Marumalarchi is a 1998 Indian Tamil-language drama film directed by Marumalarchi Bharathi.
The film revolves around an active social worker, Rameshan Nair. He was leading a happy family life but problems begin when a girl enters his life.
Dewey Winfield is a lovable loser who wants nothing more than to beat the guy who has bullied him his whole life in a big fishing tournament. In order to win, Dewey will need the help of some eccentric senior citizens who are about to be evicted from their assisted living home. When they all go fishing, comedy ensues - tragedy strikes - and Dewey discovers that his hopes and dreams of winning the fishing tournament may not be the most important thing in life after all.
The protagonist is young runaway Barbara Sigel (a Golden Globe nominee for her performance in this film), who has a mad-on against the world. Refusing help from anyone over 30, the runaway likewise rejects the solace of the church. This generation gap can only be closed by total and willing acceptance of God and Jesus Christ. Randall Carver and Ed Nelson head the supporting cast, while Rev. Billy Graham makes a brief appearance as himself.
With the city hospital packed with patients, two unlikely roommates find themselves sharing a space just large enough for two beds and a window. Blake Cain is a bitter man who has hit rock bottom. Josiah Carver is a rugged old talker with a an unquenchable desire to forge a friendship. Together they find hope and forgiveness in a small window with an unforgettable view.
Dot and her Dolphin friends are playing along the shore one day. Soon they come across a very sad Whale named Tonga, who has washed up onto the beach. Tonga is in danger of being harmed by evil Whale-hunters and a cruel fish shop owner! Seeing that her new friend is in trouble, Dot just might have a few clever ideas to go about helping.
The harsh reality of a home for abandoned children blends with episodes of youthful fantasy and slapstick comedy in this story of an orphan girl. Lucy's fondest wish is to find new parents and leave an orphanage. She befriends a man who can create doors from paint. He gives her a stuffed dog that magically comes alive when placed on the ground, and he and his wife end up adopting the little girl. After finding parents of her own, Lucy sets out through fantasy to find parents for her orphan friends. All of the people Lucy meet during her remarkable make believe wanderings end up taking children home.
The adventures of a mischievous boy in his neighborhood during the summer break.
A boy finds a large wolf-like dog in the mountain and they befriend. The local peasants think that it may be a real wolf responsible for the sheep pestilence. They decide to kill the animal, but the boy is worried about it and he secretly provides the dog with the food.
A young Marshallese boy, Labro, wakes up one morning anxious for his grandmother to fulfill her promise of buying him ice cream. She agrees, but demands that he do some work first, commanding him -- with a sweep of her arm -- to "clean up all the garbage everywhere." As Labro goes out the door of his rustic shack, he realizes that one of his zoris is missing. His grandmother, angry because he has yet again lost one of his flip flops, gives him an ultimatum: "Do not come back to the house until you have zoris on both of your feet." So Labro begins his quest under the hot island sun to clean up 'everywhere' and to find his other zori...
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is an imaginative, feature-length animated film, faithfully adaptied from the classic book by L. Frank Baum. In this brand new version, the limitations of live action film are transcended by fanciful full animation and whimsical narration. This version of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz contains scenes from the book not included in the MGM movie. The Lightyear Wizard of Oz series was featured exclusively on HBO. Now reacquaint your family with some of the best loved characters ever to dance the yellow brick road and into your heart in this colorful, timeless adventure.
These two tales based on the best-selling books by R.L. Stine have a reputation for giving viewers goose bumps. In "The House of No Return," new kid Chris Wakely is invited to join a club of brave kids. But first, he has to spend the night in a notoriously spooky house. In "The Haunted House Game," Nadine Platt and her friend, Jonathan Hall, discover an abandoned game in the closet of a creepy house and find themselves sucked into another world.
The Wise Pig Built His House Upon the Rock! When the Three Little Pigs roll into Cabbageville looking to build some new houses, they meet one builder with a plan and two without a clue! Larry builds with hay, Mr. Lunt with bricks, but only Bob builds his houses on a firm foundation - following the wise plans from the Master Builder's Handbook!" Will the Little Piggies make the right choices when it comes to building their houses - and their lives - on solid ground? Find out in this parable that shows kids when they follow God's blueprints, they can stand strong when the storms come!
In 'The Circus Kid', Darro gives an excellent performance as Buddy, an orphan who runs away from a a harsh orphanage to join Cadwallader's Circus.
Anton has a magical hat
Larry the Cucumber stars as MacLarry- a misfit inventor who is stuck in the middle of the silliest battle every between two tribes of perpetual pranksters! Follow MacLarry as he realizes that his God-given talents may be just what is needed to save them all from the stinkiest cheese in the land!
A brother and sister help solve a neighborhood crime and by doing so, keep their grandfather's small security service from going out of business.
Pocoyo is a curious little boy with a big personality. He explores the world around him by creating great adventures with his friends Pato, Elly, Loula and Sleepy Bird. Join the party with Pocoyo and his friends as they celebrate a birthday party, a welcome home party, a tea party and other adorable adventures that encourage learning through laughter.