One Last Thing movie trailer - starring Gina Gershon, Michael Angarano, Cynthia Nixon, Matt Bush, Gideon Glick, Sunny Mabrey. Directed by Alex Steyermark. Theatrical Release Date: 5/5/2006
A widowed dad prematurely passes away, but is given three days to come back to his children to secure their future. Only slightly better than "Leonard Part 6"!
This year the National Memorial Day Concert will pay special tribute to a mother, Ruth Stonesfer, who's son was the first casualty in the Afghanistan War. The loss of Ruth's youngest child led to her becoming president of the Gold Star Mothers.
Brian Stokes Mitchell in the Kennedy Center's 'Camelot'
Power Player of the Week: Brian Stokes Mitchell
As this multi award-winning event continues its two decades long tradition of honoring the service and sacrifice of all our men and women in uniform, their families at home and those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. Loyal viewers around the country and attendees on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol return year after year to experience this memorial service for our nation.
Watch celebrities on the National Memorial Day Concert share their experiences performing at this powerful event, and reflect on what this holiday means to them.
Jessica Sanchez wows crowds with a stunning, patriotic performance of the National Anthem at the 2012 National Memorial Day Concert. Performing at the concert was particularly meaningful for Sanchez, whose father and grandfather have served in the U.S. Military.
American Gold Star Mothers remember the sons they lost at war in this video. Please visit our Virtual Wall of Remembrance to submit a tribute to your fallen hero at: www.pbs.org/memorialdayconcert/stories/submit/
Watch as Gary Sinise and Joe Mantegna pay tribute and Chris Daughtry performs for the service men and women returning from recent deployments. The Daughtry song Home was a highlight of the PBS National Memorial Day Concert (2012).
Brian Stokes Mitchell for American Graduate Day 2013
In this backstage interview, actors Gary Sinise and Joe Mantegna, co-hosting for the sixth year, discuss the personal connections that make hosting the show so important for them. These two acclaimed performers have dedicated themselves to veterans' causes and supporting U.S. troops in active service.
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