2006 Movies (By Date)

Oil & Water

    • Unrated
    • 95 min

    I hate you/I love you...Dan Lake is a veteran TV newsman beyond his prime with an ego the size of an empty room; Ms. Gabby is a young and popular and feisty Hollywood newspaper gossip columnist ala Liz Smith-Hedda Hopper style; and when they are together as hosts of a weekly TV talk show called "Movie Celebrities", they are cat and dog. Is it hate or love? Only a jealous Lu-Lu knows for sure.

    - Written by

    Peter LaVilla

    Circus Camp

      • R
      • 101 min

      In this light-hearted family adventure, 15 year old Gabrielle runs away from home to find her dead-beat dad, who is a trapeze flyer living on a tropical island. Together, they turn the island into a circus camp for teens. It is a family circus in more ways than one. Danger, tears, love, and laughter: It all happens under the big top!

      - Written by

      Anonymous

      The Day They Came Back

        • Unrated

        Four kids wake up on Halloween and find themselves in the midst of a zombie invasion. The plague can be traced back to a long-abandoned military compound where a Special Ops sergeant (Mendez) has led a mission to avenge the death of his father.

        - Written by

        Michael Gingold

        Choo Choo Soul

          • Unrated

          Choo Choo Soul interstitial programs began airing in the United States during the Playhouse Disney programming block on the Disney Channel. The music video-style shorts feature Goings and D.C. performing Choo Choo Soul songs with a group of young children in a blend of live action and computer animation.

          - Written by

          Wikipedia

          El clown

            • PG
            • 105 min
            • Comedy

            A young clown decides to abandon the small-town circus he works for in order to try and make it in a big city.

            Mama i tata

              • Unrated
              • 65 min

              The year is two thousand and something. An elderly couple live alone in a flat in Sarajevo, with their own rituals: drinking coffee, playing cards, watching TV. The husband (Dad) has had a stroke and although he is still physically strong, he has difficulties in communication. The wife (Mum) is a lively elderly lady who is, after 50 years, now using the husbands disability to change the things around in this old-fashioned, patriarchal family. Dad must not allow that and he opposes it in the only way he can, with physical force.

              - Written by

              Faruk Loncarevic

              Cuba, el valor de una utopĂ­a

                • NC-17
                • 120 min

                Shades of Day

                  • Unrated
                  • 102 min

                  "Shades of Day" is a suspenseful Hollywood fable based on Fyodor Dostoyevsky's classic novella "White Nights"(considered one of the greatest love stories ever written), but here transferred to modern day Los Angeles. It's the first part of our "Dostoevsky-L.A" project, which also will include "Crime and Punishment, LA" and "Idiot, L.A". The film crosses and re-crosses the thin line that separates tragedy from comedy. It introduces us to the enchanting Linda, whose life is centered around a planned reunion with her former lover Paul. Her plans change in remarkable ways as she encounters an extraordinary cast of characters, including a new lover and a movie producer who is pursued by the Mafia.

                  - Written by

                  Vitaly Sumin

                  Everyday Is New

                    • Unrated
                    • 66 min
                    • Drama

                    Almost Home

                      • Unrated
                      • 87 min

                      Almost Home rescues the real stories of aging from an exile of denial. A stunningly intimate documentary shot on location in a nursing home, Almost Home tells the unflinchingly honest stories of couples both bonded and divided by disability and dementia, children torn between caring for their parents and caring for their children, nursing assistants doing unsavory work for poverty wages, healthy elders fearful of moving to the dreaded nursing home, and a visionary nursing home director committed to transforming his century-old hospital-like institution into a true home.

                      - Written by

                      Anonymous