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Production Companies (feature film)

1.
Tupac (2013)
This biopic will follow rapper Tupac Shakur's career, including his time at Death Row Records and his involvement in the rivalry between East coast and West coast rappers, culminating in his murder in 1996.
2.
Tupac (2013)
This biopic will follow rapper Tupac Shakur's career, including his time at Death Row Records and his involvement in the rivalry between East coast and West coast rappers, culminating in his murder in 1996.
3.
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective Jr. (2009)
The son of Ace Ventura steps into his father's shoes to take over the family business.
4.
Georgia Rule (2007)
Rebellious teenager Rachel screams, swears, drinks and is, in a word, uncontrollable. With her latest car crash, Rachel has broken the final rule in mom Lilly's San Francisco home. With nowhere else to take the impulsive and rambunctious girl, Lilly hauls her daughter to the one place she swore sh
5.
Sydney White (2007)
Gorgeous freshman Sydney White has come to Southern Atlantic University to pledge her late mom's once-dignified sorority. But while surviving the pledging process wrought by evil campus witch Rachel, Syd finds out this version of sisterhood isn't remotely what it's cracked up to be. Banished to a co
6.
Georgia Rule (2007)
Rebellious teenager Rachel screams, swears, drinks and is, in a word, uncontrollable. With her latest car crash, Rachel has broken the final rule in mom Lilly's San Francisco home. With nowhere else to take the impulsive and rambunctious girl, Lilly hauls her daughter to the one place she swore sh
7.
Man of the Year (2006)
Acerbic performer Tom Dobbs has made his career out of skewering politicians and speaking the mind of the exasperated nation on his talk show. He cracked scathing jokes at a fractured system night after night--until he came up with a really funny idea: why not run for president himself? After a flip comment, Dobbs ignites a grassroots movement that puts him on the ballot. Hot on the campaign trail, he debates elected drones and says exactly what frustrated voters have often thought. Nov. 2nd later, the muckraker wins--only to learn that a computer voting error gave him the victory. With time ticking on the inaugural clock, Dobbs has a big decision to make: should he go back behind the mike or stay in the Oval Office?
8.
Two for the Money (2005) as Production Company
Former college football star, Brandon Lane's uncanny ability to predict the outcome of a game introduces him to an unexpected new career when his gridiron glory is sidelined by a crushing injury. Brandon's talent makes him a prime candidate for recruitment by Walter Abraham, the head of one of the biggest sports consulting operations in the country. Walter hires the small town ex-athlete and grooms him into a shrewd front man. Brandon soon begins to enjoy his status as a Manhattan golden boy and finds himself growing comfortable with Walter's high-rolling lifestyle. The surrogate father/surrogate son relationship fattens Walter's business and personal accounts--until Brandon's golden touch begins to falter at the same time that Walter's manipulation of his protégé crosses the line. With millions of dollars on the line, Brandon and Walter engage in a deadly game of con versus con, each one trying to maintain the upper hand while everyone in their world, including Walter's wife, Toni, are drawn into the escalating duel--where ultimately everything isn't what it appears to be.
9.
Exorcist: The Beginning (2004) as Production Company
Father Lankester Merrin thinks that he has glimpsed the face of Evil. In the years following World War II, Merrin is relentlessly haunted by memories of the unspeakable brutality perpetrated against the innocent people of his parish. In the wake of all he has seen, both his faith in his fellow man a
10.
I'll Be There (2003) as Production Company
Paul Keen is a former 80's pop star with dismal future prospects in life. His downward spiral is halted when he learns he has a teenage daughter, Olivia, who lives in Wales and was the product of a weekend fling. Not only does she want to meet her father, but she also wants to follow in Paul's foots
11.
Juwanna Mann (2002) as Production Company
Jamal Jeffries is one basketball star who stirs up heat both on and off the court. This player's got game, girls and attitude to spare. But when one confrontation too many gets him booted out of the league, Jamal is gonna need a lot more than a good agent to get him back on the courts. He'll need br
12.
