Lifetime Movies On Netflix Instant Play

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    should i learn how 2 play bass guitar? can i be a lead singer & bassist @ the same tym?
    Im a singer & I want 2 b a lead singer in a rock band wen im older. (im 14, almost 15) but i have a lot of guy problems & ive noticed tht there r a lot of guys who date girls tht play bass guitar. i no its not gonna keep me from having guy problems, but im hoping tht itll make me have LESS guy problems. is tht ok?

    • ANSWER:
      YES, you can be a bass player and lead singer at the same time. I did it, so can you. However, playing the bass and singing is NOT (as you well know) going to solve any of your guy problems. If you really want to know about love and all the things people do wrong and all the false perceptions they have which get them into trouble with the opposite sex, there is a wonderful movie directed by Clint Eastwood that points out all of them and if you watch it with an open mind and just absorb what is being said and think about the situations portrayed in that movie, you will come away a better person for having seen it and your chances of understanding and applying the common sense approach to love that the play-write wanted you to obtain will be very high. When asked about his favorite movie during an interview Clint Eastwood said it would have to be "Breezy". It's available at Netflix on DVD.

      One word of warning about watching any movie. If you want to get the most out of a movie or anything else that you observe ponder this ... "Unless the soul goes out to meet what you see, you do not see it. Nothing do you see, not a beetle, not a blade of grass." That is also true of a phenomenon we commonly call love at first sight. When two hearts meet and their eyes touch, their souls will reach out and embrace one another. The soul is capable of learning more about the other person in an instant than the conscious mind is capable of learning in a lifetime. Soon thereafter when you meet again and you feel that warm cheerful assurance that you are in the presence of someone who truly cares about you, that is when you have the very best opportunity to fall in love successfully. That is what the movie Breezy so perfectly portrays. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. I wish you well!

  2. QUESTION:
    Netflix & Lifetime movies?
    Can anybody give me a list or a few titles that are currently streaming on instant Netflix that are Lifetime movies or Lifetime-like movies?

    (it would also help if there was a little description about each movie.)

    • ANSWER:
      The Perfect Husband -
      When pregnant Laci Peterson vanishes, her disappearance sparks a search that becomes moot when the police make public their suspicions of foul play.

      Just Ask My Children -
      When Brenda and Scott Kniffen are accused of child molestation and physical abuse, the couple's impressionable children are coerced into testifying against their parents. The Kniffens are sentenced to life imprisonment for crimes they didn't commit.

      The Sitter-
      In this made-for-cable thriller, affluent California couple Carter (William R. Moses) and Meghan (Gail O'Grady) hire sweet teen Abby Reed (Mariana Klaveno) as a live-in nanny for their two children -- only to discover that she's harboring a dark secret.

      Devil in the Flesh -
      After her mother dies in a fire, Debbie Strand (Rose McGowan) goes to live with her elderly grandmother, who strictly monitors Debbie's behavior and forces her to wear her mother's clothes to school. After Debbie snaps and beats her grandmother to death with her cane, she sets her attention on her English teacher (Peter Rinaldi), on whom she develops an obsessive crush.
      I Accuse -
      A trip to the hospital emergency room ends in a case of rape for small-town single-mother Kimberly Jansen (Estella Warren) after physician Richard Darian (John Hannah) -- instead of treating her injury -- drugs and sexually assaults her.

      Confined -
      Based on a true story, this intense thriller follows housewife Victoria, who, after moving into a new neighborhood with her husband and teenage daughter, becomes suspicious that the man next door is keeping family members prisoner in his basement.

      The Shunning -
      About to embark on an arranged marriage with the bishop of her Amish community, 19-year-old Katie Lapp realizes she can't go through with it when she learns she's adopted -- that is, not truly Amish. Now, she must face the community's silent wrath.

      Too Young to Die? -
      After street hustler Billy Canton (Brad Pitt) turns her on to a life of drugs, theft and prostitution, abused and homeless Amanda Bradley (Juliette Lewis) stabs a man while high and finds herself standing trial, facing the death penalty for homicide.

      Blind Terror-
      Head over heels in love, Susan (Nastassja Kinski) impulsively marries a man she hardly knows. But wedded bliss isn't all it's cracked up to be when she's targeted (via threatening telephone calls) by a woman who claims to be an ex-lover of Susan's new husband. After some amateur sleuthing, Susan learns that those calls may be coming ... from inside her own house.

      Cruel Intentions -
      Quenching a thirst for dangerous games, promiscuous Kathryn Merteuil challenges her stepbrother to deflower their headmaster's daughter before summer ends. If he succeeds, he gets to bed Kathryn. If he fails, she'll win his most prized possession.

      True Crime -
      Young Mary Gordano (Alicia Silverstone) spends her days poring over detective magazines, fascinated by the world of criminal investigation. Thus, when a classmate is found brutally murdered, Mary decides to delve into the mysterious death herself.

      Cyberbully-
      Teenager Taylor Hillridge finds herself a target of bullying by fellow students through a popular social website in this topical drama with a message. After the abuse makes Taylor afraid to face her classmates, her mother gets involved.

      Home Room-
      A small town is rocked by a shooting at its high school that results in nine deaths and serious injury to one popular female student, Deanna (Erika Christensen). As a detective (Victor Garber) looks for those responsible, his concentration turns to a defiant outcast named Alicia (Busy Phillips).

      Irresitable -
      Sophie Hartley is convinced that her husband's beautiful co-worker Mara is stalking her. In Sophie's mind, Mara covets her children, her husband and her life. But are her fears well-founded -- or just the imaginings of a borderline paranoiac?

      The Life Before Her Eyes-
      As the anniversary of a high school shooting approaches, a young woman flashes back to a time when she dreamed of leaving her small town behind for bigger things. Drifting between past and present, she wonders whether she can live with her choice.

      SherryBaby-
      Newly released from prison, recovering addict Sherry Swanson (Maggie Gyllenhaal) struggles to normalize her life so she can be a good person and a trustworthy mother to her young daughter, Lexie (Ryan Simpkins). The stresses mount as she clashes with her sober housemates, disappoints a parole officer who's growing impatient and faces old temptations, all the while her daughter grows attached to Sherry's brother, Bobby.


lifetime movies on netflix instant play

Lifetime Movies On Youtube

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Where can I find the Lifetime movie Thirteen?
    I really want to watch the lifetime movie Thirteen, but I can't seem to find it anywhere. I've checked iTunes, Amazon, Hulu, and the Lifetime website it's self. Is there anywhere I can find it, and watch it?
    Thank you in advance.

    • ANSWER:
      youtube has it http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=thirteen+part&oq=thirteen+part&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&gs_sm=3&gs_upl=251l2916l0l3247l13l11l0l2l2l2l536l2242l1.2.4.0.1.1l9l0

  2. QUESTION:
    What is the song on Lifetime Movie Network Television that goes "Oh save the empty"?
    It is an ad for Lifetime Movie Network and the background song goes "oh save the empty" or something like that. Does anyone know what that song is? It's sung by a girl.

    • ANSWER:
      love save the empty by erin mccarley

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qB0GOs92o70

  3. QUESTION:
    What are some good Lifetime Movies I can Find on YouTube?
    I need lifetime movies I can find on Youtube....DO NOT ANSWER UNLESS I CAN FIND THE FULL MOVIES ON YOUTUBE!

    I am looking for movies with a good storyline maybe some mystery and some sex scences

    • ANSWER:
      1. Deadly Honeymoon, Part 1:

      2. Cyber Seduction Part 1:

      3. Fab Five : the texas cheerleader scandal Part 1:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1t3LREs9R6Q&feature=related

      4. Blind Trust part 1

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C25Ht3_IyFI&feature=related

      5. Whispers and Lies Part 1

      6. Stranger With My Face Part 1

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hrfP5Dl6t0

      7. Accused At 17 movie part 1

  4. QUESTION:
    What are some good scary movies i can watch for free on YOUTUBE?
    Full scary movies. or just any good movies at all i can watch for FREE on YOUTUBE. thanks! LIFETIME movies?

    • ANSWER:
      Just browse their movies and see which has higher rating

  5. QUESTION:
    What is the movie where a girl gets pregant by a rockstar?
    It is a Lifetime movie, i think, and they have like a one night stand then she goes and tries to find him and tell him?

    • ANSWER:
      Love Notes

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1052379/

      http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/love-notes

      "Follows the relationship between a classical music critic and a country music star after a one night stand, which results in an unplanned pregnancy."

      Trailer:

  6. QUESTION:
    What is the name of this LMN movie of lifetime movie?
    What is the name of this LMN movie or lifetime movie? There was a lifetime movie where a blonde girl was like telling the other girls what to do. ANyways, there was like a dead body somewhere, and this blonde girl dumped the body down a well. it was either her or other girls that dumped a body down the well. Does anyone know the name of this movie?

    • ANSWER:
      The Invisible http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDB3Ha3vxyc

  7. QUESTION:
    Do i Have To have an ipod to watch the movies off of itunes?
    Can you save the movies on your computer or disk and watch them later?
    The Only place i could find the lifetime movie the pact by jodi picoult was on itunes and i don't have an ipod!
    If anyone knows a place where i could find the pact(its not on youtube) let me know!

    • ANSWER:
      Yes, you can purchase movies off of iTunes and watch them on your computer without owning an iPod. Since the files purchased in the iTunes Store are protected, you will not be able to burn them onto a disc.

  8. QUESTION:
    What is the name of this lifetime movie?
    I know it was made in the 1990s. It's about a wealthy man who remarries and is poisoned and tried to be killed by his new wife and stepdaughter. His real daughter tries to find out the truth. That's all I can remember. Does anyone know the name of this lifetime movie or a movie similar to it that involves a mother and stepdaughter who are killers?

    • ANSWER:
      That movie is . THE STEPSISTER (1997)

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120208/

      Synopsis: It is not merely jealousy that prompts psychology major Darcy Canfield (Rena Sofer) to mistrust her widowed father Derek's new bride Joan (Linda Evans) and Joan's daughter Melinda (Bridgette Wilson). In fact, the audience is way ahead of Darcy: Joan is revealed early on to be a serial killer of wealthy husbands, who with the help of the equally sociopathic Melinda has bumped off a number of former mates for their money--and, of course, Dr. Derek Canfield (Alan Rachins) is loaded

      Youtube

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PqOVeEq0Bk

      See you

  9. QUESTION:
    What are some movies that I can watch on YouTube?
    I don't like murder or creepy things. I like lifetime movies esp. mom at 16 and girl positive. I also like good teen movies with some drama or it can be a comedy i dont care. Or a movie about anorexia or teen problems. Any suggestions? Also please include a description of the movie. Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Here are some movies with the link-

      1. Painful Secrets-

      "Dawn isn't like other kids her age — full of typical teenage angst about boys, school and parents. Her pain goes far deeper, and to deal with her emotional overload she physically cuts herself. "

      2. Fifteen and Pregnant -

      "When 15-year-old Tina becomes pregnant, it's another blow to an already shattered family life. Her parents are coping with her dad's infidelity, and Tina's siblings, embarrassed by their sister's situation, become emotionally withdrawn."

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvHJRSvKRAE

      3. Gracie's Choice -

      "For as long as she can remember, 16 year-old Gracie has been raising her four siblings, each of whom has a different, absent father — and their mother is on the fast track to self-destruction."

      4. Strike! (Aka All I Wanna Do) -

      "It's 1963, and budget constraints are forcing Miss Godard's School for Girls to merge with a nearby boy's boarding school. "

      5. For The Love Of Nancy -

      "After recovering from her own eating disorder, she took on this part as anorexic Nancy Walsh, a college freshman who goes out of control with her obsession to lose weight."

      6. Accused At 17 -

      "When 17-year-old Bianca Miller finds out her boyfriend cheated on her with a classmate, she's furious. When her best friends Fallyn, 17, and Sarah, 17 suggest they play a prank on Dory to make her pay, Bianca agrees to go along."

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWqgZB_H-ZM

      7. Sharing The Secret -

      "Dr. Moss is a smart and successful child psychologist, but at home, she fails to notice that her own daughter has a life-threatening eating disorder"

      ***http://www.mylifetime.com/watch-full-movies-online

  10. QUESTION:
    What full movies are on youtube in parts?
    I really want to watch movies on youtube in parts and I was wondering if you know of any good ones?
    I've watched many lifetime movies but you could still name one that I might not have seen. And I've watched 10 Things I Hate About You
    I've seen Paul Blart Mall Cop and it sucked haha. And I've tried searching full movie and I can't find very many

    • ANSWER:

  11. QUESTION:
    Does anything know about Salem Falls becoming a movie?
    I recently went to one of Jodi Picoult's book tours and she mentioned that Salem Falls is about to become a movie. I believe she said it was another Lifetime movie, although I could be wrong, but I have yet to find anything on it. I have googled it, scoured her website, and even checked YouTube for trailers. Has anyone else heard anything else about it?

    Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Negative information only, I'm afraid. I didn't find it listed as being in production or preproduction at the Internet Movie Database. I checked under title and under Jodi Picoult's name. It may have been optioned for a movie but that happens to a lot of books. I'd suggest you check www.imdb.com periodically to see if there have been any developments.

  12. QUESTION:
    What are the best lifetime movies to watch on youtube?
    I have already watched Thirteen, Bastard out of Carolina, Cyberbully, Human Trafficking, Indecent Seduction, Sleepover, The Woodsman, so you can see what kind of movie themes I like. Give me whatever you can, but only movies where I can watch the entire thing on youtube.

    • ANSWER:
      "Best lifetime movie" is an oxymoron.

  13. QUESTION:
    Name of a movie when an abusive father beats his daughter with a belt buckle?
    I believe this was a lifetime movie. It was some years ago, an alcoholic?? father beats his young daughter with his belt buckle when he's under the influence. PLEASE HELP ME FIND OUT THE TITLE OF THE MOVIE.

    • ANSWER:
      Bastard Out of Carolina (1996) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0115633/

      youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfsMfvjdmZ4&feature=related

  14. QUESTION:
    What are some other interesting lifetime movies to find and watch on youtube?
    movies about relationships and kids, marriage etc are good.

    • ANSWER:
      HERE IS YOUR COMPLETE LIST OF EVERY
      MOVIE WHICH IS AVAILABLE ON YOUTUBE:

      http://www.youtube.com/movies?gl=US&s=mva&b=0

  15. QUESTION:
    Where to watch TV MOVIES for free online?
    Is there any website dedicated solely to TV movies?? Like lifetime movies and stuff? You can never find those online on any other movie websites.

    • ANSWER:
      Youtube...just type in the movie you want + part 1. The bad thing is they usually come in parts, but that's how I watch TV movies.

  16. QUESTION:
    Does anyone know where i can watch the movie version of "the pact" based on the novel by jodi picoult?
    I've tried everything, netflix, amazon, youtube, but i can't seem to find the lifetime movie based on this novel. I just finished it, and i really want to see the movie, however, because it's seven years old, i highly doubt it will run on lifetime anytime soon. any other suggestions?

    • ANSWER:
      Well I'm not sure... but if your talking about "The Pact" from 2002 I think I saw it on: http://www.total-request.com although I'm not sure if it was not the movie from 2006. Its hard to find this old movies around when they are not cinema categories.

  17. QUESTION:
    Years ago I watched a movie about teens going to court for killing someone. Does anyone know what its called?
    It was years ago maybe early 2000's or late 1990's . It sounds like a Lifetime movie but I'm not sure.
    I just remember it was teens going to court to find out what happened and in the end it showed what they were sentenced. One of the leading girls looked like the girl from Step By Step Christine Lakin.

    Anyone know what movie it is?

    • ANSWER:
      Bully (2001) ?

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bully_(film)

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0242193/

  18. QUESTION:
    Does anyone know where a can watch The Pact online?
    They made that lifetime movie of it but i cant find it online and i cant find it on netflix either. Please help me!!!! and i dont have tv so does anyone know where i can watch it? i tried youtube but there is only one version and the quality is really bad and the sound is so bad i cant tell what they are saying.
    I just finished the book and really want to watch it.

    • ANSWER:
      try here

      http://www.freewatchtv.info

  19. QUESTION:
    How do I get the music from a Lifetime movie?
    I saw a movie on lifetime called " And Never Let Her Go" there is a song that plays when the couple first make love and I can't find the song anywhere. Someone please help me, I really would love to find this song.

    • ANSWER:
      try lime wire or try going to youtube and typing in the lyrics or try soundtrack from the movie

  20. QUESTION:
    What are some Lifetime movies on YouTube I can watch that will make me cry?
    Movies like "Mom At Sixteen" are the ones I'm looking for. The last scene definitely made me cry.

    Help please! :]
    P.S. RIP Michael Jackson. :[

    • ANSWER:
      Memory Keeper's Daughter

  21. QUESTION:
    Where can i watch that lifetime movie called The Tenth Circle?
    i checked on youtube and its not there. what other links?

    • ANSWER:
      fastplay.com
      it has every movie.
      good luck! :)

  22. QUESTION:
    what are some good lifetime movies i can watch on youtube?
    i like teen movies, but i think ive seen most of them, i also like movies about abuse, anarexia, and missing people

    • ANSWER:
      Hm, don't know if you've already seen them, but you could try these movies. They aren't all Lifetime (put Lifetime like). I'm pretty sure you can find them all on Youtube too. I included links to the trailers on Youtube for you to watch.

      Augusta Gone: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idKR0rBIaAA&feature=fvw

      Odd Girl Out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yy0SnBejYgI

      Thirteen: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yxrc2W-czA&feature=related

      Speak: (Though you've probably already seen it :D) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSCzahFXMrs&feature=related

  23. QUESTION:
    Any lifetime movies that have guys tied up?
    any lifetime movies? that have guys tied up in jeans or boxer briefs or maybe in cowboy boots?

    • ANSWER:
      A Brief History of Bondage in the Movies

      Tightrope (1984)

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0088272/

      The Perils of Gwendoline in the Land of the Yik Yak (1984)

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087903/

      Walk All Over Me (2007)

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0907680/

      The Boston Strangler (1968)

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062755/

      Goldfinger (1964)

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0058150/

      The Thing from Another World (1951)

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0044121/

  24. QUESTION:
    Can someone tell me what Lifetime movie this is?
    I can't remember a lot about the movie, but here's what I've got:

    A woman, who is either a baker or an artist, starts dating a guy. Things get pretty serious between them, and he ends up moving in with her and her teenage daughter. The boyfriend and daughter end up sleeping together, and it turns out the boyfriend is crazy. I think they end up having to shoot him.

    The movie is kind of old, but it popped into my head for some odd reason.

    • ANSWER:
      Sweet Temptation (1996 TV movie)
      starring Beverly D'Angelo, Jenny Lewis and Rob Estes
      IMDb synopsis:
      Jade is a 16-year-old girl with all the problems a teenager faces. Moreover, her parents are divorced, and she lives with her mother, Jesse. Jesse falls in love with Billy, a much younger man who is also divorced and has two young children. When Billy comes to live with her mother, Jade feels really uncomfortable and realizes that maybe she is attracted to him.
      EDIT: Here's Part 1 on YouTube:

  25. QUESTION:
    Trying to remember the name of a movie?
    I can't think of the name of this movie, me and my friends were talking about it today and we seem to recall that it was a Lifetime movie. Don't quote us on that but I think - if that helps any. Anyways, I remember there were maybe 2 or 3 young like teenage or early 20's girls who take this other girl into a really remote area and they only mean to scare her, but then I think they hit her with a rock or something and she dies. Then they go back home and I think that they were all keeping the secret and the parents were in on it. I hope I gave enough details!

    • ANSWER:
      "Accused at 17"?

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1480649/?ref_=fn_al_tt_2

      "A teenager is accused of murdering a classmate and claims that she was framed by her best friend. Her mother must try to find the truth."

      Preview:

      Part 1:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWqgZB_H-ZM

      edit- in a killer among friends a group of girls kill a girl by drowning her. it's a completely different storyline. and a lot older.

  26. QUESTION:
    What are some Lifetime movies about anorexia or bulimia?
    not sharing the secret, or a secret between friends...even if its not from lifetime...any titles?

    • ANSWER:
      A Secret Between Friends (aka When Friendship Kills (1996) (TV) )

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0117583/plot…

      It's on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7VmB6phC…

  27. QUESTION:
    Where can I buy the lifetime movie "For the Love of a Child"?
    I saw the 2006 lifetime movie "For the love of a child" with Matthew Knight on youtube. The movie is about the two women who founded the Childhelp USA organization (a child abuse help line)- I thought it was a great movie and was consiering buying it on DVD for a friend, but I can't find it anywhere (not on amazon, etc)- does anyone know if it has been released on DVD anywhere and if so, where I can buy it (I live in Canada). Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      Don't think it's on DVD. A search on Lifetime's official store website yields no results for that film. If Lifetime themselves don't have it, I doubt anyone does.

  28. QUESTION:
    What is the lifetime movie about a psychiatrist who is helping a sexually abused boy, they play handball also?
    I think the boy's name was Tony maybe, he wasn't really a boy more of a teenager. I think he also killed someone and tried to date the daughter, I just can't remember the name of the movie.

    • ANSWER:
      The Unsaid (2001)
      starring Andy Garcia, Vincent Kartheiser, Trevor Blumas, Chelsea Field, Linda Cardellini, Teri Polo, Brendan Fletcher, Sam Bottoms
      IMDb synopsis:
      Michael Hunter's 17-year-old son, Kyle, committed suicide although he was in therapy for depression, and this ruins the man's marriage. His daughter, Shelly, moves in with her mother. He stops treating patients in order to write and teach psychotherapy until, many years later, the case of Thomas "Tommy" Caffey intrigues him. He is about to be released on his 18th birthday from the institution he was placed in after his father, Joseph, was put into jail for beating his adulterous mother to death. Michael feels that Tommy, who reminds him strongly of his lost son, carries a big chip on his shoulder and manages to ignore the fact that Shelly falls for the troubled youth at first sight.
      Here are the movie trailer and Part 1 on YouTube:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du9xCoVxzC4&feature=related

  29. QUESTION:
    What was the last good lifetime movie u saw?
    i saw one called "hit and run" on youtube that i really liked. i dont think it's there anymore though.

    • ANSWER:
      Umm it was about an abused woman and her struggle to break free from her husband.....I think it may have had the washed up sitcom actress in it. Damn I can't think of the name of it, but there were a lot of tampon commercials during it.

  30. QUESTION:
    What movies have a character that has an eating disorder?
    I'm doing a school project on anorexia & bulimia and can't figure out which movies (not documentaries) have characters that are anorexic/bulimic.

    • ANSWER:
      Apart from the ones the person above me posted, there is also a character in "Center Stage" that has an eating disorder. Most of the other movies are, as they mentioned, made for TV (Lifetime movies), but you can find them all on youtube:)

  31. QUESTION:
    What are the best lifetime movies to watch on youtube?
    I have already seen Thirteen, The Perfect Teacher, Bastard out of Carolina, Indecent Seduction, My First Mister, No One Would Tell, so you can kind of see what themes I'm into.

    • ANSWER:
      First Born with Elisabeth Shue ( that movie is really good), The pregnancy pact, Family of Strangers, Stranger with my face, Trapped in a purple haze, A killer among friends and Dangerous Intentions. Ive watched all of these movies on Youtube abd they are all good.

  32. QUESTION:
    what are some good movies that have to do with anorexia or bulimia?
    i suffer from an ED and i think watching movies about it would help me get over it. two that i know of are, the best little girl in the world and the perfect body. does anyone know any other ones that are any good?

    • ANSWER:
      For the Love of Nancy can be found on the Lifetime Channel. It stars recovering anorexic, Tracy Gold, and is the story of a young college woman from an affluent family. When her family discovers she has an eating disorder, they attempt to obtain a court order to control her treatment.

      Kate's Secret is can also be found on the Lifetime Channel. It is the story of one woman's "perfect" life. What her friends don't know is that she is secretly prone to binging and purging. Her reluctance to seek help, nearly leads to the death of her daughter as well as herself. This Lifetime movie originally aired a few years ago, but they replay it from time to time.

      Dying to be Perfect is an HBO original movie. It is based on the true story of Ellen Hart-Pena, a world class athlete and Olympic hopeful, who struggled for years with an eating disorder.

      I would keep an eye out on the Lifetime Movie Network. They often have movies on this topic, and many others. There was also a movie on that channel called "A Secret Between Friends" that was about anorexia and bulimia. I think you can watch that one on Youtube. I'll keep researching, and if I find more I'll edit my post.

  33. QUESTION:
    Has anyone used download nova to download movies and games? Or any other that are legitimate?
    Is this download site safe and is it legitimate? They offer the fee .87 for a lifetime if you sign up by Jan 7. I am a little sketchy.

    • ANSWER:
      I wouldn't trust them. After doing a quick search I found three articles calling it a scam. What I did was I downloaded download helper. it's free and with it you can download movies off of youtube and lots of other sites. Then just download a player for the files if you need one. it's all free. =) Good luck!

  34. QUESTION:
    What is the name of the song in the Pregnancy Project? The lifetime movie?
    i have been looking for this song all over! i searched for it and i haven't found its not at the very beginning and its not at the end either! so if you know where i can find a list of the songs please let me know! and ill look to see if any of those are it! or any song you think it might be cause it was in the movie please let me know! i want it! i remember it saying something like this: "i, i, want to ask you something... i want to ask you why... or something like that and a girl sang it but i have no idea! lol. thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Probably this song:

  35. QUESTION:
    Is there a website that allows lifetime access to free music downloads?
    I heard about a website where they have you pay or and that allows you to have a lifetime access to downloads. And supposedly it's completely legal unlike frostwire and stuff. Does anybody know what it's called? I've completely forgotten the name. The url is like "mp3somethin.."

    • ANSWER:
      If your going to pay.. Dont. Millions of people download music for free. Try wesites like (depending on what music you like) datpiff.com/thisisbuckwild.com/frostwire. The pirate bay be a little confusing at first, just go on youtube for the pirate bay tutorials on how to download music games movies etc :)

  36. QUESTION:
    What mouse movie had a mouse that got captured and a bird who takes his brother to try to save him?
    All I remember is that the brother goes crazy and he electrocutes himself a bunch while singing a song and that the bird has a song that goes like "take a chance of a lifetime find out what you could know"

    • ANSWER:
      It makes me think of The Secret of Nimh http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9pz8CUrKxg The bird has a song but I can't remember it right now nor can I quickly find it on youtube.

  37. QUESTION:
    What book is the movie, Girl Fight Based on?
    I just got through watching the Lifetime movie,"GirlFight' and i know it's based on a true story. but What is the name of the book/and who is the author? thanks

    • ANSWER:
      Tis not a book. And there is no author.

      It is based on a true story (here in FL) where girls lured another girl and beat her up. 8 girls ganged up on the girl, video taped it and then later posted it on youtube.

      http://www.theledger.com/article/20111002/NEWS/111009875?tc=cr

  38. QUESTION:
    where can i watch the lifetime original movie America?
    i looked online and i cant find it. i looked on youtube too. is there a web site i can go to to see it?

    • ANSWER:
      The lifetime website, mylifetime.com. I'm watching it right now

  39. QUESTION:
    Name of a lifetime movie about an Amish girl?
    It's about this teen Amish girl who sneaks out of the community and gets pregnant but keeps it secret. She has her baby and it dies, but she passes out soon after birth so she doesn't remember what happened. Somehow the police find out and charge her with murder and this lawyer eventually get her cause overturned and at the end of the movie the girl's mother confessed that she killed the baby because she didn't want her husband to disown her daughter. What is this movie called?

    • ANSWER:
      I think it's "Plain Truth"

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0420075/

      "Discomfort strikes an Amish farm in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania when a dead baby is found. When the mother is discovered and confirmed to be eighteen-year old, unmarried Katie Fitch, she is arrested and sent to trial for murder. The detectives and police all believe that she smothered the baby. City defense attorney, Ellie Harris takes on the task of defending the Amish girl. As Katie denies that she gave birth to the baby and Ellie tries to get through to her client, the plot of the story just keeps rising and spiraling with twists and shocking new discoveries. Is Katie Fitch really guilty of murdering her newborn child? Will her Amish church exclude or still accept her into the community?"

      Part 1 on YouTube:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rYN9R-FaPE

  40. QUESTION:
    What is the name of the lifetime movie with Alexa Vega in it?
    I can't remember the name or what it was about. I know it come out a while ago. Also where can I watch scenes from it for free, without downloading anything?

    • ANSWER:
      Its called "Odd Girl Out" and you can watch scenes on youtube.

  41. QUESTION:
    Movies based on true stories question?
    I am doing a paper on movies based on true stories. Does anyone know of a place where I can find different movies that are based on true stories such as the ones they show on LMN?

    • ANSWER:
      I love lifetime movies!! I have seen really good ones that are based on a true story:

      The Craigslist Killer

      http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/the-craigslist-killer

      For My Daughter's Honor aka Indecent Seduction

      http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/my-daughters-honor

      I Know My First Name is Steven

      http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/i-know-my-first-name-steven

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MC3Q_T9Y7o

      A Cry for Help: The Tracey Thurman Story

      http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/cry-for-help-the-tracy-thurman-story

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0yjQIa7kTc

      Death of a Cheerleader

      http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/death-cheerleader

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrriLuFsE2A

      A Killer Among Friends

      http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/a-killer-among-friends

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LoEgag-mxIM

  42. QUESTION:
    What is the song called that played in the commercials for the movie Reviving Ophelia?
    It is a new movie that premiered on the 11th. It premierd on lifetime. I really like the song in the commercial but I don't know what its called or who it's by so could you please help me?

    • ANSWER:
      awesome song! Russian Roulette by Rihanna

  43. QUESTION:
    Does anybody know the song that is played on the lifetime movie Maneater?
    Its the song they play at her moms funeral...I think the singer is Ray Lamontagne? I just dont know the name of the song..

    Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Is it this?

  44. QUESTION:
    What is the name of this lifetime movie?
    The movie was about a lady and her 3 or 4 kids moving to another town. I think the husband had just died or they divorced. I dont exactly remember. But she made blueberry muffins to feel better. She also met someone elso.

    • ANSWER:
      The Rebound ? : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGyLFdzhw-c&feature=related
      When a beautiful, smart, suburban 40-year-old mother discovers her husband is cheating, she takes her two children to New York City to start over. A demanding new job forces her to hire a nanny, and she chooses 25-year-old Aram, who is still trying to figure out what he wants in life. As Aram increasingly becomes attached to her kids, Aram and Sandy become aware of their own undeniable chemistry. THE REBOUND is a fresh, witty, and sexy comedy about an unexpected romance

  45. QUESTION:
    Why is the music they use for the trailer of The Blue Lagoon 2012 lifetime movie?

    -*what
    The trailer has a piano song in it and the trailer is fairly brief.

    • ANSWER:
      Well, here's the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BND6jp-syfg
      There are a couple songs, if I'm hearing it correctly.

  46. QUESTION:
    I am looking for an old lifetime movie with Joanna Cassidy and Danielle Harris?
    The movie had Joanna Cassidy playing Danielle Harris's mother.She was a bus driver and when she went to pick her daughter up she was kidnapped by a dirty black car. Thoughout the movie she chased this car in her bus and at the end the car went off a cliff. I can't remember the name of the movie and I can't find it anywhere...Can someone help me please??

    • ANSWER:
      Wheels of Terror (1990 TV movie)
      IMDb synopsis:
      This is a movie about a mother (Joanna Cassidy) and her daughter (Marcie Leeds), who move to Copper Valley, Arizona, to get away from the city life of Los Angeles. A black 1974 Dodge Charger appears out of nowhere, terrorizing young school girls in the Copper Valley community. Later on, the driver kidnaps the daughter right in front of her mother, who is driving the schoolbus. The mother makes a desperate attempt to reclaim her daughter by chasing the black sedan through the rough Arizona desert terrain.
      IMDb review:
      Cassidy is brilliant in her role as divorced bus driver Laura, trying to raise her daughter in Arizona, and eventually having to save her from the unseen child molester after she is kidnapped. Her desperation and determination to save her daughter and ensure the pervert never harms anybody again are very believable. In case you're wondering how the schoolbus can keep up with the murderous muscle car, there's a gratuitous info-dump scene near the start where Latino mechanic Luis points out that he put a racing engine into the bus. Why he would do that I don't know, but it explains how the bus is able to chase the Charger.
      EDIT: Here's the movie on YouTube:

  47. QUESTION:
    A movie about two Teenagers waking up ten+ years later and are getting married?
    A nerdy girl is in love with the football star She does his homework for him and something weird happens, so they wake up, and they are marrying each other. She's falling for the school nerd who is now handsome and a reporter; he is having an affair with his secretary. They end up back in their present day and she goes to the 'Stones good-bye concert (the first one) with the nerd.

    I have looked at almost every search engine I know and I can't find this movie. What's the name of it?

    • ANSWER:
      How I Married My High School Crush (2007 TV movie)
      starring Katee Sackhoff (Starbuck of "Battlestar Galactica"), Sage Brocklebank, Tommy Lioutas, Elyse Levesque
      IMDb synopsis:
      A high schooler dreams of marrying the boy she has a crush on. When she makes a wish during an eclipse, it goes awry and the unsuspecting teenagers flash forward to their wedding 20 years in the future, with neither prepared for what adulthood has in store.
      Here's the movie trailer:

      I watched the premiere of this on Lifetime and have watched it a couple of times since then. I think it's a cute movie!

  48. QUESTION:
    Whats the lifetime movie where the girl is a prostitute and then she gets in a relationship with her stepdad?
    So she has sex with her stepdad, then they get in a relationship, then they make her Mom think she's going crazy, then they kill the mom. So then they go on vacation, and she gets the stepdad to go to jail, and she incriminates him.

    • ANSWER:
      Mini's First Time (2006)
      IMDb review:
      The film is narrated by Mini (Nikki Reed) and centers mainly around her character. Mini comes from a family straight from the Springer Show. Mother Diane (Carrie-Ann Moss) is a mean, money-grubbing, alcoholic slut. Daddy is completely out of the picture, but not to worry when you've got a stepfather like Alec Baldwin. Mini has decided to take up hooking. She is a bit surprised when her first client turns out to be none other than Martin, her stepfather. This does not deter Ms. Mini in the least. In fact, there isn't much that gets the better of Ms. Mini. This gal is one sharp cookie, good at thinking on her feet, and always staying one step ahead of the posse. Soon, she and stepdaddy-dearest are hot and heavy--right under unknowing mom's nose. But this isn't enough to satisfy Mini--she would just as soon Mom wasn't in the picture at all. She gets Martin to go along with her schemes, and Mom soon doesn't know what hit her.
      Here's the movie trailer:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPgt_tASz…

  49. QUESTION:
    Can you save/record videos from youtube to watch later?
    I want to see this old lifetime movie "for the love of nancy" and I can't find it anywhere, it is 0 on ebay!!! Youtube has it in 10 minute clips, is there any way to save them to my computer so that I can watch the whole movie at a later time? Or is there some other way to "record" this movie? Thanks for any help. Oh yeah if anyone has a copy of this movie for sale that would be great also :)

    • ANSWER:
      You can download youtube videos to see them later. Now you can use uSeesoft Free YouTube Downloader here: http://www.useesoft.com/products/useesoft-free-youtube-downloader.exe

      It can help you download YouTube videos with fast speed. This tool is easy to use. You can add direct URL of YouTube video which you want to download and then click “Ok” button to start downloading.

      If you want to convert youtube videos to avi, wmv, etc. files, you can use uSeesoft FLV Converter from this page http://www.useesoft.com/video-converters/flv-converter.html
      It can convert YouTube videos or FLV videos to other video or audio formats, such as converting flv to mov, mkv, avi, mp4, mp3, wav, aac, etc. Specially, it provides an easy way to convert YouTube videos or FLV videos to iPod, iPod Classic, iPhone, PSP, Apple TV as well as other portable video players. Hopefully you will have a try to convert or edit youtube videos.

  50. QUESTION:
    How can you transfer movies, tv shows or videos from your computer to a dvd?
    I watch tv shows, movies and videos on my computer. The websites are cbs.com, nbc.com, youtube, lifetime.com etc. I want to know how can I transfer them from my computer to a dvd. Can someone help me?

    • ANSWER:


lifetime movies on youtube

Lifetime Movies List

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    What are some good teenage girl lifetime movies?
    Ones that have to do with drugs,ahcohol,sex,and girls jusft being mean and bitchy to one another. Maybe something like Odd Girl Out or something. Please don't say 15 and pregnant or mom at 16 ive seen those. Im bored and i feel like watching lifetime movies. Thanks! List as many as possible.

    • ANSWER:
      She's Too Young
      Homeless to Harvard
      The Plain Truth
      Life Is Not a Fairytale: The Fantasia Barrino Story
      Girl Positive
      The Memory Keepers Daughter
      Lies My Mother Told Me

  2. QUESTION:
    I need a list of all lifetime movies based on a boy getting kidnapped?
    i need to find this movie.

    can someone give me a list of all lifetime movies that has summaries dealing with a boy getting kidnapped. i need all of them so i can look through and maybe find this movie. the topic is KIDNAPPED/ABDUCTION

    please.

    • ANSWER:
      lifetime movies list is too long to go through

  3. QUESTION:
    What are good Lifetime movies about teenagers?
    Can you list and summarize any good Lifetime movies about teenage girls going through some things in life? I like movies with drama, suspence and relationships. Here's a list of lifetime movies I like; Betrayed At 17, Walking the Halls, Born Bad, Perfect Teacher, Queen Sized, Devil's Diary... Do you know any movies about a teenage girl being in a secret relationship with an older guy?

    • ANSWER:
      Pregnancy project. It is about a girl who fakes a pregnancy as a school project to see how people treat her

  4. QUESTION:
    What are some good lifetime movie network movies?
    What are some good lifetime movie network movies that I can watch online? Please give me a list of them. Thanks
    Thanks and I usually like movies about teens on drugs, movies like the secret life of zoey. And like abusive movies.

    • ANSWER:
      Depends what kind of movies you like they're are alot of good ones. imaginary friend, to be fat like me, lies my mother told me, like mother like daughter, nightmare next door, prison of secrets, my hidden truth, the wife he met online, shes too young, a trusted man, Augusta gone, the life of zoey, a child lost forever, the people next door, before he wakes, murder in a college town, poison ive Secret society, 7 deadly sins, hit and run, a killer among friends. hope you find something out of the list love lifetime!

  5. QUESTION:
    What are some really good lifetime movies to watch?
    I love lifetime movies and my cable got cut off because of some problem the company is having.
    Can you guys give me a list of some awesome lifetime movies so i can download? thank you

    • ANSWER:
      Sins of the Mind(1997)
      She's Too Young(2004)
      Twisted Desire(1996)
      Friends Til The End(1997)
      Mother May I Sleep With Danger?(1996)
      No One Would Tell(1996)
      She Fought Alone(1995)
      A Killer Among Friend(1992)
      Death of A Cheerleader(1994)

  6. QUESTION:
    What is the name of the Lifetime movie where a woman is being stalked and finds cameras in her shower?
    My roommate and I have been looking for this movie for what seems like an eternity and have had no luck. The only details we can remember is it's a Lifetime movie, it's from the 90's, and the main character finds hidden cameras in her bathroom. Not a lot to go on.

    Please and thank you.

    • ANSWER:
      Sorry, I don't know what that movie is, but you can go here (http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/movies-a-to-z?page=1) They have a list of all the lifetime movies. Maybe you'll recognize the title, or you can click on the title and read the description of the movie.

  7. QUESTION:
    What's the deal with people thinking that Lifetime Movie Network is for chicks?
    I've been sitting here all day being forced to watch Lifetime Movies with my girlfriend. I have to admit that they show some pretty good real life movies. Watching The Client List right now and it's really good. Jennifer Love Hewitt is a knockout..

    • ANSWER:
      I agree with you! They air so many kinds of movies: romantic comedies, dramas, real-life stories, horror/supernatural, even science fiction. I have many favorites among the made-for-Lifetime films, plus other movies they choose to run. They have some great performances, and most actors and actresses generally deliver solid interpretations of roles. I've enjoyed more films on LMN than on HBO and most other feature film channels.

      I'm so pleased that you gave it a chance and liked what you saw. It's true: Many of the movies feature beautiful women, and there generally are some very attractive men.

      Also, I think it sort of balances out on the good woman/bad man vs. good man/bad woman situation, in spite of what attackers claim. In truth, they must not truly have tuned in long enough.

      Keep watching! I'm sure there is a lot of great viewing to come, plus old favorites.

  8. QUESTION:
    What lifetime movies do you recommend?
    Hey! Can you guys give me a list of really good lifetime movies. What are some of your favorites?

    p.s. please don't list any movies that were made after 2002. I prefer the oldies and I love tear jerkers. The more drama, the better!
    thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Beauty (1998)
      Captive (1991)
      Wildflower (1991)
      Homecoming (1996)
      Baby Snatcher (1992)
      The Last Dance (2000)
      Deadly Relations (1993)
      A Cooler Climate (1999)
      After the Promise (1987)
      Bump in the Night (1991)
      The Kissing Place (1990)
      A Mother's Justice (1991)
      Who Will Love My Children? (1983)
      Betrayed: A Story of Three Women (1995)
      Moment of Truth: Murder or Memory? (1994)
      Stamp of a Killer aka Dangerous Affection (1987)
      A Woman Scorned: The Betty Broderick Story (1992)
      Her Final Fury: Betty Broderick, the Last Chapter (1992)
      ...And Then She Was Gone aka In a Stranger's Hand (1991)
      Black Widow Murders: The Blanche Taylor Moore Story (1993)

      These are recent but very good!
      Absolution (2006)
      Gracie's Choice (2004)
      Gospel of Deceit (2006)
      Home by Christmas (2006)
      Lies My Mother Told Me (2005)
      The Interrogation of Michael Crowe (2002)

      I think all of these are Lifetime, but I'm not certain. I know they're Lifetime or perhaps Hallmark Channel.

  9. QUESTION:
    how can i purchase movies shown on lifetime movie network?
    Does anyone know how and or where I can buy the movies that are shown on lifetime movie network.

    • ANSWER:
      LMN.tv is the official Lifetime Movie Network website. There is a "Movie Browser" link in the upper left, which requires the Flash Player and will provide an automatic update. MyLifetime.Com is the Lifetime Channel side. They have a long list of tv shows and movies for purchase, including where to get each one. Some are at Amazon, Borders, Shop.com. Be sure to click the tabs at the top of the listing.

  10. QUESTION:
    Can anyone give a list of all the Lifetime movies ever played?
    I have been looking for this movie my friend told me about and i can't figure what it is called!!! It is either Head of the Class or Front of the class. I am not even sure if it is a Lifetime movie it could be a movie that showed on Oxygen. Please a very long list.

    • ANSWER:
      The movie is called front of the class and it was from the hallmark channel. I searched with both titles you thought were it on lifetime, hallmark,and the oxygen website and hallmark channel website was the only one that had it. Sorry I am on my iPod touch and can't paste links but it premiered dec 7 2008 and if you want more info on it search Front of the class on the hallmark website. Hope this helped :)

  11. QUESTION:
    who is the movie the client list really based on?
    It is a Lifetime movie with Jennifer Love Hewitt. They say it is a true story but I can't find who it is really based on. And does anyone know what men got arrested too?

    • ANSWER:
      If you go to this link you can find out all the information you're looking for.

      http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1181771/posts

      This was the most informative website I could find.

  12. QUESTION:
    Do you like television movies and what kind title from television movies?
    I like television movies.

