Last updated August 18, 2017
A last-minute visit from a hotel inspector throws the Plaza Hotel into a tailspin on Christmas Eve. But the ever-spirited Eloise (voiced by Mary Matilyn Mouser) won't let it derail her plans to put on a holiday extravaganza in the ballroom. While the Plaza's manager, Mr. Salamone (Tim Curry), works the staff into a frenzy, Eloise and her friends continue to rehearse their show -- and keep tabs on Mr. Salamone's troublemaking nephew, Edwin.
Details about Eloise: Little Miss Christmas
Fun is the order of the day when Nanny goes on vacation and leaves the Plaza's youngest resident in the care of the lovely and hip Nicole. Footloose and fancy-free, Eloise sees a side of the city she's never been exposed to, but her delight turns to despair when her newfound friend shows an interest in another friend -- Eloise's favorite Plaza employee, Bill. Green with envy, Eloise plots to break up the romance in this animated tale.
Details about Eloise in Springtime
The Plaza Hotel's most whimsical resident is planning the best birthday party ever, and young viewers are invited to the bash in this animated feature. Just as the festivities get going, the spirited Eloise meets Yuko, a Japanese violin prodigy, and decides to show her new friend all the fun ways to create mischief in a fancy hotel. The voice talent includes Lynn Redgrave as Nanny and Tim Curry as Mr. Salamone, the hotel manager.
Details about Me, Eloise
Eleven-year-old Akeelah Anderson is determined to spell her way out of South Los Angeles and make it to the National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C. With a tutor behind her, Akeelah may even show her pessimistic mother she has what it takes to win.
Details about Akeelah and the Bee
It's Halloween, and all of the residents of the Plaza Hotel are in good spirits. But when the infamous ghost of Diamond Jim Johnson surfaces to wreak havoc, it's up to Eloise (voiced by Mary Matilyn Mouser) and her friends to put him in his place. Lynn Redgrave, Tim Curry, Brad Garrett and Jim Belushi lend their vocal talents to this delightful addition to the Eloise universe, inspired by the beloved books by Kay Thompson.
Details about Eloise's Rawther Unusual Halloween
Two gangs unwittingly attempt to rob a bank at the same time, catching innocent Tripp Kennedy (Patrick Dempsey) in the middle of the action. In the midst of the melee, Tripp saves bank teller Kaitlin (Ashley Judd), and together they scheme to stay alive and out of love. When the bank's security system goes into lockdown mode, the standoff pits crook against crook while Tripp and Kaitlin execute their plan.
Details about Flypaper
Elle Woods's twin cousins, pink-clad British blondes Annabelle (Camilla Rosso) and Isabelle Woods (Rebecca Rosso), move to California -- yipping lap dogs in tow -- eager to take on life at their new prep school. But their classmates prove to be anything but welcoming. When the twins are framed by the school's aloof elite for a crime, the battle is on and the girls must power up all their cleverness and charm to prove their innocence.
Details about Legally Blondes
Nothing to fear here. More silly than scary, this documentary pays homage to the flamboyant local hosts who introduced horror and science-fiction movies to the masses and helped them gain cult status on the airwaves. Between vintage television clips and reflective interviews with horror hosts and aficionados, you'll hear from the likes of Svengoolie (Ernie Anderson), Joan E. Cleaver (Jeanne Dietrick), Sir Cecil Creepe (Russ McCown) and many more.
Details about American Scary
Disgusted by Adams College's transformation into a nerd paradise, loudmouth alum Orrin Price (Morton Downey Jr.) teams with aging nerd nemesis Stan (Ted McGinley) to restore the campus to its jock roots. The nerds' only hope is their patron saint, Lewis (Robert Carradine), now a wealthy computer consultant who has lost touch with his inner geek. Curtis Armstrong returns as the immortal Booger in this third installment of the pocket-protected franchise.
Details about Revenge of the Nerds III: The Next Generation
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