Angel Eyes (2001) as Production Company
Sharon Pogue, a policewoman in Los Angeles' high-crime district, struggles with both the pressures of the job and the pains of an abusive childhood. Her life is saved by Catch, a man who's lost his wife and child in a car accident. Neither can go forward with a romance that's clearly starting to bloom until they resolve painful issues from their tragic pasts.
13.
3000 Miles to Graceland (2001) as Production Company
Fresh out of prison, seasoned criminal Michael Zane wastes no time setting up his next big heist by joining up with a new gang led by his old friend and partner-in-crime, Thomas Murphy. Along with Hanson, Franklin and Gus, the boys plan a daring raid on the Riviera Hotel Casino in Las Vegas during International Elvis Week. Decked out in high collars, glittering belted jumpsuits and sideburns for miles, the gang hits the strip in search of their jackpot. But, blinded by the dollar signs in their eyes, they fail to see that their main obstacle will not be security, but each other's greed, not to mention the unexpected meddling of the scheming Cybil and her larcenous son Jesse, who get caught up in the middle of the feuding felons as their grand scheme begins to go bankrupt.
14.
American Outlaws (2001) as Production Company
When a Midwest town learns that a corrupt railroad baron has captured the deeds to their homesteads without their knowledge, a group of young ranchers join forces to take back what is rightfully theirs. In the course of their vendetta, they become the object of the biggest manhunt in the history of the Old West and, as their fame grows, so will the legend of their leader, a young outlaw by the name of Jesse James.
15.
Heist (2001) as Production Company
A gang of jewel thieves come together to pull of the biggest heist of their lives.
16.
Pledge, The (2001) as Production Company
A retiring police chief pledges to catch the killer of a young child.
17.
Art of War, The (2000) as Production Company (Usa)
An Asian-American agent that's framed for the assassination of an ambassador discovers a slave trade of Asian refugees.
18.
Get Carter (2000) as Production Company
A tough guy from Las Vegas attends his brothers funeral and suspects his brother's death wasn't from natural causes. (remake of the 1971 original.)
19.
Whole Nine Yards, The (2000) as Production Company
Oz is a nice-guy dentist who is beaten down by his wife Sophie and his mother-in-law who constantly demean him. Oz is scrambling to dig himself out of the state of financial ruin that his father-in-law has left in, finally coming to the gloomy realization that he is worth more dead than alive -- a sentiment that takes on a whole new meaning when mobster, and celebrated hit-man, Jimmy 'The Tulip' Tudeski moves in next store.
20.
Battlefield Earth (2000) as Production Company
In the year 3000, 1000 years after the Psychlos, an alien race ruled by the ruthless Terl, have conqured Earth. Young rebel Jonnie Goodboy Tyler, comes out of hiding in the mountains near Boulder, Colorado only to find that most of the human race has been killed or turned into "man-animal" slaves wh
21.
In Crowd, The (2000) as Production Company
Adrien Williams enters the "in crowd" when she is befriended by Brittany Foster, the charismatic leader of a clique of wealthy college students who are home for the summer. Brittany takes Adrien under her wing, attempts to show her the benefits of the good life and introduces her to other members of
22.
Chill Factor (1999) as Production Company
A terrorist group in the U.S. steals a chemical weapon and it's up to Tim, a fishing buddy of the guilt-stricken scientist who made the weapon, and Arlo, an ice cream truck driver who happened to be in the wrong truck at the wrong time, to steal the weapon and transport it safely to a military base in Montana. With many dangerous extremists hot on their tail, the duo's main concern is not getting caught and surely killed, but rather the "chill factor" -- if the chemicals rise above 50 degrees they'll cause widespread destruction that includes the instantaneous stripping of human flesh from the bone.
23.
King and I, The (1999) as Production Company
Animated feature based on the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical about the King of Siam and the English tutor to his children. The evil Kralahome wants the throne of Siam for himself, and plans to use unwitting tutor Anna in his plans. Anna doesn't get on with the king initally, but soon a romance deve
24.
Major League: Back to the Minors (1998) as Production Company
The continued comic misadventures of a pro baseball team.
25.