    List of title television movies:
    Baby for sale (lifetime)
    I do but i don't (lifetime)

    • ANSWER:
      I love movies made for television and likely watch one or two of them every day! Do you mean just the Lifetime movies? I ask that because TV movies started being made in the Sixties, and there are some amazing ones. I'll list some I have in my film journal, which includes Hallmark, Lifetime and Sci Fi channels:
      Basilisk
      Aztec Rex
      Patient 14
      Disappearance
      My Fake Fiance
      First Born (2007)
      Absolution (2006)
      Still Small Voices
      Home by Christmas
      Holiday in Handcuffs
      Trilogy of Terror 1 & 2
      The Last Dance (2000)
      Hush Little Baby (2007)
      Prince Charming (2001)
      I've Been Waiting for You
      The Haunting of Sorority Row
      The Immortal Voyage of Captain Drake
      The Good Witch and The Good Witch's Garden

      Also, I always tune in for Jane Seymour's TV movies, including "Yesterday's Children", as she has been one of my favorite actresses since the Seventies, when she co-starred in the TV miniseries "Frankenstein: The True Story" with Leonard Whiting~Romeo Montague of "Romeo & Juliet" (1968), which has been my all-time favorite movie for more than 40 years.

      I should note there that SFC movies are vehemently attacked by many viewers. What I say is that these are today's "grindhouse" movies! These are the kinds of "B flicks" that aired at drive-ins in the Fifties and Sixties and that are today considered cult classics. So, give them time. Some already have quite a following.

      I love TV miniseries, too:
      It
      QB VII
      Shogun
      Dinotopia
      The Odyssey
      The Thorn Birds
      Gulliver's Travels
      The 10th Kingdom
      Arabian Knights (2000)
      V and V: The Final Battle
      North & South Books 1 & 2
      Around the World in 80 Days
      Frankenstein: The True Story (already mentioned)

      I could list many more, but I don't want to overload my post~though I already might have done that.

  13. QUESTION:
    What are some good movies about internet predator/pedophiles?
    I know strangeland, hard candy and the lifetime movie about julie posey. Anymore?

    • ANSWER:
      Sure thing, here are some ideas:

      Fear Dot Com http://www.jinni.com/movies/fear-dot-com/
      Anamorph http://www.jinni.com/movies/anamorph/
      Marebito http://www.jinni.com/movies/marebito/

      Here's a longer list of movies similar to those above http://www.jinni.com/s/5KcE - maybe you'll find others you'd like to see.
      Source(s):

      http://www.jinni.com/

  14. QUESTION:
    What happens if I create a website containing a copyright, and I refuse to take it down?
    Say for example I re-create a Lifetime Movie Title Generator, because the other one was taken down, and Lifetime demands I take it down, and I tell them where they can shove their demands. What happens?

    • ANSWER:
      You could be liable for copyright infringement. Have you gave credit to them for the source and it being their property ? You could try contacting them and explain that you like their movies and would like to list them on a website that you have and give credit to them, in that case I think that they would comply with allowing you to do so, but to just take and use something that is not yours is unlawful.

  15. QUESTION:
    What are some good lifetime movies?
    I want to know some good lifetime original movies to watch.Please list some for me.

    • ANSWER:
      Prayers for Bobby
      The Pact
      Searching For David's Heart
      Girl Positive

      Some of my favorites

  16. QUESTION:
    Does anyone know what this lifetime movie is called?
    Does anyone know what this lifetime movie is called?
    A lifetime movie where this girl gets sexually abused by her step-father or her moms boyfriend. She doesn't tell anyone but ends up telling her mother. Her mother doesn't believe her and thinks she's only saying that because the daughter doesn't like him. The daughter goes to her dads house..I think her dad believed her but i don't know. Does anyone know what this movie is called?

    • ANSWER:
      you need to check this list

  17. QUESTION:
    What are some good films about lesbian relationships?
    I'm looking specifically for a film about teens. Something that has an Lifetime Movie Network feel to it. If it's not about teens, any good film that you can really relate to. I would prefer a happy film.
    Wow all your answers were great thanks so much!

    • ANSWER:
      Desert Hearts
      This is one of the first lesbian movies released to mainstream audiences. Set in Reno in the 1950s, a beautiful casino worker falls in love with an older professor
      2. But I'm A Cheerleader
      But I'm A Cheerleader has to be the funniest lesbian love story of all time. Natasha Lyonne and Clea Duvall star with Ru Paul (not in drag) as two young women who meet at a homosexual rehabilitation camp
      3. Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls in Love
      A sweet story of two high school girls from opposite sides of the tracks who fall in love. Randy works at the gas station and lives with her lesbian aunt and her lover. Evie drives a Range Rover and is one of the most popular girls in school. When they fall in love, all hell breaks loose.
      4. Bound
      Gina Gershon and Jennifer Tilly fool the mob and fall in love. One of the sexiest lesbian films ever!
      5. Better Than Chocolate
      Political, sexy, funny and a great sound track. This movie has it all. Maggie's mom shows up unexpectantly right as she's about to make her move on a new love interest. Maybe this would be a good time to come out?
      6. Kissing Jessica Stein
      Sick of dating guys, Jessica answers a woman-seeking-woman ad. She meets sexy Helen, who is also bi-curious. They hit it off. Now if they can only overcome Jessica's neurotic nervousness about being with a woman.
      7. Go Fish
      The girl is out there. When Max meets nerdy Ely, it's hardly love-at-first-sight. But maybe first impressions aren't everything! A low-budget movie made by women, Go Fish offers a peek into the lives of a group of women looking for love and community.
      8. I've Heard the Mermaids Singing
      Released in 1987 to rave reviews, this film introduces quirky Polly as a Girl Friday whose life is changed when she gets a job at an art museum and is intrigued by the curator.
      9. If These Walls Could Talk 2
      Originally an HBO special, If These Walls Could Talk 2 is one of the best representations of lesbians in movies thus far. Staring Sharon Stone, Ellen DeGeneres, Chloe Sevigny and Vanessa Redgrave ITWCT2 offers a glimpse into the lives of lesbians in the 60s, 70s and 2000.
      10. D.E.B.S.
      D.E.B.S., Crime Fighting Hotties with Killer Bodies
      Amen. Can you imagine if the FBI or CIA was described in this way? How many people would join? Or feign needing help? It's every girl's fantasy. Save me! Save me!

      For a full list, go to this page:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_lesbian,_gay,_bisexual,_or_transgender-related_films_by_storyline

  18. QUESTION:
    Who played the lawyer on the lifetime movie The Client List?
    I just saw this movie and I swear I've seen the actress before. In The Client List, she plays a lawyer friend of Jennifer Love Hewitt that gets all the girls off with a minimum sentence. I can't find her anywhere in the cast list on imdb or lifetime site. Does anyone know who she is? Thanks for your help!

    • ANSWER:
      It took me a while to figure it out, but I was thinking the same thing. She looked so familiar and had no credit on imdb.com.

      Name: Kandyse McClure

      Currently on the show "Persons Unknown" as the latest character introduced to the show. A former death row inmate that was saved during her lethal injection.

  19. QUESTION:
    What was the name of the Lifetime movie about women putting their husbands on a hit list?
    The basic plot was that in order to get your husband added to the bottom of the list, you had to murder the huband on the top of the list.. this way there was no relation to the murder and the person who get's murdered. Can't remember any actors names... Saw it a few years back.

    • ANSWER:
      I find this movie intriguing... will have to check it out. lol!

  20. QUESTION:
    Does anything know about Salem Falls becoming a movie?
    I recently went to one of Jodi Picoult's book tours and she mentioned that Salem Falls is about to become a movie. I believe she said it was another Lifetime movie, although I could be wrong, but I have yet to find anything on it. I have googled it, scoured her website, and even checked YouTube for trailers. Has anyone else heard anything else about it?

    Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Negative information only, I'm afraid. I didn't find it listed as being in production or preproduction at the Internet Movie Database. I checked under title and under Jodi Picoult's name. It may have been optioned for a movie but that happens to a lot of books. I'd suggest you check www.imdb.com periodically to see if there have been any developments.

  21. QUESTION:
    what are all the lifetime cheer movies?
    can you guys give me a list of all the lifetime movies that involve cheerleading? thaaank you SOO much.

    • ANSWER:
      Lying Eyes (1996)
      Death of a Cheerleader
      The Killing Secret aka The Secret
      Fab Five: The Texas Cheerleader Scandal
      Willing to Kill: The Texas Cheerleader Story

      I can't recall too many that focus on cheerleaders. Often, when set in high school, the cheerleaders are a part of the background but aren't really integral to the story.

  22. QUESTION:
    What is the lifetime movie divorce single mom?
    Recently divorced single mom falls for ex-con who kills the families he lives with. Ex-husband does not trust new boyfriend and investigates with little help of older son comes to rescue of ex family before they are killed. End of movie Ex-con escapes after killing elderly neighbor who notices boyfriend looks like family killer and is about to start with new family.

    • ANSWER:
      Here is a list of Lifetime movies. Maybe one of the titles will ring a bell.

      http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/movies-a-to-z

  23. QUESTION:
    What is the greatest movie you ever watched?
    Basically I've seen many movies and a lot of them are silly and many are good. But recently I watched that movie "American History X" and ... man I just love it.
    Anybody who hasn't watched it shall watch it. It's like a lifetime movie and it changed my life in a pos way

    • ANSWER:
      Ahh there are so many good movies out there.. Don't even know how I'd narrow it down to one. But one that I have to say had a pretty large effect on me would probably be "Schindler's List" and "Dead Poets Society".

  24. QUESTION:
    What are some other interesting lifetime movies to find and watch on youtube?
    movies about relationships and kids, marriage etc are good.

    • ANSWER:
      HERE IS YOUR COMPLETE LIST OF EVERY
      MOVIE WHICH IS AVAILABLE ON YOUTUBE:

      http://www.youtube.com/movies?gl=US&s=mva&b=0

  25. QUESTION:
    I need a good list of movies to watch about teenagers. Any suggestions?
    i love to watch movies about teenagers. any kind will be great like struggles, romance or humor. it doesn't matter if they are low budget or if they are TV movies like lifetime movies..but any suggestions will help.

    • ANSWER:
      ferris buellers day off, clueless, never been kissed, election, shes all that, 10 things i hate about you, the breakfast club.... most stuff along those lines

  26. QUESTION:
    How to find out a lifetime movie title?
    I liked this movie but I forgot the name how can i figure out the name?

    • ANSWER:
      Try going to the Lifetime website and see if they have a list of their movies. Just click on the one that looks the most familiar.

  27. QUESTION:
    Why is the TV Guide listing for LMN network never correct?
    TV Guide said there will be a certain movie on at a certain time on LMN (lifetime movie network) but instead another movie shows up when I turn on the LMN channel. And I wish I was wrong for just one time, but it happens EVERY time, for example TV Guide says lifetime will show the movie "Stranger with my Face" right now on LMN, instead when I turn on LMN, they are in the middle of showing some movie called "The Perfect Daughter" Why is that?

    • ANSWER:
      Either they're looking at the wrong satellite (or your web site is point to the wrong time zone), or your local folks are substituting something for some reason.

  28. QUESTION:
    Can anyone tell me where I can find a list of all the Lifetime Original Movies?
    On the liftime website it has the list, but there are other movies listed as well and I can not ever tell which ones are Lifetime Originals or other movies. If you know of a way for me to tell the difference that would be a very helpful answer to this question as well. Thanks.

    • ANSWER:

      http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/movies-a-to-z

  29. QUESTION:
    What Are Some Movies About Troubled Teens?
    This week I don't really have anything to do or any place to be so I was thinking about just kicking back and enjoying some movies. Recently I have been interested in movies about troubled teens facing real issues like drug/alcohol abuse, self harm, pregnancy, bullying, rape/abuse, eating disorders, metal problems/depression/suicide and issues like that. I have already watched 2:37, Speak, Thirteen, Houndog, Cyberbully, It's Kind Of A Funny Story, Bully, Odd Girl Out, Augusta Gone, Painful Secrets, Precious, and pretty much all of the Lifetime movies. If anyone can give me a list of movies similar to these I'd would very much appreciate it. Thanks :)

    • ANSWER:
      The Perks of Being a Wallflower
      The Art of Getting By
      Charlie Bartlett
      Juno
      The Virgin Suicides
      Trust
      Girl, Interrupted

  30. QUESTION:
    Lifetime movie about sexual harassment, a 24-year-old umpire stalks a 14-year-old girl?
    I really want to find this Lifetime movie so I can watch the end of it.

    More details:
    the girl's name is Larissa
    the guy's name is Kurt Harper
    it focuses a lot on her parents too and the actions they try to take, but I don't remember their names

    does anyone know the title?

    • ANSWER:
      this list might help http://www.anaphe.org/Lifetime_Movies.html

  31. QUESTION:
    What is the song from the lifetime movie the client list?
    the lrics are something like, Cant bring no drama gotta learn to let go? It is the song when sam is driving home and falls asleep at the wheel.

    • ANSWER:
      There's no soundtrack listed for the movie anywhere but the lyrics sound like "No More Drama" by Mary J. Blige.

      You can load the movie on Lifetime's website though and check the credits at the end. Songs are always listed in the order they appear in a film: http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/the-client-list

  32. QUESTION:
    Can anyone list me teenage lifetime movies worth watching?
    Would like to watch a movie that is based around the effects of alchohol and drug fueled violence, similar to the movie the bond of silence, would prefer movies that are modern and dont extent the 2000's

    • ANSWER:
      She's Too Young
      The Party Never Stops
      Mini's First Time

  33. QUESTION:
    What is the best movie youve ever seen?
    Im a movie lover. I love chic ficks, scifi, lifetime, comedy, and especially movies that make me think. What are some great movies that I must see?

    • ANSWER:
      Titanic with Leonardo DiCaprio
      The Shawshank Redemption
      Hearts in Atlantis
      Extraordinary Measures
      On Golden Pond
      The "Narnia" Trilogy
      The First Two "Terminator" Movies (The Terminator & Terminator 2: Judgment Day)
      The First Two "Dirty Harry" Movies (Dirty Harry & Magnum Force)
      Ben-Hur with Charlton Heston
      The Bucket List
      Forrest Gump
      The Man
      Avatar (The 2009 Worldwide Blockbuster)
      The King's Speech

  34. QUESTION:
    What are all the movies that Kristen Stewart Has been in?
    What are all the movies that Kristen Stewart Has been in? I really love her acting and i want to watch some more of her movies.

    • ANSWER:
      Kstew is my idol,so i ve seen all of them,so i'll even explain some (:

      The safety of objects(her first movie)-It's kinda old,and its just about how everyone is connected in away,like strangers/the neighborhood are all connected.Her charc. lives with her mom and sis.

      The panic room- her first major hit,with Jodie foster. Sarah,who She plays is a diabetic daughter,but when robbers come in the house,her mom and her go th there panic room (s safety room basically,protecting them),but her insuline(diabetes shot and such) get left out og of the room,the robbers know there in there,so they keep a close eye on the door of the panic room,waiting,but sarah starts to somewhat slowly die if she doesnt get her shot in time,meaning going out of the panic room. This was kristens big hit,13 years old.

      In the land of women- With adam brody,she plays the daughter of a mom wit cancer ad her dad is having an affair,she's a rebel in a way,and is just learning about life. It was on lifetime recently (:

      The cake eaters- BESTTTT MOVIE,SHE HAS SO MUCH TALENT. she plays a girl with a muscle disease causing her not being able to move correctly,and slur her words. She falls in love with the cafeteria guy at school,her mom is really protective of her though because of her disease,not wanting her to go out and making sure she has medication,even wanting to put her in a wheel chair. She wants to just go out and live life the best she can,because when u have this disease you usually die/slowly die,and she knows she is going to die some-what soon.

      Speak- people really like this one also- Its based o the book,speak,about a 13 year old(Melinda Sordeno) who was raped at a party and called the cops,but never told anyone why she did(raped),so now as shes starting high school,everyone including her bestfriend hates her cause of the cop situation.Worst part is her rapist goes to her school,and its caled speak because people are always wanting her to speak because decides to become select mute,she rarely talks because of what happend. Michael Aragano is in this also (:

      Adventureland- She works at this crappy amusement park for the summer,rebel in this also,gets into a relationship with her co-worker.

      Jumper- Kristen is at very last 5 min of the movie,not a huge part,but the movie is good.

      Into the wild- a book that lots of people like,about a man that gives away all his money and goes on a journey in alaska,kristen sings in this movie (:

      The messengers- Scary movie,the house is haunted but only her little borther can sense them when there there/coming. very creepy.

      Cold creek manor- Doesnt want to move,but her fam makes her move out in the middle of no where,another horror film,the house is haunted by the previous residents.

      Zathura- BOMB MOVIE!! LOVE IT! she plays the sister lisa,shes a main charc.they play a board game that turns into a real life space adventure,the only way to get back to earth/home is to win the board game.

      catch that kid- kid spies,trying o get money for her dad,to help out with his sickness.

      fierce people- a boy and his mother move,but the new living situation comes with sacrifices

      theres more,but i have to get off so i cant explain the all,so ill just list them .....
      Twilight,New Moon,eclipse,the flinstones(seen that also,her first thing tech.,not a speaking role)what just happend,undertow,cutlass,THE RUNAWAYS!!,welcome to rileys,k-11(no word on that yet),the yellow hadkerchief<33,an american girl(no word either).

  35. QUESTION:
    What is the name of the following movie?
    I am searching a movie maybe a TV-movie, I assume it was from the 90's..
    The plot is about father and husband, who had an affair with a younger teacher colleague and suddenly his wife is murdered.. I remember a scene where someone are bowling. As far as I can find in my memory the main character (husband) had a beard..

    Anybody who has a bid?

    • ANSWER:
      Sounds like a Lifetime movie.
      Have fun searching through their list, they have A LOT of movies

  36. QUESTION:
    What are good movies on surfthechannel that are rape stories or ones related to rape or sex,abuse.?
    Im not a perv ahah I have a final and I need to have watched 9 movies (not bios) on rape or cyber rape movies and I know that surfthechannel is easy and free and you can use megavideo Im sooo sorry but I need serious help!

    • ANSWER:
      type "good luck ms.wyckoff "on youtube....(its pretty graphic). there is a whole bunch of rape movies on youtube you just cant type rape in the search, you actually have to have the title of the movie. go on LMN (lifetime) they have a huge list. These are some that i watched on youtube :
      The Virgin Spring
      When She Says No
      The Violation of Sarah McDavid
      also go on google and type rape scene , click videos and you will get a bunch.
      Why is school making you do this? thats weird..... good luck.

  37. QUESTION:
    What movies should i watch on lifetime ?
    Okay, i've seen like all of the movies aha. But do you know of any new lifetime movies i can watch? Or any at all really. I'd like it to be about teen girl drama, and etc. or a mystery. just anything you find good?! I want to watch some movies online ((: or any movie in general would do !! Thank youu <3

    • ANSWER:
      I don't really know any good teen girl dramas! Apart from definitely maybe which I thought was pretty good. I'l give you a list of some of my favorites anyway!:)

      American Beauty
      Shawshank Redemption
      Thelma And Louise
      Kill Bill
      Sin City
      Death Proof
      Jackie Brown
      Inglorious Basterds
      Godfather 1 and 2
      Top Gun
      Faster Pussycat Kill! Kill!
      I Am Sam
      Rebecca
      Mildred Pierce
      Spirited Away
      Gone With The Wind
      Meet Me In St Louis
      Raging Bull
      Warrior
      Million Dollar Baby
      Blade
      The Ice Storm
      Donnie Darko
      Blade Runner
      Quadrophenia
      Fight Club
      Pulp Fiction
      Bully
      Reservoir Dogs
      Wickerman (70s)
      The Exorcist
      Exorcism Of Emily Rose
      Volver
      The Wrestler
      City Of God
      L.a Confidential
      The Others
      Big Fish
      Forrest Gump
      Taxi Driver
      Blades Of Glory
      Anchorman
      Trainspotting
      Mighty Joe Young
      Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
      No Country For Old Men
      Bonnie And Clyde

  38. QUESTION:
    What is a movies that I definitely need to watch in a lifetime?
    I want a good movies, that maybe I haven t watch.

    Watch is it the one that touched you the most profound?

    thank you!

    • ANSWER:
      The Godfather
      The Shawshank Redemption
      Schindler's List
      Saving Private Ryan
      Citizen Kane
      Casablanca
      Psycho
      Rear Window
      12 Angry Men
      The Wizard Of Oz
      Lady And The Tramp
      It's A Wonderful Life (not)
      Snakes On A Plane ( not)

  39. QUESTION:
    How many Licsened Massage Therapist want the Client List removed off of Lifetime?
    I really think this will ruin our professional reputation. I think we need to write lifetime or find a class action lawyer (I know one) to have this show removed. We can not afford to lose business or our career dragged through the mud!

    • ANSWER:
      There is currently a campaign online to have this show removed. I did a search online and found a petition that you can sign.

      As far as a class action suit is concerned, I doubt that this will go anywhere. A lawyer will tell you anything and everything you want to hear if there is a chance that he will make money from it. His motives may not be all pure and noble, so be weary. In the class action you have to be able to prove damages, and in the case of Hollywood making a show, you cannot prove damages here. That would be like the black community suing paramount or MGM for making a movie where a black man is a villain. Please dont take this the wrong way, I understand your frustrations!

      This show will be short lived and burn out within a season or two. A few years down the road nobody will ever remember it. IF you give it a lot of attention and bring national attention by promoting a lawsuit you will do just the opposite of what you want. You will get media coverage and the show will get free advertising! More and more people will become interested in all the commotion surrounding this new lifetime show. Just ignore it and im sure it will go away before you know it. Case in point...I didnt know about this until I read it here. Now I am intrigued and I may very well look up this show just out of curiosity. The producers dont care how or why I watch the show, as long as im seeing it as this translates into advertising dollars.

      If you are a good and ethical therapist then you just keep doing the good work that you provide. You will continue to attract honest clients that are looking for your services in an honest, moral and legal environment.

  40. QUESTION:
    How does your Saturn represent something you are supposed to DO in this lifetime?
    ie a responsibility

    Please list your Saturn by sign, house, and aspects.
    Brainstorming is welcome.

    Don't worry. I have the people who would say this has nothing to do with astrology or astrology is bs blocked.

    Just tell of your experience with Saturn. Thanks
    more......
    What's with the TDs? Show yourself TDer so I can block your dumass!!
    Saturn's sign DOES matter. Nobody gets to cherry pick their chart.

    • ANSWER:
      1) Saturn in Virgo 11th House opposite Mercury in Pisces 5th house:
      With Saturn in Virgo, there is a need for organization and attention to detail. With it in opposition to Mercury in Pisces, the focus is on communication of all types. With Saturn in 11th opposite Mercury in 5th, there was an "either/or" situation of needing to balance my own wishes/friendships/mentors versus children/entertainment/pleasures. The lesson was a long painstaking trail of mistakes in order to find a way to have all of those, without a constant feeling of having to make the either/or choice.

      2) Saturn quincunx Jupiter:
      This causes a problem with others taking advantage of me. This is not something I've mastered. It's like the movie "Groundhog Day" where I have to keep relearning the lesson over each day. From the 11th to the 4th, the worst situations have been with friendships, groups and family.

      3) Saturn quindecile Venus:
      I think this is more of an asset than problem. I seem to be able to walk away from breakups in relationships without much hurt or regret. On the other hand, I can turn any subject I like into an obsession, which helped a great deal with being able to follow through on school work, career or any projects.

      4) Saturn sextile Uranus:
      This aspect helped me learn to use the Saturn opposite Mercury aspect in practical and productive ways. Uranus in the 9th forms the sextile to Saturn, while forming a trine to Mercury. Any time I reach an impasse on a situation involving the opposition, I can use what is represented by Uranus in the 9th to motivate me into change and new ideas, so this is a remedy aspect.

  41. QUESTION:
    Can anyone help me find a new Christmas movie to watch?
    This is a challenging question because I love Christmas and I have seen LOTS of Christmas movies. I'm looking to find something new (for me) that I haven't seen.

    I like both kids' and adults' movies, but I don't want something that's aimed at a preschooler (Dora's Christmas, for example). I like cartoons, claymation, old black & white films, new movies in color, etc. I haven't seen a lot of Lifetime Christmas movies so maybe you know of some I haven't seen. I can't list all that I HAVE seen because that would take too long for anyone to read. Thank you very much for the help!
    Thanks but I don't like horror movies. I should have specified.

    • ANSWER:
      Olive the Other Reindeer is a really good christmas movie, its a cartoon/comedy and is actually quite funny and I really like it!
      I'm sure you've already seen it but It's a Wonderful Life is a definite Chrismas movie you must watch!
      But if I were you I'd check out Olive the Other Reindeer its really funny and is a different Chrismas Movie!

  42. QUESTION:
    What are some movies with characters with disabilities?
    What's eating Gilbert Grape?
    Rain Man

    Can you list some others?

    • ANSWER:
      Rear Window (newer version of a Hitchcock film...stars Christopher Reeves)

      Mr. Holland's Opus (dynamics between a music teacher dad and his hearing impaired son)

      The Miracle Worker (based on Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan's relationship)

      Wild Hearts Can't be Broken (young lady becomes vision impaired on the "job" site...successfully returns--inspirationalish)

      Miracle Run (two autistic-savant brothers)

      Forrest Gump

      Butterflies are Free (based on a play...visually impaired)

      The Village (blindness--M. Night Shyamalan film)

      The Elephant Man

      I am Sam (mental retardation--might make you cry)

      Of Mice and Men (mental retardation--based on Steinbeck's novel)

      The Brooke Ellison Story (quadriplegia--Lifetime Movie)

      Miracle In Lane 2 (Disney channel movie...spina bifida, I think)

      Valkyrie (war related disabilities)

      A Beautiful Mind (schiziphrenia...great movie)

      My Sister's Keeper (mental disability...schiziphrenia, maybe)

      Good luck!

  43. QUESTION:
    WHAT ARE SUM GOOD LIFETIME MOVIES TO WATCH?
    I need a list of good lifetime movies to watch while im drinking my tea...

    • ANSWER:

  44. QUESTION:
    What is the name of the song in the Pregnancy Project? The lifetime movie?
    i have been looking for this song all over! i searched for it and i haven't found its not at the very beginning and its not at the end either! so if you know where i can find a list of the songs please let me know! and ill look to see if any of those are it! or any song you think it might be cause it was in the movie please let me know! i want it! i remember it saying something like this: "i, i, want to ask you something... i want to ask you why... or something like that and a girl sang it but i have no idea! lol. thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Probably this song:

  45. QUESTION:
    What are some really good life time movies dealing with teenagers?
    I just love life time movies
    Ive already seen these
    Srudent seduction
    The fab 5
    I cant remember the rest
    But do you have some good ones

    • ANSWER:
      Here are some of the ones listed on their site:

      1. Augusta Gone
      2. The Pregnancy Pact
      3. Accused at 17
      4. Fifteen and Pregnant
      5. Selling Innocence
      6. Odd Girl Out
      7. To Be Fat Like Me
      8. For Keeps
      9. Gossip
      10. Hunger Point
      11. Mom at Sixteen
      12. The Boy She Met Online
      13. Plain Truth
      14. Reviving Ophelia
      15. When Innocence is Lost
      16. Cyber Seduction

      Here is a list of every Lifetime movie ever made and it tells when they will be on:

      http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/movies-a-to-z?genre=7&page=1

      Hope this helps!

  46. QUESTION:
    How many movies might you have watched in your lifetime?
    I don't expect you to have the exact figure, but take a stab at it just for fun.
    My count is at 593 ( no joke. I made a list) and I've only been on this planet for a decade and a half.

    • ANSWER:
      4000

  47. QUESTION:
    Can anyone give me suggestions on what book to choose for English project?
    My teacher gave us a 3 days to choose for a list of 50+ books and I have narrowed it down to 5. The center of everything by Laura moriarty , Nineteen minutes Jodi piccoult , she's come undone by lamb Wally , meridian by Alice walker and fall on your knees by Annie Marie McDonald. If you have read any of these books I would appreciate if you could give me someone information and opinions of them. Also. I love drama so I'm more like into lifetime movies.

    thank you for any help you could or couldn't provide (:

    • ANSWER:
      Nineteen Minuets is a really good drama. You really get hooked and really opens your eyes to the dark side of bullying.

  48. QUESTION:
    What is your top film where a family is seperated?
    A family is broken up due to a tough circumstance/ war something along those lines. What film captures the heartbreak and turmoil the best for this situation? Does the family reunite in the end?

    2- Where does this film rank in your all time film list?

    • ANSWER:
      The Patriot- Mel Gibson (2000)

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Patriot_%282000_film%29

      this is one of my favorite films it is an awesome movie it made me cry so many times. but still one of my all time favorites. should watch im sure you will like it.

      Gracie"s choice - kristen bell (2004)

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gracie%27s_Choice

      i watched this movie that premiered on lifetime its definitely worth watching.

      Step Mom- Julia Roberts (1998)

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stepmom_%28film%29

      awesome film enough said

      i hope this helps :)

  49. QUESTION:
    What are the newest (2011) lifetime movie network movies?
    a list of them from this year please.
    AND when is the next new one going to air? Any anytime soon? :) thanks

    • ANSWER:
      2011
      1.Perfectly Prudence (January 8, 2011)
      2.Backyard Wedding (January 22, 2011)
      3.Goodnight for Justice (January 29, 2011)
      4.A Valentine's Date (February 4, 2011)
      5.Smooch (February 5, 2011)
      6.Accidentally in Love (February 12, 2011)
      7.Time after Time (March 19, 2011)
      8.The Shunning (April 16, 2011)
      9.Three Weeks, Three Kids (May 7, 2011)
      10.The Edge of the Garden (May 14, 2011)
      11.A Crush on You (June 11, 2011)
      12.Rock the House (June 18, 2011)
      13.Keeping Up with The Randalls (July 9, 2011)
      14.The Cabin (July 30, 2011)
      15.Honeymoon for One (June 13, 2011)
      16.William & Kate: A Royal Love Story (August 27, 2011)
      17.Love Begins (September 17, 2011)
      18.Love's Everlasting Courage (October 1, 2011)
      19.Finding a Family (October 15, 2011)
      20.Oliver's Ghost (October 22, 2011)
      21.The Good Witch's Family (October 29, 2011)
      22.Fixing Pete (Unknown, 2011)
      23.The Wildss (short film) (Unknown, 2011)

      The dates in quotations are the first air dates so from August 27-October 29 will be the new movies premiering. P.S. I love Hallmark movies too!

  50. QUESTION:
    Need help locating title of a Lifetime Movie?
    I am looking for a lifetime movie (I think) about a ballet teacher who suffers from major depression. I think it is from late 90s to early 2000s. I am not talking about Dying to Dance or Sharing the Secret. It title I think is similar to "dancing in the dark" or "dancing in darkness" I dont know. Ive been looking for this movie for about 10 years and cant remember the title

    thanks

    • ANSWER:
      There is a list of lifetime movies with descriptions at the link below. I LOVE lifetime movies, but this one doesn't sound familiar, plus I've been out of country for almost 3 years now.


lifetime movies list

Lifetime Movies List Wikipedia

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    What are some good films about lesbian relationships?
    I'm looking specifically for a film about teens. Something that has an Lifetime Movie Network feel to it. If it's not about teens, any good film that you can really relate to. I would prefer a happy film.
    Wow all your answers were great thanks so much!

    • ANSWER:
      Desert Hearts
      This is one of the first lesbian movies released to mainstream audiences. Set in Reno in the 1950s, a beautiful casino worker falls in love with an older professor
      2. But I'm A Cheerleader
      But I'm A Cheerleader has to be the funniest lesbian love story of all time. Natasha Lyonne and Clea Duvall star with Ru Paul (not in drag) as two young women who meet at a homosexual rehabilitation camp
      3. Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls in Love
      A sweet story of two high school girls from opposite sides of the tracks who fall in love. Randy works at the gas station and lives with her lesbian aunt and her lover. Evie drives a Range Rover and is one of the most popular girls in school. When they fall in love, all hell breaks loose.
      4. Bound
      Gina Gershon and Jennifer Tilly fool the mob and fall in love. One of the sexiest lesbian films ever!
      5. Better Than Chocolate
      Political, sexy, funny and a great sound track. This movie has it all. Maggie's mom shows up unexpectantly right as she's about to make her move on a new love interest. Maybe this would be a good time to come out?
      6. Kissing Jessica Stein
      Sick of dating guys, Jessica answers a woman-seeking-woman ad. She meets sexy Helen, who is also bi-curious. They hit it off. Now if they can only overcome Jessica's neurotic nervousness about being with a woman.
      7. Go Fish
      The girl is out there. When Max meets nerdy Ely, it's hardly love-at-first-sight. But maybe first impressions aren't everything! A low-budget movie made by women, Go Fish offers a peek into the lives of a group of women looking for love and community.
      8. I've Heard the Mermaids Singing
      Released in 1987 to rave reviews, this film introduces quirky Polly as a Girl Friday whose life is changed when she gets a job at an art museum and is intrigued by the curator.
      9. If These Walls Could Talk 2
      Originally an HBO special, If These Walls Could Talk 2 is one of the best representations of lesbians in movies thus far. Staring Sharon Stone, Ellen DeGeneres, Chloe Sevigny and Vanessa Redgrave ITWCT2 offers a glimpse into the lives of lesbians in the 60s, 70s and 2000.
      10. D.E.B.S.
      D.E.B.S., Crime Fighting Hotties with Killer Bodies
      Amen. Can you imagine if the FBI or CIA was described in this way? How many people would join? Or feign needing help? It's every girl's fantasy. Save me! Save me!

      For a full list, go to this page:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_lesbian,_gay,_bisexual,_or_transgender-related_films_by_storyline

  2. QUESTION:
    What is your top film where a family is seperated?
    A family is broken up due to a tough circumstance/ war something along those lines. What film captures the heartbreak and turmoil the best for this situation? Does the family reunite in the end?

    2- Where does this film rank in your all time film list?

    • ANSWER:
      The Patriot- Mel Gibson (2000)

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Patriot_%282000_film%29

      this is one of my favorite films it is an awesome movie it made me cry so many times. but still one of my all time favorites. should watch im sure you will like it.

      Gracie"s choice - kristen bell (2004)

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gracie%27s_Choice

      i watched this movie that premiered on lifetime its definitely worth watching.

      Step Mom- Julia Roberts (1998)

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stepmom_%28film%29

      awesome film enough said

      i hope this helps :)

  3. QUESTION:
    What are some good ongoing Anime to watch in 2010?
    I already watch some anime such as Naruto, Bleach, Full Metal. My friend told me about fairy tail so i started watching it and it's pretty coo(the manga but the show not so good but I'll watch it to see the fights), please don't include One Piece because i tried watching it but couldn't get into it. Can you people have a list so i can see which ones i would like?

    • ANSWER:
      Depends how old you are. I've watched over 100 shows during my lifetime, but most of them aren't good for the younglings. actually, i could count on my hand how many of those shows i would recommend a kid watch.

      Here's a short list of my favorites, google them or use wikipedia to research them if you need too, because i won't bother explaining them.

      Claymore
      Hellsing Ultimate
      Fist of the North Star (oldschool)
      Ergo Proxy
      Elfen Lied
      Samurai X (movie and OVA's)
      Rurouni Kenshin
      .hack//Roots (.hack in general)
      Blood +
      Trinity Blood
      Mushi-shi
      Negima?!
      Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicles
      Code Geass
      Monster
      Neon Genesis Evangelion
      Black Cat
      Pumkin Scissors
      Gantz
      Ghost in the shell
      Berserk
      Trigun
      Desert Punk
      Air Gear
      Aquarion
      Heroic Age
      Gundam (sooo much gundam)
      DBZ (classic)
      ...hmmm starting to have to think a little bit...
      Basilisk
      Any of the Miyazaki films, good stuff.
      Final Fantasy Unlimited
      Mar
      Blue Gender
      Initial D
      Street Fighter
      Eureka 7
      D-Grayman

      ...so, yeah. The list goes on and on. I would keep listing anime if i really wanted to, but i don't, lol.
      like i said, most of those aren't for young teens, either because of violence, some sexual content, or nudity, or a mix of them. But i can guarantee that if you're any anime fan, especially an action anime fan, you'll get into most of those shows really easily. they're all pretty short, about 26 to 50 episodes on average, excluding DBZ and Gundam. Again, Google or Wikipedia will give you all the information on alot of those shows. Hope this helps you find something you like.

  4. QUESTION:
    Do You Know Anyone Who Knows About The Magdalene Laundries?
    If You know anything about the Magdalene Laundries Please tell me. Stories, websites (except wikipedia i have already seen it), books, youtube, myspace, facebook, movies pictures,descriptions. Any information at all. I am extremeley interested in what happened inside these places. If you dont have anything useful such as information or any of the above than please do not answer this question i seriously need this information, it just wastes my time to read posts like 'why would you want to know' or crude things i have gotten before such as ' f*** you, i am drunk, got to go pee' these are really not neccessary.

    • ANSWER:
      Ireland has suffered a great many tragedies in her long history. There are those we hear of every day — the "Troubles," the great Famine — Irish sorrows and issues we are all familiar with. But hidden beneath the surface, lies a tragedy just as great, just as terrible and just as unimaginable. And it is only just beginning to break through to the light of truth.

      It is the story of thousands of Ireland's women...judged "sinners" by the cruel Church-driven society of the 1800's through present day. Their crime? Bearing children out of wedlock...leaving abusive husbands or home situations. The punishment? A lifetime of "penitence" spent in the service of the Sisters of Charity, Mercy, Good Shepherd or other orders, performing domestic chores...harsh, thankless chores such as laundering prison uniforms, cooking, cleaning and caring for elderly nuns or their aging peers, still trapped behind the walls of Ireland's numerous convent laundries, industrial schools and the like.

      They are "The Magdalenes," ironically called after Mary the Magdalene, who served her Jesus loyally and was rewarded with his forgiveness and love. No such rewards exist for these "penitents." They were told to forever hide their shame inside these walls, work under harsh, spartan conditions, driven unmercifully by the sisters and often abused by them as well. It is a story Ireland has every right to be ashamed of, which is perhaps why it has only come to light recently.

      There is much more so I will list various web sites for you to read.

      gatita_63109

  5. QUESTION:
    Who does Beyonce play in Cadillac Records?
    I'm a big fan of the movie and I really enjoy the songs Beyonce sings. I'd like to look up the orginal singer's music but I don't know who she is. Any ideas?

    • ANSWER:
      Her name is Etta James.

      I absolutely love that movie, personally i think it was her best film up to date!

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etta_James

      This song, Once in a Lifetime, from Cadillac Records Beyonce sang and i love it so much:

      But yes, if you go to Wiki it will explain who she is, and also if it tells album names you can type them on Wiki to seek what the song lists are and then listen to them but Wiki gives some backround.

  6. QUESTION:
    Why do US citizens pay the income tax, which is un-Constitutional?
    Yahoo search: "From Freedom to Fascism" and watch the documentary. I think it's time the citizens educate themselves and fight the power the IRS shouldn't have.

    And don't tell me the 16th Amendment made it legal, because the Supreme Court says otherwise.

    • ANSWER:
      The arguments used by tax protesters, like Aaron Russo, the guy behind "From Freedom to Fascism", are illogical and totally without basis. For a thorough listing of the arguments commonly employed by folks like Mr. Russo and their refutations see:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tax_protester_arguments

      In particular, the film makes the argument that the 16th Amendment (which authorized the federal income tax) was never properly ratified. Multiple courts have considered the argument and all have rightly rejected it. See, for instance [1].

      In short, the income tax is perfectly legal and arguments to the contrary are all baseless, at best. I am not at all sympathetic to people like Messrs. Russo and Schiff, whether or not they found two Congressmen who agreed with them on some points. Not knowing what those members said, or even who they are, I would just point out that Michael Moore likewise interviews two Representatives for Fahrenheit 9/11. Their views, like those of anyone else, are only valuable so far as they comport with reality.

      Speaking of the movie's Irwin Schiff, who is now serving his third prison sentence, he filed motions in court claiming insanity, a fact omitted by the movie. Through his lawyer, he argued that his

      "consistent and repeated insistence on the lawfulness of his actions and the unlawfulness of the actions of the Internal Revenue Service, the Department of Justice and the various courts in his cases appears to epitomize a rigid belief system as part of a mixed type delusional disorder involving both grandiosity and persecution."

      His motion then quotes a psychiatrist who treated him:

      "In my professional opinion I felt that the patient did not pay taxes because he was convinced that the law does not require him to do so. I think this is a delusional disorder. He has this thing for a long time but no medication seem to make him believe otherwise. The patient is presently being treated for bipolar depression."

      That motion, which is very entertaining to read, is available online [2]. The colloquy between Judge Dorsey and Mr. Schiff on pages 17-21 of the motion is both funny and sad. For more information on Mr. Schiff, see: http://irwinschiffbs.blogspot.com/

      In addition to leaving out information on the protagonist's mental condition, the film misrepresents numerous other facts and presents a number of quotes out of context, at one point quoting a judge who ruled against the position that Russo implies he supported. For a sampling see the New York Times article " Facts Refute Filmmaker's Assertions on Income Tax in 'America' " [3].

      In general, I think that Jonah Goldberg, contributor to and Editor-at-Large of National Review Online, put it well when he wrote:

      I've gotten a lot of traction out of my seemingly banal observation that it is highly improbable that the United States will ever become a Nazi-like or otherwise totalitarian nation. For some reason, this is the sort of obvious statement which strikes lots of folks as shocking or controversial, even though it's only slightly less of a "Well, duh" assertion than saying, "The oceans will not turn into diet Mr. Pibb in our lifetimes."

      Lastly, the Supreme Court has in no way ruled the 16th Amendment unconstitutional, which is why you don't quote the passage in question or cite the decision in which it appears. But since almost every United States Court of Appeals has made a blanket statement repudiating tax protester arguments, it's easy for me to do so. Check out United States v. Buckner, 830 F.2d 102 (7th Cir. 1987):

      "For the record, we note that the following beliefs, which are stock arguments of the tax protester movement, have not been, nor ever will be, considered 'objectively reasonable' in this circuit:
      "(1) the belief that the Sixteenth Amendment to the Constitution was improperly ratified and therefore never came into being;
      "(2) the belief that the Sixteenth Amendment is unconstitutional generally;
      "(3) the belief that the income tax violates the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment;
      "(4) the belief that the tax laws are unconstitutional;
      "(5) the belief that wages are not income and therefore are not subject to federal income tax laws;
      "(6) the belief that filing a tax return violates the privilege against self-incrimination; and
      "(7) the belief that Federal Reserve Notes do not constitute cash or income."

      Of course, you'll probably give this answer a thumbs down, most likely without even considering its arguments. You will probably do so without reading this beyond the distance needed to determine that I, like 99% of the population, don't accept your arguments. Have fun quaffing the Kool Aid with your tin foil hat!

  7. QUESTION:
    References to Illiad and the oddessy in literature?
    I need 3.

    • ANSWER:
      Give a man a fish -- he eats for a day, teach him to fish...he eats for a lifetime!

      First go to Yahoo and enter Iliad

      Now find the top of the list : Iliad - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia and go there.

      Look at the Contents box on the let side and read down to #6:

      6 Influence on the arts and literature
      6.1 20th century
      6.2 Contemporary popular culture

      Read that and you will have your answer!

