All his life, plucky parrotfish Alex has dreamed of being a superhero. He gets his chance when a mysterious flood of black goop erupts near his coral reef. As Alex and his pals-a seahorse, an eel, and a blowfish-swim off to confront the menace and save their home, they face a sunken ship with hidden treasure, an abandoned airplane, angry sharks, and an undersea volcano. This thrilling, funny family tale stars Mark Hamill (Star Wars), iJustine ("The Annoying Orange") and Ron Perlman (Hellboy).
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After losing his father at a young age in a terrible accident, Yong-hu (Park) abandons his Christian faith and chooses to only believe in himself. Now as an adult, Yong-hu is a champion fighter and has everything he has ever wanted, that is until mysterious wounds appear in the palms of his hands. He solicits help from a local priest Father Ahn (Ahn), hoping the priest can help relieve him of the painful markings only to find himself in the middle of a dangerous fight against otherworldly evil forces seeking to wreak havoc on the human world.
Hope Has A Name is an inspiring documentary film about ordinary women bringing extraordinary hope in unlikely places. In Urban America, the bush of Africa, the war zone of the Congo and in closed nations there are women who are living outside their own cultures, society and comfort level to care for orphans, build schools, liberate addicts, feed the poor and love the broken. These ordinary women are reaching into hopeless situations of people and creating hope. A few of these women have names you may recognize, while many are mostly unknown. In Hope Has A Name Heidi Baker, Amy Lancaster, Deena Van't Hul, Jessica Goodman and Cassandra Lee take you on a candid and intimate journey into their worlds and lives as they make Hope come alive - and with it the belief that we can all do something.
In old Betamax footage, the Polish-American artist Stanislav Szukalski (1893-1987) speaks animatedly about his life and work. Art aficionado Glenn Bray filmed his elderly friend in the last years of his life to document his remarkable career and personality before it was too late. In this wide-ranging portrait, Bray explains how he met Szukalski by chance in 1971 when he came across one of his expressionist drawings and discovered that its maker lived only a few miles away from him. The man leading a modest, anonymous life in Burbank, California turned out to have been a well-known avant-garde artist in Chicago and pre-war Poland. Szukalski created a mythology entirely of his own in his drawings and paintings, as well as an extensive manuscript. After his return to the United States, a group of artists and art lovers gathered around Szukalski, among them George DiCaprio and his son Leonardo, who jointly produced this documentary. The interviews and archive footage tell the ...