Incognito (1998) as Production Company
An art forger searches out the one art critic who knows the truth and can absolve him of a murder for which he is being framed.
26.
Soldier (1998) as Production Company
In a distant galaxy, a "Shane"-type hero is forced to defend a band of settlers on a remote planet from a squadron of scientifically engineered warriors led by his personal nemesis. Todd has been trained from birth to be a crack soldier, but when a new generation of genetically engineered fighters replaces him, he is unceremoniously dumped as trash on a garbage planet. There he is nursed to health by ragtag settlers, only to discover that his erstwhile superiors plan to try out their new soldiers by annihilating the planet. Todd gets one more chance to prove his worth - by saving his own life and his new home.
27.
Wrongfully Accused (1998) as Production Company
Superstar violinist Ryan Harrison, "The Lord of the Violin" is at the height of his career when he enters into a brief but sizzling affair with wealthy socialite Lauren Goodhue. following a tryst with her, Harrison stumbles upon the body of Lauren's recently murdered, very wealthy portable tycoon-husband, Hibbing Goodhue. Fleeing the murder scene is a one-armed, one-legged, one-eyed killer, who briefly tussles with Ryan. The hapless Harrison is soon arrested, wrongfully accused, found guilty and sentenced to death. A fortunate bus/train accident accidentally frees the fugitive, who sets out to catch the killer and clear his name, all the while evading capture by the determined U.S. Marshal Fergus Falls.
28.
Wild America (1997) as Production Company
The true story of "Wild America" host Marty Stouffer and his two brothers photographer Marshall and producer Mark as young boys in rural Arkansas. Together they set out to discover and film North America's endangered wildlife.
29.
Bad Moon (1996) as Production Company
In this intimate horror thriller, Ted Harrison, an adventurous photojournalist, is transformed after being bitten by a strange beast in Nepal. After his ordeal, his sister welcomes him home, where only the family dog, Thor, recognizes the terrible significance of the man's experience. Ted struggles to retain the last vestige of his humanity before the beast growing within him destroys his unsuspecting sister and her innocent son. As his lust for blood begins to override his sense of conscience, all that stands in his way is Thor. But the monster who was Ted might just underestimate the unshakable bond between a boy and his dog.
30.
Two If by Sea (1996) as Production Company
Part-time plasterer and sometime petty thief Frank O'Brien has been commissioned by his dimwit cousin to pull a simple job: just steal a valuable painting and deliver it to a buyer on an upscale New England island. Roz, his had-it-to-here girlfriend who dreams of a more stable--and law-abiding--life, has made him vow that this is the last scam they'll ever be a part of. As they take up temporary residence in a sumptuous, unoccupied beach house on the posh island, two teams of pursuers are hot on their trail: The FBI, led by O'Malley, who still nurtures an obsession with collaring famous art thief Phil the Shill; and a motley crew of half-wit would-be criminals, led by Frank's cousin, Beano, the "mastermind" behind the caper who's discovered the painting is far more valuable than he thought. With their sharp-edged banter and working-class attitude clearly out of place among the upper-crust islanders, Frank and Roz have to spend a riotous weekend just trying to fit in... and get along.
31.
Big Bully (1996) as Production Company
Davey Leary was the kind of kid who was always getting picked on, chased after, beat up and cut down. Roscoe Bigger--known to every cowering schoolyard victim as "Fang"--was the kind of kid who always picked on, chased after, beat up and cut down kids like his favorite prey, Davey. But that was then... Now, David Leary is a novelist who has been asked to teach a semester of creative writing at his former school. David returns home with high hopes of being welcomed as the local-boy-made-good. Sure enough, he's embraced by the small community, reuniting with his old gang and even rekindling his one-time crush on Victoria, now the school's sex education teacher. But when his own rebellious son, Ben, is caught bullying a sensitive kid, Kirby, David is called in Principal Kokeler's office to meet with the boys and Kirby's father--a quiet, henpecked, deferential shop teacher. After the meeting, David makes the horrible discovery that this shop teacher is, in fact, his old tormentor--the dreaded Fang.
