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Thirty years after losing a karate tournament and disgracing himself in front of Adolf Hilter, a Nazi officer challenges his opponent - named Miyagi - to a rematch.

The year was 1990. Milli Vanilli began their unstoppable march up the pop charts. The Church Lady was the favored impression of dorky dads everywhere. And evidently The Bronx was a wasteland overrun by gangs with really lame themes.

Yearning for all the excitement of a guided cave tour in Omaha, Nebraska? Look no further than It Lives By Night!

The very British Sir Christopher Lee, taking time off from leading starship invasions, stars as Sherlock Holmes in a very German movie concerning the theft of Cleopatra's Necklace and—well, a lot of stuff, quite frankly. People die, things explode, cars crash.

Out of nowhere, plucky Mary Jo changes the lives of her fellow first-graders with a show-and-tell they'll never forget.

Once upon a time, way back in 1996, the stars aligned and gave us Yesterday’s Target, a TV movie starring LeVar Burton, Malcolm McDowell, and a Baldwin brother!

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