Last updated April 10, 2021
An ordinary day at Fernfield Farms turns extraordinary when five dogs discover mysterious rings that grant them each a unique super power. The pups unleash their amazing abilities when a shape-shifting bully from outer space threatens the planet.
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Would-be preacher Ben Walker (Kevin Sorbo) left his church and his college sweetheart, Wendy (Kristy Swanson), for a lucrative career, but when the slick executive's new ride breaks down, angelic tow-truck driver Mike (John Ratzenberger) offers to show where Ben's life might have gone. In this comedy of second chances, Ben awakens to find Wendy and their kids getting ready for church, while ahead of him lies a day of reckoning and reconsideration.
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Join the entire gang in the penultimate season of this beloved sitcom set in the underground bar where everybody knows your name, as Sam and Rebecca try to conceive a child and Woody and Kelly prepare to get married. In other developments, Cliff thinks Johnny Carson stole one of his jokes and Frasier reveals that Lilith is not his first wife. Look out for guest appearances by Emma Thompson and Sen. John Kerry.
Details about Cheers: Season 10
Laughter, camaraderie and beer continue to flow at the Boston bar filled with quirky regulars in the ninth season of the long-running sitcom, especially now that Sam has ownership of the establishment again. Developments this season include Rebecca's plan to marry jailbird Robin Colcord, an ongoing feud between the bar folks and the new owner of the second floor restaurant, and Carla's quest to be crowned Miss Boston Barmaid.
Details about Cheers: Season 9
Pull up a stool and join the regulars at the Boston bar "where everybody knows your name" for Season 8 of one of this long-running television comedy. As the season opens, millionaire Robin (Roger Rees) arrives to woo bar manager Rebecca (Kirstie Alley) and torment Sam (Ted Danson). Meanwhile, Cliff (John Ratzenberger) goes on "Jeopardy"; Carla (Rhea Perlman) calls in an exorcist; and the barflies hold a beard-growing contest.
Details about Cheers: Season 8
Belly up to the bar for another season of laughs courtesy of the quirky staff and clientele at Boston's favorite tavern. In the seventh season, skirt-chaser Sam (Ted Danson) tries to make up with neurotic Rebecca (Kirstie Alley) and more. Also, dim-bulb Woody (Woody Harrelson) gets in on some bets, salty Carla (Rhea Perlman) celebrates an anniversary, and all the while, elbow-benders Norm (George Wendt) and Cliff (John Ratzenberger) hang out.
Details about Cheers: Season 7
The classic Boston bar continues to thrive in Season 6 of hilarious episodes that find Sam Malone (Ted Danson) flat broke and back at Cheers (after selling the bar and buying a yacht that sank). Promptly, he clashes with the pub's new manager, Rebecca Howe (Kirstie Alley). She's a smart, sassy woman who has no intention of succumbing to Sam's charms. Woody Harrelson, Rhea Pearlman, Kelsey Grammer, Bebe Neuwirth and George Wendt co-star.
Details about Cheers: Season 6
With plenty of laughs on tap, the Emmy-winning television show's fifth season sees snooty waitress Diane Chambers (Shelley Long) bid adieu to Cheers and to womanizer Sam Malone (Ted Danson). Joining the cast of regulars are Dr. Lilith Sternin (Bebe Neuwirth) as Frasier Crane's love interest and hockey star Eddie LeBec (Jay Thomas) as the new man in Carla Tortelli's life. Uncork a few bottles and settle in for 26 classic episodes.
Details about Cheers: Season 5
The gang's almost all here, including ex-Red Sox player Sam (Ted Danson), pseudo-intellectual waitress Diane (Shelley Long), her surly colleague, Carla (Rhea Perlman), and bar regulars Norm (George Wendt), Cliff (John Ratzenberger) and Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) in this fourth season of the hit sitcom. Coach, however, has now "retired" to the ball field in the sky, so Sam hires a new barkeep (Woody Harrelson), to join the usual hilarious fray.
Details about Cheers: Season 4
After a stay in a psychiatric institution, Diane returns to Cheers to help Sam get clean and sober. She enlists the services of uptight shrink Dr. Frasier Crane. Meanwhile, Norm goes to jail and Carla gets a proposition from her ex-husband.
Details about Cheers: Season 3
Featuring a sterling ensemble cast, this long-running, award-winning NBC sitcom centers around Sam Malone (Ted Danson), an ex-baseball player turned bar owner, whose popular saloon is always filled with quirky customers and even more eccentric staff. Womanizer Sam falls hard for waitress Diane (Shelley Long), while barflies Norm and Cliff philosophize, egghead Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) bemoans his life and beer slinger Carla dishes out sarcasm.
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It's last call for Boston's most famous tavern in the Emmy Award-winning show's final season, when Rebecca accidentally sets the bar on fire, Sam escalates the war of practical jokes with a neighboring saloon and Frasier and Lilith break up for good. Meanwhile, Norm gets a job as a brewery's beer taster, Cliff discovers he may be a father, and in the last episode, long-lost Diane returns to Cheers for a final reunion.
Details about Cheers: Season 11
Your favorite Boston neighborhood bar -- where everybody knows your name -- lives on in this collection of the show's first season. Bartender Sam Malone and the object of his unrequited love, Diane, cross swords in the landmark television comedy.
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Radical journalist and socialist John Reed (Warren Beatty), along with his paramour, protofeminist Louise Bryant (Diane Keaton), gets swept up in the world-changing spirit, euphoria and aftermath of Russia's 1917 Bolshevik Revolution and the newly founded Soviet Union. Jack Nicholson, Paul Sorvino, Edward Herrmann, M. Emmet Walsh and Maureen Stapleton co-star in this Beatty-directed, Oscar-winning epic.
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As a CIA employee in charge of guarding top secret documents, all-American Christopher Boyce (Timothy Hutton) becomes disillusioned with his country and decides to make a deal with the Soviet Union. Boyce drags his childhood friend Daulton Lee (Sean Penn) into the arrangement, but the drug-addicted Lee's reasons for committing espionage are strictly monetary. John Schlesinger directs this provocative and sometimes humorous account.
Details about The Falcon and the Snowman
Acclaimed director John Schlesinger stages this epic romance against the dramatic backdrop of World War II. Stationed in England at the end of the war, three American soldiers (Richard Gere, William Devane and Chick Vennera) find romance with three local women (Lisa Eichhorn, Vanessa Redgrave and Wendy Morgan). Jazz fans should keep an eye out for singer Annie Ross in a brief role as a Red Cross worker.
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When Jesse inherits a mysterious family mansion, he's intrigued by photos of his great-great-grandfather holding an ancient Aztec skull. A little digging unearths 170-year-old Gramps -- alive -- who warns Jesse that evil forces are after the skull.
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