32.
Diabolique (1996) as Production Company
Nicole and Mia are two very different women, but they have something in common. Both of them are sleeping with Guy Baran--and both of them are sick of his domination in their lives. Nicole is Guy's mistress. Sexy and self-assured, she was first drawn to Guy's magnetism--and then disgusted by his lies and selfishness. Mia is Guy's wife. A timid former nun with a weak heart, she is nearly suicidal over Guy's blatant infidelities, his constant cruel humiliation of her and his arrogant sexual demands. Then one day Nicole and Mia decide to free themselves from Guy's sadistic embrace once and for all. Nicole devises a murder scheme that seems foolproof, but in its aftermath Nicole and Mia each discover things about Guy--and about each other--that they'd never imagined. Then a brash, unconventional detective starts looking into Guy's disappearance. Finally, a terrifying series of clues begin to suggest that Guy may not be dead after all... and he may be coming back to deal with both of them.
33.
Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (1995) as Production Company
Summoned from an ashram in Tibet, where he's retreated to seek spiritual guidance--after failing to save the life of a stranded raccoon--antic animal sleuth Ace Ventura finds himself thrust into the most challenging case of his career. At the request of Vincent Cadby, the English Consul General of the Bonai Province, Ace embarks on a perilous journey into the jungles of Africa with his constant companion, Spike the monkey, joined by the consul's portly emissary, the unflappable Fulton Greenwall. Ace's mission: to find Shikaka, the missing sacred animal of the friendly Wachati tribe, before the wedding of the Chief's daughter to the first son of the warrior Wachootoo tribe. If Ace fails, the result will be tribal war. Relying on his wits and uncanny powers of detection--as well as on the aid of some newfound friends--the ingenious Ace outmaneuvers a host of dangerous adversaries as he races against time to recover Shikaka, with the fate of the Bonai Province hanging in the balance.
34.
Trial by Jury (1994) as Production Company
A young, single mother's strength and idealistic convictions are put to the test when she's selected to serve as a juror--and terrifyingly manipulated--in the trial of a notorious New York mob boss.
35.
Imaginary Crimes (1994) as Production Company
Set in Portland, Oregon circa 1962, a teenage girl must come to terms with her wayward father and troubled younger sister, as well as the recent death of her cancer-stricken mother.
36.
Silent Fall (1994) as Production Company
A psychiatrist's passion for his work is renewed when he takes on a criminal case involving an autistic boy who was the sole witness to his parents' murder.
37.
Major League II (1994) as Production Company
This sequel finds the members of the championship Cleveland Indians team headed towards finishing the season in last place after their off-season meanderings render them out-of-shape failures on the field.
38.
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994) as Production Company
Ace Ventura is an unconventional detective who specializes in locating lost pets. When he's hired to find the Miami Dolphins football team's missing mascot, a dolphin named Snowflake, Ace finds himself hot on the trail of kidnappers who have also abducted the team's star quarterback.
39.
Chasers (1994) as Production Company
Two Navy military policemen escort a feisty and beautiful female prisoner across the country.
40.
True Romance (1993) as Production Company
An unstable drifter and a starry-eyed hooker find love in a hail of bullets in the ultra-violent modern crime classic "True Romance" (1993). Kung-Fu fan Clarence falls for prostitute Alabama and launches an attack on her pimp that leaves the young couple with a fortune in stolen cocaine and many bad, bad men out to kill them. Directed by Tony Scott and written by Quentin Tarantino. Starring Christian Slater, Patricia Arquette and Dennis Hopper. With a French language track.
41.
Crush, The (1993) as Production Company
An intelligent teenage girl becomes obsessed with the television sitcom writer who is living in the guest house on her parents' Los Angeles property.
42.
White Sands (1992) as Production Company
A sheriff impersonates a man inorder to claim a suitcase found by a boy containing $500,000 and soon finds himself mixed up in an FBI investigation.
43.
Stay Tuned (1992) as Production Company
A married couple are transported into their TV set and must survive in different shows.
44.
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991) as Production Company
Story based on the adventures of Robin Hood.