      William Shakespeare used the plot of the Iliad as source material for his play Troilus and Cressida, but focused on a medieval legend, the love story of Troilus, son of King Priam of Troy, and Cressida, daughter of the Trojan soothsayer Calchas. The play, often considered to be a comedy, reverses traditional views on events of the Trojan War and depicts Achilles as a coward, Ajax as a dull, unthinking mercenary, etc.

      Robert Browning's poem Development discusses his childhood introduction to the matter of the Iliad and his delight in the epic, as well as contemporary debates about its authorship.

      [edit] 20th century

      Simone Weil wrote the essay "The Iliad or the Poem of Force" in 1939 shortly after the commencement of World War II. It has been claimed that the essay describes how the Iliad demonstrates the way force, exercised to the extreme in war, reduces both victim and aggressor to the level of the slave and the unthinking automaton.[46]

      The 1954 Broadway musical The Golden Apple by librettist John Treville Latouche and composer Jerome Moross was freely adapted from the Iliad and the Odyssey, re-setting the action to America's Washington state in the years after the Spanish-American War, with events inspired by the Iliad in Act One and events inspired by the Odyssey in Act Two.

      Christa Wolf's 1983 novel Kassandra is a critical engagement with the Iliad. Wolf's narrator is Cassandra, whose thoughts we hear at the moment just before her murder by Clytemnestra in Sparta. Wolf's narrator presents a feminist's view of the war, and of war in general. Cassandra's story is accompanied by four essays which Wolf delivered as the Frankfurter Poetik-Vorlesungen. The essays present Wolf's concerns as a writer and rewriter of this canonical story and show the genesis of the novel through Wolf's own readings and in a trip she took to Greece.

      [edit] Contemporary popular culture

      An epic science fiction adaptation/tribute by acclaimed author Dan Simmons titled Ilium was released in 2003. The novel received a Locus Award for best science fiction novel of 2003.

      Yokanaan Kearns wrote a stage version of The Iliad titled "Dis/Troy." The one-hour adaptation aimed at adolescents, in which four actors play all the major characters, was workshopped and read to the public at the Kennedy Center 2002 New Visions/New Voices Festival, premiered in 2003 at Honolulu Theatre for Youth, and published by Playscripts Inc.

      A loose film adaptation of the Iliad, Troy, was released in 2004. Though the film received mixed reviews, it was a commercial success, particularly in international sales. It grossed 3 million in the United States and 7 million worldwide, placing it in the 70th top-grossing movies of all time.[47]

      Intertextuality was utilized by Craig Janacek in his 2011 novel The Anger of Achilles Peterson, where the story of the Iliad is relived by professional basketball players in 1927 Albany and Troy, New York

      Do the same with The Odyssey

      Go luck and happy researching!

  8. QUESTION:
    In the movie, The 6th sense, what is the name of the pyscology excersise Bruice willis gets cole to do?
    In the film, bruice willis asks cole if hes done this pyscology test thing
    i cant remember wht its called
    but it involves scribbling on a piece of paper until u unsubconsiously start writing words
    what is the name of this?

    • ANSWER:
      "Free association" is the term Dr. Malcolm Crowe (Bruce Willis) uses. I think it falls under the broad heading of "applied cognitive psychological testing". It's been found that doodling or scribbling actually helps a person concentrate and can make facts easier to recall, whether keywords are written down on the same paper or not. More often, the recalled thoughts are simply verbalized by word association triggers. Bruce Willis' character was attempting to have Cole recall any traumatic events in his short lifetime.
      EDIT:
      You can read more on this website (scroll down to Psychology): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Word_Association
      But this paragraph probably sums it up best:
      A typical association is such: if I say "cat", you might say "dog". This indicates that you associate dog with cat, a common association. A common "association test" would be list of trigger words that the person being tested would respond to as quickly as possible. Often these responses were timed, and it became obvious that certain words could cause a considerable delay in the individual's response. Sir Francis was unable to find a direct link between intelligence and word association, however Carl Jung became curious about the time delay that occurred in responding to certain words. Jung theorized that the delay between stimulus and response indicated some sort of block in self expression. One type of block might be that too many possible answers rush to the surface and create a sort-of expression log-jam, and that one is unable to answer until one sorts out all the possible answers. Another possibility is that the individual feels “uncomfortable” with the response, or that the response is “inappropriate”, thus they resist expressing the answer. This resistance to answer is part of the phenomena that Freud described as repression.

  9. QUESTION:
    How do you compare SUNSET BOULEVARD (1950) to THE GRADUATE (1967)? Did these movies reflect the times?
    How do you compare director Billy Wilder's SUNSET BOULEVARD (1950) to director Mike Nicolls' THE GRADUATE (1967)? Any similarities and differences? Did these movies reflect the times?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunset_Boulevard_(1950_film)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Graduate

    Any opinions on both films?

    • ANSWER:
      Similarity: The female lead in each film is attempting to seduce the male lead. Mrs Robinson abuses her seductive prowess for sex and control, and she succeeds. But Norma is seducing for love and companionship...and she fails. Mrs Robinson knows she's got appeal, but Norma wants to believe she's still as vibrant as she was in her heyday.

      Differences: There are too many to list.

      Opinions: The Graduate is reflective of the morals the industry succeeded in promoting during the years of free love and relationships without commitment. It's entertaining, and it's funny, but it's a shallow storyline that was probably produced more for its ability to make a [counter]cultural statement than anything else.

      Many of us will come to face our own dark reality during our lifetimes, and Sunset Blvd shows us the struggle of a has-been actress that can't quite come to grips with her reality. In her mind, she's still a star. She wants to be loved by all, including a man that would seem to have no use for her but whom does display some compassion toward her during her struggle. The dark character of the film is further punctuated by the casting of a genuine has-been silent film star, Gloria Swanson, portraying the same. She deserves applause for not being too proud to accept the role and for doing an exceptional job at it.

  10. QUESTION:
    Lifetime Movie Network Channel?
    I have Bell ExpressVu satellite. What channel is the Lifetime Movie Channel on?

    • ANSWER:
      I've scanned over this list of channels for you three times and I don't see the LIFE or LMN (Lifetime Movie Network) channel: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Bell_TV_channels
      Bell TV, formerly known as Bell ExpressVu, Dish Network Canada and ExpressVu Dish Network, is the division of Bell Canada Enterprises that provides satellite television service across Canada.

  11. QUESTION:
    What old movie is this?
    Not sure if it was ever in the theater...more of a Lifetime type movie. I saw it about 10 or 15 years ago or more. There's this girl who is an artist. (Looks like Leah Remini or Moira Kelly, but I don't think it's actually either of them because I've already checked their lists of movies.) She somehow goes to live with this old woman so that she can paint a big mural for her. The girl finds a hidden room in the house and finds out she looks like the old lady's dead daughter. Thanks for your help!

    • ANSWER:
      Trick of the Eye (1994 TV movie)
      starring Ellen Burstyn, Meg Tilly, Barnard Hughes
      IMDb review:
      A struggling young artist is caught up in a heavenly opportunity when she's asked to paint the grand ballroom of an upper class Long Islander. The older woman, Mrs. Griffin, seems to have a strange fascination with the painter, and the "vision" created on the ballroom walls, which leads Faith to the mysterious death of the woman's daughter, Cassandra. As she unfolds truth from deception, she lies on the brink of a horrifying discovery.
      TRIVIA:
      The type of painting that she does is called "trompe l'oeil", French for "trick of the eye".

      From Wikipedia:
      "It is an art technique involving extremely realistic imagery in order to create the optical illusion that the depicted objects appear in three dimensions, instead of actually being a two-dimensional painting."

      Yes, I've watched this a number of times, especially because it's fascinating seeing a complex painting taking shape.

  12. QUESTION:
    Should I pick up and move to California? Looking for objective viewpoint!?
    Background: I have a 15 year-old daughter adopted as an infant from China who is a good student. She is focused on her college choices and she wants to attend college in California. We have lived in a suburb of New Orleans almost her entire life, since she was 3. The problem is that she's in a fishbowl here. Our roots to this area are greatly diminished now (most family now deceased) and we find ourselves with an opportunity to move this summer, if we so desire. She very much desires to be in a more progressive, metropolitan area and I really don't blame her. I feel like I owe her that -- to live in a part of the United States where she has more options than she would have here as a young college student, then adult. The other students at her high school leave a lot to be desired, without going into detail. We have visited California many times and our favorite area is around the San Francisco area, though we're open to other areas as well. It's funny, I never thought I would like the San Francisco area because it was similar to the New Orleans area but I love that area of California. We could always continue to visit and keep our home base here but she really wants to graduate from a high school in California and continue her college education there, which I can't blame her--that's what she wants. I tried getting her interested in the East Coast based upon my familiarity with the area, but she didn't like it much. I should be able to find a relevant job in the area (I am a DBA) but I most worry about housing and moving our pets. It's such a big move and I'm not that terribly far away from retirement age. I would appreciate any objective viewpoint and/or ideas.

    • ANSWER:
      Good morning MonaLisa,

      I hope you are having a great morning. It is very hard for me to give you an objective viewpoint because I live in California. I have strong feeling about California and especially San Francisco.

      Your writing gives many reasons why you and your daughter are feed-up with the area you live in, and I agree it is time to move on. I think your daughter will become more rounded as a person because she will be living in a land of extremes.

      I see no reason why you should be worrying about your pets. They will adjust and be fine.

      As for you and your daughter, a move to San Francisco and California compared to New Orleans would be like you and night. The tempo and people on the West Coast are more upbeat, especially for a young person. The move would also jump start both of you. I also believe New Orleans is living on borrowed time, within the daughter’s lifetime.

      The colleges and universities in California are the best in the world. The beauty of the West Coast cannot be compared. There are unlimited adventures and new places to visit. It would take a live time to see it all.

      Do you know California grows 80% of all the vegetables, fruits, and flowers in the United States? When driving in the suburbs, the smells from all the flowers, fruits, and vegetables is unbelievable. The movies and television do not show this part of California.

      http://localfoods.about.com/od/searchbyregion/a/CAFruitsVeggies.htm

      Keep in mind MonaLisa the list or websites are all within driving distance from San Francisco.

      California has thousands of acres of raw land and some of the tallest mountains which include many national parks which grew the largest redwood trees in the world. Have you ever seen the largest tree in the world?

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sierra_Nevada_(U.S.)

      http://images.search.yahoo.com/search/images?_adv_prop=image&fr=yfp-t-701-s&va=sierra+nevada+mountains+california

      A drive along US Highway One (1) will help you adjust. Big Sur is home to the 6,000 square miles Monterey Bay National Marine Sancturary. This sancturary is home to the most diverse marine ecosystem in the WORLD. The sancturary also supports Giant California Condors, whales, sea Otters, seals, butterflies, and thousands of plant life for twenty (20) miles inland.

      “It is here in Big Sur that I learned how to say AMEN.” ~Henry Miller~

      http://bigsurcalifornia.org/

      A drive to Monterey’s Fishermen Wharf, will give you a good feel for the old days in the West and John Steinbeck’s country. You can feel the favor from the website below.

      http://www.montereywharf.com/

      Where else can you find a huge manmade structure that lights up at night, gets partially covered up some nights, some nights disappears all together, has beautiful sunsets, rich in history, rich in LOVE STORIES, rich in memories, and combines nature’s beauty, the sea?

      At some point in time you and your daughter will have to sit afar atop and watch fog make the sunset and San Francisco‘s Golden Gate Bridge disappear. San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most beautiful manmade places in the world. If you do have an opportunity to move, this should be your new home.

      http://www.terragalleria.com/california/california.sf-golden-gate-bridge.html

      MonaLisa, let me be the first to welcome you to California. Make sure you fly into San Francisco at night.

      You and your family have a beautiful day. Peace, from Los Angeles.

  13. QUESTION:
    teach me how to be a computer geek or computer expert!?
    I'm so last season...I don't know how to use the softwares & such!

    • ANSWER:
      Application specific guides and tutorials will not teach you to be an all round computer expert. If you wish to dedicate yourself to becoming a geek, an expert, a power user or whatever else you would call it, an intimate understanding of the machine and its mysteries is required. To accomplish this you will need to master the abstract as well as spend enough time with a broad range of specific subjects to learn what they are capable of.

      The first thing that you want to do is to plot out your resources. Where do you go when you want to find out how something works? There are many different options here, but you will come to find that the best resources for starting off are in print. How do you know what different programs do if you don’t have them? The best solution to these problems is through the downloading of warez. Browse through google and previously answered questions on Yahoo to find out how to download programs / books / etc.

      Learn to appreciate the short comings of computers and learn to work with them. Know your operating system and tinker with it, don’t be afraid to mess things up. If you get more and more into modifying your operating system, I would recommend an open source operating system. Be prepared to lose data, you must go through the worst to get to the best of times. Learn to back up your data. Learn how the hardware in your computer works; a good place to start is to read course material for the A+ certification, (a common certification for I.T. www.comptia.org) you can find this material through the methods illustrated in the previous paragraph. Learn how the software in your computer works (I don’t mean how to operate it). This is harder to answer and also ties in with hardware. You can find information about software through programming and discrete math. Computer science is an important topic, but it is more complex and should be covered later on.

      After you become familiar with what you are working with you can become more specific with what you are doing. Make your own website, learn HTML and CSS, but don’t make a special point in memorizing everything about it. Learn how to set up a server with Apache or IIS and host a website off of your computer for your friends. Learn how to setup an FTP server to share files. Learn to use server side scripting. Learn about databases and database management. Learn about networking and its associated protocols and hardware. Learn what malware does and how to remove it (you know that .exe that you got in an email? Have you ever tried running it?). Learn to program. (LISP and C# are good starting languages.) If you are not enjoying programming, move on, however, you should learn the basics before doing so. Learn Linux and bash, learn to compile an operating system. Learn to use text only programs. Learn to use outdated computers. Learn to build and upgrade computers. Learn about how to use encryption, firewalls and other forms of security. Make graphics with Photoshop, make 3d models with 3dmax. Learn to edit movies. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list, I will cover how to find more to learn in the next paragraph.

      Computers are very complex and as such one of the hardest things to know is what you don’t know. My list of basic skills for any computer geek is quite accomplishable, yet each one of those subjects could demand a lifetime of dedication. One of the easiest ways to find of new things to study is to READ, browsing Wikipedia can be quite productive when searching for the unknown. Another way is to SHARE, join a forum or any community, hang out on the IRC networks and listen to what others have to say, tell them what you are doing and what you are trying to accomplish. Try researching questions that are asked on yahoo and answering them. Help your friends; make friends in real life that are into computers. Try to fix broken systems. The internet is the ultimate source of information for computer related studies.

      Being a computer geek isn’t a lifestyle as some geeks like to think it is it’s merely a title associated with a hobby. Best of luck to you and your studies, if you have any problems or questions about my answer please feel free to email me.

  14. QUESTION:
    why isent antonio salleri as popular as mozart?
    sorry i am not good with music history, was it that antonio didnt live as a "genius" like mozart? or was it plainly that his music was not as good? and didnt salleri tutor beethoven? so why is beethoven said to be influnced by mozart? sorry for spelling errors

    • ANSWER:
      Salieri had his day. During their lifetimes, many people preferred Salieri's music over that of Mozart. Also he wasn't quite the miserable, unloved wretch as he is portrayed in the movie "Amadeus". As you found out, many other musicians respected him and sought his tutelage and advice. He was married and had a family (not a self-imposed celibate).

      http://www.mozartforum.com/Contemporary%20Pages/Anontio_Salieri_Contemp.htm

      On the other hand, because of the play, and later the movie, people's interest in Salieri's works did peak again, and was even added to the playlist of many orchestras and at least La Scala performed one of his operas as recently as
      2006.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Scala

      But--they've never stopped playing Mozart. I have no doubt that as long as there are human beings who love music, they'll be playing Mozart a thousand years from now.
      Why? Because he's just THAT good (as the others on the forum have already explained).

      Then why was Salieri so much preferred by many in his time? The same reason Andrea Bocelli is probably known and loved more by many people than much, much
      better tenors that are listed here:

      http://famoustenorvoices.blogspot.com/

      Why do people who want to learn to sing refuse to take singing lessons? Answer: they don't want to sound like "opera singers". In other words, they would be horrified to sound like someone like Rene Fleming--they'd rather sound like Rhianna (who we don't really know what she sounds like because she's always autotuned).

      Good music is also challenging music. There is the oft repeated tale (even outside the film) of Emperor Josef complaining to Mozart that the music had "too many notes" for his ear to hear and comprehend.

  15. QUESTION:
    Am I the first man in the world who's decided to introduce the "real" Iran to the world? Am I a pioneer?
    I believe that if you spend 10 minutes reading this essay, you will be better informed than if you listen to a lifetime's worth of Major Media news. This article has two parts:
    1. Cultural and general info
    2. Political info.
    Note: I've explained everything.Any answers before reading the whole thing will prove to be wrong.Specially the political part.I've provided evidence for whatever I say.It's just the way it is.
    ****
    Part 1: Cultural and general info
    Hi. I'm a 19 year old Iranian who has spent his life in Iran.I study English.When I chat with people from other countries, I am shocked to see how totally wrong their ideas are about Iran. I wrote this article in an attempt to help correct those ideas.Fisrt some interesting things:
    A few months ago Iran uncovered the most effective anti-H.I.V medicine. I searched for news of that on the internet, but there was no single sign of it.Now, I found it among the English news: "The medicine is produced from herbs using nano technology" The link to read about it is:

    http://www.payvand.com/news/07/feb/1032.html

    The Media are unjust. They never talk about facts!
    Some interesting facts:
    Iran is a pioneer in medicine and genetics, and Iranian surgeons have found lots of new methods for treating spinal defects, and many diseases (mainly the treatment for different types of cancer) and the best brain and heart surgeons are Iranian.The pioneer in heart transplants and artificiall hearts, "artificial vessels" using nano-technology (Reported a few days ago) and so on and so! (I've put two websites below) The head of the Mars Mission in NASA is Iranian. One of the best designers of sports cars working in Germany is Iranian. Some of the best 3D animators are Iranian. Iran is one of the best countries in counter-engineering. Holds the second place in building dams and in loads of other things! It's one of the top countries in bio-technology and nano-technology. The 4th highest tower in the world (Milad tower) is in Tehran (visit it at this link from wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Milad.jpg )
    51 of the top 100 universities in the Mid-East are in Iran, and they're among the top universities of the world as well. The champion weight-lifter, a woman the nobel peace prize are Iranian. The 6th top movie director in the world is Iranian.(Abbas Kiarostami) http://arts.guardian.co.uk/fridayreview/story/0,12102,1084266,00.html
    These are just small samples.If the media told you about Iran's achievemens everyday and didn't hide them, your news would be full of Iranian news!Iranian girls are famous for being terrific. We have Persian rugs and Persian literature, many Persian poets, artists and scientists that are world famous. Iranian culture is now westernized and only a little of the ancient culture has survived. According to statistics Tehran is the cheapest capital city in the world (one Dollar =about 950 Tomans) There are many other things. How many pages would you need to describe a country? Iran has nearly all the industries and technologies found in 'developed' countries. Oh, and we have four seasons! We get a lot of snow and there are skating rinks! lol The list is endless.

    I'm gonna introduce Iran's international news website to you (Press TV) which was established recently. It's fully in English. In the "Sic / Tech" section you'll always see Iran's discoveries. The address is:

    http://www.presstv.ir/news.aspx

    Press TV news: Iranian scientists have registered more than 4800 inventions during the last Iranian calendar year of 1385 (April 21 2006-April 20, 2007). 4800 inventions in just one year!
    The list of highly-respected Iranian scientists and engineers in the world:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Iranian_scientists_and_engineers#T

    The list of notable Iranian figures and pioneers:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contemporary_Medicine_in_Iran

    An extract: Iranian medical community is a significant part of medical community in US and Europe
    Enough evidence?

    Some people think Iran is a desert! Well, it is, if you consider California a desert. We share the same latitude. Iran is a modern country with breathtakingly beautiful nature and lots of historic places to visit. Please take a look at the following links to see if Iran looks like what you think or not! This is a photo of Tehran (Awesome, Isn't it?):

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/79/Tehran-2-1600.jpg

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tehran

    If you like you can visit these too, hundreds of pretty photos from the cities, nature and historic places:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Hills_south_west_of_Sanandaj_near_the_village_of_Kilaneh.jpg

    http://www.pbase.com/k_amj/throughout_iran&page=all

    http://www.pbase.com/k_amj/throughout_iran&page=2

    http://www.pbase.com/k_amj/throughout_iran&page=3

    http://www.bigsoccer.com:80/forum/showthread.php?t=199709&page=4

    http://www.bigsoccer.com/forum/showthread.php?t=199709&page=3

    http://www.bigsoccer.com/forum/showthread.php?t=199709&page=13

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iran

    Some people think music is forbidden in Iran. "Music of Iran and Iranian musicians have received countless awards in the course of history. Every year from 1977 to 2007.Evidence? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_Iran
    I send Iranian music to my American and Canadian chat friends and they all say they're some of the best songs they've ever heard.
    Here's a sample of the latest hits from two official Iranian music websites.You can just right click on the links below and choose "Save Target As" to download them. Iranian music is just modern pop which is based on electronic stuff.Experience how awsome music can be produced by electronic Trance drums instead of DJ music!

    1.(You know this: 2007) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Top33/128/Neorin%20-%20To%20Ino%20Miduni.mp3
    2.(Hold my hand: 2007) http://www.sarzaminmp3.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Mansour%20-%20Beautiful/09_%20Dastamo%20Begir.mp3
    3.(The wetness of your eyes: 2006) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Top33/128/Ehsan%20Gheibi%20-%20Khisie%20Cheshmat.mp3
    4.(I just want you: 2003) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Mansour/Crazy/Delam%20Faghat%20Toro%20Mikhaad(www.Bia2Music.com).MP3
    5.(The rain: 2007) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Siavash%20Ghomayshi/Sunset%20to%20Sunrise/64/Siavash%20Ghomayshi%20-%20Sunset%20to%20Sunrise%20-%2005%20Baroon%20(www.Bia2Music.com).wma
    6.(The window: 2005) http://www.sarzamin.org/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Siavash%20Ghomayshi/03_%20Panjereh.mp3
    7.(Keep me in your memory: 2005) http://www.sarzamin.org/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Siavash%20Ghomayshi/07_%20Yaade%20Man%20Baash.mp3
    8.(Farangis "A female name" 2007) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Siavash%20Ghomayshi/Sunset%20to%20Sunrise/64/Siavash%20Ghomayshi%20-%20Sunset%20to%20Sunrise%20-%2001%20Farangis%20(www.Bia2Music.com).wma
    9.(The distance: 2007) http://www.sarzaminsong.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Siavash%20Ghomayshi%20-%20Sunset%20to%20Sunrise/03_%20Faseleh.mp3
    10.(Sunrise: 2007) http://www.sarzaminsong.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Siavash%20Ghomayshi%20-%20Sunset%20to%20Sunrise/04_%20Tolou.mp3
    11.(Stop world:2006) http://www.sarzaminmusic.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Reza%20Sadeghi%20-%20Vaysa%20Donya/01_%20Vaysa%20Donya.mp3
    12.(You can't: 2007) http://www.sarzaminmp3.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Mansour%20-%20Beautiful/06_%20Nemitooni.mp3

    And so on and on!

    The first thing the West accuses our government of is that we don't allow personal freedoms. Actually, Iranians disobey laws they don't like as much as anyone.There are only a few restrictions.It's cool over here. People here do whatever they wish to! Many strict rules in other countries don't even exist in Iran. Also, you should understand that what may seem so normal to you, may be a nightmare for us and vise versa.Some of Iran's laws are based on OUR culture. You look at our country from "your own point of view"! In Iran most houses have a sattelite dish. Sattelite television has a serious influence on our people, and Iranians wear very fashionable clothing. Maybe it is a kind of imitation, but we still have our own unique Iranian style. A visitor might wonder if this is a country or a fantasy pageant of beauty queens! Make-up and fashionable clothing are everywhere.I ignore a few fuddy-duddies though!

    In my view, everything is great, if you ignore unemployment, drugs, inflation and air pollution. Also, you can't compare Iran today with the Iran you remember. The Shah and the Iatollah Khomini are both some 30 years in the past! 70% of Iran's population is a new generation (Under age 30) without the biases of the past and we've transformed everything.
    Ever heard Iranian girls are terrific?I've collected some photos showing Iranian girls! Look! Poeple are like this!

    http://www.salijoon.ir/bazigar/hedye%20tehrani/30nema4251159.JPG

    http://www.30nema.com/images/gallery/30nema4252403.jpg

    http://i10.tinypic.com/4clk3us.jpg

    http://tinypic.com/2d0nfao.jpg Is that enough?!
    Here I found this from your so-called "trusted" nbc news website.A slide show trying to show the western culture in Iran, but I couldn't figure out what some of those pictures showing Iran's nuclear facilities or its president have got to do with the "western culture" lol Here you go: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11645589/displaymode/1107/s/2/framenumber/4/
    Some people think women don't have any rights in Iran. But in my view, women are overrunning the place. They're very respectful, and they've been the winners in so many cases: Most of them get into the best universities because they're very smart. And they get the best jobs because of their high university degrees. They've got Islamic rights, and that has in some cases made it difficult for men to marry them, because husbands are supposed to buy them expensive things and treat them very well, otherwise women have the right to ask a great amount of money (called Mehr) according to the law, which most husbands cannot afford, so men will be imprisoned.The only thing that women are not allowed to do in Iran is getting into public football stadiums and that's because such places are full of cheeky guys. They do anything from taking part in rallies to singing pop songs.Anything! I've put a sample here.
    Another funny thing: Your footage about stoning the women who have committed adultery. Have you ever asked yourselves how many years ago that footage related to? But in one case the thing that had happened was incest not adultery. Most of those footages relate to the early days just after Iran's revolution! Otherwise you'd get new footages at least once a month!What exactly makes you think women are treated differently?The way they are treated in Saudi Arabia? Try to think of the racism in your country too.I found a BOOK of the U.S problems and it got me dizzy! Iran has its own problems too. Each country has its own problems. I know the freedom of speech in political field is so limited here, but does that really affect ordinary people? Those who are not involved in politics? You give me some dark examples which I already know of, but that doesn't mean Iran is not a good country.I can give you a long list of the violation of human rights in all countries not just here.

    http://web.amnesty.org/report2006/usa-summary-eng

    It's like MERELY talking about Guantanamo and C.I.A's secret prisons and some unjustified death penalties in the U.S, but does all that mean Americans don't have good lives? Certainly not. America is a great place.Please don't look at everything from one dimention.There's so much to see.
    Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan are --------- SEPERATE COUNTRIES! --------- Even within Iran, 60% of us are Persian and 30% are Turkish! Iran is a normal country like any other in the world. The Media are very good at creating really scary stuff: "IRAN BEHIND THE CLOSED DOORS!!!" "IRAN UNDERCOVER!!!" Some of that garbage would be enough to scare ME away! But in truth, Iranians are far more open-minded than you have been led to believe.
    There are lots of Iranians today who are geniuses and scientists, and are all under age 25. For instance a 17 year old boy has invented 72 amazing inventions. Every year a special scientific compeition is held here and students assemble to show off hundreds of inventions. Iranian students and sportsmen win gold and silver medals in different competitions in the world all the time, in robotics, biology, maths, physics, sports, anything! Why don't the Media talk about them? Please don't summarize our nation and culture with the single word "nuclear". Although we're proud of this achievement because we believe that having nuclear energy means that a country is developed.

    It's now 2007 and most people still think we are uneducated people living in deserts and riding camels!
    Part 2: Political info.
    Let's clarify some political issues as well: Some of the Americans think that president Ahmadinejad hates the U.S and Israel and wants to nuke them!! The Media are good at putting lying comments out there. I really don't get the point why our politicians defame themselves by talking about things that have got nothing to do with us. The thing is that they occasionally make some statements that the media would make them controversial topics to interest its viewers! For example they pick up some specific phrases of a long speech (without refering to the main points and reasons for that speech) and put so many bad comments on that.
    First of all, Iranians don't hate anyone.We hate neither Jews nor Americans. How would our guys dream of America, want to be like them as much as possible, and hate them at the same time?! The truth us that Iranians are the only people in the Mid-East that are pro-American! Being agaisnt the U.S policies is a different story! We live basically the same lives.Don't look at the way women dress in public places! You've got to see them in other places!I've got to say that for Iran, Israel is not equal with Jews! Israel is a gov't. Jews are faithful people! 20,000 Jews and lots of Christians live here equally with Iranians and two of Iran's parliment members are Jews. Who says we want to force others to convert to Islam? Have you ever found a Moslem knocking at your door asking you to do so?
    Christians and Jews are both God-believers and respectful to us.

    I wonder who Iran is really a threat to. Is it logical to say someone's guilty because we THINK / PREDICT that he's going to do something wrong? And they repeat the same "nuclear weapons" tosh over and over and brainwash people! Correction! It's "nuclear energy". Besides, how many "nuclear weapons" do they have themselves? Hundreds of thousands? Has Iran ever attacked any countries? No. Has it developed any nukes? No! That's what nuclear agency says. Only Iran's opponents are pulling Iran's leg and what they say is just based on political conflicts. What we're doing is legal. Iran is a peaceful country. Why? It's the regional super-power and if she wanted, she could easily invade the countries in our neibourhood just like what Saddam did to our country, but as you see Iran has peaceful relations with all of them.

    Some people say he said: Israel should be wiped off the map! the thing is that he exactly said: "The Imam "Khomeyni" said this regime occupying Jerusalem must vanish from the page of time."They've only told you this phrase not the whole thing and it's mistranslated intentionally. Besides, they've been saying such things for a long time.It's their habit.Here's an article."Wiped off the map....The roumor of the century.Read how the media and the U.S newspapers have twisted it into a controvertioal topic.

    http://www.antiwar.com/orig/norouzi.php?articleid=11025

    Now you see that you were wrong.Iran has always defended itself, but it's not an offensive country.

    Some say he's said: "The Holocaust is a myth!" Again, this is a single phrase taken from a long speech and there are totally logical reasons for saying so. If 6,000,000 Jews were killed, that's terrible, but 300,000 Shiite Moslems killed by Saddam aren't important at all? Over 650,000 Iraqi people are killed and that's not important?! When Fox News simply says that America and Israel are capable of destroying and killing Iran's population of 69,000,000 within two weeks, it's OK and no one says they're threatening other countries to nuke them (I saw this with my own eyes on the Fox News website) Millions of people killed in Afghanistan, Hiroshima & Nagasaki and the Vietnam war are not considered human beings at all! Now I think you'd get the point why he's IRONICALLY said it's a myth. Moreover, don't you believe in freedom of speech/mind? Agreeing with the Holocaust is not gonna bring anyone to life!If you really like to blame someone for that, hope in a time-machine and sue Hitler! lol

    Some countries are using Iran as a scapegoat to put the blame (for their own faults) on.
    This part is just for Americans:
    Those of you who say why Iran says "Death to America":
    1. 'America' to us means the U.S govt, not the people. How do you expect Iranians to mean "American people" when our media admires Americans for marching and holding up "no war" placards?! Also, I see a lot of "Let's nuke Iran"s on YA.Isn't that a kind of "Death to Iran"?
    2. The new generation don't say such things and if some of them occasionally march in the streets that's because some of the stupid guys enjoy making noise and they mainly go out there to meet their girlfriends/boyfriends! Strange. Isn't it?
    3. Such mottos are not just said in Iran and as you know whatever you hear is a response to the U.S govt's terrible actions which has made life for many people hell (You wouldn't deny that attacking countries is a mistake. Would you?)
    4. U.S. companies assistance in developing Iraq's chemical weapons facilities during the Iran-Iraq war which killed over a million Iranians
    5. USS Vincennes shooting down Iran Air Flight 655 with many civilian fatalities
    6.U.S. Support for anti-Iranian terrorist organisations (i.e. the MKO);
    7. Economic damage caused by U.S. sanctions and political pressure; U.S. UAV overflights over Iran violating Iranian airspace since 2003.

    When you call Ahmadinejad a nutcase for what he's said, what do you call Bush for his war crimes?
    To those who are upset with American hostages taken for 444 days:
    1. Firstly, It's related to so many years ago and it's almost a part of history, and don't forget that when there's a revolution, there'd be chaos and people may do things that they should not, moreover they're all alive and healthy. Aren't they?
    2.The U.S has arrested Iranian diplomats in Iraq and had tortured the one who was freed. Now you decide who has the right to be upset with whom. How do you believe in their lies about politics when they hide both the most and the least important things from you considering the fact that politics is the world of lies in its nature?!!!

    If you like to insist on your theory of attacking Israel, I'll tell you our logical theory: "The moment that Iran attacks Israel, Iran will be wiped off the face of the earth by the U.S and its allies and Iran is far more logical than doing such a stupid thing" So, forget about it.I'm quite sure you know that all the events and lies in the world are a part of a pre-planned scenario by major world-powers (Iran as an important country has always been a part of their plans)And the first step is to brainwash people.They excactly know what will happen even 50 years later! I think Iraq is such a good example.Attacking it with the excuse of removing Saddam while they'd put Saddam there themselves and had supported him for years! They said they had W.M.Ds and you believed them.Now they say Iran (a member of N.P.T) has nukes / is developing nukes and you believe them wilhe the nuclear agency hasn't found any sign of illegal activities.Time to wake up!
    Isn't it better for both countries to forget past conflicts and to have peaceful relations? Our two gov'ts are like 10 year old children playing a stupid, harsh, rhetorical game. They don't care about hurting people's feelings. They just try to make our two peoples enemies to achieve their own goals. We, as the people of these countries, MUST NOT allow these conflics into our hearts. Now, what do you think? I can't wait to see both nations in peace. It'd be marvelous!
    Did you find my article informative? : )
    Thanks for your time

    • ANSWER:
      Wow! I couldn't have said it better myself. Very informative. But you know that people are people, and some must undermine others in order to justify their own agenda and prejudices. If they can't find facts, they will simply make them up. But you know what ? Their lies and miss-statements always catch up to them eventually. But then they start to make up more, so it is a vicious cycle.

      Just forgive them for their ignorance, do the best you can in life and keep in mind that at least you (and many other educated people) know better.

  16. QUESTION:
    What to do now I've quit alcohol?
    How shall I fill my time? I keep getting bored and ending up drinking.

    • ANSWER:
      Here are a bunch of things to do:

      Go bungee jumping
      Take up knife throwing
      Answer 1000 questions on this website
      Film an amateur movie with friends
      Watch Lifetime movies Network
      Find the funniest sitcom and watch it with friends until you are laughing too hard to control
      Learn yoga
      Go horsebackriding
      Become a black belt
      Start a garden
      Bake/Cook
      Volunteer at your local church/animal shelter
      Join a community theatre
      Go dating
      Learn to ski
      Write a poem
      Sudoku
      Review articles on Wikipedia
      Buy a metal detector and have at it
      Get a dog
      Go to a theme park and ride crazy roller coasters

      The list goes on and on

  17. QUESTION:
    I can't think of the name of a lifetime movie..?
    a very long time ago I was watching some movies on lifetime. There was one that intrigued me, but I never caught the name. All I remember from it is a girl who burns her own house down, then lives with her grandmother and kills her grandmothers dog by locking it in a chest of some sort. What is this movie called?

    • ANSWER:
      Devil in the Flesh (1998)
      Wikipedia synopsis:
      The film follows a beautiful but troubled young girl, Debbie Strand (Rose McGowan), placed in foster care with her estranged grandmother in Los Angeles after her mother and her mother's boyfriend die in a suspicious house fire. Her grandmother is an ultra-conservative fundamentalist Christian, who is convinced that she can undo years of Debbie's presumed hedonism with some "correctional therapy." Shortly thereafter she begins to abuse Debbie and forces her to wear demeaning and outdated clothes. Debbie soon becomes enthralled with Peter Rinaldi (Alex McArthur), an English teacher at her new high school. However, Peter has a fiancée named Marilyn and strong scruples, so he repeatedly rejects Debbie's advances. Before long, Peter finds that his life is ruined and the bodies are piling up.
      Here are a couple of clips from the movie:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhHQ0G7Gbyo&playnext=1&list=PL10C76A8720F0490A

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3Qci1oLOpI&feature=related

  18. QUESTION:
    I care too much about what people think of my country Iran, is that normal? Should I not care?
    I've written this article and have done a lot of research to complete it, so is that normal if I want more people to read it?
    I believe that if you spend 10 minutes reading this essay, you will be better informed than if you listen to a lifetime's worth of Major Media news. This article has two parts:
    1. Cultural and general info
    2. Political info.
    Note: I've explained everything.Any answers before reading the whole thing will prove to be wrong.Specially the political part.I've provided evidence for whatever I say.It's just the way it is.
    ****
    Part 1: Cultural and general info
    Hi. I'm a 19 year old Iranian who has spent his life in Iran.I study English.When I chat with people from other countries, I am shocked to see how totally wrong their ideas are about Iran. I wrote this article in an attempt to help correct those ideas.Fisrt some interesting things:
    A few months ago Iran uncovered the most effective anti-H.I.V medicine. I searched for news of that on the internet, but there was no single sign of it.Now, I found it among the English news: "The medicine is produced from herbs using nano technology" The link to read about it is:

    http://www.payvand.com/news/07/feb/1032.html

    The Media are unjust. They never talk about facts!
    Some interesting facts:
    Iran is a pioneer in medicine and genetics, and Iranian surgeons have found lots of new methods for treating spinal defects, and many diseases (mainly the treatment for different types of cancer) and the best brain and heart surgeons are Iranian.The pioneer in heart transplants and artificiall hearts, "artificial vessels" using nano-technology (Reported a few days ago) and so on and so! (I've put two websites below) The head of the Mars Mission in NASA is Iranian. One of the best designers of sports cars working in Germany is Iranian. Some of the best 3D animators are Iranian. Iran is one of the best countries in counter-engineering. Holds the second place in building dams and in loads of other things! It's one of the top countries in bio-technology and nano-technology. The 4th highest tower in the world (Milad tower) is in Tehran (visit it at this link from wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Milad.jpg )
    51 of the top 100 universities in the Mid-East are in Iran, and they're among the top universities of the world as well. The champion weight-lifter, a woman the nobel peace prize are Iranian. The 6th top movie director in the world is Iranian.(Abbas Kiarostami) http://arts.guardian.co.uk/fridayreview/story/0,12102,1084266,00.html
    These are just small samples.If the media told you about Iran's achievemens everyday and didn't hide them, your news would be full of Iranian news!Iranian girls are famous for being terrific. We have Persian rugs and Persian literature, many Persian poets, artists and scientists that are world famous. Iranian culture is now westernized and only a little of the ancient culture has survived. According to statistics Tehran is the cheapest capital city in the world (one Dollar =about 950 Tomans) There are many other things. How many pages would you need to describe a country? Iran has nearly all the industries and technologies found in 'developed' countries. Oh, and we have four seasons! We get a lot of snow and there are skating rinks! lol The list is endless.

    I'm gonna introduce Iran's international news website to you (Press TV) which was established recently. It's fully in English. In the "Sic / Tech" section you'll always see Iran's discoveries. The address is:

    http://www.presstv.ir/news.aspx

    Press TV news: Iranian scientists have registered more than 4800 inventions during the last Iranian calendar year of 1385 (April 21 2006-April 20, 2007). 4800 inventions in just one year!
    The list of highly-respected Iranian scientists and engineers in the world:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Iranian_scientists_and_engineers#T

    The list of notable Iranian figures and pioneers:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contemporary_Medicine_in_Iran

    An extract: Iranian medical community is a significant part of medical community in US and Europe
    Enough evidence?

    Some people think Iran is a desert! Well, it is, if you consider California a desert. We share the same latitude. Iran is a modern country with breathtakingly beautiful nature and lots of historic places to visit. Please take a look at the following links to see if Iran looks like what you think or not! This is a photo of Tehran (Awesome, Isn't it?):

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/79/Tehran-2-1600.jpg

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tehran

    If you like you can visit these too, hundreds of pretty photos from the cities, nature and historic places:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Hills_south_west_of_Sanandaj_near_the_village_of_Kilaneh.jpg

    http://www.pbase.com/k_amj/throughout_iran&page=all

    http://www.pbase.com/k_amj/throughout_iran&page=2

    http://www.pbase.com/k_amj/throughout_iran&page=3

    http://www.bigsoccer.com:80/forum/showthread.php?t=199709&page=4

    http://www.bigsoccer.com/forum/showthread.php?t=199709&page=3

    http://www.bigsoccer.com/forum/showthread.php?t=199709&page=13

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iran

    Some people think music is forbidden in Iran. "Music of Iran and Iranian musicians have received countless awards in the course of history. Every year from 1977 to 2007.Evidence? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_Iran
    I send Iranian music to my American and Canadian chat friends and they all say they're some of the best songs they've ever heard.
    Here's a sample of the latest hits from two official Iranian music websites.You can just right click on the links below and choose "Save Target As" to download them. Iranian music is just modern pop which is based on electronic stuff.Experience how awsome music can be produced by electronic Trance drums instead of DJ music!

    1.(You know this: 2007) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Top33/128/Neorin%20-%20To%20Ino%20Miduni.mp3
    2.(Hold my hand: 2007) http://www.sarzaminmp3.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Mansour%20-%20Beautiful/09_%20Dastamo%20Begir.mp3
    3.(The wetness of your eyes: 2006) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Top33/128/Ehsan%20Gheibi%20-%20Khisie%20Cheshmat.mp3
    4.(I just want you: 2003) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Mansour/Crazy/Delam%20Faghat%20Toro%20Mikhaad(www.Bia2Music.com).MP3
    5.(The rain: 2007) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Siavash%20Ghomayshi/Sunset%20to%20Sunrise/64/Siavash%20Ghomayshi%20-%20Sunset%20to%20Sunrise%20-%2005%20Baroon%20(www.Bia2Music.com).wma
    6.(The window: 2005) http://www.sarzamin.org/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Siavash%20Ghomayshi/03_%20Panjereh.mp3
    7.(Keep me in your memory: 2005) http://www.sarzamin.org/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Siavash%20Ghomayshi/07_%20Yaade%20Man%20Baash.mp3
    8.(Farangis "A female name" 2007) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Siavash%20Ghomayshi/Sunset%20to%20Sunrise/64/Siavash%20Ghomayshi%20-%20Sunset%20to%20Sunrise%20-%2001%20Farangis%20(www.Bia2Music.com).wma
    9.(The distance: 2007) http://www.sarzaminsong.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Siavash%20Ghomayshi%20-%20Sunset%20to%20Sunrise/03_%20Faseleh.mp3
    10.(Sunrise: 2007) http://www.sarzaminsong.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Siavash%20Ghomayshi%20-%20Sunset%20to%20Sunrise/04_%20Tolou.mp3
    11.(Stop world:2006) http://www.sarzaminmusic.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Reza%20Sadeghi%20-%20Vaysa%20Donya/01_%20Vaysa%20Donya.mp3
    12.(You can't: 2007) http://www.sarzaminmp3.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Mansour%20-%20Beautiful/06_%20Nemitooni.mp3

    And so on and on!

    The first thing the West accuses our government of is that we don't allow personal freedoms. Actually, Iranians disobey laws they don't like as much as anyone.There are only a few restrictions.It's cool over here. People here do whatever they wish to! Many strict rules in other countries don't even exist in Iran. Also, you should understand that what may seem so normal to you, may be a nightmare for us and vise versa.Some of Iran's laws are based on OUR culture. You look at our country from "your own point of view"! In Iran most houses have a sattelite dish. Sattelite television has a serious influence on our people, and Iranians wear very fashionable clothing. Maybe it is a kind of imitation, but we still have our own unique Iranian style. A visitor might wonder if this is a country or a fantasy pageant of beauty queens! Make-up and fashionable clothing are everywhere.I ignore a few fuddy-duddies though!

