and though each triumphs after the official split in 1956, neither ever recaptures the elation of their early chemistry.