45.
Freejack (1991) as Production Company
Set in 2009, people on the verge of death are taken to a place where their bodies are up for sale to the old and rich. People known as "Freejacks" are those who escape at the moment of their death, and are pursued by bounty-hunters.
46.
Coupe de Ville (1990) as Production Company
Three brothers travel across country in 1963 to deliver a 1954 vintage car to their father.
47.
Nightbreed (1990) as Production Company
A doctor who has massacred several families attempts to frame a teenage patient who's been suffering terrible hallucinations. The teenager, pursued by the evil doctor and authorities, flees to Midian, home of the lost tribes of the moon, and is accepted into their fold.
48.
Young Guns II (1990) as Production Company
Sequel to "Young Guns" (USA/1988), reuniting some of the characters from the original one year later, when they are extradited to New Mexico to stand trial.
49.
Pacific Heights (1990) as Production Company
A yuppie couple become hostage to the tenant from hell in the nail-biting suspense thriller "Pacific Heights" (1990). Patty and Drake have found their dream house, and if they can find a few tenants to fill some rented rooms, they can even pay for it. Unfortunately, the mysterious drifter that moves
50.
Enemies, A Love Story (1989) as Production Company
Comedy drama set during the 1940s and 1950s in Coney Island and Brooklyn, revolving around a Holocaust survivor who finds himself involved with three women at the same time: his first wife, his present wife and his current mistress.
51.
Exorcist III, The (1989) as Production Company
A detective investigates a series of brutal ritualistic murders.
52.
Skin Deep (1989) as Production Company
An alcoholic writer tries to get back with his ex-wife, but his sexual exploits constantly get him in trouble.
53.
Major League (1989) as Production Company
Story of the losing Cleveland Indians baseball team threatened with relocation to Miami.
54.
Renegades (1989) as Production Company
A young Indian and a policeman team up together to crack a crime ring.
55.
Dad (1989) as Production Company
A man, returning home to take care of his ailing father, discovers new meaning in their relationship.
56.
Dead Ringers (1988) as Production Company
Psychological drama loosely based on a true story about twin gynecologists who become involved with a famous actress, and develop a serious drug addiction.
57.
Young Guns (1988) as Production Company
Western adventure, based on a true story, about six young men hired to guard an Englishman's ranch against a mob in 1870s New Mexico.

Production Companies (special)

58.
Rein-Deer Hunter, The (1995) as Production Company
Animated Christmas special based on the 1994 feature film, "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective," about a detective who investigates crimes involving animals. In this primetime special, Ace and his monkey sidekick track down the thief who stole Santa's reindeer on Christmas Eve.
59.
Robin Hood: The Myth, The Man, The Movie (1991) as Production Company
A special examining the mystery behind the legend of Robin Hood. Includes footage of the theatrical release "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves" and an in-depth interview with the film's star, Kevin Costner. Classic clips from past Robin Hood films and interviews with experts from the United States and

Misc. Crew (special)

60.
Hometown Heroes (1998) as Film Clip
An annual one-hour television special recognizing individuals doing heroic things for kids in our hometowns.
61.
69th Annual Academy Awards, The (1997) as Film Footage
Live presentation of the 69th annual Academy Awards.
62.
Day With..., A (1997) as Film And Photos Courtesy
Fashion designer Vera Wang, actor Rene Russo and journalist Cokie Roberts open their homes and reveal the truth about their lives and jobs as they allow cameras to follow them on an average day.
63.
Diamonds on the Silver Screen (1992) as Film Clip ("Major League")
A documentary tracing how the sport of baseball has been depicted in Hollywood films.
64.
Idols (1991) as Clips ("Young Guns Ii")
A special exploring America's fascination with teen idols.
65.
Robin Hood: The Myth, The Man, The Movie (1991) as Film Footage ("Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves"); Special Thanks
A special examining the mystery behind the legend of Robin Hood. Includes footage of the theatrical release "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves" and an in-depth interview with the film's star, Kevin Costner. Classic clips from past Robin Hood films and interviews with experts from the United States and

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