    In my view, everything is great, if you ignore unemployment, drugs, inflation and air pollution. Also, you can't compare Iran today with the Iran you remember. The Shah and the Iatollah Khomini are both some 30 years in the past! 70% of Iran's population is a new generation (Under age 30) without the biases of the past and we've transformed everything.
    Ever heard Iranian girls are terrific?I've collected some photos showing Iranian girls! Look! Poeple are like this!

    http://www.salijoon.ir/bazigar/hedye%20tehrani/30nema4251159.JPG

    http://www.30nema.com/images/gallery/30nema4252403.jpg

    http://i10.tinypic.com/4clk3us.jpg

    http://tinypic.com/2d0nfao.jpg Is that enough?!
    Some people think women don't have any rights in Iran. But in my view, women are overrunning the place. They're very respectful, and they've been the winners in so many cases: Most of them get into the best universities because they're very smart. And they get the best jobs because of their high university degrees. They've got Islamic rights, and that has in some cases made it difficult for men to marry them, because husbands are supposed to buy them expensive things and treat them very well, otherwise women have the right to ask a great amount of money (called Mehr) according to the law, which most husbands cannot afford, so men will be imprisoned.The only thing that women are not allowed to do in Iran is getting into public football stadiums and that's because such places are full of cheeky guys. They do anything from taking part in rallies to singing pop songs.Anything! I've put a sample here.
    Another funny thing: Your footage about stoning the women who have committed adultery. Have you ever asked yourselves how many years ago that footage related to? But in one case the thing that had happened was incest not adultery. Most of those footages relate to the early days just after Iran's revolution! Otherwise you'd get new footages at least once a month!What exactly makes you think women are treated differently?The way they are treated in Saudi Arabia? Try to think of the racism in your country too.I found a BOOK of the U.S problems and it got me dizzy! Iran has its own problems too. Each country has its own problems. I know the freedom of speech in political field is so limited here, but does that really affect ordinary people? Those who are not involved in politics? You give me some dark examples which I already know of, but that doesn't mean Iran is not a good country.I can give you a long list of the violation of human rights in all countries not just here.

    http://web.amnesty.org/report2006/usa-summary-eng

    It's like MERELY talking about Guantanamo and C.I.A's secret prisons and some unjustified death penalties in the U.S, but does all that mean Americans don't have good lives? Certainly not. America is a great place.Please don't look at everything from one dimention.There's so much to see.
    Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan are --------- SEPERATE COUNTRIES! --------- Even within Iran, 60% of us are Persian and 30% are Turkish! Iran is a normal country like any other in the world. The Media are very good at creating really scary stuff: "IRAN BEHIND THE CLOSED DOORS!!!" "IRAN UNDERCOVER!!!" Some of that garbage would be enough to scare ME away! But in truth, Iranians are far more open-minded than you have been led to believe.
    There are lots of Iranians today who are geniuses and scientists, and are all under age 25. For instance a 17 year old boy has invented 72 amazing inventions. Every year a special scientific compeition is held here and students assemble to show off hundreds of inventions. Iranian students and sportsmen win gold and silver medals in different competitions in the world all the time, in robotics, biology, maths, physics, sports, anything! Why don't the Media talk about them? Please don't summarize our nation and culture with the single word "nuclear". Although we're proud of this achievement because we believe that having nuclear energy means that a country is developed.

    It's now 2007 and most people still think we are uneducated people living in deserts and riding camels!
    Part 2: Political info.
    Let's clarify some political issues as well: Some of the Americans think that president Ahmadinejad hates the U.S and Israel and wants to nuke them!! The Media are good at putting lying comments out there. I really don't get the point why our politicians defame themselves by talking about things that have got nothing to do with us. The thing is that they occasionally make some statements that the media would make them controversial topics to interest its viewers! For example they pick up some specific phrases of a long speech (without refering to the main points and reasons for that speech) and put so many bad comments on that.
    First of all, Iranians don't hate anyone.We hate neither Jews nor Americans. How would our guys dream of America, want to be like them as much as possible, and hate them at the same time?! The truth us that Iranians are the only people in the Mid-East that are pro-American! Being agaisnt the U.S policies is a different story! We live basically the same lives.Don't look at the way women dress in public places! You've got to see them in other places!I've got to say that for Iran, Israel is not equal with Jews! Israel is a gov't. Jews are faithful people! 20,000 Jews and lots of Christians live here equally with Iranians and two of Iran's parliment members are Jews. Who says we want to force others to convert to Islam? Have you ever found a Moslem knocking at your door asking you to do so?
    Christians and Jews are both God-believers and respectful to us.

    I wonder who Iran is really a threat to. Is it logical to say someone's guilty because we THINK / PREDICT that he's going to do something wrong? And they repeat the same "nuclear weapons" tosh over and over and brainwash people! Correction! It's "nuclear energy". Besides, how many "nuclear weapons" do they have themselves? Hundreds of thousands? Has Iran ever attacked any countries? No. Has it developed any nukes? No! That's what nuclear agency says. Only Iran's opponents are pulling Iran's leg and what they say is just based on political conflicts. What we're doing is legal. Iran is a peaceful country. Why? It's the regional super-power and if she wanted, she could easily invade the countries in our neibourhood just like what Saddam did to our country, but as you see Iran has peaceful relations with all of them.

    Some people say he said: Israel should be wiped off the map! the thing is that he exactly said: "The Imam "Khomeyni" said this regime occupying Jerusalem must vanish from the page of time."They've only told you this phrase not the whole thing and it's mistranslated intentionally. Besides, they've been saying such things for a long time.It's their habit.Here's an article."Wiped off the map....The roumor of the century.Read how the media and the U.S newspapers have twisted it into a controvertioal topic.

    http://www.antiwar.com/orig/norouzi.php?articleid=11025

    Now you see that you were wrong.Iran has always defended itself, but it's not an offensive country.

    Some say he's said: "The Holocaust is a myth!" Again, this is a single phrase taken from a long speech and there are totally logical reasons for saying so. If 6,000,000 Jews were killed, that's terrible, but 300,000 Shiite Moslems killed by Saddam aren't important at all? Over 650,000 Iraqi people are killed and that's not important?! When Fox News simply says that America and Israel are capable of destroying and killing Iran's population of 69,000,000 within two weeks, it's OK and no one says they're threatening other countries to nuke them (I saw this with my own eyes on the Fox News website) Millions of people killed in Afghanistan, Hiroshima & Nagasaki and the Vietnam war are not considered human beings at all! Now I think you'd get the point why he's IRONICALLY said it's a myth. Moreover, don't you believe in freedom of speech/mind? Agreeing with the Holocaust is not gonna bring anyone to life!If you really like to blame someone for that, hope in a time-machine and sue Hitler! lol

    Some countries are using Iran as a scapegoat to put the blame (for their own faults) on.
    This part is just for Americans:
    Those of you who say why Iran says "Death to America":
    1. 'America' to us means the U.S govt, not the people. How do you expect Iranians to mean "American people" when our media admires Americans for marching and holding up "no war" placards?! Also, I see a lot of "Let's nuke Iran"s on YA.Isn't that a kind of "Death to Iran"?
    2. The new generation don't say such things and if some of them occasionally march in the streets that's because some of the stupid guys enjoy making noise and they mainly go out there to meet their girlfriends/boyfriends! Strange. Isn't it?
    3. Such mottos are not just said in Iran and as you know whatever you hear is a response to the U.S govt's terrible actions which has made life for many people hell (You wouldn't deny that attacking countries is a mistake. Would you?)
    4. U.S. companies assistance in developing Iraq's chemical weapons facilities during the Iran-Iraq war which killed over a million Iranians
    5. USS Vincennes shooting down Iran Air Flight 655 with many civilian fatalities
    6.U.S. Support for anti-Iranian terrorist organisations (i.e. the MKO);
    7. Economic damage caused by U.S. sanctions and political pressure; U.S. UAV overflights over Iran violating Iranian airspace since 2003.

    When you call Ahmadinejad a nutcase for what he's said, what do you call Bush for his war crimes?
    To those who are upset with American hostages taken for 444 days:
    1. Firstly, It's related to so many years ago and it's almost a part of history, and don't forget that when there's a revolution, there'd be chaos and people may do things that they should not, moreover they're all alive and healthy. Aren't they?
    2.The U.S has arrested Iranian diplomats in Iraq and had tortured the one who was freed. Now you decide who has the right to be upset with whom. How do you believe in their lies about politics when they hide both the most and the least important things from you considering the fact that politics is the world of lies in its nature?!!!

    If you like to insist on your theory of attacking Israel, I'll tell you our logical theory: "The moment that Iran attacks Israel, Iran will be wiped off the face of the earth by the U.S and its allies and Iran is far more logical than doing such a stupid thing" So, forget about it.I'm quite sure you know that all the events and lies in the world are a part of a pre-planned scenario by major world-powers (Iran as an important country has always been a part of their plans)And the first step is to brainwash people.They excactly know what will happen even 50 years later! I think Iraq is such a good example.Attacking it with the excuse of removing Saddam while they'd put Saddam there themselves and had supported him for years! They said they had W.M.Ds and you believed them.Now they say Iran (a member of N.P.T) has nukes / is developing nukes and you believe them wilhe the nuclear agency hasn't found any sign of illegal activities.Time to wake up!
    Isn't it better for both countries to forget past conflicts and to have peaceful relations? Our two gov'ts are like 10 year old children playing a stupid, harsh, rhetorical game. They don't care about hurting people's feelings. They just try to make our two peoples enemies to achieve their own goals. We, as the people of these countries, MUST NOT allow these conflics into our hearts. Now, what do you think? I can't wait to see both nations in peace. It'd be marvelous!
    Did you find my article informative? : )
    Thanks for your time
    To the first answerer: I don't believe your being American.You must be from Israel.If not, you're an American Jew.Or you're one of the rare examples of extremists.

    Oh my God! Have they censored the news agian? He exactly said: "Iran's ready to defent itself and IF ATTACKED, it will endanger all American interests in the Mid-East". Isn't that fair? Notice how he said "IF ATTACKED" and what he meant by American interests? O-I-L.It means the oil cut off which will cause the world to go through a difficult time.60% of all the oil needed in the world has to pass through the Iranian waters.I think I cleared another misunderstanding.Besides, if throwing a leader is so easy as you say why 100'000 Iranians were killed to overthrow the Shah and why Americans don't throw Bush? You see, it's easy to talk, but when it comes to action, it requires a
    paranormal force!

    To the third answerer: 100% True.
    To skooz: The thing is that Iran doesn't think of the groups you mention as terrorists just like many other countries.Terrorists are: 1.Taliban 2.al Qaeda which Iran is against both.
    I'll let you in on a little secret: "Both your media and government are under the influence of Jews" That's why you support Israel and its war crimes and its having illegally 200 nuclear warheads and you call anyone defending themselves agaisnt it a terrorist (i.e Hamas, Palestineans, Hezbollah).I wish you could see how they kill little childeren.Do your media ever tell you about it? It's interesting that from our point of view Israel is the occupier.So the word "terrorist" is a matter of opinion here.
    and here's your evidence for the Iranioan diplomat being tortured: http://www2.irna.com/en/news/view/menu-234/0704118379143037.htm
    You probably don't believe in C.I.A's secret prisons.Guantanamo and the way Iraqi people were abused in Iraq by soldiers (remember their nude pictures?) are fine examples.
    To skooz: I don't care about Israel and I'm pro-American.You made a good point.Take Iran into account too.Surrounded by Turkey and Arabs who hate it out of jealousy and being threatened to be nuked by the U.S and Israel and more likely by some British countries.So doesn't Iran have the right to arm itself? Are you fair in your judgment? Besides, Israel has OCCUPIED a piece of land and is killing its real owners.Remember? It attacked Lebonon just because Hezbollah had taken hostage two of its soldiers to free 1000 Palestinians and Lebanese people tortured in Israeli prisons.It's got no right to do so and supporting Israel is equal with supporting the murder of defensless innocent people.Israel were right only if it were its own land not a stolen piece of land from dissent people.Besides, if America wants peace in the Mid-East (a big lie) why doesn't it take its beloved Israelies to the U.S?

    • ANSWER:
      Americans have been brainwashed for years, they have been sold the belief they are better than God.
      They don't realize how well their news is edited (returning bodies is one subtle one, which they tried to copy in Canada until freedom raised its voice)

  19. QUESTION:
    does anyone know any movies?
    I love lifetime movies and i'v been looking for some old lifetime movies that's about cancer an or other illnesses . can someone give me a list of them please thanks ...
    and where can i watch rare lifetime movies like a child's wish 1997 , a child lost forever 1992 , the accident 1997 and race against fear 1998 and other old movies like that i tryed youtube but theres none on there can you tell me where to look. thanks
    and where can i watch rare lifetime movies like a child's wish 1997 , a child lost forever 1992 , the accident 1997 and race against fear 1998 and other old movies like that i tryed youtube but theres none on there can you tell me where to look. thanks

    • ANSWER:
      Here you go...

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Films_about_cancer

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      http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/genres-movies/drama/10-best-cancer-movies/

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      http://www.mademan.com/mm/10-movies-cancer-patients.html

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      http://www.listal.com/movies/cancer

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  20. QUESTION:
    Sorority House movies?
    Can I have a list of a bunch of movies that are related to sorority houses? Like Sydney White or House Bunny? They can be horror or comedy or anything! Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Romantic Comedy:

      1. Legally Blonde
      2. Sorority Wars-haven't seen it though
      3. Sorority Boys-haven't seen it

      Horror:

      1. Sorority Row
      2. The House on Sorority Row
      3. Black Christmas
      4. The Initiation of Sarah-haven't seen it
      5. Scream 2

      Drama:

      1. Dying to belong-lifetime movie
      2. Pumpkin-haven't seen it
      3. The Hazing-haven't seen it
      4. The Initiation of Sarah-haven't seen it

      TV:

      1. Greek

      Here's a big list:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fictional_fraternities_and_sororities

      http://www.imdb.com/keyword/sorority/

      Hope this helps!

  21. QUESTION:
    What is this movie called?
    What is the name of the movie on lifetime about John Bonet Ramsey? I watched it once and don't remember what it was called. Please help! Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Perfect Murder, Perfect Town: JonBenét and the City of Boulder (2000 TV miniseries)
      Amazon.com review:
      The murder of 6-year-old JonBenét Ramsey (Dyanne Iandoli) was tabloid fodder for years, but "Perfect Murder, Perfect Town" earns respect with its riveting focus on facts. In adapting his own bestselling book with writer Tom Topor, producer-director Lawrence Schiller (who chronicled the O.J. Simpson trial in "An American Tragedy") wrangles dozens of characters into a complicated but coherent portrait of justice gone awry. Beginning with the Christmas Night murder in 1996 and spanning 18 months of investigation, this 3-hour telefilm shows how sloppy police work, legal loopholes, and political conditions in Boulder, Colorado, made JonBenét's murder virtually unsolvable. Ronny Cox and "CSI"'s Marg Helgenberger play the highly suspect parents, steadfastly maintaining an innocent façade; their performances are ripe with ambiguity. Schiller also dramatizes the machinations of a tabloid journalist (Sean Whalen); a religious detective (Kris Kristofferson) hired by the Ramseys; the backstage maneuvering of Boulder's district attorney (Ken Howard); the poorly secured crime scene; and much more. With its semi-documentary approach and first-rate cast, the film covers a lot of territory but it's never confusing or exploitative. And still, the mystery remains.
      The cast includes starring John Heard, John Rubinstein, Jane Powell, Dennis Boutsikaris, and Ann-Margret.
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      Getting Away with Murder: The JonBenet Ramsey Mystery (2000 TV movie)
      starring Cliff De Young as John Ramsey, Judi Evans Luciano as Patsy Ramsey, Julia Granstrom as JonBenet Ramsey, Brad Greenquist, Gary Dubin, Albert Hall, Hildy Brooks, Christopher Kriesa
      Wikipedia synopsis:
      "Getting Away with Murder" is a docudrama TV movie based on the 1996 murder of JonBenét Ramsey. ... The movie presented the case in a way that strongly suggests that the parents of the victim were responsible for their daughter's murder. They were never formally charged in the case because of lack of evidence.
      NOTE: 95 min., per IMDb

      I found this at MSN.movies, but it varies from what IMDb has:
      Technically a one-hour dramatic special, this was advertised as a "mini-movie" by the Fox Network. In its recounting of the events preceding and following the brutal Christmas 1996 murder of 5-year-old JonBenet Ramsey, the program chronicles all the existing facts then incorporates the dozens of opinions and theories surrounding the still-unsolved homicide. Alice Barrett-Mitchell is cast as an unnamed "composite" journalist who, after interviewing all the family members and investigators involved in the case, presents several opposing theories. In one, her parents were the killers, while in another, the "unknown intruder" notion is propounded. By adopting this multiple-scenario approach, the producers permit the viewers to draw their own conclusions (which they'd been doing since 1996 anyway).

      IMDb and Hollywood.com both list Julia Granstrom as JonBenet. MSN and others list MacKenzie Rosman (of "Seventh Heaven" TV series) in that role. So, it's a tossup as to which has the role unless the hour-long and 93-minute-long versions differ.

  22. QUESTION:
    Jack & Jill vs the World music question?
    There's one scene where Jill's friend from the animal center is singing a robot style song, and I'm dying to know what song that was. It was a Lifetime movie, so hopefully you guys have seen it! Thanks for any help.

    • ANSWER:
      Unfortunately I don't know the name of the song, but the movie features music by Canadian indie rock band Stars.

      For a list of their songs go here and type the name in YouTube until you find the one you are looking for.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stars_discography

      Good luck.

  23. QUESTION:
    Movie help? what movie is this?
    i saw it on Lifetime once...
    i think the actress is Amber Tamblyn, im not sure
    but she gets pregnant after a night at a party & she's like being f**ked and shes not moving though.
    so she's pregnant and she kills the baby i think
    then she goes to this one counselor lady like everyday to talk about it.
    and that's all i remember. but it wasnt a scary movie
    it was like a normal dramatic movie like all the other lifetime movies...
    & i imbd'ed it and i couldn't find it.
    i don't think it's an old movie
    it's like a couple years old probably idk?
    help?
    thanks to those who answer!

    • ANSWER:
      the list of her movies is here u can find it for urself

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amber_Tamblyn

  24. QUESTION:
    Anyone remember the TV film "TerrorVision" from 1988?
    I'd like to know if anyone remembers the TV film called "TerrorVision" which aired in the U.S. on Lifetime in 1988. This is not (I repeat, not) the 1986 film that is listed on IMDb. The film I'm talking about has no IMDb listing but is a mega-obscure film which aired only a few times in the U.S. It consisted of seven short horror segments. In one a boy has a monster in his closet. In another a guy visits a vampire dentist. It's shot on video.

    I'm not asking because I need a copy; I taped it back in '88. I'm just wondering if ANYONE remembers this film whatsoever.

    • ANSWER:
      I'm not aware of any such film. I've never seen a listing, and I'm by far old enough to recall such a program. Since I'm an SF/fantasy/horror fan, it wouldn't have passed me by without notice.

      I thought I'd seen every anthology film made, but obviously this one slipped past somehow.

      Here is a reference to it as a British then U.S. anthology series:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TerrorVision

      Perhaps you saw a couple of episodes stuck together as a movie, which sometimes is done.

  25. QUESTION:
    movies like disconnected?
    i just finished watching DISconnected on mtv.ca, i really liked it but are there other movies like it? i could really relate and it's just interesting seeing other peoples POV.
    by movies LIKE it, please.. something simular to it and nothing completely different..
    like teens, internet, chat rooms, suicide, depression, all that stuff. even movies like girls that talk to guys online and something happens.. like hard candy!

    • ANSWER:
      Im sure theres many movies about these subjects out there. But the most recent ones I have seen and loved (being a fellow teenager myself) I have listed below. Lifetime shows nothing but movies based on true storys and they are ALL so good. All these movies I listed are based on true storys, you can google or search wikipedia to see real life footage and information about the true events. That's what I like about them that they aren't just something invented they're actual problems teenagers face. Hope you find them interesting! :)

      - Cyber-bully on ABC. It just recently premiered this summer, it follows the story of a girl who is cyber-bullied on a website similar to facebook to the point of her becoming suicidal. She embarks in a romantic online relationship with a boy. She seems really in love, only later, after he starts saying awful things to her (he tells everyone she had sex with him) does she realize it was all a scheme created by her best friend.
      heres a preview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLuO0F0qE-Q

      -Betrayed at 17 on lifetime. Follows the story of a girl who is very smart and quiet. The most popular guy in school bets his friend he can take her virginity. He eventually does and to prove it to his friend he tapes them having sex without her consent. The video was only meant to be seen by his friend, but ends up in the wrong hands and goes viral online. Everyones lives change from then on.
      heres a preview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIkcXbLcpAU

      -Girl Fight on lifetime. Based on the true story of a teen who was beat up by a group of girls to the point where she lost sight in her right eye and hearing in her right ear. The girls taped the whole thing, and the video becomes viral and national news headlines.
      heres a preview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFpqWw4iAUU&NR=1

      -Pregnancy Pact on lifetime. Follows the story of a group of friend who all made a pact to become pregnant at the age of 16. Very good movie, shows you the extremes teenagers will go to just to prove themselves to their friends. This also became national news headlines and is based on a true story.
      heres the preview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ce0ES19thzY&feature=related

      -The Bling Ring on lifetime. Based on the story of the 6 teenagers accused of breaking into celebrity homes in hollywood. Including paris hilton, orlando bloom, and megan fox. this is also based on a true story which made headlines last summer. Very good movie, shows you their pov and what they were thinking as they commited the robberies.
      theres no preview for this one but you can google "the bling ring" to read the full story.

  26. QUESTION:
    Is it just me or do a lot of the Lifetime movies have Canadian actors? Lots of Canadian accents!?

    • ANSWER:
      You'll hear Canadian accents in a lot of series, too, because Montreal is referred to as Hollywood North. Many movies and series are filmed in Canada, so it makes sense to use local actors in many roles. Watch end credits, which will list where a series or film is filmed.

      From Wikipedia:
      "Montreal is also a centre of film and television production. The headquarters and five studios of the Academy Award-winning documentary producer National Film Board of Canada can be found here, as well as the head offices of Telefilm Canada, the national feature-length film and television funding agency. Given its eclectic architecture and broad availability of film services and crew members, Montreal is a popular filming location for feature-length films, and sometimes stands in for European locations."

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Montreal

      Also, a lot of Canadian actors come to the United States to work and break through to being quite well-known here: Michael J. Fox, James Doohan, Lloyd Bochner, Nicole de Boer, Tom Braidwood, Peter Breck, Nicholas Campbell, Kim Cattrall, Sarah Chalke, Susan Clark, Enrico Colantoni, William B. Davis, Yvonne De Carlo, Roy Dupuis, Dave Foley, Glenn Ford, Don Francks, Jonathan Frid, Lorne Greene, Dean Haglund, Tricia Helfer, David Hewlett, Alan Thicke, Victor Jory, Kristin Kreuk, Alexander Knox, John Ireland, Katharine Isabelle, Donal Logue, Eric McCormack, Kate Nelligan, Sarah Polley, Jason Priestley, and so many more. Here's a link to a list of Canadian actors.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Category:Canadian_actors&until=Farrell%2C+Mark

      There are a lot of recognizable ones; many of them act only in Canadian productions. Following his success in "La Femme Nikita" (TV series), Roy Dupuis was asked to come to Hollywood to work but refused to do so because he did not want to be separated from his family or uproot them.

  27. QUESTION:
    Cant think of this movie?
    I av been trying for weeks to think of this movie i love.

    It is about this guy who cuts a window at the bk of the house to get in then he goes and rapes and kills his victims but there is one woman he rapes but doesnt kill and he goes bk to try kill her cus she saw his face

    Any ideas?

    Its a true story

    • ANSWER:
      Your description could fit more than one movie. Was it a Lifetime movie, by any chance? Perhaps if you review this list of movies on Wikipedia, you may spot the movie you seek: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_films_based_on_actual_events and here's another list on IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/keyword/based-on-true-story/rape-victim/

  28. QUESTION:
    Movies about a teenage cutter?
    Start listing movie because I really wanna watch one :)
    I've seen Thirteen, and that's not about cutters.. she just so happens to do it.

    • ANSWER:
      There was a really good movie on Lifetime a while back called Painful Secrets

      http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/painful-secrets

      It was also known as Secret Cutting and there is a better recap here-http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secret_Cutting

  29. QUESTION:
    Does this explain all the vague points and secrets about Iran to you?
    I believe that if you spend 10 minutes reading this essay, you will be better informed than if you listen to a lifetime's worth of Major Media news. This article has two parts:
    1. Cultural and general info
    2. Political info.
    Note: I've explained everything.Any answers before reading the whole thing will prove to be wrong.Specially the political part.I've provided evidence for whatever I say.It's just the way it is.
    ****
    Part 1: Cultural and general info
    Hi. I'm a 19 year old Iranian who has spent his life in Iran.I study English.When I chat with people from other countries, I am shocked to see how totally wrong their ideas are about Iran. I wrote this article in an attempt to help correct those ideas.Fisrt some interesting things:
    A few months ago Iran uncovered the most effective anti-H.I.V medicine. I searched for news of that on the internet, but there was no single sign of it.Now, I found it among the English news: "The medicine is produced from herbs using nano technology" The link to read about it is:

    http://www.payvand.com/news/07/feb/1032.html

    The Media are unjust. They never talk about facts!
    Some interesting facts:
    Iran is a pioneer in medicine and genetics, and Iranian surgeons have found lots of new methods for treating spinal defects, and many diseases (mainly the treatment for different types of cancer) and the best brain and heart surgeons are Iranian.The pioneer in heart transplants and artificiall hearts, "artificial vessels" using nano-technology (Reported a few days ago) and so on and so! (I've put two websites below) The head of the Mars Mission in NASA is Iranian. One of the best designers of sports cars working in Germany is Iranian. Some of the best 3D animators are Iranian. Iran is one of the best countries in counter-engineering. Holds the second place in building dams and in loads of other things! It's one of the top countries in bio-technology and nano-technology. The 4th highest tower in the world (Milad tower) is in Tehran (visit it at this link from wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Milad.jpg )
    51 of the top 100 universities in the Mid-East are in Iran, and they're among the top universities of the world as well. The champion weight-lifter, a woman the nobel peace prize are Iranian. The 6th top movie director in the world is Iranian.(Abbas Kiarostami) http://arts.guardian.co.uk/fridayreview/story/0,12102,1084266,00.html
    These are just small samples.If the media told you about Iran's achievemens everyday and didn't hide them, your news would be full of Iranian news!Iranian girls are famous for being terrific. We have Persian rugs and Persian literature, many Persian poets, artists and scientists that are world famous. Iranian culture is now westernized and only a little of the ancient culture has survived. According to statistics Tehran is the cheapest capital city in the world (one Dollar =about 950 Tomans) There are many other things. How many pages would you need to describe a country? Iran has nearly all the industries and technologies found in 'developed' countries. Oh, and we have four seasons! We get a lot of snow and there are skating rinks! lol The list is endless.

    I'm gonna introduce Iran's international news website to you (Press TV) which was established recently. It's fully in English. In the "Sic / Tech" section you'll always see Iran's discoveries. The address is:

    http://www.presstv.ir/news.aspx

    Press TV news: Iranian scientists have registered more than 4800 inventions during the last Iranian calendar year of 1385 (April 21 2006-April 20, 2007). 4800 inventions in just one year!
    The list of highly-respected Iranian scientists and engineers in the world:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Iranian_scientists_and_engineers#T

    The list of notable Iranian figures and pioneers:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contemporary_Medicine_in_Iran

    An extract: Iranian medical community is a significant part of medical community in US and Europe
    Enough evidence?

    Some people think Iran is a desert! Well, it is, if you consider California a desert. We share the same latitude. Iran is a modern country with breathtakingly beautiful nature and lots of historic places to visit. Please take a look at the following links to see if Iran looks like what you think or not! This is a photo of Tehran (Awesome, Isn't it?):

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/79/Tehran-2-1600.jpg

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tehran

    If you like you can visit these too, hundreds of pretty photos from the cities, nature and historic places:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Hills_south_west_of_Sanandaj_near_the_village_of_Kilaneh.jpg

    http://www.pbase.com/k_amj/throughout_iran&page=all

    http://www.pbase.com/k_amj/throughout_iran&page=2

    http://www.pbase.com/k_amj/throughout_iran&page=3

    http://www.bigsoccer.com:80/forum/showthread.php?t=199709&page=4

    http://www.bigsoccer.com/forum/showthread.php?t=199709&page=3

    http://www.bigsoccer.com/forum/showthread.php?t=199709&page=13

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iran

    Some people think music is forbidden in Iran. "Music of Iran and Iranian musicians have received countless awards in the course of history. Every year from 1977 to 2007.Evidence? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_Iran
    I send Iranian music to my American and Canadian chat friends and they all say they're some of the best songs they've ever heard.
    Here's a sample of the latest hits from two official Iranian music websites.You can just right click on the links below and choose "Save Target As" to download them. Iranian music is just modern pop which is based on electronic stuff.Experience how awsome music can be produced by electronic Trance drums instead of DJ music!

    1.(You know this: 2007) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Top33/128/Neorin%20-%20To%20Ino%20Miduni.mp3
    2.(Hold my hand: 2007) http://www.sarzaminmp3.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Mansour%20-%20Beautiful/09_%20Dastamo%20Begir.mp3
    3.(The wetness of your eyes: 2006) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Top33/128/Ehsan%20Gheibi%20-%20Khisie%20Cheshmat.mp3
    4.(I just want you: 2003) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Mansour/Crazy/Delam%20Faghat%20Toro%20Mikhaad(www.Bia2Music.com).MP3
    5.(The rain: 2007) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Siavash%20Ghomayshi/Sunset%20to%20Sunrise/64/Siavash%20Ghomayshi%20-%20Sunset%20to%20Sunrise%20-%2005%20Baroon%20(www.Bia2Music.com).wma
    6.(The window: 2005) http://www.sarzamin.org/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Siavash%20Ghomayshi/03_%20Panjereh.mp3
    7.(Keep me in your memory: 2005) http://www.sarzamin.org/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Siavash%20Ghomayshi/07_%20Yaade%20Man%20Baash.mp3
    8.(Farangis "A female name" 2007) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Siavash%20Ghomayshi/Sunset%20to%20Sunrise/64/Siavash%20Ghomayshi%20-%20Sunset%20to%20Sunrise%20-%2001%20Farangis%20(www.Bia2Music.com).wma
    9.(The distance: 2007) http://www.sarzaminsong.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Siavash%20Ghomayshi%20-%20Sunset%20to%20Sunrise/03_%20Faseleh.mp3
    10.(Sunrise: 2007) http://www.sarzaminsong.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Siavash%20Ghomayshi%20-%20Sunset%20to%20Sunrise/04_%20Tolou.mp3
    11.(Stop world:2006) http://www.sarzaminmusic.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Reza%20Sadeghi%20-%20Vaysa%20Donya/01_%20Vaysa%20Donya.mp3
    12.(You can't: 2007) http://www.sarzaminmp3.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Mansour%20-%20Beautiful/06_%20Nemitooni.mp3

    And so on and on!

    The first thing the West accuses our government of is that we don't allow personal freedoms. Actually, Iranians disobey laws they don't like as much as anyone.There are only a few restrictions.It's cool over here. People here do whatever they wish to! Many strict rules in other countries don't even exist in Iran. Also, you should understand that what may seem so normal to you, may be a nightmare for us and vise versa.Some of Iran's laws are based on OUR culture. You look at our country from "your own point of view"! In Iran most houses have a sattelite dish. Sattelite television has a serious influence on our people, and Iranians wear very fashionable clothing. Maybe it is a kind of imitation, but we still have our own unique Iranian style. A visitor might wonder if this is a country or a fantasy pageant of beauty queens! Make-up and fashionable clothing are everywhere.I ignore a few fuddy-duddies though!

    In my view, everything is great, if you ignore unemployment, drugs, inflation and air pollution. Also, you can't compare Iran today with the Iran you remember. The Shah and the Iatollah Khomini are both some 30 years in the past! 70% of Iran's population is a new generation (Under age 30) without the biases of the past and we've transformed everything.
    Ever heard Iranian girls are terrific?I've collected some photos showing Iranian girls! Look! Poeple are like this!

    http://www.salijoon.ir/bazigar/hedye%20tehrani/30nema4251159.JPG

    http://www.30nema.com/images/gallery/30nema4252403.jpg

    http://i10.tinypic.com/4clk3us.jpg

    http://tinypic.com/2d0nfao.jpg Is that enough?!
    Some people think women don't have any rights in Iran. But in my view, women are overrunning the place. They're very respectful, and they've been the winners in so many cases: Most of them get into the best universities because they're very smart. And they get the best jobs because of their high university degrees. They've got Islamic rights, and that has in some cases made it difficult for men to marry them, because husbands are supposed to buy them expensive things and treat them very well, otherwise women have the right to ask a great amount of money (called Mehr) according to the law, which most husbands cannot afford, so men will be imprisoned.The only thing that women are not allowed to do in Iran is getting into public football stadiums and that's because such places are full of cheeky guys. They do anything from taking part in rallies to singing pop songs.Anything! I've put a sample here.
    Another funny thing: Your footage about stoning the women who have committed adultery. Have you ever asked yourselves how many years ago that footage related to? But in one case the thing that had happened was incest not adultery. Most of those footages relate to the early days just after Iran's revolution! Otherwise you'd get new footages at least once a month!What exactly makes you think women are treated differently?The way they are treated in Saudi Arabia? Try to think of the racism in your country too.I found a BOOK of the U.S problems and it got me dizzy! Iran has its own problems too. Each country has its own problems. I know the freedom of speech in political field is so limited here, but does that really affect ordinary people? Those who are not involved in politics? You give me some dark examples which I already know of, but that doesn't mean Iran is not a good country.I can give you a long list of the violation of human rights in all countries not just here.

    http://web.amnesty.org/report2006/usa-summary-eng

    It's like MERELY talking about Guantanamo and C.I.A's secret prisons and some unjustified death penalties in the U.S, but does all that mean Americans don't have good lives? Certainly not. America is a great place.Please don't look at everything from one dimention.There's so much to see.
    Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan are --------- SEPERATE COUNTRIES! --------- Even within Iran, 60% of us are Persian and 30% are Turkish! Iran is a normal country like any other in the world. The Media are very good at creating really scary stuff: "IRAN BEHIND THE CLOSED DOORS!!!" "IRAN UNDERCOVER!!!" Some of that garbage would be enough to scare ME away! But in truth, Iranians are far more open-minded than you have been led to believe.
    There are lots of Iranians today who are geniuses and scientists, and are all under age 25. For instance a 17 year old boy has invented 72 amazing inventions. Every year a special scientific compeition is held here and students assemble to show off hundreds of inventions. Iranian students and sportsmen win gold and silver medals in different competitions in the world all the time, in robotics, biology, maths, physics, sports, anything! Why don't the Media talk about them? Please don't summarize our nation and culture with the single word "nuclear". Although we're proud of this achievement because we believe that having nuclear energy means that a country is developed.

    It's now 2007 and most people still think we are uneducated people living in deserts and riding camels!
    Part 2: Political info.
    Let's clarify some political issues as well: Some of the Americans think that president Ahmadinejad hates the U.S and Israel and wants to nuke them!! The Media are good at putting lying comments out there. I really don't get the point why our politicians defame themselves by talking about things that have got nothing to do with us. The thing is that they occasionally make some statements that the media would make them controversial topics to interest its viewers! For example they pick up some specific phrases of a long speech (without refering to the main points and reasons for that speech) and put so many bad comments on that.
    First of all, Iranians don't hate anyone.We hate neither Jews nor Americans. How would our guys dream of America, want to be like them as much as possible, and hate them at the same time?! The truth us that Iranians are the only people in the Mid-East that are pro-American! Being agaisnt the U.S policies is a different story! We live basically the same lives.Don't look at the way women dress in public places! You've got to see them in other places!I've got to say that for Iran, Israel is not equal with Jews! Israel is a gov't. Jews are faithful people! 20,000 Jews and lots of Christians live here equally with Iranians and two of Iran's parliment members are Jews. Who says we want to force others to convert to Islam? Have you ever found a Moslem knocking at your door asking you to do so?
    Christians and Jews are both God-believers and respectful to us.

    I wonder who Iran is really a threat to. Is it logical to say someone's guilty because we THINK / PREDICT that he's going to do something wrong? And they repeat the same "nuclear weapons" tosh over and over and brainwash people! Correction! It's "nuclear energy". Besides, how many "nuclear weapons" do they have themselves? Hundreds of thousands? Has Iran ever attacked any countries? No. Has it developed any nukes? No! That's what nuclear agency says. Only Iran's opponents are pulling Iran's leg and what they say is just based on political conflicts. What we're doing is legal. Iran is a peaceful country. Why? It's the regional super-power and if she wanted, she could easily invade the countries in our neibourhood just like what Saddam did to our country, but as you see Iran has peaceful relations with all of them.

    Some people say he said: Israel should be wiped off the map! the thing is that he exactly said: "The Imam "Khomeyni" said this regime occupying Jerusalem must vanish from the page of time."They've only told you this phrase not the whole thing and it's mistranslated intentionally. Besides, they've been saying such things for a long time.It's their habit.Here's an article."Wiped off the map....The roumor of the century.Read how the media and the U.S newspapers have twisted it into a controvertioal topic.

    http://www.antiwar.com/orig/norouzi.php?articleid=11025

    Now you see that you were wrong.Iran has always defended itself, but it's not an offensive country.

    Some say he's said: "The Holocaust is a myth!" Again, this is a single phrase taken from a long speech and there are totally logical reasons for saying so. If 6,000,000 Jews were killed, that's terrible, but 300,000 Shiite Moslems killed by Saddam aren't important at all? Over 650,000 Iraqi people are killed and that's not important?! When Fox News simply says that America and Israel are capable of destroying and killing Iran's population of 69,000,000 within two weeks, it's OK and no one says they're threatening other countries to nuke them (I saw this with my own eyes on the Fox News website) Millions of people killed in Afghanistan, Hiroshima & Nagasaki and the Vietnam war are not considered human beings at all! And that they misuse this event to justify their atrocities towards Palestinian people.Do they ever show you how they get into houses and open fire on innocent children, women and oldmen? Do they? It's funny that they're portrayed as the good guys while anyone trying to stand up against them (For example Palestinians whose land is OCCUPIED by Israel) are labled terrorist / insurgent /etc etc.Did you know the reason for that? Because many American politicians are Israeli Jews and that's why your media is pro-Israeli and anti-Moslem and that's why they never tell you the truth and portray a distorted picture of anything Islamic.Now I think you'd get the point why he's IRONICALLY said it's a myth. Moreover, don't you believe in freedom of speech/mind? Also, I see some people using the two terms "Jihad" and "Infidel" to insult Islam.I'll tell you what they mean:
    Jihad: An Arabic word meaning "effort".It means defending your country when it's attacked by the enemy or serving your country in any way (i.e by teaching, curing, helping others etc etc)
    Infidel: An old fashioned Arabic word which reffers to the tribe of Qureysh which lived 1400 years ago and fought prophet Mohammad.It doesn't mean non-Moslem, athiest etc etc.(I checked the English dictionary and it gives totally wrong definitions for both terms)
    Some countries are using Iran as a scapegoat to put the blame (for their own faults) on.
    This part is just for Americans:
    Those of you who say why Iran says "Death to America":
    1. 'America' to us means the U.S govt, not the people. How do you expect Iranians to mean "American people" when our media admires Americans for marching and holding up "no war" placards?! Also, I see a lot of "Let's nuke Iran"s on YA.Isn't that a kind of "Death to Iran"?
    2. The new generation don't say such things and if some of them occasionally march in the streets that's because some of the stupid guys enjoy making noise and they mainly go out there to meet their girlfriends/boyfriends! Strange. Isn't it?
    3. Such mottos are not just said in Iran and as you know whatever you hear is a response to the U.S govt's terrible actions which has made life for many people hell (You wouldn't deny that attacking countries is a mistake. Would you?)
    4. U.S. companies assistance in developing Iraq's chemical weapons facilities during the Iran-Iraq war which killed over a million Iranians
    5. USS Vincennes shooting down Iran Air Flight 655 with many civilian fatalities
    6.U.S. Support for anti-Iranian terrorist organisations (i.e. the MKO);
    7. Economic damage caused by U.S. sanctions and political pressure; U.S. UAV overflights over Iran violating Iranian airspace since 2003.

    When you call Ahmadinejad a nutcase for what he's said, what do you call Bush for his war crimes?
    To those who are upset with American hostages taken for 444 days:
    1. Firstly, It's related to so many years ago and it's almost a part of history, and don't forget that when there's a revolution, there'd be chaos and people may do things that they should not, moreover they're all alive and healthy. Aren't they?
    2.The U.S has arrested Iranian diplomats in Iraq and had tortured the one who was freed. Now you decide who has the right to be upset with whom. How do you believe in their lies about politics when they hide both the most and the least important things from you considering the fact that politics is the world of lies in its nature?!!!

    If you like to insist on your theory of attacking Israel, I'll tell you our logical theory: "The moment that Iran attacks Israel, Iran will be wiped off the face of the earth by the U.S and its allies and Iran is far more logical than doing such a stupid thing" So, forget about it.I'm quite sure you know that all the events and lies in the world are a part of a pre-planned scenario by major world-powers (Iran as an important country has always been a part of their plans)And the first step is to brainwash people.They excactly know what will happen even 50 years later! I think Iraq is such a good example.Attacking it with the excuse of removing Saddam while they'd put Saddam there themselves and had supported him for years! They said they had W.M.Ds and you believed them.Now they say Iran (a member of N.P.T) has nukes / is developing nukes and you believe them wilhe the nuclear agency hasn't found any sign of illegal activities.Time to wake up!
    Isn't it better for both countries to forget past conflicts and to have peaceful relations? Our two gov'ts are like 10 year old children playing a stupid, harsh, rhetorical game. They don't care about hurting people's feelings. They just try to make our two peoples enemies to achieve their own goals. We, as the people of these countries, MUST NOT allow these conflics into our hearts. Now, what do you think? I can't wait to see both nations in peace. It'd be marvelous!
    Did you find my article informative? : )
    Thanks for your time
    Look Brayn I know what you say, but this is being prejudice.Assuming that Iran is after nukes (It's not) it's not illegal.As you see Israel posesses 200 nuclear warheads illegally.If you explain it on this logic that it needs them to defend itself, then Iran too needs something to prevent others from attacking it and as you see many countries are after attacking it and that's all because of taking the control of it's enery resources.In one word: All these wars are because of oil.Fighting against terrorism and stuff are exuses to justify their actions.
    to pointless: Read the plitical part.Obviouse;y you all answer this question without reading it, so your answers are prejudice.Besides Iran has co-operated I.A.E.A too much.The U.S and some British countries don't get satisfied and talk nonsense, so Iran would retaliate it by lessening its co-operation.Also, if you've read the news recently, Iran allows their agents to come and visit its facilities and I.A.E.A's cameras are all over the place.Isn't that called making confidence?

