The Whiz Kid and the Carnival Caper 1976

Daffy Fernald loses her brother's toy rocket when it flies into a storm drain. She knows Alvin will be upset if he finds out, so she climbs into the dark tunnel to search for it. She spots a stranger, Ernie Nelson, and sees that he's carying a gun. She races home and tells Alvin, but the would-be inventor refuses to believe her.

Sid the Science Kid: Gizmos & Gadgets 2010

How does Sid the Science Kid put all his toys away so quickly? How does he lift his heavy toy box into his tree house? By creating yet another amazing invention, of course! From pulleys to planes, Sid learns how simple machines help us move heavy objects.

Billy the Kid in Santa Fe 1941

Falsely accused of murder, Billy is able to escape thanks to his pals. Once in Santa Fe, he meets once again the man who lied during the trial.

The Kid with the Broken Halo 1982

Andy LeBeau is a fallen angel of sorts. He keeps messing up and causing trouble in angel training. The archangel, Michael, decides to give him one more shot. His mission: Help out the problems of three cases. First, the Desautel family, who are on the edge of breaking up. Then, the McNulty family, who are workaholics. Finally, Dorothea Powell who is a secluded, grumpy old woman. Andy's guide on earth is Blake, who is none too thrilled to work with Andy.

Billy the Kid: Showdown in Lincoln County 2017

A bloody conflict erupts between ranchers and store owners in Lincoln County. Billy the Kid, the most iconic outlaw of the Old West, has become a skillful gunslinger with one glaring weakness: his own arrogance. Billy is repeatedly confronted with his own mortality and shortcomings as he approaches a showdown in Lincoln County, which would become one of history’s most famous Wild West gunfights

Flooding with Love for The Kid 2010

Flooding with Love for the Kid might be 2010’s film with the most to say about cinema; it’s also the film least informed by it. Zachary Oberzan had a budget of $96 and used only one camera, but nothing in this one-man adaptation of First Blood (the novel that inspired Rambo) recalled the shaky, impressionistic beauty that much lo-fi filmmaking strives for. Instead, the shots were artlessly composed and always static. In fact, not a single frame was aesthetically pleasing — even the fonts were bad. But film isn’t nice composition, and Oberzan — an Obie-winning thespian accustomed to performing without props or sets — realized this, masterfully utilizing pacing, editing, and sheer conviction to transform household items into helicopters and cars, and to expand his 220-sq. ft. apartment into an entire county. It was an impressive feat, especially since he played 20 different characters (and 3 dogs), sometimes 6 onscreen at a time.

Sid the Science Kid: The Movie 2013

In Sid's very first film debut, Sid and his classmate Gabriela enter a contest and win the exclusive opportunity to visit a new modern science museum before it opens to the public.

A Girl Is a Gun 1971

Despite most Cahiers du cinéma critics admired many western authors, when they themselves became filmmakers few dared to overtly revisit that genre. One year after Alejandro Jodorowsky's El topo and as Sergio Leone premiered A Fistful of Dollars, Moullet charges full steam ahead with a wild western starring Jean-Pierre Léaud, taking this genre and one of its key characters to unexpected territory.

The Wiz Kid of Osbourne Street 2005

Having just returned from fighting in World War II, Kevin (Tony Finn) throws himself into the art of making lots of money. His big scheme? To bring televisions into every household in his hometown. To this end, he's decided to open Kevin's TV World on bustling Osbourne Street, hoping the store will start raking in the big bucks immediately. But when the sets fail to leave the shop fast enough, Kevin must come up with an alternative plan.

The Last Days of Billy the Kid 2018

This motion picture chronicles the last days of the most iconic outlaw of the old west. Forget what you have heard before (most of that is rumors anyway) and ride with Billy the Kid as he tries to find sanctuary in a desperate landscape. The high price on his head has made Billy an evasive target for bounty hunters from all over the old west, and Billy knows that every time he rides out, he has a chance of getting bushwhacked. Unlike any other account of the Billy the Kid saga, "The Last Days of Billy the Kid" captures the fury, paranoia and heartbreak that defined the last days of the gunslinger's existence.

Dynamite Kid: A Matter Of Pride 2013

The definitive documentary about wrestling legend Dynamite Kid and his impact in the world of professtional wrestling. What resulted was a very emotional journey into a career cut short by the abuses of steroids, alcohol, drugs, and a complete disregard for his own physical limitations. Dynamite Kid started as a young Englishmen trained in the infamous Snake Pit by Ted Betely and turned an opportunity given to him by the Hart Family in Calgary into a phenomenal worldwide wrestling career. Dynamite Kid was on the front lines of changing professional wrestling from a big man carnival act into an exciting action based entertainment industry where lightweight and physically gifted performers were the focal point of the show. He dazzled an international audience with matches against Tiger Mask that are still a bench mark today.

Arts Exit: Saving the Creative Kid 2015

Arts Exit is a documentary film about the importance of arts education in public schools. Showcasing the surprising lack of arts education in Portland schools in recent years and the future of arts education with the passage of the arts tax in Portland, Oregon. Arts Exit documentary looks deeply into these issues, exploring questions and searching for answers. The film features local Portland artist documenting musicians, painters, actors, dancers, and art representatives; showcasing the lives of local students as they navigate their arts education.

The Twenty-One Lives of Billy The Kid 2005

Shot in the abandoned buildings of Gary, Indiana and the cornfields of Western Illinois, The Twenty-One Lives of Billy the Kid presents a fractured historical narrative without any real protagonist, one in which the titular character goes mostly unseen - Billy the Kid as the always-off-screen assailant, as a ghost’s laugh, as a shadow on the road.

The Adventures of Ace X and Kid Velvet 2008

The crime fighting team of Ace X and Kid Velvet, who disguise their superhero identities as members of a Hollywood rock n' roll band, must battle the evil Rinaldi, who has the ability to transform into a monster, and has taken control over the streets of Hollywood. The Adventures of Ace X and Kid Velvet is the English language, Hong Kong release of the film. It is a different version of the movie Super Hero Central (2004).

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