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A tribute to the late king of soul, Ray Charles, featuring performances by contemporary artists including Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Al Green and Mary J. Blige.
In the late Cretaceous period of Earth's history, iguanodon Aladar (voiced by D.B. Sweeney) is separated from his own species while still inside his egg. He is taken in and brought up by lemurs Zini and Plio, but when this adoptive family is all by wiped out by a meteor shower, Aladar and his friends are forced to join a mixed herd of dinosaurs who are migrating to a new nesting ground. This tribe is led by the hard-headed Kron (Samuel E. Wright), whose 'survival of the fittest' approach clashes with Aladar's more altruistic nature.
Madeleine L’Engle’s best-selling and beloved Newbery Award-winning novel bursts to life in this made-for-TV 2004 family film.
When astrophysicist Dr. Jack Murry disappears without a trace, his children, Meg and Charles Wallace and neighbour Calvin O’Keefe, embark on a cosmic quest to find him. Guided by Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Who and Mrs. Which, the children travel to a distant planet and encounter a society controlled by an evil force. They must trust themselves and each other if they are to rescue Dr. Murry and return home safely.
Motion comic following African King T'Challa (voice of Djimon Hounsou) and his superhero alter ego Black Panther as he defends his nation from invasion. After his father King T'Chaka (Jonathan Adams) is killed at the hands of the villainous Ulysses Klaw (Stephen Stanton), T'Challa becomes the new ruler of his country Wakanda, home to the valuable mineral vibranium. Klaw assembles an almighty army with which to invade Wakanda, meaning the Black Panther will have to push his powers to the limit if he is to save his country and people from harm.
Box set featuring all the big screen 'Star Trek' adventures. 'Star Trek - The Motion Picture' pits Kirk's crew against a mechanised menace; 'The Wrath of Khan' revives an enemy from the original series; 'The Search For Spock' sends Kirk on a quest to find Spock's body; 'The Voyage Home' sends the whole crew back to 1984 to retrieve two whales; 'The Final Frontier' was a quest to find God; 'The Undiscovered Country' is set at the time of an outbreak of peace between Starfleet and the Klingons; 'Generations' brings together two generations of Enterprise crews under the command of Jean Luc Picard; 'Star Trek First Contact' sees the Next Generation crew attempt to prevent the relentless Borg from altering Earth's history; 'Star Trek Insurrection' finds Picard and his crew violating the prime directive when they attempt to protect the peace-loving planet of Ba'ku from being exploited by the alliance; and in 'Star Trek Nemesis' Picard is sent to negotiate with the new Romulan leader Shinzon on behalf of the United Federation of Planets.
From his humble beginnings in Sumter, South Carolina, to his prominence on the Washington, D.C., political scene as the third highest ranking Democrat in the House of Representatives, U.S. Congressman James E. Clyburn has led an extraordinary life. In Blessed Experiences, Clyburn tells in his own inspirational words how an African American boy from the Jim Crow-era South was able to beat the odds to achieve great success and become, as President Barack Obama describes him, "one of a handful of people who, when they speak, the entire Congress listens." Born in 1940 to a civic-minded beautician and a fundamentalist minister, Clyburn began his ascent to leadership at the age of twelve when he was elected president of his National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) youth chapter. He broke barriers through peaceful protests and steadfast beliefs in equality and justice. Of his success Clyburn says he was "blessed with nurturing parents, a supportive family and loyal friends." But, he added, "my life was not just about knocking down doors and lowering barriers. I spent some time marching in the streets and occupying the inside of South Carolina jails." As a civil rights leader at South Carolina State College, as human affairs commissioner under John C. West and three subsequent governors, and as South Carolina's first African American congressman since 1897, Clyburn has established a long and impressive record of public leadership and advocacy for human rights, education, historic preservation, and economic development. Clyburn was elected to Congress in 1992. Serving as co-president of his freshman class, he rose quickly through the ranks and was elected chair of the Congressional Black Caucus in 1999 and House Democratic Caucus vice chair in 2002. Three years later he was unanimously elected chair of the Democratic Caucus. When Democrats regained the House majority in 2006, Clyburn was elected House Majority Whip. Now as Assistant Democratic Leader in the 112th Congress, Clyburn, a self-described independent, prides himself on working to overcome barriers and destroy myths without becoming too predictable. "I have worked across party lines to further legislative causes, and on occasion publicly differed with some of my allies in the civil rights community," says Clyburn. "My experiences have not always been pleasant, but I have considered all of them blessings." Blessed Experiences includes a foreword from Emmy Award-winning actress and the Congressman's longtime friend Alfre Woodard.
From his humble beginnings in Sumter, South Carolina, to his prominence on the Washington, D.C., political scene as the third highest-ranking Democrat in the House of Representatives, U.S. Congressman James E. Clyburn has led an extraordinary life. In Blessed Experiences, Clyburn tells in his own inspirational words how an African American boy from the Jim Crow-era South was able to beat the odds to achieve great success and become, as President Barack Obama describes him, "one of a handful of people who, when they speak, the entire Congress listens."
The complete first season of the American television series starring Christian Slater in which he portrays the characters of Edward Albright (a secret agent) and his alias Henry Spivey who are polar opposites with only one thing in common: they share the same body. Spivey remains unaware of his double life due to an implanted chip (which allows his controllers to literally switch between the two) until a malfunction exposes Albright and his secret life by causing their personalities to switch at random. As the boundary between the two personalities begins to break down the two are left fighting for control.
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