    • ANSWER:
      Your name is all I had to read to see what you were saying. Look if those Nuclear Facilities are peaceful then why would you put them in bunkers? Oh because they aren't peaceful, look Iran's leader has sinister thoughts. The people are just fine, the government is corrupt.

  30. QUESTION:
    I need help finding out this old lifetime movie title... Please Help!?
    Okay i dont know much about this movie because i only watch a little of it a long time ago. But I do know for sure that it was on lifetime and it had to be in the early to mid 90's (but I could be wrong). The once scene i saw was this little girl goes to school (she was maybe in the 2nd or 3rd grade) and she starts to bleed from her private areas and the teacher calls the 911 well anywho they find out that her father or step father raped the little girl. It was incredably sad but i never watch all of it and really want to so if you could help me with the name and a place I could buy or download the movie it would be great THANKS SO MUCH!!!!
    I dont think ether of those are the movie I know the little girl was young and I know she was Cacasian and I dont remember the father but the teacher may have been the lady from Momma Mia but I could be wrong about that fact since its been so long. I was like 8 when I saw it and I'm 23 now.
    Found the movie thanks everyone It was called Untamed Love.

    • ANSWER:
      Indictment: The McMartin Trial 1995 made for tv movie maybe

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0113421/

      i looked and meryl streep didn't do a movie like that but may be mistaken http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000658/

      try this site- it has many of them kinds of movies listed http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pedophilia_and_child_sexual_abuse_in_films

      http://www.movierevie.ws/genres/183/1/Child-Abuse.html

      Congrats! where were you able to find it?
      you were definetly older than 8 when you saw it then- seems kind of young to watch a movie like that

  31. QUESTION:
    Am I the first man in the world who has......?
    who has decided to introduce the "real" Iran to the world?
    I believe that if you spend 10 minutes reading this essay, you will be better informed than if you listen to a lifetime's worth of Major Media news. This article has two parts:
    1. Cultural and general info
    2. Political info.
    Note: I've explained everything.Any answers before reading the whole thing will prove to be wrong.Specially the political part.I've provided evidence for whatever I say.It's just the way it is.
    ****
    Part 1: Cultural and general info
    Hi. I'm a 19 year old Iranian who has spent his life in Iran.I study English.When I chat with people from other countries, I am shocked to see how totally wrong their ideas are about Iran. I wrote this article in an attempt to help correct those ideas.Fisrt some interesting things:
    A few months ago Iran uncovered the most effective anti-H.I.V medicine. I searched for news of that on the internet, but there was no single sign of it.Now, I found it among the English news: "The medicine is produced from herbs using nano technology" The link to read about it is:

    http://www.payvand.com/news/07/feb/1032.html

    The Media are unjust. They never talk about facts!
    Some interesting facts:
    Iran is a pioneer in medicine and genetics, and Iranian surgeons have found lots of new methods for treating spinal defects, and many diseases (mainly the treatment for different types of cancer) and the best brain and heart surgeons are Iranian.The pioneer in heart transplants and artificiall hearts, "artificial vessels" using nano-technology (Reported a few days ago) and so on and so! (I've put two websites below) The head of the Mars Mission in NASA is Iranian. One of the best designers of sports cars working in Germany is Iranian. Some of the best 3D animators are Iranian. Iran is one of the best countries in counter-engineering. Holds the second place in building dams and in loads of other things! It's one of the top countries in bio-technology and nano-technology. The 4th highest tower in the world (Milad tower) is in Tehran (visit it at this link from wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Milad.jpg )
    51 of the top 100 universities in the Mid-East are in Iran, and they're among the top universities of the world as well. The champion weight-lifter, a woman the nobel peace prize are Iranian. The 6th top movie director in the world is Iranian.(Abbas Kiarostami) http://arts.guardian.co.uk/fridayreview/story/0,12102,1084266,00.html
    These are just small samples.If the media told you about Iran's achievemens everyday and didn't hide them, your news would be full of Iranian news!Iranian girls are famous for being terrific. We have Persian rugs and Persian literature, many Persian poets, artists and scientists that are world famous. Iranian culture is now westernized and only a little of the ancient culture has survived. According to statistics Tehran is the cheapest capital city in the world (one Dollar =about 950 Tomans) There are many other things. How many pages would you need to describe a country? Iran has nearly all the industries and technologies found in 'developed' countries. Oh, and we have four seasons! We get a lot of snow and there are skating rinks! lol The list is endless.

    I'm gonna introduce Iran's international news website to you (Press TV) which was established recently. It's fully in English. In the "Sic / Tech" section you'll always see Iran's discoveries. The address is:

    http://www.presstv.ir/news.aspx

    Press TV news: Iranian scientists have registered more than 4800 inventions during the last Iranian calendar year of 1385 (April 21 2006-April 20, 2007). 4800 inventions in just one year!
    The list of highly-respected Iranian scientists and engineers in the world:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Iranian_scientists_and_engineers#T

    The list of notable Iranian figures and pioneers:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contemporary_Medicine_in_Iran

    An extract: Iranian medical community is a significant part of medical community in US and Europe
    Enough evidence?

    Some people think Iran is a desert! Well, it is, if you consider California a desert. We share the same latitude. Iran is a modern country with breathtakingly beautiful nature and lots of historic places to visit. Please take a look at the following links to see if Iran looks like what you think or not! This is a photo of Tehran (Awesome, Isn't it?):

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/79/Tehran-2-1600.jpg

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tehran

    If you like you can visit these too, hundreds of pretty photos from the cities, nature and historic places:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Hills_south_west_of_Sanandaj_near_the_village_of_Kilaneh.jpg

    http://www.pbase.com/k_amj/throughout_iran&page=all

    http://www.pbase.com/k_amj/throughout_iran&page=2

    http://www.pbase.com/k_amj/throughout_iran&page=3

    http://www.bigsoccer.com:80/forum/showthread.php?t=199709&page=4

    http://www.bigsoccer.com/forum/showthread.php?t=199709&page=3

    http://www.bigsoccer.com/forum/showthread.php?t=199709&page=13

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iran

    Some people think music is forbidden in Iran. "Music of Iran and Iranian musicians have received countless awards in the course of history. Every year from 1977 to 2007.Evidence? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_Iran
    I send Iranian music to my American and Canadian chat friends and they all say they're some of the best songs they've ever heard.
    Here's a sample of the latest hits from two official Iranian music websites.You can just right click on the links below and choose "Save Target As" to download them. Iranian music is just modern pop which is based on electronic stuff.Experience how awsome music can be produced by electronic Trance drums instead of DJ music!

    1.(You know this: 2007) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Top33/128/Neorin%20-%20To%20Ino%20Miduni.mp3
    2.(Hold my hand: 2007) http://www.sarzaminmp3.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Mansour%20-%20Beautiful/09_%20Dastamo%20Begir.mp3
    3.(The wetness of your eyes: 2006) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Top33/128/Ehsan%20Gheibi%20-%20Khisie%20Cheshmat.mp3
    4.(I just want you: 2003) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Mansour/Crazy/Delam%20Faghat%20Toro%20Mikhaad(www.Bia2Music.com).MP3
    5.(The rain: 2007) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Siavash%20Ghomayshi/Sunset%20to%20Sunrise/64/Siavash%20Ghomayshi%20-%20Sunset%20to%20Sunrise%20-%2005%20Baroon%20(www.Bia2Music.com).wma
    6.(The window: 2005) http://www.sarzamin.org/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Siavash%20Ghomayshi/03_%20Panjereh.mp3
    7.(Keep me in your memory: 2005) http://www.sarzamin.org/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Siavash%20Ghomayshi/07_%20Yaade%20Man%20Baash.mp3
    8.(Farangis "A female name" 2007) http://download.bia2music.com/Music/Irani/Siavash%20Ghomayshi/Sunset%20to%20Sunrise/64/Siavash%20Ghomayshi%20-%20Sunset%20to%20Sunrise%20-%2001%20Farangis%20(www.Bia2Music.com).wma
    9.(The distance: 2007) http://www.sarzaminsong.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Siavash%20Ghomayshi%20-%20Sunset%20to%20Sunrise/03_%20Faseleh.mp3
    10.(Sunrise: 2007) http://www.sarzaminsong.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Siavash%20Ghomayshi%20-%20Sunset%20to%20Sunrise/04_%20Tolou.mp3
    11.(Stop world:2006) http://www.sarzaminmusic.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Reza%20Sadeghi%20-%20Vaysa%20Donya/01_%20Vaysa%20Donya.mp3
    12.(You can't: 2007) http://www.sarzaminmp3.com/Sarzaminmusic/Persian/128KB/Mansour%20-%20Beautiful/06_%20Nemitooni.mp3

    And so on and on!

    The first thing the West accuses our government of is that we don't allow personal freedoms. Actually, Iranians disobey laws they don't like as much as anyone.There are only a few restrictions.It's cool over here. People here do whatever they wish to! Many strict rules in other countries don't even exist in Iran. Also, you should understand that what may seem so normal to you, may be a nightmare for us and vise versa.Some of Iran's laws are based on OUR culture. You look at our country from "your own point of view"! In Iran most houses have a sattelite dish. Sattelite television has a serious influence on our people, and Iranians wear very fashionable clothing. Maybe it is a kind of imitation, but we still have our own unique Iranian style. A visitor might wonder if this is a country or a fantasy pageant of beauty queens! Make-up and fashionable clothing are everywhere.I ignore a few fuddy-duddies though!

    In my view, everything is great, if you ignore unemployment, drugs, inflation and air pollution. Also, you can't compare Iran today with the Iran you remember. The Shah and the Iatollah Khomini are both some 30 years in the past! 70% of Iran's population is a new generation (Under age 30) without the biases of the past and we've transformed everything.
    Ever heard Iranian girls are terrific?I've collected some photos showing Iranian girls! Look! Poeple are like this!

    http://www.salijoon.ir/bazigar/hedye%20tehrani/30nema4251159.JPG

    http://www.30nema.com/images/gallery/30nema4252403.jpg

    http://i10.tinypic.com/4clk3us.jpg

    http://tinypic.com/2d0nfao.jpg Is that enough?!
    Some people think women don't have any rights in Iran. But in my view, women are overrunning the place. They're very respectful, and they've been the winners in so many cases: Most of them get into the best universities because they're very smart. And they get the best jobs because of their high university degrees. They've got Islamic rights, and that has in some cases made it difficult for men to marry them, because husbands are supposed to buy them expensive things and treat them very well, otherwise women have the right to ask a great amount of money (called Mehr) according to the law, which most husbands cannot afford, so men will be imprisoned.The only thing that women are not allowed to do in Iran is getting into public football stadiums and that's because such places are full of cheeky guys. They do anything from taking part in rallies to singing pop songs.Anything! I've put a sample here.
    Another funny thing: Your footage about stoning the women who have committed adultery. Have you ever asked yourselves how many years ago that footage related to? But in one case the thing that had happened was incest not adultery. Most of those footages relate to the early days just after Iran's revolution! Otherwise you'd get new footages at least once a month!What exactly makes you think women are treated differently?The way they are treated in Saudi Arabia? Try to think of the racism in your country too.I found a BOOK of the U.S problems and it got me dizzy! Iran has its own problems too. Each country has its own problems. I know the freedom of speech in political field is so limited here, but does that really affect ordinary people? Those who are not involved in politics? You give me some dark examples which I already know of, but that doesn't mean Iran is not a good country.I can give you a long list of the violation of human rights in all countries not just here.

    http://web.amnesty.org/report2006/usa-summary-eng

    It's like MERELY talking about Guantanamo and C.I.A's secret prisons and some unjustified death penalties in the U.S, but does all that mean Americans don't have good lives? Certainly not. America is a great place.Please don't look at everything from one dimention.There's so much to see.
    Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan are --------- SEPERATE COUNTRIES! --------- Even within Iran, 60% of us are Persian and 30% are Turkish! Iran is a normal country like any other in the world. The Media are very good at creating really scary stuff: "IRAN BEHIND THE CLOSED DOORS!!!" "IRAN UNDERCOVER!!!" Some of that garbage would be enough to scare ME away! But in truth, Iranians are far more open-minded than you have been led to believe.
    There are lots of Iranians today who are geniuses and scientists, and are all under age 25. For instance a 17 year old boy has invented 72 amazing inventions. Every year a special scientific compeition is held here and students assemble to show off hundreds of inventions. Iranian students and sportsmen win gold and silver medals in different competitions in the world all the time, in robotics, biology, maths, physics, sports, anything! Why don't the Media talk about them? Please don't summarize our nation and culture with the single word "nuclear". Although we're proud of this achievement because we believe that having nuclear energy means that a country is developed.

    It's now 2007 and most people still think we are uneducated people living in deserts and riding camels!
    Part 2: Political info.
    Let's clarify some political issues as well: Some of the Americans think that president Ahmadinejad hates the U.S and Israel and wants to nuke them!! The Media are good at putting lying comments out there. I really don't get the point why our politicians defame themselves by talking about things that have got nothing to do with us. The thing is that they occasionally make some statements that the media would make them controversial topics to interest its viewers! For example they pick up some specific phrases of a long speech (without refering to the main points and reasons for that speech) and put so many bad comments on that.
    First of all, Iranians don't hate anyone.We hate neither Jews nor Americans. How would our guys dream of America, want to be like them as much as possible, and hate them at the same time?! The truth us that Iranians are the only people in the Mid-East that are pro-American! Being agaisnt the U.S policies is a different story! We live basically the same lives.Don't look at the way women dress in public places! You've got to see them in other places!I've got to say that for Iran, Israel is not equal with Jews! Israel is a gov't. Jews are faithful people! 20,000 Jews and lots of Christians live here equally with Iranians and two of Iran's parliment members are Jews. Who says we want to force others to convert to Islam? Have you ever found a Moslem knocking at your door asking you to do so?
    Christians and Jews are both God-believers and respectful to us.

    I wonder who Iran is really a threat to. Is it logical to say someone's guilty because we THINK / PREDICT that he's going to do something wrong? And they repeat the same "nuclear weapons" tosh over and over and brainwash people! Correction! It's "nuclear energy". Besides, how many "nuclear weapons" do they have themselves? Hundreds of thousands? Has Iran ever attacked any countries? No. Has it developed any nukes? No! That's what nuclear agency says. Only Iran's opponents are pulling Iran's leg and what they say is just based on political conflicts. What we're doing is legal. Iran is a peaceful country. Why? It's the regional super-power and if she wanted, she could easily invade the countries in our neibourhood just like what Saddam did to our country, but as you see Iran has peaceful relations with all of them.

    Some people say he said: Israel should be wiped off the map! the thing is that he exactly said: "The Imam "Khomeyni" said this regime occupying Jerusalem must vanish from the page of time."They've only told you this phrase not the whole thing and it's mistranslated intentionally. Besides, they've been saying such things for a long time.It's their habit.Here's an article."Wiped off the map....The roumor of the century.Read how the media and the U.S newspapers have twisted it into a controvertioal topic.

    http://www.antiwar.com/orig/norouzi.php?articleid=11025

    Now you see that you were wrong.Iran has always defended itself, but it's not an offensive country.

    Some say he's said: "The Holocaust is a myth!" Again, this is a single phrase taken from a long speech and there are totally logical reasons for saying so. If 6,000,000 Jews were killed, that's terrible, but 300,000 Shiite Moslems killed by Saddam aren't important at all? Over 650,000 Iraqi people are killed and that's not important?! When Fox News simply says that America and Israel are capable of destroying and killing Iran's population of 69,000,000 within two weeks, it's OK and no one says they're threatening other countries to nuke them (I saw this with my own eyes on the Fox News website) Millions of people killed in Afghanistan, Hiroshima & Nagasaki and the Vietnam war are not considered human beings at all! And that they misuse this event to justify their atrocities towards Palestinian people.Do they ever show you how they get into houses and open fire on innocent children, women and oldmen? Do they? It's funny that they're portrayed as the good guys while anyone trying to stand up against them (For example Palestinians whose land is "occupied" by Israel) are labled terrorist / insurgent /etc etc.Did you know the reason for that? Because many American politicians are Israeli Jews and that's why your media is pro-Israeli and anti-Moslem and that's why they never tell you the truth and portray a distorted picture of anything Islamic.Now I think you'd get the point why he's IRONICALLY said it's a myth. Moreover, don't you believe in freedom of speech/mind?
    Some countries are using Iran as a scapegoat to put the blame (for their own faults) on.

    This part is just for intelligent Americans (Most of them):
    Those of you who say why Iran says "Death to America":
    1. 'America' to us means the U.S govt, not the people. How do you expect Iranians to mean "American people" when our media admires Americans for marching and holding up "no war" placards?! Also, I see a lot of "Let's nuke Iran"s on YA.Isn't that a kind of "Death to Iran"?
    2. The new generation don't say such things and if some of them occasionally march in the streets that's because some of the stupid guys enjoy making noise and they mainly go out there to meet their girlfriends/boyfriends! Strange. Isn't it?
    3. Such mottos are not just said in Iran and as you know whatever you hear is a response to the U.S govt's terrible actions which has made life for many people hell (You wouldn't deny that attacking countries is a mistake. Would you?)
    4. U.S. companies assistance in developing Iraq's chemical weapons facilities during the Iran-Iraq war which killed over a million Iranians
    5. USS Vincennes shooting down Iran Air Flight 655 with many civilian fatalities
    6.U.S. Support for anti-Iranian terrorist organisations (i.e. the MKO);
    7. Economic damage caused by U.S. sanctions and political pressure; U.S. UAV overflights over Iran violating Iranian airspace since 2003.

    When you call Ahmadinejad a nutcase for what he's said, what do you call Bush for his war crimes?
    To those who are upset with American hostages taken for 444 days:
    1. Firstly, It's related to so many years ago and it's almost a part of history, and don't forget that when there's a revolution, there'd be chaos and people may do things that they should not, moreover they're all alive and healthy. Aren't they?
    2.The U.S has arrested Iranian diplomats in Iraq and had tortured the one who was freed. Now you decide who has the right to be upset with whom. How do you believe in their lies about politics when they hide both the most and the least important things from you considering the fact that politics is the world of lies in its nature?!!!

    If you like to insist on your theory of attacking Israel, I'll tell you our logical theory: "The moment that Iran attacks Israel, Iran will be wiped off the face of the earth by the U.S and its allies and Iran is far more logical than doing such a stupid thing" So, forget about it.I'm quite sure you know that all the events and lies in the world are a part of a pre-planned scenario by major world-powers (Iran as an important country has always been a part of their plans)And the first step is to brainwash people.They excactly know what will happen even 50 years later! I think Iraq is such a good example.Attacking it with the excuse of removing Saddam while they'd put Saddam there themselves and had supported him for years! They said they had W.M.Ds and you believed them.Now they say Iran (a member of N.P.T) has nukes / is developing nukes and you believe them wilhe the nuclear agency hasn't found any sign of illegal activities.Time to wake up!
    Isn't it better for both countries to forget past conflicts and to have peaceful relations? Our two gov'ts are like 10 year old children playing a stupid, harsh, rhetorical game. They don't care about hurting people's feelings. They just try to make our two peoples enemies to achieve their own goals. We, as the people of these countries, MUST NOT allow these conflics into our hearts. Now, what do you think? I can't wait to see both nations in peace. It'd be marvelous!
    Did you find my article informative? : )
    Thanks for your time
    To stephen: Yes, I totally agree with you.I'll tell you what.Believe me not him.We here think of him as a moron, but hey we're gonna choose a new pres in 2009! I'll vote for the former one.He's proved to be the right man.Just one thing: plz never think politics and the reality are the same because they often contradict.

    • ANSWER:
      Then perhaps you could explain why your president is being so openly provocative?

      he has made inflammatory statements that fit in with the Western Notion that Iran is merely a hotbed of radical extremists who, if given half a chance, would blow you up.

      The real problem lies in a conflict of images. You can say one thing, yet your president says another. Who am I to believe?

  32. QUESTION:
    100 movies/books/albums to see/read/listen to in a lifetime...where can i find stuff like that?

    • ANSWER:
      wikipedia has lists of '100 best...'

  33. QUESTION:
    I need a huuuuge favour by Wednesday! Pul-LEASE help!? Famous people from France?!?
    Well, for school we have to look up 5 famous immigrants from France. No, I'm not talkn' people with French origin. I mean the real thing. Like people who once lived in France and came to America in their lifetime. So far all I've got is Audrey Hepburn and Claudeite Colbert. ANNND they had to have immigrated to America! So please help me! Please please please! I've been searching for 3 hours and haven't found anything! ;_;

    • ANSWER:
      Audrey Hepburn was not French. Let me see who else I can think of right now...

      1) Michael Vartan - aka Michael Vaughn in Alias - he's French by birthplace, not by blood, but still French by all means. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Vartan )

      2) Gilles Marini - also an actor, best known for his role as Dante in SATC movie and currently participating in Dancing with the Stars. He's French (by birth and by blood) and currently resides in California. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilles_Marini )

      3) Julie Delpy - great actress, best known for the movies Before Sunrise and Before Sunset, both which she starred with Ethan Hawke. She is a naturalised American, but still retains her French citizenship. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_Delpy )

      4) Amanda Filipacchi - writer, French born and now of American nationality. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amanda_Filipacchi )

      5) Jacques Pepin - a utterly fabulous and famous chef/ tv personality/ author of cookboks etc, who worked with another fabulous chef Julia Child. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacques_Pepin )

      6) Vanessa Paradis - singer/actress and partner of Johnny Depp, they split their time between France and America (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vanessa_Paradis )

      I hope the above list is helpful.

      * Update *
      It seems like Wikipedia has a list of notable French Americans but be careful about using it - some of the people listed are French descendent but were born and raised in US, so I don't think those would work for what you required. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_French_Americans )

  34. QUESTION:
    Does anyone know the name of this movie?
    I saw this movie about 5 years ago (yikes) and I never got to see the end. It was about a family, i think it was a dad and his two sons and a woman that the dad was dating, and they were going on a road trip. They decided to stop at this old town and it looked like everyone in the town just got up and left one day at breakfast. they went to go back to their car and the wires were cut and they end up trapped in the town. later on in the movie they found a camera that had footage of some teenagers who went through the town and it shows them getting killed off one by one. then shortly after that you see a piece of human skin hanging up and the family gets super scared and really tries to leave but they cant' find one of the family members. that's all i saw. does it sound familiar to anyone? thanks! i hope someone knows what i'm talking about

    • ANSWER:
      Disappearance (2002 TV movie)
      starring Harry Hamlin, Susan Dey, Jeremy Lelliott, Basia A'Hern, Jamie Croft, Jeremy Kewley, Roger Newcombe
      Wikipedia synopsis:
      A family driving through the U.S. state of Nevada discover an old ghost town, Weaver, and stop to take snapshots. Patrons at an estranged diner, in a lobotomized or brainwashed state, claim to not have heard of Weaver, although a gas-station attendant warns Jim Henley to "stay on the pavement." Henley, his wife Patty, his son Matt, along with Matt's friend Ethan and sister Kate make their way to the ghost town, discovering mysterious symbols and a human-sized dry skin on a wall, also discovering a video tape, which reveals previous visitors were taken by an unseen force, ending with a girl running from the unseen threat. The car, an SUV, is disabled and the family is forced to spend the night in one of the abandoned buildings. The unseen person/force steals their car, along with a flashlight and Jim's sweater.

      The next day, the family discovers the car has been stolen. Deciding to split up, Kate, Patty, and Matt remain in the building while Jim and Ethan set out for the diner. Ethan is attacked by a snake in the desert, but it only bites his wallet. Jim and Ethan also discover a large expanse of glass in the middle of the desert - a plaque in the centre of which reveals it to be a 1948 neutron bomb test site called, naturally enough, "Ground Zero". Ethan vanishes when walking just ahead of Jim over a ridge, and Jim runs off to a nearby car graveyard glimpsed in the distance, where many stolen vehicles, including his SUV are parked in the same fashion as the symbol on the wall. Meanwhile, Patty goes to use the bathroom, notices someone watching her, but falls through rotten boards into a mine shaft. Patty hears growling sounds from below, and climbs further up, discovering many stolen items including a familiar sweater.
      You can read the rest here:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disappearance_(film)

      Lifetime Movie Channel has been airing this one fairly often. Even though I have it videotaped, I still watch it every time if possible. There's a heated debate on the IMDb about what people think happened before the events of the film as well as during. I frequently suggest this one on Y!A Movies lists.

  35. QUESTION:
    What's the Bio-movie of Marilyn Monroe?
    I'm looking for a movie that I saw a few years ago based on the life of Marilyn Monroe. I just finished watching Norma Jean and Marilyn and it wasn't the one I saw, and I can't seem to find a lot of other options.

    I'm not 100% sure, but I'm assuming it's a TV movie, and I'm also assuming that it was made/aired after 2003 (I remember it looking new, and I may have seen it on a regular network like ABC or NBC as opposed to Lifetime). I don't remember any of the actors who played in it, which basically eliminates my hope of finding it on IMDB, and when I search for the "character" of Marilyn Monroe, I'm mostly getting lists of her own roles or tiny 10-second parts for scenes with random things like drag queens.

    Honestly, all I really remember is a scene when she's still "Norma Jean", with long, curly red hair (I remember the actress playing this scene as being beautiful and not really reminding me of Marilyn Monroe); she's going in for a photo shoot and she's surprised and worried when she finds out that these are going to be nude photos. I don't know most of the story of Marilyn Monroe, but I remember assuming when I watched this scene that these photos came back to haunt her somehow (that's the feeling I read from the faces and attitude in the room of the scene). I'm also assuming this is a TV movie because I remember not seeing any actual nudity; I remember actually seeing the photoshoot go on in the movie and seeing no nudity, so it didn't go right to commercial to edit out the nudity for the sake of airing it on public TV.

    So that's all I have; I know it's not a lot to work with, but if anyone knows what movie this is, great. Or if you can find/give me a list of movies based on Marilyn Monroe, that's great too...atleast then I can have something to look up to try and narrow my search down!

    • ANSWER:
      maybe it's "Blonde" starring Poppy Montgomery from the tv show Without a Trace.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blonde_(film)

  36. QUESTION:
    who plays the girl on the memory keepers daughter?
    pheobe!?!

    • ANSWER:
      Oddly enough, IMDB doesn't have full cast list. It took a little scanning around, but both an article regarding the Lifetime movie and Wikipedia list the actress who played Phoebe as Krystal Hope Nausbaum. No IMDB page on her either...hmmm.

  37. QUESTION:
    what is this movie called? where can i find it?
    it's from the late eighties i think, maybe early nineties. It was about a mom and her daughter coming over to america from ireland, i think, on a boat. the mom died on the boat and the daughter started her life in america as a maid or something along those lines. she married the guy she was working for and the rest of the movie was about the family through the years, all the way up to like 1984 or something. i remember one part was when this girl was a partier in the 60's and changed her life to be out in some island country and she wanted to be a doctor and help the people there....i think it was on lifetime or a&e, some channel like that and it's a reaaaaally long movie. thanks for the help!

    • ANSWER:
      look up Wikipedia, it has a big section on a list of movies from different years.

  38. QUESTION:
    Harry Potter or Twilight?
    Okay there's this little thing going on about how Twilight kicks Harry Potter's butt and vice versa.

    Honestly, which one is the best??
    Compare:
    The Books
    The Movies.
    The viewers/readers/critics reviews.

    DO NOT COMPARE THE ACTORS/ASTRESSES that plays the characters. I dont want to know nothing of that.

    ALL OPINIONS SHOULD BE AND WILL BE RESPECTED.
    BUT BE REASONABLE. Meaning dont write something that says "I like them because they're hot and sexy....etc."
    TELL ME WHY!!! DONT JUST TELL ME WHAT YOUR CHOICE IS!!! HOw IS THAT GONNA PROVE THEY'RE THE BEST??!?!?
    Edward and Bella Forever:

    How do you know I haven't read the books?!?!!! In fact I have!! I have all of 'em!! Want to see a picture!?!

    And I just want to know. I know its my opinion but can a person see other people's opinion besides herselves?!
    What the heck is wrong with that?!?! Geesh!!

    • ANSWER:
      You want me to compare twilight to harry potter by the books and movies and reviews. I have seen and read all twilight and harry potter movies and read plenty of reviews on them.

      Harry Potter books have imagination that draw readers in and it isn't written in first person, which is preferred so the readers can make there own opinouns about the characters. This is why I like harry potter: it created a world of imagination that only keeps getting better and is magical and delightful to read, that put a smile on my face.

      I didn't like Twilight, because Twilight lacks any imagination and Bella had limited emotions. The characters were badly developed, and Edward was too perfect he just got boring. It was a tame, predictable book: and leaving me a sense of dissappointment (I read it before the massive hype) As the series progressed, Bella became more unlikeable and Edward (as though he was seemed perfect) had impossible flaws like being overprotective. And it was ridiculous

      THE MOVIES:
      Harry Potter
      I was seven when I saw this and loved it. Chris Columbus managed to absorb the universal themes in harry potter to create something that was once-in-a-lifetime. It had a beautiful score and had morals about friendship. I guess morals are very good in movies. As the years progressed, I had my OCD with Harry Potter: I was interested in the imaginative characters. And it was very well acted all throughout the series. When a character died, I felt that I died inside. No movie can ever do that to me, and this series is a first.
      Twilight:
      I was fourteen, my sister (16 yr old, seen it 4 times) took me. I have hope in movies; that they'll always be better. But the directer, Catherine Hardwicke had bad direction. It was fussy and the visual effects were lacking. The THIRTEEN directer made this movie annoying and unbearable with the low character development, bad editing and the over and under acting. Twilight doesn't have any morals, and the finale was tame. A vampire movie needs that gorey bite to it, but it was forgettable.

      REVIEWS
      On a site called www.rottentomatoes.com, which counts critic's reviews for films, Harry Potter 1 got a 77%, which was actually the lowest in the whole entire series. Twilight, however got 49%.
      On wikipedia, Twilight opened to mix reviews for similar reasons that I have listed for the novel.
      Harry Potter got exceptional reviews and a massive fan base that will emerge as one of the wonders of the 21st century.

      We will tell our kids about Harry Potter, never about Twilight.

  39. QUESTION:
    Tamil films are the best. anyone disagree?
    Our films win at least 4 national awards every year examples Nayagan, Moondram Pirai, Aadukalam (which won over 50 awards in it's lifetime other than national awards), Pithamagan, Ram, Vaagai sooda vaa and vazhakku en (which i'm sure will win alot of accolades)

    Our films are some of the most expensive examples Endhiran (most expensive film n India), 7aam arivu (84 crore), Thuppakki (70 crore), Vishwarooopam (100 crore) and I (vikram-Shankar film 100 crore)

    Our films are the highest grossers link-

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_highest_grossing_Tamil_films

    Our actors are some of the highest paid in India Rajini (second highest paid actor in Asia and highest paid in India), Suriya (30 crore), Ajith, Vijay and Kamal (20 crore each), Vikram (15 crore)

    We have the best sci films with good story lines Endhiran, 7aam arivu, Maattrraan, Dasavatharam etc.

    We introduce alot of technology through films to India- motion capture (Maattrraan), arri alexa camera (Thuppakki), auro 3d (Vishwaroopam)

    We have some of the best actors in the world- Kamal, Vikram and Dhanush

    We have the most respected actors and technicians- Rajini, Kamal, Mani Ratnam (his film Nayagan was the only India film to make it to Time magazines top 100 films), Shankar (director of endhiran), AR Murugadoss (the hindi version of Ghajini was the first Hindi film to cross 100 crore), Dhanush (kolaveri di sensation) and more...

    we release the most films in south india

    • ANSWER:
      I completely Agree. They are Amazing. All bollywood Movies will copy them.
      Good Music, Good Stories, Indian nativity, Amazing Actors, Movies will be be like realtime
      Only Tamil Actor Can Become Indian Star.

  40. QUESTION:
    Does anybody know Marilyn Monroe's child hood story?
    and what she had to go through growing up?

    • ANSWER:
      Marilyn Monroe
      From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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      Marilyn Monroe

      Monroe in a promotional still for The Prince and the Showgirl, 1957
      Birth name Norma Jeane Mortenson
      Born June 1, 1926
      Los Angeles, California
      Died August 5, 1962 (aged 36)
      Brentwood, California
      Other name(s) Norma Jeane Baker
      Years active 1947-1962
      Spouse(s) James Dougherty (1942-1946)
      Joe DiMaggio (1954)
      Arthur Miller (1956-1961)
      Official site Marilyn Monroe
      Notable roles Lorelei Lee in
      Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
      The Girl in The Seven Year Itch
      Chérie in Bus Stop
      Sugar Kane in Some Like It Hot
      Roslyn Taber in The Misfits
      Marilyn Monroe (born Norma Jeane Mortenson on June 1, 1926 – August 5, 1962), was a Golden Globe Award-winning American actress, singer, model and pop icon. She was known for her comedic skills and screen presence, going on to become one of the most popular movie stars of the 1950s. Later in her career, she worked towards serious roles with a measure of success. However, long-standing problems were exacerbated by disappointments in both her career and personal life during her later years. Her death has been subject to speculation and conspiracy theories.

      Contents [hide]
      1 Early life
      2 Career
      2.1 Early years
      2.2 Stardom
      2.3 Later years
      3 Marriages
      3.1 James Dougherty
      3.2 Joe DiMaggio
      3.3 Arthur Miller
      4 Death and aftermath
      4.1 Administration of estate
      5 Quotes
      6 Miscellaneous facts
      7 Selected films
      8 Awards and nominations
      9 See also
      10 References
      11 Further reading
      12 External links

      [edit] Early life
      Marilyn Monroe was born under the name of Norma Jeane Mortenson in the charity ward of the Los Angeles County Hospital.[1][2] According to biographer Fred Lawrence Guiles, her grandmother, Della Monroe Grainger, had her baptized Norma Jeane Baker by Aimee Semple McPherson.[1] She obtained an order from the City Court of the State of New York and legally changed her name to Marilyn Monroe on February 23, 1956. [3]

      Her Mexican-born mother, Gladys Pearl Monroe (born in Piedras Negras, Mexico), had returned from Kentucky. Many biographers believe Norma Jeane's biological father was Charles Stanley Gifford, a salesman for the RKO studios where Gladys worked as a film-cutter. Monroe's birth certificate lists Gladys's second husband, Norwegian immigrant Martin Edward Mortenson, as the father. While Mortenson left Gladys before Norma Jeane's birth, some biographers think he may have been the father.[4] In an interview with Lifetime, James Dougherty, her first husband, said Norma Jeane believed that Gifford was her father. Whoever the father was, he played no part in Monroe's life.

      Unable to persuade Della to take Norma Jeane, Gladys placed her with foster parents Albert and Ida Bolender of Hawthorne, California, where she lived until she was seven. In her autobiography My Story, Monroe states she thought Albert was a girl. However, some do not consider My Story trustworthy, as the book was a collaboration between Monroe and ghost-writer Ben Hecht and it was assumed Monroe was keen on dramatizing and coloring her past in order to make her public image more vulnerable. Hecht divulged to his agent: "It is easy to know when she is telling the truth. The moment a true thing comes out of her mouth, her eyes shed tears. She's like her own lie detector."[5] In 2001, the book was reissued and Hecht was given credit.[6]

      Gladys visited Norma Jeane every Saturday. One day, she announced that she had bought a house. A few months after they had moved in, Gladys suffered a breakdown. In My Story, Monroe recalls her mother "screaming and laughing" as she was forcibly removed to the State Hospital in Norwalk. Gladys's father, Otis, died in an asylum near San Bernardino from syphilis. According to My Sister Marilyn, Gladys's brother, Marion, hanged himself upon his release from an asylum, and Della's father did the same in a fit of depression.

      Norma Jeane was declared a ward of state, and Gladys's best friend, Grace McKee (later Goddard) became her guardian. After McKee married in 1935, Norma Jeane was sent to the Los Angeles Orphans Home (later renamed Hollygrove), and then to a succession of foster homes.

      The Goddards were about to move to the east coast and could not take her. Grace approached the mother of James Dougherty about the possibility of her son marrying the girl. They married two weeks after she turned 16, so that Norma Jeane would not have to return to an orphanage or foster care.

      [edit] Career

      [edit] Early years
      While her husband was in the Merchant Marine during World War II, Norma Jeane Dougherty moved in with her mother-in-law, and started to work in the Radioplane Company factory (owned by Hollywood actor Reginald Denny), spraying airplane parts with fire retardant and inspecting parachutes. Army photographer David Conover was scouting local factories, taking photos for a YANK magazine article about women contributing to the war effort. He saw her potential as a model and she was soon signed by The Blue Book modelling agency. In his book Finding Marilyn, Conover claimed the two had an affair that lasted years. Shortly after signing with the agency, Monroe had her hair cut, straightened and lightened to golden blonde.

      She became one of Blue Book's most successful models, appearing on dozens of magazine covers. In 1946, she came to the attention of talent scout Ben Lyon. He arranged a screen test for her with 20th Century Fox. She was offered a standard six-month contract with a starting salary of 5 per week.[7]

      Lyon suggested she adopt Marilyn (after Marilyn Miller) as her stage name, since Norma Jeane wasn't considered commercial enough. For her last name, she took her mother's maiden name. Thus, the twenty-year-old Norma Jeane Baker became Marilyn Monroe. During her first half year at Fox, Monroe was given no work, but Fox renewed her contract and she was given minor appearances in Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay! and Dangerous Years, both released in 1947. In Scudda Hoo!, her part was edited out of the film except for a quick glimpse of her face when she speaks two words. Fox decided not to renew her contract again. Monroe returned to modelling and began to network and make contacts in Hollywood.

      In 1948, a six-month stint at Columbia Pictures saw her star in Ladies of the Chorus, but the low-budget musical was not a success and Monroe was dropped yet again. She then met one of Hollywood's top agents, Johnny Hyde, who had Fox re-sign her after MGM turned her down. Fox Vice-President Darryl F. Zanuck was not convinced of Monroe's potential, but due to Hyde's persistence, she gained supporting parts in Fox's All About Eve and MGM's The Asphalt Jungle. Even though the roles were small, movie-goers as well as critics took notice. Hyde also arranged for her to have minor plastic surgery on her nose and chin, adding that to earlier dental surgery.[8][9][10][11]

      The next two years were filled with inconsequential roles in standard fare such as We're Not Married! and Love Nest. However, RKO executives used her to boost box office potential of the Fritz Lang production Clash by Night. After the film performed well, Fox employed a similar tactic and she was cast as the ditzy receptionist with Cary Grant and Ginger Rogers in Howard Hawks's slapstick comedy Monkey Business. Critics no longer ignored her, and both films's success at the box office was partly attributed to Monroe's growing popularity.

      Fox finally gave her a starring role in 1952 with Don't Bother to Knock, in which she portrayed a deranged babysitter who attacks the little girl in her care. It was a cheaply made B-movie, and although the reviews were mixed, many claimed that it demonstrated Monroe's ability and confirmed that she was ready for more leading roles. Her performance in the film has since been noted as one of the finest of her career by many critics.[12]

      [edit] Stardom
      Marilyn Monroe Playboy centerfold
      appearance December 1953
      Birthplace Los Angeles, California
      Birthdate June 1, 1926
      Measurements 37C - 23 - 36
      Height 5 ft 5½ in
      Weight 118 lb
      Preceded by None
      Succeeded by Margie Harrison

      Monroe in NiagaraMonroe proved she could carry a big-budget film when she starred in Niagara in 1953. Movie critics focused on Monroe's connection with the camera as much as on the sinister plot.[13] She played an unbalanced woman planning to murder her husband.

      Around this time, nude photos of Monroe began to surface, taken by photographer Tom Kelley when she had been struggling for work. Prints were bought by Hugh Hefner and, in December 1953, appeared in the first edition of Playboy. To the dismay of Fox, Monroe decided to publicly admit it was indeed her in the pictures. When a journalist asked her what she wore in bed she replied, "Chanel no.5". When asked what she had on during the photo shoot, she replied, "The radio".

      Over the following months, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and How to Marry a Millionaire cemented Monroe's status as an A-list actress and she became one of the world's biggest movie stars. The lavish Technicolor comedy films established Monroe's "dumb blonde" on-screen persona.

      In Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Monroe's turn as gold-digging showgirl Lorelei Lee won her rave reviews,[14] and the scene where she sang "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" has inspired the likes of Madonna,[15] Kylie Minogue[16] and Geri Halliwell. In the Los Angeles premiere of the film, Monroe and co-star Jane Russell pressed their foot- and handprints in the cement in the forecourt of Grauman's Chinese Theatre.

      In How to Marry a Millionaire, Monroe was teamed up with Lauren Bacall and Betty Grable. She played a short-sighted dumb blonde, and even though the role was stereotypical, critics took note of her comedic timing.[17]

      Her next two films, the western River of No Return and the musical There's No Business Like Show Business, were not successful. Monroe got tired of the roles that Zanuck assigned her. After completing work on The Seven Year Itch in early 1955, she broke her contract and fled Hollywood to study acting at The Actors Studio in New York. Fox would not accede to her contract demands and insisted she return to work on productions she considered inappropriate, such as The Girl in Pink Tights (which was never filmed), The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing, and How to Be Very, Very Popular.

      Monroe stayed in New York. As The Seven Year Itch raced to the top of the box office in the summer of 1955, and with Fox starlets Jayne Mansfield and Sheree North failing to click with audiences, Zanuck admitted defeat and Monroe returned to Hollywood. A new contract was drawn up, giving Monroe approval of the director as well as the option to act in other studios' projects.

      The first film to be made under the contract was Bus Stop, directed by Joshua Logan. She played Chérie,[18] a saloon bar singer who falls in love with a cowboy. Monroe deliberately appeared badly made-up and unglamorous.

      She was nominated for a Golden Globe for the performance and was praised by critics. Bosley Crowther of The New York Times proclaimed: "Hold on to your chairs, everybody, and get set for a rattling surprise. Marilyn Monroe has finally proved herself an actress." In his autobiography, Movie Stars, Real People and Me, director Joshua Logan wrote: "I found Marilyn to be one of the great talents of all time... She struck me as being a much brighter person than I had ever imagined, and I think that was the first time I learned that intelligence and, yes brilliance have nothing to do with education."

      Monroe formed her own production company with friend and photographer Milton H. Greene. Marilyn Monroe Productions released its first and only film The Prince and the Showgirl in 1957 to mixed reviews. Along with executive-producing the film, she starred opposite the acclaimed British actor Laurence Olivier, who also directed it.

      Olivier became furious at her habit of being late to the set, as well as her dependency on her drama coach, Paula Strasberg. Monroe's performance was hailed by critics, especially in Europe, where she was handed the David di Donatello, the Italian equivalent of the Academy Award, as well as the French Crystal Star Award. She was also nominated for the British BAFTA award.

      [edit] Later years
      In 1959, she scored the biggest hit of her career starring alongside Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon in Billy Wilder's comedy Some Like It Hot. After shooting finished, Wilder publicly blasted Monroe for her difficult on-set behavior. Soon, however, Wilder's attitude softened, and he hailed her as a great comedienne. Some Like It Hot is consistently rated as one of the best films ever made.[19] Monroe's performance earned her a Golden Globe for best actress in musical or comedy. The New York Times proclaimed Monroe a "talented comedienne."

      After Some Like It Hot, Monroe shot Let's Make Love directed by George Cukor and co-starring Yves Montand. Monroe was forced to shoot the picture because of her obligations to Twentieth Century-Fox. While the film was not a commercial or critical success, it included one of Monroe's legendary musical numbers, Cole Porter's "My Heart Belongs to Daddy".

