Josh Murley and Patrick Thomson sing their hearts out for Coach Shakira on Bryan Adams' "Run to You."
Remake of the legendary tale in which our hero battles the sheriff of Nottingham for the hand of Maid Marion and to avenge his father's murder. Costner's miscasting didn't prevent this big-budget production from becoming a major hit!
A psychologist finds his life transformed when he takes on a patient who claims to be the original Don Juan. Bittersweet with big stars.
Jake Worthington looks to land a spot in the Top 3 with his take on Bryan Adams' "Heaven."
Racing Stripes movie trailer - starring Dustin Hoffman, Bruce Greenwood, Hayden Panettiere, Frankie Muniz, Steve Harvey, Jeff Foxworthy. Directed by Frederik Du Chau. Theatrical Release Date: 1/14/2005
Will Champlin puts his heart and soul into Bryan Adams' "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You."
House Of Fools movie trailer - starring Yuliya Vysotskaya, Yevgeni Mironov, Sultan Islamov, Stanislav Varkki, Yelena Fomina, Marina Politsejmako. Directed by Andrei Konchalovsky. Genre: Drama
An impromptu wedding proposal at the insane asylum.
Psychiatric patients become entrenched in the Chechen War after the staff split to find them a safer hospital. Soldiers take over the asylum, and then, um, a young female patient falls in love with soldier, which leaves her boyfriend, Bryan Adams (playing himself), in a lurch. Based on a true story.
Based on Andre Cayatte's 1958 film LE MIROIR A DEUX FACES, THE MIRROR HAS TWO FACES finds Barbra Streisand directing her third motion picture, casting herself in the lead as Rose Morgan and Jeff Bridges as Professor Gregory Larkin, her foil. Morgan and Larkin, two cerebral Columbia professors, commit to a perfectly sensible but passionless paper marriage based on their intellectual common ground. The earth moves, however, when Rose redesigns her look in order to invoke the hots in her spouse and bolster her sagging self-esteem. This feel-good romance finds Streisand a little older but still the eager ingenue, ready to blush at her suitor's chivalrous blunders or bristle at her crabby mother (Lauren Bacall). Like SABRINA, a film almost 40 years older, MIRROR focuses on a woman's transformation from dusty house-mouse to glamorous cosmopolitan citizen, which only serves to confuse the man instead of creating respect or admiration. Jeff Bridges's charming performance is endearing, and Streisand and Bryan Adams's love ballad, "I Finally Found Someone," sets the mood for a very romantic film.
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