Everyone's Hero movie trailer - starring Whoopi Goldberg, William H. Macy, Mandy Patinkin, Rob Reiner, Jake T. Austin, Raven. Directed by Colin Brady. Theatrical Release Date: 9/15/2006
Legendary journalist Barbara Walters says one of the most moving interviews she ever conducted was with Christopher Reeve, the actor best known for his role as Superman, who was paralyzed in a horse-riding accident in 1995 and eventually became an advocate for spinal cord research. Christopher told Barbara that right after the accident, he had been in a dark place and had wanted to die. Watch as Barbara recounts Christopher's story of how an odd doctor who ordered him to turn over had him laughing and wanting to live again.
Two witty and intelligent speech writers from different sides of a hotly contested Senate race fall in love. Their budding romance puts them in some sticky situations and at a loss for words.
In a remote part of southern China, a mysterious Westerner appears on a riverbank, completely naked. Taken to the local police station and afterwards to the hospital, he refuses to speak. While the doctors soon resign, the hospital’s orderly, Jiang, befriends the stranger. When Jiang learns that the Westerner is about to be transferred to a mental asylum, he decides to rescue him and takes him to his uncle’s village. There, he accidentally discovers a secret that provides a key to the mysterious stranger's past.
A reluctant pilot and his beautiful young passenger must brave the wilderness together when their plane crash-lands.
A playwright suffering from writer's block plans to do away with a former student of his and plagiarize the young man's promising play. Darkly humorous!
Clark Kent's hometown class reunion is disrupted when a power-hungry villain blackmails a meek computer genius into a scheme to destroy Superman.
Obsessed with the portrait of a 19th-century actress, a modern-day playwright uses hypnosis to travel back in time to meet her. Nice fantasy.
Superman gives up his powers just as visitors arrive, three super-powered villains from Krypton, in Superman II (1980).
From the opening credits, scenes introducing Ransome (Christopher Reeve), cousin Olive (Vanessa Redgrave), Miss Birdseye (Jessica Tandy), Pardon (Wallace Shawn) and Dr. Prance (Linda Hunt), in the Merchant-Ivory production of Henry James' The Bostonians, 1984.
The man of steel (Christopher Reeve) fights to save the world and his true love in the all-star spectacular Superman: The Movie (1978).
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