      Screen test for Something's Got to Give.Arthur Miller wrote what became her and her co-star Clark Gable's last completed film, The Misfits. The exhausting shoot took place in the hot Nevada desert. Monroe's tardiness became chronic and the shoot was troublesome. Despite this, Monroe, Gable and Montgomery Clift delivered performances that are considered excellent by contemporary movie critics.[20] Monroe became friends with Clift, with whom she felt a deep connection. Tabloid magazines blamed Gable's death of a heart attack on Monroe, claiming she had given him a hard time on the set. Gable, however, insisted on doing his own stunts and was a heavy smoker. After Gable's death, Monroe attended the baptism of his son.

      Some of the most famous photographs of her were taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961 as a feature for the 25th anniversary issue of LOOK magazine.

      Monroe returned to Hollywood to resume filming on the George Cukor comedy Something's Got to Give, a never-finished film that has become legendary for problems on the set and proved a costly debacle for Fox. In May 1962, she made her last significant public appearance, singing Happy Birthday, Mr. President at a televised birthday party for President John F. Kennedy. After shooting what was claimed to have been the first ever nude scene by a major motion picture actress, Monroe's attendance on the set became even more erratic. On June 1, her thirty-sixth birthday, she attended a charity event at Dodger Stadium.

      Happy Birthday, Mr. President May 1962Already financially strained by the production costs of Cleopatra, starring Elizabeth Taylor, Fox dropped Monroe from the film and replaced her with Lee Remick. However, co-star Dean Martin was unwilling to work with anyone but Monroe and she was rehired.

      Monroe conducted a lengthy interview with Life, in which she expressed how bitter she was about Hollywood labeling her as a dumb blonde and how much she loved her audience.[21] She also did a photo shoot for Vogue, and began discussing a future film project with Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra, according to the Donald Spoto biography. Furthermore, she was planning to star in a biopic of Jean Harlow. Other projects being considered for her were What a Way to Go! and a musical version of A Tree Grows In Brooklyn.

      Before the shooting of Something's Got to Give resumed, Monroe was found dead in her Los Angeles home on the morning of August 5, 1962. She remains one of the 20th century's legendary public figures and archetypal Hollywood movie stars.

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      [edit] Marriages

      [edit] James Dougherty
      Monroe married James Dougherty on June 19, 1942. In The Secret Happiness of Marilyn Monroe and To Norma Jeane with Love, Jimmie, he claimed they were in love but dreams of stardom lured her away. In 1953 he wrote a piece called "Marilyn Monroe Was My Wife" for Photoplay, in which he claimed that if he left her. He appeared on To Tell the Truth in April 7, 1967 as "Marilyn Monroe's real first husband".

      In the 2004 documentary Marilyn's Man, Dougherty made three new claims: he was her Svengali and invented the "Marilyn Monroe" persona, studio executives forced her to divorce him, and that he was her only true love.

      He remarried in 1947. When informed of her death, the August 6, 1962 New York Times reported that he replied "I'm sorry," and continued his LAPD patrol. He did not attend Monroe's funeral.

      His sister wrote in the 12/1952 Modern Screen Magazine that Dougherty left Monroe because she wanted to pursue modeling. He admitted to A&E Network that his mother asked him to marry her, and told Lifetime in 1996 that he cut off her allotment after being served with divorce papers. The 1999 Christie's auction of Monroe's estate revealed that she kept nothing from Dougherty except their divorce decree.

      [edit] Joe DiMaggio
      In 1951 Joe DiMaggio saw a picture of Monroe with two Chicago White Sox players, but did not ask the man who arranged the stunt to set up a date until 1952. She wrote in My Story that she did not want to meet him, fearing a stereotypical jock. They eloped at San Francisco's City Hall on January 14, 1954. During the honeymoon, they visited Japan, and she was asked to visit Korea. She performed ten shows over four days in freezing temperatures for over 100,000 servicemen. Biographers have noted that DiMaggio, who stayed in Japan, was not pleased with his wife's decision during what he wanted to be an intimate trip.

      Back home, she wrote him a letter about her dreams for their future, dated February 28, 1954:

      "My Dad, I don't know how to tell you just how much I miss you. I love you till my heart could burst... I want to just be where you are and be just what you want me to be... I want someday for you to be proud of me as a person and as your wife and as the mother of the rest of your children (two at least! I've decided)..."[22]

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      DiMaggio biographer Maury Allen quoted New York Yankees PR man Arthur Richman that Joe told him everything went wrong from the trip to Japan on. Fred Lawrence Guiles speculated that Joe, knowing the power and hollowness of fame, wanted desperately to head off what he was convinced was her "collision-course with disaster." Friends claimed that DiMaggio became more controlling as Monroe grew more defiant.[citation needed] On September 14, 1954, she filmed the now-iconic skirt-blowing scene for The Seven Year Itch in front of New York's Trans-Lux Theater. Bill Kobrin, then-Fox's east coast correspondent, told the June 26, 2006 Palm Springs Desert Sun that it was Billy Wilder's idea to turn it into a media circus: "... every time her dress came up and the crowd started to get excited, DiMaggio just blew up." The couple later had a "yelling battle" in the theater lobby.[23] Her makeup man Allan Snyder recalled Monroe later appeared on set with bruises on her upper arms.[citation needed] She filed for divorce on grounds of mental cruelty 274 days after the wedding.

      Years later, she turned to him for help. In February 1961, her psychiatrist arranged for her to be admitted to the Payne Whitney Psychiatric Clinic, where, according to Donald Spoto, she was placed in the ward for the most seriously disturbed. Unable to check herself out, she called DiMaggio, who secured her release. She later joined him in Florida. Their "just good friends" claim did not stop rumors of remarriage. Archive footage shows Bob Hope jokingly dedicated Best Song nominee The Second Time Around to them at the 1960 Academy Awards telecast.

      According to Maury Allen, on August 1, 1962, DiMaggio — alarmed by how his ex-wife had fallen in with people he felt detrimental to her, such as Frank Sinatra and his "Rat Pack" — quit his job with a PX supplier to ask her to remarry him. He claimed her body and arranged her funeral, barring Hollywood's elite. For twenty years, he had a dozen red roses delivered to her crypt three times a week. Unlike her other two husbands, he never talked about her publicly, wrote a tell-all, or remarried.

      [edit] Arthur Miller
      On June 29, 1956, Monroe married playwright Arthur Miller, whom she had first met in 1951, in a civil ceremony in White Plains, New York. City Court Judge Seymour Robinowitz presided over the hushed ceremony in the law office of Sam Slavitt (the wedding had been kept secret from both the press and the public). Nominally raised as a Christian, she converted to Judaism before marrying Miller. After she finished shooting The Prince and the Showgirl, the couple returned to the United States from England and discovered she was pregnant. However, she suffered from endometriosis and the pregnancy was found to be ectopic. A subsequent pregnancy ended in miscarriage.

      By 1958, she was the couple's main breadwinner. While paying alimony to Miller's first wife, her husband reportedly charged her production company for buying and shipping a Jaguar to the United States.[citation needed]

      Miller's screenplay for The Misfits, a story about a despairing divorcée, was meant to be a Valentine gift for his wife, but by the time filming started in 1960 their marriage was beyond repair. A Mexican divorce was granted on January 24, 1961. On February 17, 1962, Miller married Inge Morath, one of the Magnum photographers recording the making of The Misfits.

      In January 1964, Miller's play After the Fall opened, featuring a beautiful and devouring shrew named Maggie. The similarities between Maggie and Monroe did not go unnoticed by audiences and critics (including Helen Hayes), many of whom sympathized with the fact that she was no longer alive and could not defend herself.[citation needed]Simone Signoret noted in her autobiography the morbidity of Miller and Elia Kazan resuming their professional association "over a casket". In interviews and in his autobiography, Miller insisted that Maggie was not based on Monroe. However, he never pretended that his last Broadway-bound work, Finishing the Picture, was not based on the making of The Misfits. He told Vanity Fair the she was "highly self-destructive" and what "killed" her was not some conspiracy, but the fact that she was Marilyn Monroe.[citation needed]

      [edit] Death and aftermath
      Main article: Death of Marilyn Monroe
      Monroe's last home was in Brentwood in Los Angeles, at 12305 5th Helena Drive. She was found dead by her housekeeper, Eunice Murray, on August 5, 1962. Monroe was 36 years old. Her death was ruled as an overdose of the sleeping pill Nembutal. To this day, questions remain about the circumstances and timeline of Mrs. Murray's discovery of Monroe's body. Also, several conspiracy theories have surfaced in the decades after her death, some involving John and Robert Kennedy. In 2006, FBI's released documents raised new questions. [2] There is also speculation that her death was accidental, but the official cause of death was "probable suicide" by acute barbiturate poisoning.

      On August 8, 1962, Monroe was interred in a crypt at Corridor of Memories, #24, at the Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles, California. Lee Strasberg delivered the eulogy.

      [edit] Administration of estate
      In her will, Monroe left Lee Strasberg control of 75% of her estate. She expressed her desire that Strasberg, or, if he predeceased her, her executor, "distribute [her personal effects] among my friends, colleagues and those to whom I am devoted."[24]

      Strasberg willed his portion to his widow, Anna. She declared she would never sell Monroe's personal items after successfully suing Odyssey Auctions in 1994 to prevent the sale of items which were withheld by Monroe's former business manager, Inez Melson. However, in October 1999 Christie's auctioned the bulk of the items Monroe willed to Lee Strasberg, netting US.3 million.

      Anna Strasberg is currently in litigation against the children of four photographers to determine rights of publicity, which permits the licensing of images of deceased personages for commercial purposes. The decision as to whether Monroe was a resident of California, where she died, or New York, where her will was probated, is worth millions.[25]

      [edit] Quotes
      “ I think that when you are famous every weakness is exaggerated. (...) Goethe said, "Talent is developed in privacy," you know? And it's really true. (...) Creativity has got to start with humanity and when you're a human being, you feel, you suffer. You're gay, you're sick, you're nervous or whatever.[26]

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      [edit] Miscellaneous facts
      Ella Fitzgerald credited Monroe with helping her launch mainstream career by securing her a gig at the then-segregated Mocambo. [3]
      Hugh Hefner purchased the crypt beside Monroe for himself. [27]
      Monroe's films made over 0,000,000 on their first run, according to her New York Times obituary.
      Tiles on the doorstep of Monroe's Brentwood home bore the inscription, "Cursum Perficio," Latin for "My journey is over."
      The Jean Louis gown in which Monroe sang "Happy Birthday" to John F. Kennedy in May 1962 was sold at Christie's auction in 1999 for ,267,500.
      In February 2007's issue of Premiere magazine Mickey Rooney claims to have given her the name Marilyn Monroe.
      Many days after Monroe's death, Mrs. Eunice Murray attempted to cash her last paycheck from Monroe, and it was declined and marked "deceased." This check, one of the last that Monroe ever wrote on her Roxbury Drive Branch account at City National Bank in Beverly Hills, is today on display at the Hollywood Entertainment Museum in Hollywood, CA.

      [edit] Selected films
      Film Year Salary
      Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay! 1948 0/week
      The Asphalt Jungle 1950 ,050
      All About Eve 1950 0/week, with one-week guarantee
      We're Not Married 1952 0/week
      Gentlemen Prefer Blondes 1953 ,250/week
      The Seven Year Itch 1955 ,500/week
      Some Like It Hot 1959 0,000 plus 10% gross over million
      The Misfits 1961 0,000
      Something's Got to Give 1962 0,000

      v • d • e Filmography
      Dangerous Years (1947) | Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay! (1948) | Ladies of the Chorus (1948) | Green Grass of Wyoming (1948) |You Were Meant for Me(1948) |Love Happy (1949) | A Ticket to Tomahawk (1950) | The Asphalt Jungle (1950) | The Fireball (1950) | All About Eve (1950) | Right Cross (1950) | Home Town Story (1951) | As Young as You Feel (1951) | Love Nest (1951) | Let's Make It Legal (1951) | We are not married (1952) | O. Henry's Full House (1952) | Clash by Night (1952) | Monkey Business (1952) | Don't Bother to Knock (1952) | Niagara (1953) | Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953) | How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) | River of No Return (1954) | There's No Business Like Show Business (1954) | The Seven Year Itch (1955) | Bus Stop (1956) | The Prince and the Showgirl (1957) | Some Like it Hot (1959) | Let's Make Love (1960) | The Misfits (1961) Something's Got to Give (1962)

      [edit] Awards and nominations
      1952 Photoplay Award: Special Award
      1953 Golden Globe Henrietta Award: World Film Favorite Female.
      1953 Photoplay Award: Most Popular Female Star
      1956 BAFTA Film Award nomination: Best Foreign Actress for The Seven Year Itch
      1956 Golden Globe nomination: Best Motion Picture Actress in Comedy or Musical for Bus Stop
      1958 BAFTA Film Award nomination: Best Foreign Actress for The Prince and the Showgirl
      1958 David di Donatello Award (Italian): Best Foreign Actress for The Prince and the Showgirl
      1959 Crystal Star Award (French): Best Foreign Actress for The Prince and the Showgirl
      1960 Golden Globe, Best Motion Picture Actress in Comedy or Musical for Some Like It Hot
      1962 Golden Globe, World Film Favorite: Female
      Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame 6104 Hollywood Blvd.

      [edit] See also
      Death of Marilyn Monroe
      Marilyn Monroe in popular culture
      Mark Bellinghaus
      Haunted Hollywood

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      [edit] Further reading
      Baty, S. Paige (1995). American Monroe: The Making of a Body Politic. University of California Press. ISBN 0-520-08806-9. Examines Monroe's stature as an icon.
      Belmont, Georges (2000). Marilyn Monroe and the Camera. Te Neues Publishing Company. ISBN 3-8238-5467-4. Monroe's "love affair" with the camera.
      Churchwell, Sarah (2004). The Many Lives of Marilyn Monroe. Metropolitan Books. ISBN 0-8050-7818-5. Explores Western Civilization's fixation with Monroe.
      Cunningham, Ernest W. (1997). The Ultimate Marilyn. Renaissance Books. ISBN 1-58063-003-0. A compendium of facts, fantasies and scandals about Marilyn Monroe.
      Gilmore, John (2007). Inside Marilyn Monroe. Ferine Books. ISBN 0-9788968-0-7. A memoir about Marilyn Monroe's personal and professional life.
      Guiles, Fred Lawrence (1993). Norma Jean: The Life of Marilyn Monroe. Paragon House Publishers. ISBN 1-55778-583-X. Reissue of a biography cited in this article.
      Mailer, Norman (1973). Marilyn: A Biography. Grosset & Dunlap. ISBN 0-448-01029-1. His controversial take on Monroe.
      Monroe, Marilyn (2000). My Story. Cooper Square Press. ISBN 0-8154-1102-2. Reprint of her memoirs, ghost-written by Ben Hecht; introduction by Andrea Dworkin.
      Rollyson, Carl E. (1993). Marilyn Monroe: A Life of the Actress. Da Capo Press. ISBN 0-306-80542-1. Scholarly look at her films.
      Spoto, Donald (2001). Marilyn Monroe: The Biography. Cooper Square Press. ISBN 0-8154-1183-9. Biography cited in this article.
      Smith, Matthew (2004). Marilyn's Last Words: Her Secret Tapes and Mysterious Death. Carroll & Graf Publishers. ISBN 0-7867-1380-1. Alleged transcripts of Monroe's therapy sessions.
      Taylor, Roger G. (2006). Marilyn in Art. Chaucer Press. ISBN 1-904957-02-1. Examines Monroe's influence on numerous artists.
      Vitacco-Robles, Gary (2003). Cursum Perficio: Marilyn Monroe's Brentwood Hacienda: The Story of Her Final Months. IUniverse. ISBN 0-595-01082-2
      Victor, Adam (1999). The Complete Marilyn Monroe. Thames and Hudson Ltd. ISBN 0-500-01978-9.
      "Marilyn" by Gloria Steinem, photos by George Barris

      [edit] External links
      Wikimedia Commons has media related to:
      Marilyn MonroeMarilyn Online (German) (English)
      Marilyn Remembered, Oldest running club on Marilyn Monroe in the USA
      Forever Marilyn, Online Fan site
      Marilyn Monroe Collection
      Marilyn Monroe at the Internet Movie Database
      Marilyn Monroe at the TCM Movie Database
      Official website
      Archival newsreels of Monroe from Paramount News and Pathe News
      TIME 100: Marilyn Monroe
      MarilynMonroe.ca
      MarilynStyle.com
      Coverage of Monroe's death and aftermath by the Los Angeles Times, with links to further archive material.
      Claims by former Los Angeles prosecutor John W. Miner regarding Monroe's death: [4]
      LA Weekly cover story from January 2007 on memorabilia collectors by Steven Mikulan
      Excerpts from a forthcoming book by John Gilmore
      1992 audio interview with Sam Toperoff, author of Queen of Desire, which is based on the life of Monroe by Don Swaim
      [5] Virtual Tour of Marilyn Monroe's Brentwood Hacienda
      Persondata
      NAME Monroe, Marilyn
      ALTERNATIVE NAMES Norma Jeane Mortenson
      SHORT DESCRIPTION American actress
      DATE OF BIRTH June 1, 1926
      PLACE OF BIRTH Los Angeles, California
      DATE OF DEATH August 5, 1962
      PLACE OF DEATH Brentwood, California

      Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marilyn_Monroe"

  41. QUESTION:
    DOLLY PARTON FIGHT SCENE?!?
    I am trying to remember the show that Dolly Parton guest starred on and got in a "fight." I thought it was 30 Rock but I can't find any evidence of that. I know she has one on Hannah Montana, but I don't think that is the one I am thinking of. I always thought it was 30 Rock, like maybe her and Jenna (Jane's character) got in a fight. I think the scene I keep thinking of is one where Dolly and her "opponent" are fighting and dolly is thrown over a couch. HELP ME?

    • ANSWER:
      You're right. She was never on 30 Rock.
      Here's all the sitcoms she's guest starred on.
      -In 1990 she was on Designing Women, she played like an angel sort of thing for Charlene & is only in 2 scenes which is just talking with a white "heavenly" background. No fights.
      -In 1991 she was on Babes, but I honestly have no memory of it.
      -In 2000 she was on Bette. No fight scene again. She plays herself.
      -In 2005 she was on Reba, playing a realtor. No fighting though.
      -In 2006, 2007, & 2010 she was on Hannah Montana (since she's Miley's real-life godmother). She basically plays herself since her name is still Dolly & she's still a performer & has mostly her own personality. There's a lot of verbal fighting in the 2007 episode because she hates Miley's grandmother, but no physical fight.

      When it comes to movies, I know she got tackled in a "kind of" fight with Sandra Bullock in Miss Congeniality 2:Armed & Fabulous.
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gzb-1YNQXs0 - that's the clip. it's dolly's only part, just a cameo. but they do kinda fight.
      There's also her Lifetime movie Wild Texas Wind, in which she's badly beaten multiple times.
      But that's basically all the possibilities because that's all the shows she's ever been in.
      Maybe you're thinking of someone else.

      Here's her wiki page. Every movie & show she's done is listed at the bottom.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dolly_Parton

      hope i helped!


lifetime movies list wikipedia

Lifetime Movies On Dvd

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Where to find Lifetime movies on DVD?
    I am searching for some Lifetime movies on DVD, that are not sold on Amazon or at your local video store. Does anyone know of a website that specializes in hard to find made for TV movies that are for sale on a website? If so please let me know.

    • ANSWER:

      http://www.target.com/gp/browse.html/602-6615171-7003020?node=13852011&afid=yahoossc_bmvd&lnm=clp_bmvd|13852011&ref=tgt_adv_%20XSOG1060

      http://search.ebay.com/lifetime-movies-dvd_W0QQfkrZ1QQfnuZ1QQfsooZ2QQfsopZ32

      http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/search-handle-url/index=blended&field-keywords=lifetime%20dvd&results-process=default&dispatch=search/ref=pd_sl_aw_tops-1_blended_15586944_1&results-process=default

      http://www.moviesunlimited.com/musite/default.asp?gclid=CIyU0bTOrY4CFRqsOAodEy%2DWZw

  2. QUESTION:
    how are people getting permission to sell lifetime movies?
    I've noticed a few people particularly on facebook and that have websites selling lifetime movies, lmn movies and hallmark movies. and it all seems very 'home-based' just wondering how they get the legal right to do this?

    • ANSWER:
      Two possibilities:

      1. The movies were made legally, and purchased by the seller. The seller can then sell them legally.

      2. The movies were copied (either from the broadcast, or by copying a legal DVD) and are violating copyright.

  3. QUESTION:
    What Lifetime movies are on dvd/can i find them online?
    I wanna find some of the Lifetime movies either to rent or see online for free.... Does anyone know what ones are on dvd/ where I can watch them online for free??
    Thanky ( :

    • ANSWER:
      You can buy a lot of them online, just type it in Amazon.com like these :

      http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw_1_11?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=lifetime+movies+on+dvd&sprefix=lifetime+mo

      You can watch some of them here

      http://www.mylifetime.com/on-tv/full-movies/america/video/14362412001

  4. QUESTION:
    What Is The Easiest Way To Get My Movies Off My DVR?
    What is the easiest way to get my movies off my dvr and on to my computer so I can burn the movies on to a dvd disk? I have a time warner cable DVR. Is There anyway I can just hook up my computer to my dvr and get them off that way? Or what is the easiest way? I have a ton of lifetime movies that I want to save. Thanks for any help!

    • ANSWER:
      First, there probably is no way to get them off the DVR digitally due to copy protection.

      You may be able to make an analog copy (which is going to mean relatively low quality). Look and see what sort of AV outputs your DVR has (such as S-video, composite, component). Then you would have to find a DVD burner with the same type of inputs, which is not going to be your computer.

      Let's face it. If everyone could do this, then exact digital copies of everything on TV would be all over the internet.

  5. QUESTION:
    What are some movies where the guy ends up saving the girl he loves?
    It does not just have to be a movie that comes out on DVD, it can be any movie, such as a lifetime movie or whatnot! THANKS! =D

    • ANSWER:
      I cant ell you a good one, its Stardust.
      Its a comedy/romantic/action movie. has a great ending.

  6. QUESTION:
    Where, what stores can I buy the Lifetime movie "Fifteen and Pregnant" from?
    I don't have a credit card so I can't buy it offline, plus, I want to get it the quickest way possible which is on dvd so yeah, any stores that sell the Lifetime movie "Fifteen and Pregnant?" Thanks in advance! xx

    • ANSWER:
      A few months back I seen it at both Wal-mart & Target, hope you find it. Good luck!!

  7. QUESTION:
    How long do lifetime movies take to be online or in dvd?
    Does anyone know if you can watch them online or if they come out in dvd? (A movie that just premiered on their channel)

    • ANSWER:
      They put their movies in a rotation, they have a few movies on their website, But there is never a guarantee they will be on DVD. Some never get that far

  8. QUESTION:
    I was wondering if anyone could tell me where I can buy Lifetime original movie dvds?
    I am looking for the movie The Memory Keepers daughter. I can buy it from iTunes but I would rather not do that. Does anyone know where I can but actual lifetime movie network dvds.
    Thanks

    • ANSWER:
      It is being released on dvd October 7th

  9. QUESTION:
    How can you use psp video 9 to put itunes movies on psp?
    I just bought a movie from the itunes store, but it won't even show up when i click on lifetime movies to open.

    • ANSWER:
      itunes music and movie files are copy protected. So you could try burning it to a dvd and then ripping it back to your PC and then using pspvideo9 to convert it. For more info you might want to try here http://www.psp-hacks.com/forums

  10. QUESTION:
    Where can I buy the lifetime movie "For the Love of a Child"?
    I saw the 2006 lifetime movie "For the love of a child" with Matthew Knight on youtube. The movie is about the two women who founded the Childhelp USA organization (a child abuse help line)- I thought it was a great movie and was consiering buying it on DVD for a friend, but I can't find it anywhere (not on amazon, etc)- does anyone know if it has been released on DVD anywhere and if so, where I can buy it (I live in Canada). Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      Don't think it's on DVD. A search on Lifetime's official store website yields no results for that film. If Lifetime themselves don't have it, I doubt anyone does.

  11. QUESTION:
    What is the best DVD format to use for copying home video and also for digital photos?
    I would like to create long lasting DVD copies of my digital photos and short video clips. I would like to play them back on my TV through my DVD player. What DVD format should I use?
    Also I would like to copy old VHS and Hi8 video tapes onto DVD. What format would be the best?
    DVD+/-R, DVD-RAM, DVD+/-RW?
    What brands would you recommend for long lasting quality? Sony, Memorex?

    • ANSWER:
      Select NTSC format, 4:3 aspect ratio, and 30 frames/sec. I use 3.2 GHz computer because my 1.5 GHz computer made "jerky" action on screen. ADS DVD Xpress capture unit (.) accepts analog video & audio from camcorders or FHS tapes. I use Staples DVD+ discs (lifetime warranty) which play O.K. on 4 different brands of DVD players which my relatives use. Software comes with DVD X-press unit. I had to disable firewall, screen saver and wireless LAN to make good movies.

  12. QUESTION:
    What was the first movie you remember ever watching in your entire lifetime?
    ...if you can even remember? and was it in the movie theatre or on dvd/vhs?

    first movie i ever watched was "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom"! and it was in the theatre.

    • ANSWER:
      Either Pinocchio or Bambi in the theatre.

  13. QUESTION:
    How do movie rental chains work?
    Do rental chains purchase movies from their respective studios at a wholesale price or something and keep all of the money that's generated from renting them out? Or do they give a percentage of rental revenue to the movie studios? How does that work? Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      In the 1980s when video began, stores would buy the video outright and then have unlimited rentals for its lifetime. But in the 1990s, stores moved to a revenue-sharing arrangement where they bought the video for a much lower price, kept about 60% of the rental and paid 40% of it back to the studio. To protect the rental industry, the studios held back releasing a movie for sale on video for several months (or a year in some cases).

      Eventually, I think we will get to simultaneous release on all media - cinema, DVD and download - with people able to choose how they see a film when it comes out. Piracy and illegal downloads demonstrate this is what the market wants anyway, and studios are losing money by not meeting the demand, e.g. record labels have made a fortune out of iTunes, by making legal downloads accessible and affordable. They met the need the illegal market was serving. Studios need to realise they can make more money this way, too. Some film distributors and exhibitors will disappear, but cinema will never die because people still like going out to the movies, especially for blockbusters that make the most of the big-screen digitial technology and the fun, collective, movie-going experience.

  14. QUESTION:
    What are some movies about online sex predators?
    I know that there are some movies (mostly lesser-known ones) about online child sex predators, and the dangers of kids/teens talking to strangers online and/or meeting them in person. Can anyone give me any suggestions for movies like this?

    What if they were made for TV and shown on Lifetime or LMN? How would I see them, since they're probably not released on DVD?

    • ANSWER:
      Defending our Kids: The Julie Posey Story. Mom poses as teenager after daughter is almost lured away by a sexual predator online. Pretty decent movie, but Annie Potts doesn't make a convincing teenager lol :)

  15. QUESTION:
    Where can i watch lifetime movies online or buy them?
    i love lifetime movies, i have some on dvd but i want to watch mom at sixteen and identity theft: the michelle brown story, fiftteen and pregnant i love those movies, but i can not find anywhere i can watch lifetime movies or download them

    the lifetime site doesnt have those so please dont say the lifetime website

    • ANSWER:
      try this site.... http://s12.alluc.org/movies.html

  16. QUESTION:
    What is the name of that movie about girls being traded?
    I'm trying to learn the name of a movie that came out on dvd some some in 2008.

    The movie is about a lady that drives girls over the Alaskan border (I think) illegally. Maybe Canada I'm not sure.

    In any case she makes these run to make money. She is on the verg of being caught in the trailers for this film.

    • ANSWER:
      THEIR IS A MOVIE CALLED HUMAN TRAFFIKING. AND IT SHOWS ALL THESE GIRLS THAT GET TRADED AND USED FOR PLEASURE IN OTHER COUNTRIES...GOOD MOVIE IT WAS ON LIFETIME. BUT IM NOT SURE IF THIS IS THE ONE YOU ARE LOOKIN FOR

  17. QUESTION:
    What does it mean for Marvel now that Disney has acquired the company?
    Is it going to be like Pixar, when they make the movies but the Disney name is put on it? Will they start selling Marvel stuff at Disney stores?

    • ANSWER:
      My honest guess is that it will be much like it is for DC Comics being owned by Warner Bros. Wait, DC Comics is owned by Warner Bros.? The Bugs Bunny people?

      Yep.

      It won't mean much in the immediate future. Marvel's movie deals are all tied up in other companies, like Sony (Spider-Man), Fox (X-Men) and Paramount (Iron-Man). It will take 5-10 years for those rights to all revert back to Disney. Marvel's themepark deal with Universal Studios also stands, at least for the time being. Plus, Disney has already been showing the old 1990's Marvel cartoons on their channel. The DVD releases of the X-Men cartoon were distributed by Disney.

      The parameters of the deal seem to be that Disney wanted to acquire Marvel as it was, in order to get a piece of its pie. I don't think they really want to meddle in how the company is run. Therefore, I suspect that Marvel will be run fairly autonomously and mostly we wouldn't even notice it (how many people know that Disney owns the Lifetime, A&E, History and Biography channels? Or the Power Rangers?). Character merchandise might start to show up in the Disney Store, and there may be better liscening for them all-round. The Marvel website might fold into the Disney.com site. In another 10 years, MAYBE we'd start to see Marvel movies with the Disney castle intro and possibly characters in the theme parks.

  18. QUESTION:
    How do I store my home videos from my digital video camera?
    How do people generally store them so the home videos of the kids are safe for a lifetime?

    If I put the videos on a harddrive, do I compress them with Winzip first?
    what do you mean be HD?? Harddrive?

    • ANSWER:
      G'day,
      Transfer the movie you have taken from the video camera to your had disk on your PC. You may like to edit to remove any "mistakes" you may have, otherwise, just transfer and store on hard disk.
      If you do not have enough disk space, copy to DVD and keep the DVD in safe place.

      Nowadays, had disk is relatively cheap [FAQ-ANSWER].30 per GB. Hence you may consider buying a large disk (1 Terra Byte or more) and keep all your movies on disk for easy access.

      Hope this helps

  19. QUESTION:
    How can I make money to fight off cancer for young children?
    Two 6th grade math classes in my school are trying to help out children who have cancer. We are trying to raise money to fight it and hopefully become well again. We are also trying to raise money for a wii, xbox, psp, and other games like board games so they can have fun. Please respond to this. We need your ideas. Everyone deserves a lifetime so get involved.

    • ANSWER:
      An even better idea is to raise money for your local Make a Wish foundation . . they are feeling the pinch this year . . it cost about 00 for every childs wish . .

      Although you are very sweet to want to raise money for games and other things for these children . . I have to tell you that many of the childrens hospitals and children's clinics are overwhelmed by gifts of this kind. My son was a patient in a childrens hospital and the kids had tons of books, gifts, toys, gaming systems, games, movies, television, dvd, ipod, a game room, movie theater, snack bar . . . and it is good to replenish what is available . .but just as important is the Make a Wish . . where real memories can be made with the child and their familiy at a time when it is very much needed.

      Raising money for Make a Wish can help make an entire family happy for a day or week . . memories that may last a lifetime for all involved.

  20. QUESTION:
    How Do I record A Copyrighted DVD On To A Blank Disk?
    I had recently bought a dvd recorder, so I could tape some of my favorite movies on lifetime. Then, I got netflix just a few days ago. I want to record some of their movies on to blank disks, but it keeps coming up copyrighted. How can I take the copyright off so I can enjoy the movie later on?

    Thanks for any info!!!

    • ANSWER:
      As others have said It is illegal to rent a DVD then make a copy of it, even for personal use. Now that said if you own your own personal DVDs that you want to make BACKUP copies of.... then I would suggest either DVD Shrink or DVDFab Decrypter. They bot hare free and can be found on sites on the internet very easily.

      DVD Shrink is free but it will only rip the DVD onto your PC unless you have Nero. You can also get a trial version of Nero and even if the trial ends and you do not remove the software from you PC then DVD Shrink will continue to burn the DVD.
      DVD Fab Decrypter is also free and will either rip the WHOLE DVD, the MAIN MOVIE, along with a few other option. Now when you have the software screen up it also has other options that the free version will not do on the page. This is how they get you to buy their product. If you want to be able to burn your movies to other formats like for a PSP, Phone, PDA, then you would have to get the pay version. But the ripping of the DVD works great and then you can use any DVD burning program to burn it to a Blank DVD.

      Just google or yahoo search for either or both of the programs. I hope this helps...

  21. QUESTION:
    How can I see Lifetime Movies?
    I want to see the movie that comes on tonight of Augusta, Gone on Lifetime but I don't know where I can see it online. Does anyone know where I can view this movie for free online?

    • ANSWER:
      on their site http://www.mylifetime.com/on-tv/movies

      infidelity is available now

      soon that movie may be available too

      i can't find it to watch online but ebay has it http://dvd.shop.ebay.com/?_from=R40&_trksid=m38.l1313&_nkw=Augusta%2C+Gone&_sacat=11232
      and amazon http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw?url=search-alias%3Ddvd&field-keywords=Augusta%2C+Gone+

  22. QUESTION:
    How to convert mini DVD into a regular one?
    I have about 4 mini DVD's and a couple of 8.5 GB's I want to covnvert all the mini DVD's into one DVD please tell me how I've been trying a lot its for someone whos at my house for a visit there counting on me and they only have a few days of stay left plz plz plz answer thoroughly and step by step!!!

    • ANSWER:
      I recommend Joboshare DVD Copy software.

      http://www.dvd-video-tool.com/dvd-copy.html

      It is a professional dvd copy program to backup dvd files from one dvd to another blank dvd. It can convert IFO to DVD and convert dvd to IFO. It can also compress DVD-9 (dual-layer DVD) to one DVD-5 disc.

      It can:
      1、Copy D-5 DVD to blank D-5 DVD
      2、Copy D-9 DVD to blank D-9 DVD
      3、Compress DVD-9 (dual-layer DVD) to one DVD-5 DVD Disc
      4、Dual Layer DVD Support
      5、Customize your DVD movie
      6、Backup DVD movie to ISO file or DVD folder
      7、Burn DVD from ISO file or DVD folder
      8、Save your favorite DVD movie Discs, and Prolongs the lifetime of your DVD-ROM

  23. QUESTION:
    Why wont my new tv play the video of some dvds even though it's hooked up the same way to my Bose Lifestyle?
    Some dvds play just fine, others (new movies from Netflix as well as store bought ones) I only get audio and no video. The connections are exactly the same as for our old plasma - component cables. TV works great (Sharp Aquos) otherwise.

    • ANSWER:
      How old is your Bose system? Unfortunately, all DVD players have a finite lifetime and may eventually stop playing some if not all DVD's. Hard to say without seeing it, but if that is the case, your best bet if you want to keep your Bose is to buy a new DVD player, maybe a Blu-ray since they have come down in price and just use the Bose for audio.

  24. QUESTION:
    Will my parents like the movie 'The Town' and 'Inception'?
    My parents are really into drama type movies. They spend the whole day watching Lifetime. I'm going to rent some dvd's for them and i was thinking of renting those 2 movies.

    Are they anything like the Lifetime movies?

    • ANSWER:
      Lifetime movies tend to be light comedies or sentimental dramas. Unless your folks have a wider range of interests, including crime dramas and complicated fantasy, these would not be good selections. Among recent DVD releases I'd suggest for Lifetime fans would be The Lightkeepers, Eat Pray Love, The Young Victoria, Amelia, An Education.

  25. QUESTION:
    Where can I buy lifetime movies on DVD?
    My friend loved a lifetime movie called "In God's Country," it was about Polygamy and LDS. I wanted to get it for her for Christmas, I've looked almost everywhere and cannot find it, does anyone have any ideas? Thanks :)

    • ANSWER:
      Have you tried:

      http://www.mylifetimetv.com

      http://www.surfthechannel.com

      http://www.veoh.com/Movies

      Good luck

  26. QUESTION:
    looking for a copy of lifetime movie called home invasion 1997 anyone know where i can locate dvd or video?
    More at IMDbPro »
    Home Invasion (I) (TV 1997)
    89 min - Thriller
    5.0

    Storyline

    A gang of armed criminals bursts into the home of a woman, taking her and the daughters of three of her friends hostage.

    • ANSWER:
      iOffer.com has a lot of people who sell movies that are from Lifetime.. if you don't see the title on their ad, e-mail some of the people selling Lifetime movies.. usually they have a HUGE amount of them.

  27. QUESTION:
    What is the song in the lifetime movie gracies choice?
    The song that play right after gracies and her boyfriend are look at bed then the music starts play what is the name of the song

    • ANSWER:
      I can't seem to find that info so i suggest you rent or borrow or buy the dvd and look at the ending credits for the song or ask on mylifetime

      http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/gracies-choice

  28. QUESTION:
    Is the natalie holloway movie going to appear on any other tv channels other than LMN.?
    my tv doesnt have the channel lifetime movie network.. is it going to be on any other channels?

    • ANSWER:
      Probably not, its a lifetime original movie. So LMN and Lifetime will probably be the only ones showing it. However, it may come out on DVD afterwards, some of them do.

  29. QUESTION:
    Does anyone know where I can purchase this DVD?
    It's called "Long Lost Son", it's a Lifetime movie. I looked on Amazon and Ebay but it's only available in region 2 format. Does anyone know where I can purchase it in region 1 (US) ?
    Thank you so so much! I've been unable to find it in region 1, and I've kept this movie on the DVR so I could watch it anytime I wanted. Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Here ya go! Cheers... :)

  30. QUESTION:
    Where can I find a video about the entire Star Wars Story?
    I watched all the 6 Star Wars movies, but now I figured out that the real Star Wars Story starts way before and ends way after the movies. I tried certain hompages, but they all give me 100 pages on the Star Wars Story. Is there maybe a video on Youtube that explains everything from the Old Republic to the the New Jedi Order and so on, in a couple minutes. Please help me.

    • ANSWER:
      Simple answer ... no ... at least not one that would be anywhere near right. Being a Star Wars fan is a lifetime obsession ... has to be because as you have found ... it's a big story. The only real way to learn it all is to read the books and comics. The wiki sites are OK but they are full of so much tainted data that it's not even funny. You could try the Documentary called "Empire of Dreams". It is on the extras disk that came out with the DVD verisons of the OT but that just tells the story of the movies for the most part although Lucas does talk about what led up to the events of the movies. There are lots of vids of Lucas on YouTube but for the most part all you get with them is to see how many times Lucas steps on his own "johnson" by contradicting himself all over the place and only giving the "my words were taken out of context" as a reason for all the contradictions. I can give you a couple sentences that will sum it up ... Jedi Order and Sith Order fight all the time and drag the rest of the people of the galaxy into there fight. In the end nobody wins.

      May The Force Be With You ...

  31. QUESTION:
    If you had to choose, what is your favorite Disney movie?
    I love Disney movies. Probably because I grew up watching many. I have several favorites: Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, Aladdin, the original Parent Trap, and the Little Mermaid. However I love other movies made by Disney and as well as the remake of the Parent Trap. But if I had to choose which one was my favorite, it would have to be Beauty and the Beast. But my all time favorite Disney song would probably be "A Whole New World." But there are so many good Disney songs, it's hard to choose.

    • ANSWER:
      I would suggest that you go much farther back into the Disney archives before you decide upon your "favorite" Disney film!

      You’re obviously quite young, and the majority of the Disney films you’ve seen appear to be those made after Walt Disney’s death in 1966 (except for Cinderella and the original The Parent Trap).

      Walt Disney’s first feature-length animated film was Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, made in 1937, and dubbed "Disney’s folly" by the critics as no one thought that people who sit still for a feature-length cartoon. They were proven wrong, as it went on to be one of the highest-grossing films of all time!

      Here is a list of all the animated feature films that were made during Walt’s lifetime: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Pinocchio, Fantasia, Dumbo, Bambi, Make Mine Music, Fun and Fancy Free, Melody Time, The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Lady and the Tramp, Sleeping Beauty, 101 Dalmations, The Sword in the Stone, and The Jungle Book.

      There were a number of live-action films made during his lifetime, too, such as Treasure Island and The Parent Trap--and a few that were a combination of both live-action and animation, like Saludos Amigos, The Three Caballeros, The Song of the South, and Mary Poppins, but, in my opinion--except for The Song of the South (one of my personal favorites, although it has never been released on VHS or DVD in the United States due to concern over "political correctness" [it has a "happy" black slave as a main character]), all of his "best" films were those that were completely animated.

      Critics and I agree that the best of all these fully-animated films were generally the first five (up through Bambi)--which were all made before 1941, when there was a big strike at the Walt Disney Studio that crushed much of Walt’s spirit regarding the making of animated cartoons. In addition, it was also the beginning of World War II, and Disney’s studio was forced to turn its efforts to making training films for the military.

      There were a few excellent animated films made after 1941, notably Cinderella, Peter Pan, and Lady and the Tramp, but, for the most part, the quality of Disney’s animated films began to decline--particularly after Walt’s major interest turned to the creation of Disneyland--which opened in 1955--and he became less and less involved with the making of his films.

      The recent films that you seem to favor have all used computer-aided animation, which I consider to be a "cheat". This isn’t to say that some of them aren’t quite good, like Beauty and the Beast and The Little Mermaid--it’s just that, to me, the early ones were true "art", as each one of them were completely hand-drawn by their animators from start to finish.

      Of all these "true art" animated films, I would say the my "favorite" is Fantasia, but, by all means, try to see all the ones (all available on DVD, except for the The Song of the South [which I have a "bootleg" of]) that I singled-out for mention.

      You won’t be disappointed!

  32. QUESTION:
    How can you transfer movies, tv shows or videos from your computer to a dvd?
    I watch tv shows, movies and videos on my computer. The websites are cbs.com, nbc.com, youtube, lifetime.com etc. I want to know how can I transfer them from my computer to a dvd. Can someone help me?

    • ANSWER:

  33. QUESTION:
    wondering about name of a lifetime movie?
    There is a movie from lifetime where a teenage girl becomes friends with another girl. She gets obsessed with her and her family. She then kills this girl. After she kills her, there is a scene where she is in the girl's room on her bed holding a teddy bear. This is all I can remember.

    • ANSWER:
      A Killer Among Friends (1992 TV movie)
      starring Patty Duke, Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, Margaret Welsh, Angie Rae McKinney, David Cubitt, Loretta Swit, Ben Bass, Chad Todhunter
      IMDb synopsis:
      Jenny Monroe is the perfect daughter. One day, she goes out with her friends and does not return. Later, the police arrive to tell her mother she has been found dead. Jean Monroe sets to work, determined to find her daughter's killer. The horrifying truth about Jenny's final moments are shocking and disturbing. The film is based on a true story.

      I can't find it on DVD or VHS, but I know that Lifetime reruns it occasionally.

  34. QUESTION:
    how can i find a lifetime movie name?
    there was a lifetime movie in the 90's where a husband beats his wife with dumbbells and said she went to walk the dog and never returned. the police searched for her but then suspected the husband so they aluminaol the house and saw the house covered in blood.

    • ANSWER:
      The movie is called, "In a Child’s Name".

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102109/

      I really liked this movie too...Lifetime has had so many good movies, I wish they were all available on dvd!!

  35. QUESTION:
    What should I look for in a college laptop?
    I'm about to go to college and I still need a laptop! I was wondering, should I get an Apple or a Microsoft OS? I'm going to be an English Major if that helps, so I will not need things like movie editing programs and what not.

