Featuring an amazing all-star cast (Noah Crawford, Chris O'Neal, Ariana Grande, Jennette McCurdy, Noah Munck, and Ciara Bravo!), get set for Nickelodeon's Swindle! When Ben and Griffin discover an old "Honus Wagner" baseball card, they may have also found the financial solution to save Ben from having to move. They quickly head to a collectibles shop owned by a man named Swindell who offers them $300 after Griffin negotiates the price up. Proud of their accomplishment, they head home, money in hand, but soon realize the baseball card is worth much more... roughly $1.2 million more! Griffin and Ben have been swindled! Now Griffin Bing wants to swindle a swindler, right a wrong, take back property unethically obtained by deceptive means (whatever sounds fancier) and sets off to recruit the ultimate crew. He is owed favors all over school and it's time to call them in!
Meet the Murphys, a family with never ending bad luck. "Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong," it's Murphy's law! Over a century ago a witch put a magical curse on their great-great grandfather and the whole family has been jinxed for generations! After Meg Murphy (played by Big Time Rush's Ciara Bravo) and her family's house is destroyed in yet another freak accident, the family moves into their grandfather's house in Harvest Hills. In a not-so-strange case of bad luck, Meg's nemesis Ivy is also spending the summer in town. But things start to look up, kind of, when Meg meets a local boy named Brett and he casts another spell on her, a love spell that is! With help from her brother Charlie, Meg more determined than ever, must break the hex on her catastrophically cursed family! Watch this doomed teen try for a normal existence in a world full of hijinks!
Alex received the best Christmas present from his Uncle Charlie – Santa's very own pipe. But when he tried to share his evidence with the world, he was met with pranks from non-believers. Alex sets out to prove Santa is real.
It's holiday hilarity in the second live-action Fairly OddParents movie when names keep disappearing from Santa's Wish List, and he has an idea who's behind it. So Santa summons Timmy, Tootie, Cosmo, Poof and Wanda to the North Pole for a talk. But things soon go comically wrong when Santa gets hurt and Timmy has to take over gift delivery. But first Timmy has to get himself off Santa's Naughty List with help from an elf who happens to be involved in a long-standing feud against Cosmo and Wanda!
Perpetual fifth-grader Timmy Turner, 23, has tried everything to stay a kid and keep his fairy Godparents. But will he grow up at last and save Dimmsdale, or will he stay a kid forever? Find out in A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!
Golden Globe and Emmy Award-nominee Adam Sandler ("Punch-Drunk Love," TV's "Saturday Night Live") stars as the spawn of Satan. When Satan reneges on his plans to retire, two of his three heirs leave Hell for New York City to gather enough souls to vote the Prince of Darkness out of office. But Satan sends his youngest -- and nicest -- son, Little Nicky, to bring the other two home. Also starring Golden Globe-nominee and Emmy Award-winner Patricia Arquette ("True Romance" TV's "Medium"), Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Reese Witherspoon ("Walk the Line," "Legally Blonde"), Rhys Ifans ("Notting Hill," TV's "Not Only But Always"), Rodney Dangerfield ("Caddyshack," "Back to School"), Emmy Award-winner Dana Carvey ("Wayne's World 1 & 2," "Saturday Night Live"), Emmy Award-nominee Jon Lovitz ("A League of their Own," TV's "Saturday Night Live") and Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominee Harvey Keitel ("Bugsy," "Pulp Fiction") as Satan.
Hollywood favorites Ben Stiller (Littler Fockers) and Drew Barrymore (Going the Distance) lead a star-studded cast in this darkly hilarious comedy where one wrong move turns out to be a monumental mistake! Young and vibrant New Yorkers Alex (Stiller) and Nancy (Barrymore) have just found the perfect place to settle down and share a bright future. But their new home homes with a permanent fixture they didn't expect - an obnoxious elderly tenant who won't move out and refuses to die! Pushed to the edge of insanity as their dream home turns into a nightmare, it's only a matter of time before Alex and Nancy begin to entertain some truly sinister solutions to the problem! Directed by Danny DeVito, Duplex is another laugh-packed crowd-pleaser you don't want to miss!
A newly married couple tries to enhance their social life by throwing fabulous parties and inviting all their friends. During a year's worth of these mixers, we follow the trials, tribulations and relationships of a handful of fascinating characters.
Max Connor, a 12-year-old whose mother has raised him alone since her husband left, is distraught by her impending marriage to Travis, a kind fire fighter who can't seem to make friends with Max. While hiding from a school gang of bullies in an abandoned building, he accidentally kicks a battered boom box, freeing a seven-foot, 3,000-year-old genie, Kazaam, who will grant him three wishes. Max runs away to meet his real father who he hasn't seen in ten years, and who turns out to be involved with criminals in the bootleg CD trade. Kazaam is momentarily distracted by becoming an overnight sensation rap star, but defeats the criminals and grants Max's final wish.
As the vampire Maximillian, the popular star is the most diabolical, dashing and definitely undead dude in the 'hood'. To add to the macabre fun, Murphy morphs into two other must-see characters: a paunchy preacher and a fast talking thug. Angela Bassett ( The Score) plays the cop whose world is rocked by Maximillian's attempts to make her his mate for eternity.
Oscar (Will Smith), a lowly tongue-scrubber at the local Whale Wash, becomes a hero when he tells a great white lie. When his lie begins to unravel, Oscar teams up with an outcast vegetarian shark, Lenny (Jack Black) and his loyal friend Angie (Renée Zellweger) to help him stand up to the most feared shark in the water (Robert De Niro) and find his true place in the reef.
Jack Parker has always skated by on his lies, especially the one about Mikey, an underprivileged (and made-up) teen who Jack "tutors"... until one day "Mikey" shows up for real, and all Jack's lies start coming true.