    • ANSWER:
      Dell Laptop - it comes with Microsoft Works for word processing. You can upgrade to Microsoft Office. You can also download a free software package at www.openoffice.org
      I believe you can save stuff in .doc format (Word). I think they all have a wireless internet card built in. Invest in a laptop cooling pad. Laptop need airflow on their bottoms. Get a couple of memory sticks. Get one CD/DVD holder for your dormroom and another portable holder. You might want a nice carrying case. Also a laptop stand. I saw one that elavates the laptop so the user could plug in a separate USB keyboard. He did not like the laptop keyboard. You can save battery lifetime by removing it from the laptop and just running power from an outlet. You might want a separate USB mouse to avoid the laptop mouse control.

  36. QUESTION:
    Does anyone know when the movie Coco Chanel will be aired again?
    The movie was just on Lifetime, aired October 16, 2008, it might be shown sometime soon, maybe on another channel, when is the next airing?

    • ANSWER:
      Lifetime.com said it is online and it might be available on Amazon.com. and someday "might" show again on TV, but they weren't sure when.

      I've tried watching the movie online and it does not come up. I checked Amazon, but no listing for it.

      the dvd of the movie will be released sometime after the new year.

      http://www.mylifetime.com/on-tv/movies/coco-chanel

  37. QUESTION:
    Where can you watch on the 2nd day of christmas online?
    I seen that movie last year and lookin foward to seeing it again. Is their a way to see it again on the internet or at least there's a dvd out? I searched everywhere and there was no way I can watch this wonderful movie. Why would they not put a good movie for everybody to watch anytime on it?

    • ANSWER:
      2nd Day of Christsmas

      Christmas Eve is just like any other work day for pickpocket Trish Tracy (Mary Stuart Masterson) and her niece Patsy (Lauren Suzanne Pratt). With a store full of suckers ripe for plucking, Trish and Patsy work the crowd, amassing quite a fortune before they're caught by sharp-eyed (and soft-hearted)... security guard Bert (Mark Ruffalo). Rather than have Trish spend the Holidays in jail and turning over Patsy to Social Services, Bert agrees to be temporarily responsible for the pair--and that's how Trish and Patsy end up passing the Yuletide days in Bert's tiny apartment. For the most part, this made-for-cable movie emulates such previous Christmas-themed films as 1940's Remember the Night?, though towards the end of the story the writers throw a curve at the audience by introducing an unsavory character who plans to kidnap perky Patsy. On the 2nd Day of Christmas debuted December 8, 1997, on the Lifetime channel
      ~
      It will be on December 6th, 2008 on Lifetime - 11am Eastern (10am Central). Check your listings to see if it is
      ~
      Go to e-Bay and there's a "want list". You might get a hit there.
      ~
      Lifetime tv reminder

      http://www.mylifetime.com/cgi/movies_search.pl?show=2nd+day+of+christmas&x=11&y=4

      ~
      //~_~

  38. QUESTION:
    When is Mimi Rogers 1997 Holiday TV Movie: The Christmas List coming on?
    It comes on every year around the holidays at least once, but I cannot seem to find it this year. Any help is greatly appreciated. My mother loves it and I had it taped for her but she can't find it. I tried to buy the DVD, but it's not on DVD. Totally sucks. Please help. Thank you!

    • ANSWER:
      It's usually on Lifetime or ABC Family's 25 days of Christmas. Last year I only saw it on tv once, in the afternoon. I checked the schedule for ABC Family, but currently it only goes to December 5th and there is no sign of it. They are seriously lacking info this year.

  39. QUESTION:
    How is it possible to keep a DVD or game as long as you like with rental services?
    I don't lived in the States so i have never used a rental service such as Netflix or Gamefly. Just wanted to know...how is it possible to keep a DVD or game as long as you like with rental services without any form of late fee? How do they earn their money and is it possible to keep the DVD or game for a lifetime (in theory)?

    • ANSWER:
      well with netflix you pay a monthly fee. so if you have a plan where you can get unlimited number of movies a month but only one at a time and never send it back, you pay ten dollars a month for that movie. i dont know what they do if you keep it, but it seems like they would make enough money...

  40. QUESTION:
    Why do most people act like digital/download/streaming movies is the future, and disc will be obsolete?
    1. Why, because there free online, free movies can't replace paid for movies.
    2. Do downloads even have menus, special features, audio commentary, as far as I know only discs have that, and all Amazon Instant Video has is just play the movie.
    3. I think downloads even HD still don't match the quality of a Blu Ray
    4. Some people just want a physical copy

    • ANSWER:
      Because it will become obsolete. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow but likely within our lifetimes.

      Yes currently Blu-Ray is the best quality and of you want 3D you need a physical disk. And you are correct that there are no special features on streaming movies.

      But a lot of people don't care about the special features. And if they do, you can find most (if not all of them) on YouTube with a minimum of effort. Take Joss Whedon's "Serenity" for example. On the disk there is the blooper reel...the same blooper reel you an find on Google Videos and YouTube.

      But as internet technology becomes more and more powerful (especially when you're talking about City-Wide WiFi setups) and the bandwidth becomes greater and faster, you can start encoding the whole disks at the full speeds and at the full HD format as a DVD or Blu-Ray.

      It is the way of the future but it's just that. The future. We're seeing the birth of it right now. It's got the awkward growing up process to go through first but once its there...disks will be a thing of the past.

  41. QUESTION:
    What is the best sex scene you have ever seen in a movie?
    Or television show. What's the most erotic, romantic, lustful sex scene you have seen?

    • ANSWER:
      Haha! Just because Halle Berry won an oscar doesn't make that scene sexy! In fact, considering the content of the movie, I think that sex scene is rather pitiful and grotesque.

      Here are my fav movie couples:

      1. Antonio Banderas & Angelina Jolie in "Original Sin"
      (Insanely hot!)

      2. Diane Lane & Olivier Martinez in "Unfaithful"

      3. Antonio Banderas & Selma Hayek in "Desperado"

      4. Ryan Gosling & Rachel McAddams in "The Notebook"
      (Watch the original longer deleted scene on dvd special features!)

      5. Richard Gere & Debra Winger in "An Officer & A Gentleman"

      6. Marlon Brando & Kim Hunter in "A Streetcar Named Desire"

      7. Kate Beckinsale & Josh Hartnett in "Pearl Harbor"
      (So romantic!)

      8. Scarlett Johanson & Johnathan Rhys Meyers in "Match Point"

      9. Leonardo DiCaprio & Claire Danes in "Romeo + Juliet"
      (Ah, young love. Ah, romance.)

      10. Nicholas Cage & Meg Ryan in "City of Angels"

      11. Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt in "Mr. & Mrs. Smith"

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fLZ9m-vlRA&feature=quicklist

      12. Elisha Cuthbert & Emile Hirsch in "The Girl Next Door"

      13. James Franco & Sophia Myles in "Tristan & Isolde"
      (Incredibly romantic!)

      14. Rhona Mitra & Michael Sheen in "Underworld: Rise of the Lycans"

      15. Julia Roberts, Jude Law, Natalie Portman, Clive Owen in "Closer"
      (It's more the dialogue! This whole movie is incredibly erotic!)

      16. Leonardo DiCaprio & Kate Winslet in "Titanic"

      17. Kiera Knightly & Matthew McFayden in "Pride & Prejudice"
      (We never see them together, but it's an incredibly romantic story!)

      18. Zach Braff & Natalie Portman in "Garden State"

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGeXEzt9DLg&feature=quicklist

      19. Gywneth Paltrow & Joseph Fiennes in "Shakespeare In Love"

      20. Sean Connery & Tippi Hedren in "Marnie"
      (Incredible sexual tension!)

      21. Dennis Quaid & Ellen Barkin in "The Big Easy"

      22. Debra Messing & Dermot Mulroney in "The Wedding Date"

      23. Ivan Sergei & Emilie de Ravin in "High Noon"
      (Okay, this IS a cheesy lifetime movie, but the sex scene is hot!)

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gY6zVnoF72Q&feature=quicklist

      24. Ewan McGregor & Scarlett Johanson in "The Island"

      25. Josh Hartnett & Shannyn Sossamon in "40 Days & 40 Nights"

      Here are my fav tv show couples:

      1. Sookie & Bill on True Blood

      2. Sam & Ruby/Dean & Anna on Supernatural

      3. Carrie & Big/Samantha & Smith on Sex & The City

      4. Peyton & Lucas/Nathan & Haley on One Tree Hill

      5. Buffy & Angel on Buffy the Vampire Slayer

  42. QUESTION:
    Does anybody know the exact filiming dates for blazing saddles?
    I know the movie came out in february 1974, so that means it was done in '73 sometime, but just want to know when

    • ANSWER:
      From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blazing_Saddles
      Blazing Saddles ~Release date(s) February 7, 1974 so you just have to know it was shot in 1973, but I think it was even some of 72... there is a making of video... as part of the Blazing Saddles: 30th Anniversary Special Edition http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/blazzingsaddles30se.php#

      These are the so-called "special features…"

      Scene-Specific Commentary by Mel Brooks
      Nice try. This is a 55-minute interview apparently recorded during postproduction on Dracula: Dead and Loving It, in which Mel riffs on the development and making of Blazing Saddles. This audio is overlaid onto the film, with no reference to what is happening on screen (obviously), and abruptly ends by the 55-minute mark, at which point the film's audio track returns. If it's an interview, showcase it as such. Don't lie about it. To make matters worse, this feature is repurposed from the original DVD release, where it was correctly labeled as a "55-minute interview."

      Two Blazingly Boffo Documentaries
      These are neither "blazingly boffo" nor documentaries.

      • Back in the Saddle is a 28-minute featurette culled from interviews with Mel Brooks, Gene Wilder, Harvey Korman, Burton Gilliam, producer Michael Hertzberg, and co-writer Andrew Bergman, showcasing clips used from the G-rated televised broadcast. It's a nice look back at the film and its genesis, but again, don't sell chopped liver as prime rib. And don't steal things from other releases to pad your bonus materials! This one was taken from the 2003 Special Edition VHS release.

      • Intimate Portrait: Madeline Kahn is a four-minute excerpt from Lifetime Television's Intimate Portrait series. Why Warner didn't include the entire hour-long episode is beyond me, especially if they're labeling this as a documentary.

      Additional Scenes
      If you're looking for deleted or extended scenes, forget it. If you've ever seen Blazing Saddles on broadcast television, there is nothing new here. These are the filler clips used to cover for the R-rated scenes that were cut to meet broadcast standards.

      Black Bart: 1975 Pilot Episode
      Aha! The one gold nugget reward we receive for sifting through the previous rock and silt. Don't get too excited; it's only gold-plated. This 25-minute pilot starring Lou Gossett Jr. as Black Bart, Barney Miller's Steve Landesberg as Reb Jordan (a re-envisioned version of the Waco Kid), and Millie Slavin as Belle Buzzer (a one-eyed, limp-legged reworking of Lili Von Shtupp) isn't the least bit funny. Within the first three minutes, you'll be able to tell why network execs didn't pick up this series.

      Round out the package with an original theatrical trailer and unimpressive menus, and you have a 30th Anniversary disappointment. Then again, we came for the reception, not the party favors.

      ME!

      .

  43. QUESTION:
    im looking for some really good movies for my mom that are on dvd she loves tear jerkers and true stories?
    she loves lifetime movies and is always watching stuff on there

    • ANSWER:
      The woofening is probably the saddest movie I've seen in my life. It's full of compassion and love and ends in heartbreak. I'd really recommend it.

  44. QUESTION:
    Is it possible to get the movies off lifetime and put them on a dvd to keep at home?
    Im in love with all their movie mainly the new one America it is fantastic and I want to get it on dvd so i can show it to all my friends but i don't know how I can since I cant record it?

    • ANSWER:
      If your PC has a tuner and DVD burner the answer is yes.

  45. QUESTION:
    Is the Natalee Holloway movie going to be on DVD?
    The movie is going to be on LMN tonight @ 8. However, I don't have that channel, I only have regular lifetime, so I'm not able to watch it. I was going to check liftime on demand to see if they put it on there. But I was wondering, if it's going out to be out on DVD. I tried netflix, but nothing comes out.

    • ANSWER:
      if it's very popular it might get a dvd

      but look for a 6 month to a year time delay

      try this site

      http://videoeta.com/index.html

  46. QUESTION:
    A question about death match wrestling stars from the indy circuit?
    So have any of these so called underground stars like Nick Gage, Wife Beater, JC Bailey, Nate Webb, Danzig, Ian Rotten, etc. Been about to make enough money from the wrestling business that they are able to live a decent life. Or are they all crippled and having trouble paying their bills..... Its not like they were able to cross over like the Jackass crew making "millions" off a movie or video sales.

    • ANSWER:
      From what i've read, no they dont make alot of money. Stone Cold, lived on a sack of potatoes when he was in the indys, he refused to accept money from their parents. I don't know for sure how much indy wrestlers get paid exactly, but from what I've heard, it's not much. They aren't under contract, so their pay, basically depends on how much revenue they make in a show. Guys like Nick Gage, Chance Prophet and so on, all have to pay for their own expenses. So thats food, gas hotels, ect. And once you take how much that costs away from how much they earn, there isn't much left. I've read how some Indy stars only make around 0 a show. However, in ROH, probably the biggest 'Indy' promotion out there, their Wrestlers get paid a very nice amount. Wrestlers like A.J. Styles, Samoa Joe, Austin Aries, Christopher Daniels, Homicide, & C.M. Punk have all worked for them, and ROH sell DVD's and what not (and from what i heared, their enjoyed it). So, im sure their Wrestlers made and make a decent living. Its just the Wrestlers from smaller indy promotions that do not. Alot of Indy Wrestlers, get little or no money for their dedicated, passion and pain, that they put into Wrestling. I read about an indy wrestler, and he actually passed away after a botched moonsault. These guys put their lives on the line, the majority of them for no or little money, for no reward but a lifetime of pain and injuries, but they do it because they love wrestling. Yet people still have the nerve to call this business that I love "fake".

  47. QUESTION:
    I am looking for If the Shoe Fits on DVD in english version. Could you please help?
    The movie If The Shoe Fits stars Rob Lowe and Jennifer Grey. I know its available on VHS I just would really like it on DVD. If anyone can find it I will be very grateful.

    • ANSWER:
      It is unavailable for the US. An Amazon reseller does have a Spanish version, but you must have a multiregion player, or play it on your computer.

      ==

      http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B000ALJQLS/ref=dp_olp_0?ie=UTF8&condition=all

      Region 2.0 encoding (This DVD will not play on most DVD players sold in the US or Canada [Region 1]. This item requires a region specific or multi-region DVD player and compatible TV.

      Product Description
      Spain released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: it WILL NOT play on standard US DVD player. You need multi-region PAL/NTSC DVD player to view it in USA/Canada. Languages: o Spanish (subtitles) o English (Dolby Digital 2.0) o Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0) Synopsis: A wallflower who makes her living dressing haute-couture models by day is a fantastic shoe designer by night. Unfortunately, no one has ever seen her work, not even her arrogant fashion-designer boss. This romantic comedy follows what happens when she does someone a good deed and is visited by a fairy godmother who turns her into a great beauty who at last catches the eye and the love of her employer. Special Features: o Interactive Menu o Scene Access

      .99
      + .98shipping

      * LOW ITEM PRICE

      New

      Seller: daaveedee
      Rating:96% positive over the past 12 months (5379 ratings.) 11935 lifetime ratings.
      Shipping: In Stock. Ships from NJ, United States International shipping available See shipping rates

  48. QUESTION:
    Can I sell a copy of a movie that has not been released on DVD on a website like amazon.com and half.com?
    The movie has only been shown on a lifetime channel never released on DVD. Is this against the law to sell?

    • ANSWER:
      Yes, it's against the law unless you have permission from Lifetime / whoever the copyright holder is for the movie.

  49. QUESTION:
    Where can I watch Prince William and Kate's movie?
    I have no clue what the movie is actually called but it's about their lives together. Is it on tv or dvd or what?

    • ANSWER:
      It is called William & Kate and was aired on Lifetime. It is up on On Demand on TV. It is also available for purchase at the Lifetime shop.

      Hope this helps!

  50. QUESTION:
    How can a person live with a completely torn rotater cuff when it isn't safe to do surgery?
    My mom is 75 years old, has a heart condition, and COPD. I've heard they might not risk surgery on someone like that. What in the world is she supposed to do then? Just suffer like that with the muscles torn from her shoulder?
    God bless you, Jimmy John. That was the sweetest, most helpful note anyone could have written. Thank you so much for taking the time.

    • ANSWER:
      Aww, sorry to hear about your Mom's condition. It must have broken your heart to hear that there was nothing you could do.

      Surgery is not the only way to heal even the worst of tears. With your Moms age she is not likely to heal perfectly (there will be so limitation of movement) BUT the pain will abate and she can gain more strength over time.

      The first thing for her to do is rest. This includes extra sleep and limiting all movement as much as possible by setting her up comfortably with water/food/and a rest room nearby. For this type of injury I would recommend two weeks of this babying for someone of her age. Encourage her to get extra sleep and avoid moving the affected limb for an additional two weeks after this initial time. She is going to tell you she's feel fine and "needs" to do things like take out her trash, scrub her face, and do work around her house. Healing will only take 4 weeks but re-injury over and over will lead to a lifetime of pain. Set her up with some handheld games, movies and cable, and reading material and tell her you love her to much to live the rest of her life on pain meds.

      Second, she needs to eat healthfully for this recovery time. The best thing she can eat is homemade, bone-based broth, throw a ton of veggies and herbs in don't add any salt (for her heart) and prepare to taste the closest thing to a miracle that we humans can craft in our kitchen. I recommend a farm-raised- non-hormone animal from a nice local meat shop but honestly any-old chicken or cow bones will do. Have her drink plenty of water a gallon a day is good for most non-active adults but I am not sure if it would be less for an older person with a heart condition? Have her aim for 6/7 different fruits and veggies a day and stick to lean proteins and healthy fats. Stay away from pre-made foods with more than 5 ingredients (that are not whole foods; for instance a stir fry with five different types of veggies listed and chicken meat would be fine), grains (even the heartiest grain is junk food), and caffeine.

      Lastly, once she is completely healed start physical therapy. A therapist can come to her home or she can go into the local hospital. If she cannot afford therapy buy her some elastic bands and a DVD for older folks for conditioning muscles. Strengthening and stretching the muscles in her shoulder and the rest of her body will make-up for the injured area (which as I mentioned will probably not heal back perfectly due to age) and prevent re-injury or new injury in the future.

      On a side note I would have her avoid pain meds (even over the counter) as pain helps us to nurse an area. Think about it; if your arm hurts your not going to move it and your body is going to know to send extra white blood cells there to heal the injury. If you can't feel the area how will you know the limits of your injury.

      Have hope; this will work.


lifetime movies on dvd

Lifetime Movies On Dvd For Sale

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Where to find Lifetime movies on DVD?
    I am searching for some Lifetime movies on DVD, that are not sold on Amazon or at your local video store. Does anyone know of a website that specializes in hard to find made for TV movies that are for sale on a website? If so please let me know.

    • ANSWER:

      http://www.target.com/gp/browse.html/602-6615171-7003020?node=13852011&afid=yahoossc_bmvd&lnm=clp_bmvd|13852011&ref=tgt_adv_%20XSOG1060

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  2. QUESTION:
    How do movie rental chains work?
    Do rental chains purchase movies from their respective studios at a wholesale price or something and keep all of the money that's generated from renting them out? Or do they give a percentage of rental revenue to the movie studios? How does that work? Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      In the 1980s when video began, stores would buy the video outright and then have unlimited rentals for its lifetime. But in the 1990s, stores moved to a revenue-sharing arrangement where they bought the video for a much lower price, kept about 60% of the rental and paid 40% of it back to the studio. To protect the rental industry, the studios held back releasing a movie for sale on video for several months (or a year in some cases).

      Eventually, I think we will get to simultaneous release on all media - cinema, DVD and download - with people able to choose how they see a film when it comes out. Piracy and illegal downloads demonstrate this is what the market wants anyway, and studios are losing money by not meeting the demand, e.g. record labels have made a fortune out of iTunes, by making legal downloads accessible and affordable. They met the need the illegal market was serving. Studios need to realise they can make more money this way, too. Some film distributors and exhibitors will disappear, but cinema will never die because people still like going out to the movies, especially for blockbusters that make the most of the big-screen digitial technology and the fun, collective, movie-going experience.

  3. QUESTION:
    How can I get a DVD of a made for TV movie that is not released on DVD or VHS?
    There are a couple of movies on Lifetime that I am DYING to get on DVD. The movies are much older and have not been released for sale and most likely wont be in the near future. The movies haven't been played recently and any attempt for me to tape them on VHS has resulted in very bad copies that aren't watchable. I'm not going to buy a new VCR to tape two or three movies. Anyone have any suggestions? (These are not movies that were released a long time ago and are no longer availabe. They were never released period.)

    • ANSWER:
      This doesn't solve the problem for a particular movie, but might help in general.

      If you get a DVD recorder (they run as low as now), you can set it just like a VCR to record your movie the next time it comes on. The result will be just about as good as you watched on your TV originally. And you can play the resulting disc in any DVD player.

      If commercial DVD's of these shows were available, they would probably be expensive, like .95 or .95, because of the limited market, postage and handling, etc. By the time you got a few of them, you could have bought a DVD recorder with the same money.

  4. QUESTION:
    where can i buy this lifetime movie?
    Fab five:the texas cheerleader scandal...is it on dvd?
    ive went on the liftime website and they didnt have it.
    where can i get it?

    • ANSWER:
      According to numerous sites, it wasn't released on DVD...
      I saw one site that said you could buy it for , but they had none in stock and no sales history (leading me to believe they never had it, but anticipated getting it prior to the non-existent release date).
      Netflix says you can rent it, but when you look it up for rent, it tells you it wasn't released on DVD... odd.

      So, it doesn't look like you can get it. Sorry.

      --You might be able to record it if you have a DVR and any kind of On-Demand setup with the cable company, IF Lifetime decides to show it again, that is.

      Good luck. :)

  5. QUESTION:
    DVD Movie collectors: do you ever have this dilemma?
    Do you keep mediocre or okay films in your collection? Normally when I watch a movie there's some movies that are so great I automatically know its going in my collection. The movies that are really bad or just not my style I give away or sell at used DVD stores. But what do I do with the movies that are just "ok"? I'm not sure if I should sell or keep.

    What do you do?

    • ANSWER:
      Interesting post. For the most part, the films I buy are for the long run. Meaning, I will always keep them and view them many times in my lifetime. I do take a chance on a few movies sometimes from positive reviews. Those aren't always great films. I usually put these films in a pile and when it gets to a certain point I put them up for sale as a bulk buy. Either on Ebay or Craigslist. Get as much as you can for them and use that money on some dvds you have always wanted. That you know are good films.

  6. QUESTION:
    Where and why was A Clockwork Orange Banned?

    • ANSWER:
      Only the film was banned. The book to the extent of my knowledge was never banned.

      [edit] Responses and controversy
      The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture (it lost to The French Connection) and reinvigorated sales for recordings of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. It also caused considerable controversy (see below) and was withdrawn from release in the UK. By the time of its re-release in the year 2000, it had already gained a reputation as a cult classic. It was recently placed at number 21 on AFI's 100 Years... 100 Thrills and number 46 on AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies, though in the second listing it ranked in 70th place. Alex De Large was placed at number 12 in the villain section of the AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes and Villains list.

      [edit] United States censorship
      The film was rated X on its original release in the United States. Later, Kubrick voluntarily replaced roughly 30 seconds of footage from two scenes with less bawdy action for a 1973 re-release, rated R. It is a common myth that only the R-rated version can be seen nowadays, but in fact the opposite is true: all DVDs present the original X-rated form, and only some of the early 80s VHS editions are in the R-rated form.[7]

      The film was rated C (for "condemned") by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' Office for Film and Broadcasting because of its explicit sexual and violent content; such a rating conceptually forbade Catholics from seeing the film. The "condemned" rating was abolished in 1982, and since then films deemed by the conference to have unacceptable levels of sex and/or violence have been rated O, meaning "morally offensive".

      [edit] British withdrawal
      In the United Kingdom, the sexual violence in the film was considered extreme. Furthermore, it was claimed that the film had inspired copycat behaviour. In March 1972, a prosecutor at a trial of a 14-year-old boy accused of the manslaughter of one of his classmates referred to A Clockwork Orange, telling the judge that the case had a macabre relevance to the film.[8]

      The attacker, a boy age 16 from Bletchley, pleaded guilty after telling police that his friends had told him of the film "and the beating up of an old boy like this one"; defence counsel told the trial "the link between this crime and sensational literature, particularly A Clockwork Orange, is established beyond reasonable doubt".[9] The press also blamed the influence of the film for a rape in which the attackers sang "Singin' in the Rain". Kubrick subsequently requested that Warner Brothers withdraw the film from UK distribution.

      At the time, it was widely believed that the copycat attacks were what led Kubrick to withdraw the film from distribution in the United Kingdom. However, in a television documentary made after Kubrick's death, his widow Christiane confirmed rumours that Kubrick had withdrawn A Clockwork Orange on police advice after threats were made against Kubrick and his family (the source of the threats was not discussed). That Warner Bros. acceded to Kubrick's request to withdraw the film is an indication of the remarkable relationship Kubrick had with the studio, particularly the executive Terry Semel.

      The ban was vigorously pursued during Kubrick's lifetime. One art house cinema that defied the ban in 1993, and was sued and lost, was the Scala cinema at Kings Cross, London, on the same premises as the present-day Scala nightclub. Unable to meet the cost of the defence, the cinema club was forced into receivership. [10]

      Whatever the reason for the film's withdrawal, it could not easily be seen in the United Kingdom for some 27 years. The first VHS and DVD releases followed shortly after Kubrick's death. It was also shown in many UK cinemas.

  7. QUESTION:
    I am looking for the Lifetime Original movie "Ebbie" on DVD....?
    ...It stars Susan Lucci as Ellizabeth Scrooge.
    I would like to purchase the Lifetime Original movie, "Ebbie" on DVD. It is a female version of "A Christmas Carol" staring Susan Lucci.

    • ANSWER:
      Here are three websites that you can contact. Good luck.

      Ebbie - Susan Lucci/Wendy Crewson - DVD
      Ebbie - Susan Lucci/Wendy Crewson - DVD - For Sale .99 (#34249716) Listed: 11-29-07 .... EBBIE Susan Lucci DVD In this updated retelling of Dickens&39 A ...
      www.ioffer.com/i/Ebbie-Susan-Lucci-Wendy-Crewson-DVD-34249716 - 194k -

      Ebbie DVD Susan Lucci TV Movie .95 eCRATER.com

      sell.com classifieds : EBBIE-DVD-MOVIE-SUSAN LUCCI!!! VERY RARE ... www.sell.com/22N2D8 - 22k -

  8. QUESTION:
    What is better Blue-Ray or HD DVD hard to chose from?

    • ANSWER:
      Blu-ray is marginally superior from a technical perspective (mainly more capacity), but more delicate (much thinner protective layer) and more expensive to produce (both programming and disk production). The extra capacity is nice, but not really useful for storage relative to other fomats (e.g. digital holographic disk), and unnecessary for movies (which fit on either). The simple answer to your question is that from a video and audio perspective quality is essentially identical (any differences are less than variation between mastering of the disks).

      That said, the Blu-Ray standard is not yet final and studios are being driven crazy trying to figure out what features to program for ... supposedly one of the main reasons Paramount and Dreamworks abandoned blu-ray, and why even Warner doesn't produce blu-ray and HD DVD in sync. On the other hand, HD DVD is a mature, stable spec and players are at generation 3 as of November when the new Toshiba models come out (and the MOST expensive will be 0 US).

      The real issues are whether either format will 'win', given that most consumers are confused, unconvinced of the benefit or simply can't benefit from either format (due to limitations in their equipment ... both video and audio). Sales of HD disks (both types) are less than 3% of DVDs and not expected to change very fast. And in the meantime, download of HD programming (think MP3/wma) is starting to look viable instead of buying physical disks (think CD) as a mechanism for HD distribution. See the link for a though provoking item re wireless transfer of HD (10 GB in 5 seconds!).

      Based on a logical, objective analysis if I had to pick I'd bet on HD DVD as the 'winner' since it will almost certainly be the first sub-0 player (and there are already more HD DVD movies available than Blu-Ray ... although a small fraction of what's available on DVD). But who knows? The deciding factor will actually be which format the last format-neutral studio, Warner, abandons ... and it will have to choose sometime in the next 6 months or so. And unfortunately, just as in the Beta vs VHS 'war' logic isn't likely to decide. Just look at the number of responses to your question that blindly, and ignorantly, simply declare blu-ray will win! Talk about the power of advertising.

      From a broader perspective I think HD disks will have a short lifetime, or one analogous to SACD and DVD-A ... a niche format for those who want the highest quality, while download of HD based on yet higher compression codec(s) becomes the norm for most consumers (Think MP3 convenience but lower quality, vs CD).

      So ... which is better ... neither. Which will 'win' ... remains to be seen. In the long run does blu-ray or HD DVD matter ... no, the future is in downloadable HD programming ... not tomorrow, but within 2-5 years.

  9. QUESTION:
    Are movie theaters going to go the way of the drive-in theaters that disappeared a couple decades ago?
    The last 2 or 3 times I was in a movie theater, it was practically empty.

    I have drawn more people to come over from work for a dinner party at my apartment than I saw at those movies. Seriously, the tendency is to only see five people in the theater - counting myself.

    The theaters are vast and empty nowadays. When a room with seats for hundreds of people is 99% empty, you know that cannot continue for long.

    I honestly expect theaters to close by the hundreds or thousands in the US if this continues. Have there been any published studies of what is going to happen to the tradition of the American movie theater in the near future?

    • ANSWER:
      Good God, I honestly hope not. I happen to work at a theater, so I sincerely hope the movie theater business does not go under anytime in the near future. When do you normally go to the theater? Weekdays are particularly slow and theaters' hundred seat capacity are almost always only filled on weekends when people have the time to enjoy such entertainment. Time of day is also a factor. There are systematic "rushes" that occur midday and evening (before or after dinnertime, people usually decide against having to eat late just so they can go see a movie).
      I have not seen any studies done about the general populace and movie theater patronage, but there has been an interesting and (as I'm a theater employee) disturbing film "experiment". A few weeks ago Roger Ebert made mention of a little-known movie called "Bubble". It was not particularly noteworthy in terms of plot, critical praise, or box office success. But what made it worth mentioning was the structure of its release. Its debut consisted of movie theater release, being aired on television, and release on DVD all within the span of one week. Not much monetary success followed this experiment mostly due to the film's indie status. However, in the future, as the demand for instant gratification becomes greater and more ubiquitous, movie studios may feel pressed to acquiesce to the public's demand.
      In all, it all boils down to the almighty dollar. A movie that does well in the theaters will do just as well in DVD sales. I highly doubt present-day Hollywood feels the need to cut out the highly profitable middleman (movie theaters) and release films direct to DVD. In a highly competitive capitalistic market, if they can have their cake and eat it it too, chances are they will. So my feeling is, for now and the near future (or at least in my lifetime) movie theaters are here to stay.

  10. QUESTION:
    I am looking for a lifetime movie on Dvd?
    It is called living with the enemy! I am wondering if anyone knows if I can get that on DVD and where? If anyone has any Ideas on this one please let me know. Thanks a bunch
    Lynzee

    • ANSWER:
      http://www.amazon.com/Living-Enemy-Mark-Humphrey/dp/B000U9X1YI/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1206983209&sr=1-3, this is the movie for sale, i already checked the character list it is the one yourl ooking for

  11. QUESTION:
    Anyone feel that the PS4 won't be much better than the PS3?
    If you look at the history of the PlayStation, each new console has been revolutionary in one way or another. The PS2 was a massive step ahead of the PSOne with far superior. You had the DVD player so you could watch movies which was mind blowing. It was backward compatible with PSOne games. Online capabilities were introduced. The PS2 remains to be the biggest selling console in history.

    Then the PS3 came out which wasn't quite as popular in terms of sales (due to Sony's own makings) but there was no denying the console was a monster. High definition gaming was introduced. The graphics were way ahead of the PS2. You had the Blu-ray player to watch your 1080p hi def movies on. The PS3 was the ultimate media machine.

    But there's nothing from what we've heard that really stands out for the PS4. It just seems to me that it will only slightly be better than the PS3. From the screenshots we've seen the graphics don't seem to be that ahead of the PS3.

    • ANSWER:
      We still don't much about it at all though remember. And I thought the graphics looked great, a fair bit better than the ps3 for sure. But what you're forgetting is that launch games look s*** compared to ones later in that consoles lifetime. Just look at the difference between Resistance fall of man and Battlefield 3. It's incredible.

  12. QUESTION:
    Looking for Kristin Davis' Christmas movie- 3 Days?
    Cannot locate this movie- 3 Days, starring Kristin Davis. looked on-line, but cannot remember if it's a Hallmark movie, or on Lifetime, or ABC Family, etc. but I need to purchase it for a gift, but am willing to record it, if I knew when it would be on TV again.... PLEASE HELP!

    • ANSWER:
      Its ABC Family
      Here's Amazon's link but they only have Australia's region and region 2...not sure what region you would be...

      http://www.amazon.com/s/qid=1229461293/ref=sr_kk_3?ie=UTF8&search-alias=dvd&field-keywords=three%20days%20kristin%20davis

      ioffer.com has some sales of it:

      http://www.ioffer.com/i/Three-Days-Kristin-Davis-DVD--83653611

  13. QUESTION:
    what does gross mean for movies, esp. IMDBPRO?
    does gross mean the revenue over it's lifetime including rentals etc. or just how much it made in theatres?

    • ANSWER:
      gross= all$ that the film brings in (total ticket sales+rentals+DVD sales+TV rights, etc)..
      ...not to be confused with profit (subtract all costs from gross and then u have profit).

  14. QUESTION:
    where can i find the movie the Devil's Diary On DVD?
    i saw it on lifetime and i cant find it i looked on ebay and at lifetime.com....can someone help me

    • ANSWER:
      never heard of it, theres a film the devl dog diaries for sale on amazon tho

  15. QUESTION:
    Can a title ruin a movie?
    I just watched 'A Mighty Heart' starring Angelina Jolie, about the kidnapping and execution of Daniel Perl. Wonderful film, great performances, heartbreaking subject matter but the title makes it sound like a made for tv movie starring Melissa Gilbert! Thoughts?????

    • ANSWER:
      I fully agree with that! A positively major, incredible movie can be headed for the theaters and... What's the name? It was some guy's name I think. Wasn't it?

      I hear and say that a lot because the titles are so completely forgettable. Or, they name it something that's been used several times before. "Premonition" is one of the biggest culprits, with at least three recent films taking that name.

      How difficult is it to come up with a catchy title? If they can write a screenplay, they can think of a name that people will remember or at least connect with a movie!

      "A Mighty Heart" does sound like one of those Lifetime movies with someone like Melissa Gilbert or Sela Ward.

      Someone disagrees about "ruin", but how about these movies that still battle for an audience: Pumpkinhead, Curse of the Cat People, I Married a Monster from Outer Space, and I Walked With a Zombie? You still have to coax people into watching these remarkable movies. Some catch on in spite of their titles, but, think about this: I've seen too many people ask for titles here because they want to buy the DVD yet can't think of the name. That can mean sales are hurt unless people want to go through the DVDs and read a paragraph on the back. Or, how about suggesting the film to a friend? How do you do that if you don't even remember the title? Personally, I think giving a movie a person's name is stupid! Unless it's a really famous one or has a catchy sound, there's nothing to give a signal to a filmgoer. A lot can be said in one word though: Ghost, Alien, Aliens, Saw, Jaws, etc.

  16. QUESTION:
    Where can I buy this movie?
    Its called Eight Days To Live.
    I saw it on Lifetime but did a search in Blockbuster and Ebay and I cant find it! It was the best movie ever and I really want to see it again. It was on TV May 26th 2006.

    • ANSWER:
      Sorry to say but, many "made-for-tv" movies are never marketted for sales. I know what I'm talking about 'cause there was one particular tv movie that starred the late Robert Mitchum called: "A Killer in the Family" that I always wanted to buy and find on DVD and 'till this day it's nowhere to be found. Lost hope on that one pretty much. The best advise to you would be to try to find out when they will air the movie again and just record it with a dvd recorder. TV movies are sometimes repeated at certain times.

  17. QUESTION:
    I need to order the movie "kates secret " starring meridith baxter birney ,?
    Ive tried all the websites out there and cant find it help please!
    tacsaszar

    • ANSWER:
      I do not believe this movie has been released in DVD. Netflix nor Blockbuster have it available for rental. And nowhere in the Internet they have this movie in DVD for sale not even eBay.

      You might want to keep checking Lifetime Movie Network's TV Schedule to see when they will be showing it (http://www.lmn.tv/schedule/index.php?show=today )

      Please note that the link that was provided by Shashie, which offered a free copy of the movie, that the movie is not guaranteed to work in all DVD players and will be of the same quality as it was when the person recorded it from TV. The movie also may contain commercials. (In other words it's piracy since it is not an authorized copy)

  18. QUESTION:
    Which are better? Taiyo Yuden or Verbatim Archival Gold?
    I have been burning wedding videos for my customers on Archival Gold Verbatim UltraLife DVD-R's, but I recently learned about Taiyo Yuden discs, and decided to give them a try, so I just ordered a 100 spindle (they didin't have smaller pks) of TY Premium Silver Thermal Lacquer DVD-R's.
    My concern is about the scratch resistance of these TY's over the Verbatim. In the past, before I used Verbatims my customers used to complain about the discs getting scratched with other media, so now I am afraid the Taiyo Yudens might not be as good... but I cannot find more info about that. The reviews about the quality of the disc, though, are mostly excellent.

    Are Taiyo Yuden Premium discs somewhat scratch resistant?
    or should I have ordered Verbatims?

    • ANSWER:
      This is ONE of the Few areas I know a little about,,,
      BOTH are fantastic quality for recording on...

      Box of 100 Verbatim Gold have further extend media lifetime, Verbatim UltraLife DVDs contain a hard coating on the recording side to protect the discs from scratches cosy 0 free shipping supermedia store)

      Taiyo Yuden Premium Silver Thermal Lacquer 8X DVD-R Media 100 Pack in Cake Box (Free Ground Shipping)
      .99

      ===========================================
      You know.. That's a Judgement call brother.
      You asked : "Are Taiyo Yuden Premium discs somewhat scratch resistant" well MOST are some what "scratch" resistant but NOT scratch proof.

      If MONEY is nothing to you... use the Gold.
      If you live in MY world where every cent counts.. Use the Taiyo Yuden Premium disk!

      I use Verbatim everyday... You can get them in stores, but NOT Taiyo Yuden Premium. I like the artwork I can do with lightscribe and it's staying! Won't fade, smudge or wear off or come unglued. BTW.. I would NEVER use the Verbatim Gold.. not even for my MOST favorite of Movies my
      daughters first steps.. nothing. Too Rich for my blood.
      TY does not come in Lightscribe.

      I don't think your Verbatim Gold does either...

      Man for the Money... Give them TY, Once that Disk leaves your Studio... it's they're worry to take care of the disk or not!
      If it "gets scratched" it's NOT on you!
      They have to come back, ask for another copy and you make another buck. BUT like I said "Scratch Resistant" isn't "scratch proof".
      I think you want to give your customers good quality for the money... but it's still guarentee.
      Me (My father was a Pro-`grapher all his life..not a videographer) but when people wanted copies, dad had the negatives in storage and sent them off to the lab for more...
      Man.. I'd use TY (and I would encode them.. so they were not easy to make copies of) give them one (if your a really NICE guy maybe a FREE copy for the parents)
      And that's it. Rumors have it that Verbatim will or maybe could contract out CMC Magnetics (TDK,Maxwell, Memorex, prodisk,, etc etc ALL CRAP)
      For now TY and Verbatim still have the Quality and most people don't want to pay the price so they use a 25 pack dvd-r from radip shack on sale for 6.99-7.99. I might give that crap to my friends for a quick movie.. but ,own goes on the best. I have a feeling that GOLD just isn't worth the cost.

      I'm sure it LOOKS pretty all gold and all in your wedding package... BUT dayum, look at the cost. More bucks in YOUR pocket! The other thing that keeps pestering me...
      You HOME movie dvds are the SAME (in theory) as the store bought movies... You think THOSE are anymore scratch resistant than a Verbatim?
      Because people get that ONE disk and share it again and again with all the family.. THAT ISN'T YOUR PROBLEM!
      Even when you get the GOLD ones they aren't scratch proof.. you gonna replace each one of those also? (water resistant watches are not water proof either, you pay HIGH dollars for some of those also. You need to get the "How to take care of your disc instructions" from the back of a package and give them THAT inside the kit.

      (This last pack of Verbatim I got 3 coasters outta 30, not bad but I'm a little disappointed) Last pack of TY Zero coasters.but I had to write on them all.. my hand has like 2 fonts.. I get bored looking at my hand writing.

      PEACE MAN

  19. QUESTION:
    Looking for the name of a movie "supposedly" starring John Ritter.?
    Our elderly mother (mid 80's) claims she saw a movie quite some time back starring John Ritter as some kind of journalist who has found something he can use against a judge. Supposedly, during the movie, Ritter lives with some girl and they are pretending to be married. The movie (according to our mother) also had Jean Stapleton in it as well as possibly Katey Sagal. We've searched but haven't found any such movie (and as luck would have it, she's asking that we get it for her as a gift on DVD). Any help would be greatly appreciated (we think maybe she's got the movie facts mixed up).

    • ANSWER:
      I haven't seen this myself so apologies if it's the wrong one, but Chance of a Lifetime stars John Ritter, Katey Sagal and Jean Stapleton and involves a pretend marriage of convenience.

      Here's a synopsis I found at moviefone.com (http://www.moviefone.com/movie/chance-of-a-lifetime/1205593/synopsis)

      Can a severe back injury bring two lonely people together? Tom (John Ritter) is a respected journalist who makes the serious mistake of becoming involved with a married woman -- the wife of his publisher. Tom's editor, Irene (Katey Sagal), is forced to give him his pink slip, but when Tom sees Irene one day with her car stuck in a ditch, he decides to let bygones be bygones and help push the car back onto the road. Tom manages to do some serious damage to his back in the process, and with no job and no health insurance, he's not sure what to do about it. Irene feels awful about the situation, and makes Tom an offer -- she'll agree to an "in name only" marriage so Tom would be eligible under her insurance benefits. Tom agrees, but what started as a marriage of convenience starts taking a more romantic turn than either of them expected. Chance of a Lifetime also stars Jean Stapleton and David Naughton.

      Does that sound about right?

      Here's a trailer at youtube. http://youtube.com/watch?v=NReZy6dED3M

      Usually if you know more than one actor you can use imdb to narrow the film choices. Go to the page of one of the actors, e.g. John Ritter. Then at the bottom of the page there is a box which says "Find where John Ritter is credited alongside another name". And if you put in another name, e.g. Jean Stapleton, and follow the instructions on the following page then usually it will give back a shortlist of films in which they appeared together.

      I couldn't find it for sale at amazon. But someone is selling it at ioffer.com - http://www.ioffer.com/i/CHANCE-OF-A-LIFETIME-DVD-TV-John-Ritter-Katey-Sagal-54562266,

      and ebay Singapore - http://cgi.ebay.com.sg/Chance-of-a-Lifetime-John-Ritter-Katey-Sagal_W0QQitemZ350063690290QQihZ022QQcategoryZ41535QQcmdZViewItem

  20. QUESTION:
    Prayers For Bobby -DVD NOT BOOK?
    Is there a Release Date on it ?

    • ANSWER:
      I found "bootleg" copies here: http://www.sell.com/23X36J . Just be aware that these are ripped off the TV "as is"...so you will still see the Lifetime logo in the lower right corner....and the quality will only be about 90% perfect. But, you will get a decent copy of the movie to watch anytime you want. The "real" DVD probably won't come out for about a year.
      =======================
      PS -- I just bought a copy on iOffer from a reputable seller. She has 24 copies total for sale here: http://www.ioffer.com/i/PRAYERS-FOR-BOBBY-2009-SIGOURNEY-WEAVER-83953761
      Cost is + shipping.

  21. QUESTION:
    Which Laptop is overall a better deal for gaming and other entertainment?
    I am looking at two laptops but can't decide. Here are the specs

    ASUS N53SM-ES72:

    Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
    Display: 15.6" Full HD (1920 x 1080)
    CPU: Intel Core i7-2670QM (2.2GHz) Quad-Core
    Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M 2G
    Wireless: 802.11 b/g/n (@ 2.4GHz)
    LAN: 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet
    Memory: 6GB DDR3 1333MHz , 4 SODIMM Sockets, up to 16GB
    Storage: 750 GB 7200 RPM
    Optical Drive: DL DVD±RW/CD-RW
    Camera: 2.0 megapixel
    Speakers: Built-in speakers with Bang & Olufsen technology
    Microphone: Digital Array Microphone
    Card Reader: 1x 5-in-1 card reader (SD/MMC/MS/MS-PRO/MS Duo)
    Input/ Output: 1x Headphone-out jack, 1x Microphone-in jack, 1x VGA port, 1x RJ45 LAN Jack for LAN insert, 2x USB 2.0 ports, 1x USB 3.0 port, 1x HDMI port; Bluetooth 3.0
    Battery Pack: 6-cell
    Dimensions: 15.6 x 10.6 x 1.2 ~ 1.6 (W x D x H)
    Weight: 6.4 lbs (with 6-cell battery)
    Color: Silver Aluminum

    Here is the Custom Battalion 101 W25AES from iBUYPOWER.com

    Case
    Battalion 101 W25AES 15.6" Full HD 1920x1080 LED-Backlit Display Laptop w/HDMI Port, E-SATA, USB 3.0, Li-Ion Battery, Universal AC Power Adapter - Original Metallic Black
    Processor
    Intel® Core™ i7-3610QM Mobile Processor (4x 2.3GHz/6MB L3 Cache)
    Memory
    8GB [4GB x 2] 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM [Laptop Memory] - Corsair or Major Brand
    Video Card
    NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M 1GB Video [W25AES]
    Primary Hard Drive
    750 GB 7200rpm Serial-ATA Super Slim Laptop Hard Drive
    Optical Drive
    6X Blu-Ray-R/8x Dual Format DVD±R/±RW + 16x CD-R/RW Combo Drive [W25AES]
    Flash Media Reader / Writer
    Built-in 9-in-1 Media Card Reader/Writer [Laptop]
    Sound Card
    3D Premium Surround Sound Onboard
    Network Card
    Built-in 10/100/1000 Mbps LAN [Laptop]
    Internal Wireless Network Adapter
    802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi + Bluetooth Combo
    Operating System
    Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium + Office Starter 2010 (Includes basic versions of Word and Excel) - 64-Bit
    USB Ports
    Built-in 2x USB 2.0 Ports + 1x USB 3.0 Port [Laptop]
    Carrying Case
    Free Deluxe Carrying Case
    Video Camera
    Build-in 1.3 Mega Pixels Digital Web Video Camera
    Warranty
    Standard Warranty Service - Standard One(1) Year Limited Warranty + Lifetime Technical Support
    Rush Service
    Rush Service Fee (not shipping fee) - No Rush Service, Estimate Ship Out in 5~10 Business Days
    Free Stuff
    1 x [Free Mouse] - Logitech G300 with Nine Programmable Controls Free with purchase of Intel Core i7 Mobile Processor
    Free Stuff
    1 x [FREE] Creative Labs Fatal1ty Gaming Headset Free with Purchase of any system over 9
    *Independence Day Sale* Value Gift

    From the looks of it, the second choice is by far a better choice right since it comes with a mouse, case, gaming headset and basic micros ft office things. I am just looking to play any type of game at medium settings, that's all. Also, I have bluray movies but I might sell my ps3 for the laptop so bluray drive is essential to me. PS: I am a new starting college student.
    P.S.S

    The first choice cost about 0 USD and the second choice cost about 20 USD which is pretty much my highest budget.

    • ANSWER:
      The second one using the ivy bridge processor , surrond sound , free creative lab headset , and logitech mouse two of the some best companies to deal with , better webcam, bothe have the same graphic card , carrying case , i would suggest the second one from ibuy power

  22. QUESTION:
    Does Jack Nicholson still make money off of Batman films?

    • ANSWER:
      yes..he didn't take one lump some..he took a percentage of everything the movie makes for the lifetime of the movie..nobody thought the movie was going to do what it has done in the last two decades..so they agreed to that in terms of his contract..so any dvd sales today or even when a tbs or tnt contracts the movie...jackie boy still gets a rip off the profits...now thats a businessman...huh?

  23. QUESTION:
    Lking 4 folowing DVDs w/Chris Eccleston: Heart, Perfect Parents, With/Without You - R...?
    ...these avail w/Reg 1 format?
    The above mentioned are Movies with British actor, Christopher Eccleston. Can I purchase these in Region 1 format so I can view them? I am also looking for his other films, "JUDE" , "Shallow Grave", New Orleans, Mon Amour? Where do I purchase a decoder for my DVD player to view these if not available on Region 1? It seems a lot of his movies are Region 2 (UK).

    • ANSWER:

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  24. QUESTION:
    ABBA~questions about this band?
    ABBA

    1. What decade did the perform?
    2. What style of music did they perform?
    3. Who were the memberss of this group?
    4. What are their 3 most famous songs?
    5. How many songs total did they perform?
    6. What made this group stand out from today's groups?
    7. Did they win any awards or any recognition?

    THANK YOU

    • ANSWER:
      Ah... noh music class-e ABBA ha gu isso?
      k k k

      They were active 1972-1982

      The people who did ABBA in our class, they did the song "Dancing Queen" and "Mamma Mia"

      The members were Agnetha, Benny, Björn, Anni-Frid (get it? ABBA?)

      some awards they received are:
      # In 1978 The Album ABBA were honored with the Dutch music prize Edison Award (equivalent of Grammy Award).
      # In 1980 ABBA received a Georgie Award from the American Guild of Variety Artists (AGVA) as The Best Vocal Group of the Year.
      # In 1980 Super Trouper was recognized by Royal Swedish Academy of Music and magazine Musikrevyn as the "Best Album Recorded and Produced in Sweden".
      # In 1982 ABBA received a Golden Gramophone Award from Germany's recording company Deutsche Grammophon "in recognition of the outstanding contribution made by ABBA to popular music worldwide". Usually, the award was bestowed upon only classical musicians.
      # In 1982 ABBA were honoured at home by the prestigious music prize Spelmannen awarded by the jury that included members of Swedish Academy and Royal Swedish Academy of Music. To this day ABBA remain the only pop/rock musicians who ever received this award.
      # In 1992 ABBA received an Honorary Grammis Award.
      # In 1993 ABBA Gold: Greatest Hits brought ABBA a World Music Award as the Best Selling Scandinavian Artist of the Year.
      # In 2000 ABBA won the Rockbjörnen Swedish Artist of the Century Award.
      # ABBA was inducted into Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2002.
      # ABBA have two postage stamps honoring their achievements to Swedish music industry. The Swedish Postal Service released these in 1983 and 2000.
      # Ulvaeus and Andersson were recognised in 2001 with a Special International Ivor Novello Award. They also received the Music Export Prize from the Swedish Government and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Swedish Music Publishers Association (SMFF).
      # Mamma Mia! was nominated for a Broadway Tony Award as Best Musical in 2002.
      # In 2002, Andersson has been given an honorary professorship by the Swedish Government for his "ability to create high-class music reaching people around the world".
      # In 2003 ABBA were nominated into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but failed to get inducted.
      # On April 6, 2004 three former ABBA members (Ulvaeus, Andersson and Lyngstad) showed up together in London for the 30th anniversary of their Eurovision Song Contest win in 1974, appearing on stage after the fifth anniversary performance of Mamma Mia!. While on stage, they were presented an award from Universal Music and Polar Music for achieving record sales of 360 million sales worldwide between 1974 and 2004.
      # On October 22, 2005, during the celebration show for the 50th anniversary of the Eurovision Song Contest, Congratulations, held in Copenhagen, Denmark, "Waterloo" was voted the best Eurovision song in the history of the contest, beating off stiff competition from the likes of Celine Dion, Helena Paparizou, Cliff Richard and Johnny Logan. Despite pre-show rumours to the contrary, no band member was present to accept the accolade.
      # In 2005 the DVD version of the 1980 TV special ABBA in Concert was nominated for a Grammis.
      # In 2006 ABBA: The Movie won a Grammis as the Best Music DVD.
      # In 2009 ABBA the Museum will be opened in Stockholm Sweden, featuring original outfits and instruments used by the group, handwritten song lyrics, a display of different awards. The museum will also feature a studio where visitors can record their own ABBA songs.

      i'm not sure about the standing out one. You can make it yourself.

      They played Pop and Disco


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Lifetime Movies On Netflix Instant

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Are there any Lifetime movies or movies similar to the dramas on Lifetime on Netflix Instant?
    I have Netflix Instant (just the ones you watch online) and for some reason you can't just search "Lifetime movies" on there...You have to know titles. Anyone know of any on there? Thanks!!

    • ANSWER:
      Dawn Anna
      Accused at 17
      Gracie's Choice
      The Tenth Circle
      After the Promise
      Girl's Best Friend
      Twelve Mile Road
      Still Small Voices
      Home by Christmas
      Just Ask My Children
      Lies My Mother Told Me
      What If God Were the Sun?
      The Dive from Clausen's Pier
      Identity Theft: The Michelle Brown Story
      Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story

      You can check out many more Lifetime movies on this IMDb page:

      http://www.imdb.com/company/co0006395/

      I selected some that I have viewed (a few, more than once) and enjoyed.

  2. QUESTION:
    Any good movie suggestions on netflix instant?
    Or tv shows.
    I don't enjoy scifi or action.
    I usually like lifetime type movies haha, but i'm open to other types too.
    I also like investigation shows, basically anything on Investigation Discovery.

    • ANSWER:
      Here are some instant movies and tv shows:

      Movies:

      - Trust
      - Last Night
      - Where the Heart Is
      - No Strings Attached
      - Cruel Intentions
      - Girl Interrupted
      - Never Been Kissed
      - Angel Eyes
      - Chalet Girl
      - Pay It Forward
      - Sorority Wars
      - Me Without You
      - Fish Tank
      - Brothers
      - 28 Days

      Tv shows:

      - The Killing
      - The First 48
      - Cold Case Files
      - Law & Order:SVU
      - Missing
      - Forensics: You Decide

  3. QUESTION:
    Lifetime movies on netflix instant?
    I just got netflix instant so I could watch movies online. I love lifetime movies and any dramatic or true story made-for-tv-movies. I've only found a few on netflix, it seems like they barely have any lifetime or made for tv movies at all. I already watched Family Sins and The Ryan White story as well as Just Ask my Children. But other than that I can't find any others. Do you know of any?

    • ANSWER:
      Netflix instant is mainly for tv shows unfortunately. Netflix has lifetime movies or simlilar movies dvd mail order. I have Lifetime on demand free cable service, commercial free. Check your local cable service.

      Appears we enjoy the same type of movies, check out movies Triumph of the heart, The Shunning, A stoning in Fulham county, very good movies :)

  4. QUESTION:
    Any good lifetime or DRAMA movies like these on INSTANT Netflix?
    I watched a couple movies last night and would LOVE to watch more like them!

    "Home Room" was a movie about a school shooting
    "Trust" was about a teen who gets lured in by an online predator.
    Both movies brought me to tears,
    Also watched "Cyberbully" it was pretty good too, actually made me cry as well!

    I'm in a crying kind of mood and love lifetime or just DRAMA movies, any suggestions?

    • ANSWER:
      Have you ever seen "Not Without My Daughter?" The movie doesn't even tell the half of the story. The book was amazing.

      A Man Called Peter - It comes on TCM on Friday (18th) at 10:00 pm Eastern. I saw it years ago and it was a tear jerker at the end. It's about a famous senate chaplain from Scotland back in the 1940's and how he came to America and married an American girl. It's part love story.

      Inn of the Sixth Happiness - I know. What a strange title. This is another old movie that stars Ingrid Bergman. I really found this movie interesting. A woman goes over to China to help the orphans. She can't get any churches to back her and so she goes on her own. The actress Ingrid Bergman was so affected by the real woman's story that she continued to donate to the orphanage for the rest of her life. This comes on TCM on Saturday (19th) at 2:30 PM Eastern. Oh, and "The FBI Story" that comes on right after this movie at 5:15 pm Eastern - Sat. Stars Jimmy Stewart. That's a really good movie too. Not a tear jerker but I really enjoyed it..

      Stand and Deliver - I knew someone who was profoundly affected by this movie. It didn't grab me as much - maybe because an inner city school was a place I just didn't want to be at. But, the teacher was very impressive and did a phenomenal job with the students.

      I know you can probably get all of these on Netflix as well.

  5. QUESTION:
    What are some names of movies?
    I want them to be able to get them on Netflix whether through the mail or instant. I'm looking for movie titles of like movies about teens with issues, Like the LifeTime movie pregnancy pact, or Augusta Gone, or the one about the teenage girl who's getting cybebullied and tries to kill herself.

    • ANSWER:

  6. QUESTION:
    Some good drama/thriller movies on netflix instant? help please ?
    I want them to be like thrillers and dramas? like murder movies too. movies that would be on lifetime.

    • ANSWER:
      Here are a few thrillers in their line-up that I watched and liked.

      The Lincoln Lawyer
      Limitless
      All Good Things
      Shutter Island

  7. QUESTION:
    Good lifetime movies on Netflix instant?! Help!?
    Can anyone give me some good lifetime movies to check out on Netflix. I love lifetime movies because sometimes they're hilarious, but I'll take any genre of lifetime movies. But make sure they're good. Please help.

    • ANSWER:
      'As Good As It Gets' is about a man with OCD who tries to change. It's very funny and interesting to see his character develop throughout the story.

  8. QUESTION:
    should i learn how 2 play bass guitar? can i be a lead singer & bassist @ the same tym?
    Im a singer & I want 2 b a lead singer in a rock band wen im older. (im 14, almost 15) but i have a lot of guy problems & ive noticed tht there r a lot of guys who date girls tht play bass guitar. i no its not gonna keep me from having guy problems, but im hoping tht itll make me have LESS guy problems. is tht ok?

    • ANSWER:
      YES, you can be a bass player and lead singer at the same time. I did it, so can you. However, playing the bass and singing is NOT (as you well know) going to solve any of your guy problems. If you really want to know about love and all the things people do wrong and all the false perceptions they have which get them into trouble with the opposite sex, there is a wonderful movie directed by Clint Eastwood that points out all of them and if you watch it with an open mind and just absorb what is being said and think about the situations portrayed in that movie, you will come away a better person for having seen it and your chances of understanding and applying the common sense approach to love that the play-write wanted you to obtain will be very high. When asked about his favorite movie during an interview Clint Eastwood said it would have to be "Breezy". It's available at Netflix on DVD.

      One word of warning about watching any movie. If you want to get the most out of a movie or anything else that you observe ponder this ... "Unless the soul goes out to meet what you see, you do not see it. Nothing do you see, not a beetle, not a blade of grass." That is also true of a phenomenon we commonly call love at first sight. When two hearts meet and their eyes touch, their souls will reach out and embrace one another. The soul is capable of learning more about the other person in an instant than the conscious mind is capable of learning in a lifetime. Soon thereafter when you meet again and you feel that warm cheerful assurance that you are in the presence of someone who truly cares about you, that is when you have the very best opportunity to fall in love successfully. That is what the movie Breezy so perfectly portrays. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. I wish you well!

  9. QUESTION:
    Netflix & Lifetime movies?
    Can anybody give me a list or a few titles that are currently streaming on instant Netflix that are Lifetime movies or Lifetime-like movies?

    (it would also help if there was a little description about each movie.)

    • ANSWER:
      The Perfect Husband -
      When pregnant Laci Peterson vanishes, her disappearance sparks a search that becomes moot when the police make public their suspicions of foul play.

      Just Ask My Children -
      When Brenda and Scott Kniffen are accused of child molestation and physical abuse, the couple's impressionable children are coerced into testifying against their parents. The Kniffens are sentenced to life imprisonment for crimes they didn't commit.

      The Sitter-
      In this made-for-cable thriller, affluent California couple Carter (William R. Moses) and Meghan (Gail O'Grady) hire sweet teen Abby Reed (Mariana Klaveno) as a live-in nanny for their two children -- only to discover that she's harboring a dark secret.

      Devil in the Flesh -
      After her mother dies in a fire, Debbie Strand (Rose McGowan) goes to live with her elderly grandmother, who strictly monitors Debbie's behavior and forces her to wear her mother's clothes to school. After Debbie snaps and beats her grandmother to death with her cane, she sets her attention on her English teacher (Peter Rinaldi), on whom she develops an obsessive crush.
      I Accuse -
      A trip to the hospital emergency room ends in a case of rape for small-town single-mother Kimberly Jansen (Estella Warren) after physician Richard Darian (John Hannah) -- instead of treating her injury -- drugs and sexually assaults her.

      Confined -
      Based on a true story, this intense thriller follows housewife Victoria, who, after moving into a new neighborhood with her husband and teenage daughter, becomes suspicious that the man next door is keeping family members prisoner in his basement.

      The Shunning -
      About to embark on an arranged marriage with the bishop of her Amish community, 19-year-old Katie Lapp realizes she can't go through with it when she learns she's adopted -- that is, not truly Amish. Now, she must face the community's silent wrath.

      Too Young to Die? -
      After street hustler Billy Canton (Brad Pitt) turns her on to a life of drugs, theft and prostitution, abused and homeless Amanda Bradley (Juliette Lewis) stabs a man while high and finds herself standing trial, facing the death penalty for homicide.

      Blind Terror-
      Head over heels in love, Susan (Nastassja Kinski) impulsively marries a man she hardly knows. But wedded bliss isn't all it's cracked up to be when she's targeted (via threatening telephone calls) by a woman who claims to be an ex-lover of Susan's new husband. After some amateur sleuthing, Susan learns that those calls may be coming ... from inside her own house.

      Cruel Intentions -
      Quenching a thirst for dangerous games, promiscuous Kathryn Merteuil challenges her stepbrother to deflower their headmaster's daughter before summer ends. If he succeeds, he gets to bed Kathryn. If he fails, she'll win his most prized possession.

      True Crime -
      Young Mary Gordano (Alicia Silverstone) spends her days poring over detective magazines, fascinated by the world of criminal investigation. Thus, when a classmate is found brutally murdered, Mary decides to delve into the mysterious death herself.

      Cyberbully-
      Teenager Taylor Hillridge finds herself a target of bullying by fellow students through a popular social website in this topical drama with a message. After the abuse makes Taylor afraid to face her classmates, her mother gets involved.

      Home Room-
      A small town is rocked by a shooting at its high school that results in nine deaths and serious injury to one popular female student, Deanna (Erika Christensen). As a detective (Victor Garber) looks for those responsible, his concentration turns to a defiant outcast named Alicia (Busy Phillips).

      Irresitable -
      Sophie Hartley is convinced that her husband's beautiful co-worker Mara is stalking her. In Sophie's mind, Mara covets her children, her husband and her life. But are her fears well-founded -- or just the imaginings of a borderline paranoiac?

      The Life Before Her Eyes-
      As the anniversary of a high school shooting approaches, a young woman flashes back to a time when she dreamed of leaving her small town behind for bigger things. Drifting between past and present, she wonders whether she can live with her choice.

      SherryBaby-
      Newly released from prison, recovering addict Sherry Swanson (Maggie Gyllenhaal) struggles to normalize her life so she can be a good person and a trustworthy mother to her young daughter, Lexie (Ryan Simpkins). The stresses mount as she clashes with her sober housemates, disappoints a parole officer who's growing impatient and faces old temptations, all the while her daughter grows attached to Sherry's brother, Bobby.

  10. QUESTION:
    where can you watch any of jane austen's movies online?
    ex sense and sensibillity, pride and prejudice, becoming jane, emma, northanger abbey etc.

    • ANSWER:
      I haven't watched anything from veoh so I can't vouch for them, but I found the free, Bollywood version of Pride and Prejudice (called Bride and Prejudice) at: http://www.veoh.com/videos/v9539579GW7KsbZ?searchId=3457679005868157040&rank=5
      and the A&E/BBC Pride and Prejudice with Colin Firth (in parts) at http://www.veoh.com/search.html?numResults=20&advSearch=%2B%28%2B%22Pride+and+Prejudice%22+%29&fromAdvanced=fromAdvanced
      and Emma at: http://www.veoh.com/search.html?numResults=20&advSearch=%2B%28%2B%22Emma%22+%29&fromAdvanced=fromAdvanced

      There are some free sites for movies, but none others that I found included movies adapted from Jane Austen novels. However, I did find some of the movies available at Netflix (which needs a monthly subscription). I've read a warning about any site that asks you to download some software to view the titles, because the software may harm your computer. At Netflix there IS software, but I can tell you it hasn't injured my computer in any way. I can't, from personal experience, tell you about any of the other places.

      Jane Austen available to view on Netflix:
      Emma (BBC-Doran Godwin)
      Mansfield Park (BBC-Bernard Hepton)
      Pride and Prejudice -(BBC-Elizabeth Garvie)
      Sense and Sensibility (BBC-Irene Richard)
      Sense and Sensibility (Emma Thompson)
      So far they don't have either Northanger Abbey or Persuasion available to view online.

      However, you have to become a Netflix customer to view these. The plans go like this: 8 at-a-time (Unlimited) - .99 a month; 7 at-a-time (Unlimited) - .99 a month; 6 at-a-time (Unlimited) - .99 a month; 5 at-a-time (Unlimited) - .99 a month; 4 at-a-time (Unlimited) - .99 a month; 3 at-a-time (Unlimited) - .99 a month; 2 at-a-time (Unlimited) - .99 a month; 1 at-a-time (Unlimited) - .99 a month; 1 at-a-time (2 a month) - .99 a month; With the ability to watch movies online limited by the plan you chose:
      Watching movies instantly on your PC is limited by viewing time each month. The limit is based on the cost of your membership plan size and resets at the beginning of your monthly billing period. For each of monthly plan cost (excluding taxes), 1 hour of instant watching is included. For example, if you are on our 3 at-a-time (unlimited) plan, you pay .99 a month, and you have 17 hours of instant viewing time per month.

      According to this site: http://www.consumer-watch.org/moviedownload.html
      the reputable sites for viewing movies all have membership fees. This reviewer mentions three he tried (the first getting 5 stars, the second 4-1/2, the third 3-1/2): 1. Butterfly Download Network-.95 for unlimited use lifetime membership; 2. Shared Movies-.95 for unlimited use membership; 3. The Movie Downloads-.95 for unlimited use membership. You have to sign in to check the movies, so I wasn't able to ascertain the availability of Jane Austen movie titles.

      If you merely want to view/download movies online or on your computer, maybe one of those three would do well for you or try veoh.com. (I haven't tried them, so I can't guarantee that they would have what you want and be what you want.) If you want the option to rent movies AND download, I'd go with Netflix.

      As to Becoming Jane, I've only seen previews available online.

      I hope this helps.

  11. QUESTION:
    any watch now/watch instantly lifetime or tv movies on netflix?

    • ANSWER:
      These are some tv movies instant on Netflix:

      Sorority Wars
      The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story
      Revenge of Bridesmaids
      Mistaken Identity
      Cyberbully
      A Secret Affair
      Another Day
      My Fake Fiancé
      Confessions of Sorority Girls
      Triple Dog
      The Burning Bed
      Surrender, Dorothy
      A Place Called Home
      Crimes of Fashion
      Touched
      The Good Witch
      For the Love of Grace
      My Future Boyfriend
      Beauty & the Briefcase

  12. QUESTION:
    Good movies? HELP!!!?
    I have to find a GOOD movie to show at a movie night, and I need some that can be instant in netflix.
    like these:
    read it and weep
    you again
    glee the movie
    anything disney channel.

    PLZ HELP!!!!

    • ANSWER:
      to be fat like me - Kaley Cucco (2007)

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0889600/

      i really like this movie it premiered on lifetime a few years ago an i watched it in school one day for anti-bullying week. its not what you expect either wich is what the whole movie is about don't judge a book by its cover meaning don't judge someone if you don't know them because everything inst as what it appears to be.
      hope this helps :)

  13. QUESTION:
    Questions about Roku and channels? Please help!?
    If I buy a Roku receiver, will I be able to get all of these channels for free?

    http://www.roku.com/roku-channel-store#15

    Or do I have to pay for each channel individually?

    • ANSWER:
      First thing you want to do is understand the concept of channels. I can say with the human face there are 1,000's of different faces you can make. In theory this is true. In reality we only make about 10 on a day to day basis. Happy, sad, mad, confused, you get the idea. All the rest are just variations of a silly face that we never do on average.

      Same goes for the Roku Channels (also known as apps). It is a good selling point to say there are 1,000's of channels. Well so does your radio & how many do you really listen to? There are only about 10 that are worth having and you will even need.

      Netflix: Monthly fee (under a month for just streaming). This is going to be the bulk of your watching since they have the most content of them all.

      Amazon On Demand: Annual fee (under a year so under a month). They have the 2nd most content. They are the only one that can give Netflix a run for their money. They have true 1080 HD (Netflix is only 720 HD). You have the ability to buy or rent movies. It is instant, you do not have to wait for a DVD to come in the mail and send it back like Netflix. Some like it better then Netflix. But for streaming alone, Netflix has a bigger selection

      Hulu Plus: Monthly fee (under a month) not worth talking about since there are so many problems with it & streaming. Once Hulu works the bugs out, it may be worth paying for. More old movies, B movies, and lots of TV reruns.

      Crackle: FREE to have/watch (there are commercials) They have a limited selection of movies and TV reruns to watch

      Popcornflix: Free to have/watch (commercials) They have a limited selection as well.

      Raterix: Free to have... this is used to watch things on Youtube since Youtube pulled their channel.

      HBO GO: Free if you have HBO. This is a joke tho in reality since the big cable companies that most people have do not support it. So if you have Verizon, Comcast or the like, you can not use it.

      USB Channel: This is free to have and the hidden gem of the Roku (on select models). You can (ahem, cough, wink) download all the block busters for free off the internet in 1080 HD with surround sound and then watch them on your tv. No DVD's to burn, None to buy, No $$$ what so ever. I know a person who has only had the Roku for a couple weeks and already has a Blu Ray quality, block buster collection of about 500 movies doing this.

      So to answer your question, some are free and some you pay for. The number is not what it seems since most is junk. But if done right, with the few worth having and the usb, you can have more movies and tv shows then you can watch in a lifetime (if all you did was watch tv).

      If you are going to get a Roku, do a search and get the XDS model. (Not the ones at sears for 0 lol they were only when they came out. You should be able to get one new or like new still for under ). It is not the newest model but is the elite model. It will run circles around any of the new Roku 2's. It has composite tv, component tv, HDMI tv connections (so will work on any age or tv type). It has HDMI and optical digital out (so true surround sound on any type system). It has the 12 button remote vs the 9 button remote the other rokus have. It has both wired and wireless connection options. And it has the USB port to watch movies, view pictures, listen to music on your tv/surround systems.

  14. QUESTION:
    What is Tivo exactly? and what's the price for it?
    I now its kinda like DVR where you record your programs or something like that, but can somebody explain it to me in more specific way? and is there a monthly subscription? like do i have to join a cable or dish company or is it a company of its own? and whats the price for it and for the subscription is there is any?

    I know I could look these information up, but I wanted specific answers.
    So, i need to have a dish or cable to record that shows? I can't use this as a replacement for my cable right? but isn't that kinda like the DVR from cable?or does the tivo has more features or options for recording things?

    • ANSWER:
      Tivo is a device that includes a hard drive which records shows from your television (HDTV or standard tv), cable or satellite) onto the device. You can pause live recorded shows, rewind, fast foward, instant replay, slow motion, jump to the beginning of the show or end of the show. Think of it as time travel and delaying the show and watching in your own way as the show is running in real time.

      There is a monthly service because they provide you a listing of television guide each day for all the channels and you can use your remote to program which shows you like to be recorded. You can pay monthly for .95 a month, or a annual one time fee of 9.00 or 9.00 which is product lifetime and no more monthly fees.

      The Tivo DVR device which is the similar size of a VCR is about 9.00. It can record up to 80 hours of television shows onto the hard drive. Some models can even records two shows at once on different channels. Some models now have netflix which means if you are netflix customer, you can use your Tivo device hooked up to your television and watch most online movies into your television through the Tivo. Most models also can watch Youtube videos through Tivo onto your television as well.


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Lifetime Movies On Dvd True Crimes

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    movie david made in 1988 based on true crime story ?
    Can anyone tell me why this popular movie has not been released on dvd in australia yet

    • ANSWER:
      If you are asking if the movie is a true story, it is.
      David is a six-year-old boy who is caught in the middle of his two feuding (& divorced) parents. His father, Charles, kidnaps him to California, where he eventually sets him on fire as a means of revenge against Marie, David's mother (Young David receives third-degree burns over 90% of his body). This movie chronicles David's struggle to recover and the obstacles he faces along the way.

      John Glover (who plays the role of the father) said that this was the only time in his career that he was really traumatized playing a character. This movie doesn't really show why Charles Rothenberg was so evil, but it does an excellent job of showing the horrible suffering he caused this child. An infuriating footnote: Rothenberg sentenced his son to a lifetime of disfigurement and pain, but he was released from jail after serving only six years. They have since changed the laws he was sentenced under, today he would have gotten life without parole.

  2. QUESTION:
    Where and why was A Clockwork Orange Banned?

    • ANSWER:
      Only the film was banned. The book to the extent of my knowledge was never banned.

      [edit] Responses and controversy
      The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture (it lost to The French Connection) and reinvigorated sales for recordings of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. It also caused considerable controversy (see below) and was withdrawn from release in the UK. By the time of its re-release in the year 2000, it had already gained a reputation as a cult classic. It was recently placed at number 21 on AFI's 100 Years... 100 Thrills and number 46 on AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies, though in the second listing it ranked in 70th place. Alex De Large was placed at number 12 in the villain section of the AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes and Villains list.

      [edit] United States censorship
      The film was rated X on its original release in the United States. Later, Kubrick voluntarily replaced roughly 30 seconds of footage from two scenes with less bawdy action for a 1973 re-release, rated R. It is a common myth that only the R-rated version can be seen nowadays, but in fact the opposite is true: all DVDs present the original X-rated form, and only some of the early 80s VHS editions are in the R-rated form.[7]

      The film was rated C (for "condemned") by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' Office for Film and Broadcasting because of its explicit sexual and violent content; such a rating conceptually forbade Catholics from seeing the film. The "condemned" rating was abolished in 1982, and since then films deemed by the conference to have unacceptable levels of sex and/or violence have been rated O, meaning "morally offensive".

      [edit] British withdrawal
      In the United Kingdom, the sexual violence in the film was considered extreme. Furthermore, it was claimed that the film had inspired copycat behaviour. In March 1972, a prosecutor at a trial of a 14-year-old boy accused of the manslaughter of one of his classmates referred to A Clockwork Orange, telling the judge that the case had a macabre relevance to the film.[8]

      The attacker, a boy age 16 from Bletchley, pleaded guilty after telling police that his friends had told him of the film "and the beating up of an old boy like this one"; defence counsel told the trial "the link between this crime and sensational literature, particularly A Clockwork Orange, is established beyond reasonable doubt".[9] The press also blamed the influence of the film for a rape in which the attackers sang "Singin' in the Rain". Kubrick subsequently requested that Warner Brothers withdraw the film from UK distribution.

      At the time, it was widely believed that the copycat attacks were what led Kubrick to withdraw the film from distribution in the United Kingdom. However, in a television documentary made after Kubrick's death, his widow Christiane confirmed rumours that Kubrick had withdrawn A Clockwork Orange on police advice after threats were made against Kubrick and his family (the source of the threats was not discussed). That Warner Bros. acceded to Kubrick's request to withdraw the film is an indication of the remarkable relationship Kubrick had with the studio, particularly the executive Terry Semel.

      The ban was vigorously pursued during Kubrick's lifetime. One art house cinema that defied the ban in 1993, and was sued and lost, was the Scala cinema at Kings Cross, London, on the same premises as the present-day Scala nightclub. Unable to meet the cost of the defence, the cinema club was forced into receivership. [10]

      Whatever the reason for the film's withdrawal, it could not easily be seen in the United Kingdom for some 27 years. The first VHS and DVD releases followed shortly after Kubrick's death. It was also shown in many UK cinemas.

  3. QUESTION:
    I really want to watch/buy a movie it is Ultimate Deception. It is a Lifetime movie. Any info would be great!?
    Ultimate Deception
    Made: 1999
    Genre: True Story Drama
    Stars: Yasmine Bleeth, Richard Grieco
    Terry longs to have a baby of her own. But she'll soon discover that her new husband has committed a heinous crime to make her dream come true.

    • ANSWER:
      i couldn't find it on dvd to buy sorry

      http://www.mylifetime.com/on-tv/movies/movies-a-z?apage=U

      or when it comes on lifetime again sorry

      wish i could have helped more

      you are in luck- i found ultimate deception dvd with Yasmine Bleeth

      http://www.ioffer.com/search/items/Ultimate+Deception/text_pics/ioffer/0/false

  4. QUESTION:
    7th Heaven I know that Jessica Biel is making movies but what about the res of the family.....anyone know?

    • ANSWER:
      Stephen Collins (Eric) has done a tv movie in 2008 called "Every Second Counts".

      Barry Watson (Matt) starring as Todd in Samantha Who

      David Gallagher (Simon) did a guest spot on Numb3rs, and in CSI:Miami, he was in the horror sequel Boogeyman 2, which went straight to DVD, His next guest appearance was in an October 2008 episode of the FOX crime drama Bones and he's also well-known for having voiced Riku in the Kingdom Hearts video game franchise.

      Beverly Mitchell (Lucy) Her life-long dream of becoming a country music singer came true when, in 2006, she recorded her debut album, Beverley Mitchell. She co-wrote 8 of the songs featured on the album, including the hit single "Angel", which was written in memory of her late friend Angela. In the summer, Beverley starred in the TV movie "I Know What I Saw," which aired on the Lifetime Television network. Beverley also has plans of recording a second album. She got married on Oct. 1, 2008 and castmates Jessica Biel and Mackenzie Rosman were bridesmaids.

      Mackenzie Rosman (Ruthie) She supports Childhelp Inc. and is an ambassador for the organization, which helps severely abused children. Rosman is also the national honorary chairman for CureFinders, a school fund-raising program to help fund the search for a cure for cystic fibrosis. Rosman graduated from Valencia High School (Santa Clarita, California) in late May 2007.

  5. QUESTION:
    help me if you can please?
    it was a lifetime movie that starred tiffany ambe thiessen(sp). she was murdered by a girl that was jealous of her, andthe girl ended up living in the house of the girl she murdered. there where two other girls there, and one of them went to the police after awhile.

    • ANSWER:
      A Killer Among Friends (1992 TV movie)
      starring Patty Duke, Margaret Welsh,Tiffani-Amber Thiessen (aka Tiffani Thiessen), David Cubitt, Loretta Swit, Debra Sharkey, Ben Bass, Chad Todhunter
      IMDb synopsis:
      Based on a true story: Jenny Monroe is the perfect daughter. One day, she goes out with her friends and does not return. Later, the police arrive to tell her mother she has been found dead. Jean Monroe begins to investigate in order to find her daughter's killer. The horrifying truth about Jenny's final moments are shocking and disturbing.

      This site has information about the real-life crime:

      http://www.geocities.com/traciy2000/missy_avila.html?1008970782000

      I have yet to find this available on DVD or VHS, but I'm sure there must be copies out there somewhere.

  6. QUESTION:
    Point of entry with Holly marie combs?
    Has anyone seen point of entry. I am 14 and I wanted to see it but I wasnt sure what its rated and I want to know if it was scary. Im not that good with blood either.

    I wanted to know when the next time it was on and if it was good.
    Holly marie combs is my favorite actress so i wanted to see it.

    anymore good movies i can watch with either Holly Marie Combs, alyssa milano, rose mcgowan or shannen doherty in them?

    • ANSWER:
      Point of Entry (Panic Button) is rated PG-13
      About the movie:
      Holly plays Kathy. After a wife is the victim of a violent crime, a young couple moves into a state-of-the-art, gated community to escape the dangers of the outside world. They strike up a quick friendship with their recently-divorced next-door neighbour, who they quickly learn is not as good-natured and friendly as they thought, but a sociopath who becomes obsessed with the wife.

      Here's what the movie is about:
      Terror moves into an exclusive gated community, when a series of brutal murders stirs up intense fear. The neighborhood is about to become dead quiet.

      You might be able to catch it on Lifetime or you can buy the DVD online.

      A good movie with Alyssa Milano is Wisegal

      About the Movie:
      Time for all the "wiseguys" to step aside for the "wisegal" in a mob movie like no other. From Executive Producer Joe Pistone, the real-life "Donnie Brasco," comes a true story offering the female take on life in the Mafia. Patty Montanari, widowed at a young age, takes a page from the neighborhood Mafioso and turns to selling contraband cigarettes to support her three sons. Patty then begins a romance with mobster Frank Russo, who recognizes her business savvy and gives her a nightclub to manage. Before long, she gets promoted even higher up in the ranks. She becomes a big-time money courier for "the family." And although she's living the high life, Patty soon becomes disenchanted with the mob — especially when she fears that her sons may end up "wiseguys" one day. But everyone knows getting out of the mob ain't easy — especially when you're working for the boss of one of New York's five biggest crime families. See how Patty tries to break free without losing her life.

      I hope I helped!
      :)

  7. QUESTION:
    New movie on Lifetime with Kirstie Alley?
    What is that movie on life time where Kirstie alley plays a foster parent and somehow they find out that she has been hiding a child in the basement It's a newer movie i think. I saw it advertised on that channel and couldn't remember the name
    I thought it was kirstie alley. I may be wrong. But it was shown on lifetime maybe about a month ago on a commerical. It was about a woman who was a foster care provider and she had maybe around 4 kids. And somehow they found out that she kept one child locked in the basement. She tried to seem like a normal family. Thats all that was really shown on the commerical.

    • ANSWER:
      there was a new movie on dvd this past fall called "an american crime" itis a true story in the 1960's starring catherine keener adn ellen page abouta mother of 4 who agrees to take care of her neighbors 2 kids for awhile, and ends up keeping one locked int he basement. was the first documented case of actual child abuse in america. if it's not the one you seek, it's still a very good and haunting film!--hope this helps


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Lifetime Movies About Teenagers

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    What are good Lifetime movies about teenagers?
    Can you list and summarize any good Lifetime movies about teenage girls going through some things in life? I like movies with drama, suspence and relationships. Here's a list of lifetime movies I like; Betrayed At 17, Walking the Halls, Born Bad, Perfect Teacher, Queen Sized, Devil's Diary... Do you know any movies about a teenage girl being in a secret relationship with an older guy?

    • ANSWER:
      Pregnancy project. It is about a girl who fakes a pregnancy as a school project to see how people treat her

  2. QUESTION:
    What is the title of the Lifetime movie where the girl wants to sleep with a Rock star?
    I've been searching everywhere and can't seem to find out what its called. If anyone can give me any help it'd be greatly appreciated. I'm pretty sure that its a Lifetime movie... It's about a teenager who sees this Rock Star type guy and tries to get advice on how to sleep with him and eventually does. Just don't remember what the movie was called.

    • ANSWER:
      Girl

  3. QUESTION:
    What are the names of these Lifetime movies? Descriptions inside?
    1. There was a socially awkward girl at a party and she got raped with a broomstick and had to testify against the people at the party and she didnt want to tell on them because she made a promise and thought they were her friends.
    2.These girls were at a party and they would have girls stand on a table and judge them by writing on them with markers, and there was a girl who they called thunder thighs and drew lightening marks on her thighs and made her cry

    Do you know any other good Lifetime movies about teenagers?

    • ANSWER:
      1) Our Guys: An Outrage at Glen Ridge

      2) Dying to Belong

      Odd Girl Out
      Some Kind of Wonderful
      She's Too Young

  4. QUESTION:
    movie where teenagers act like a woman on intercom to a truck driver and he comes back to torture them?
    lifetime movie
    wasnt paying attention to what catagorie I put this in. Not quite a smarty.

    • ANSWER:
      And you put this in Politics>Law and Ethics because...?

  5. QUESTION:
    Can anyone recommend some Lifetime movies for teens?
    I am a teenager and I would like to watch some Lifetime movies. Any ideas? If you do can you tell me what the movie is about also.

    Thanks

    • ANSWER:
      augusta, gone
      painful secrets
      the party never ends
      thirteen
      speak

      those are my favorites :D

  6. QUESTION:
    What are some good movies about Teenagers putting there mother through alot where the mother gives up?
    Anyone know of some movies about teeangers putting there mother our mother and father through alot and not listening and running away. Movies like that. Or anyone know of some good movies about teenagers are adults having to be locked up?

    • ANSWER:
      "WALKING THE HALLS" love that movie! Its about a high school girl who gets caught up in prostitution. Its a Lifetime Movie Network (LMN) movie. If you have Verizon Fios On Demand you can get it for free.

  7. QUESTION:
    What is the name of the Lifetime movie about a teenager with cancer who becomes pregnant?
    It came out in the early to mid-1990s. The girl is forced to choose between eding her pregnancy and proceeding with chemotherapy. She elects to carry the baby to term. I believe she dies at the end. At the end, there is a beautiful song about rainbows. If anyone can tell me the name of this movie I will be very grateful. Thank you.

    • ANSWER:
      You must be talking about the TV movie Love Lives On (1985).

      The focus is on 15-year-old Susan Wallace (Mary Stuart Masterson), who in the course of the film's 97 minutes runs the gamut of crises from drug addiction to unwed pregnancy to cancer. In the climax, poor Susan must decide whether or not to bring into the world a baby that may be even less healthy than she.

      A song was played at the end called Lullaby. The singers were David Palmer and Amy Holland. They played this song when the parents found out that the girl in the movie died and they were crying and dancing in the hallway of the hospital.

      Another movie that has the same theme is Carlos Bolado's richly atmospheric Sólo Dios Sabe (Only God Knows) which follows the relationship of Mexican journalist Damián, played by Diego Luna, and Brazilian student Dolores, played by the luminous Alice Braga.

      As Dolores finds out more about her grandmother's religion, becomes religious herself, discovers she's pregnant, Diego finds her again, they get together, she gets diagnosed with cancer, decides to have the baby instead of getting the cancer removed, she dies.

  8. QUESTION:
    What is the name of the movie where a girl who plays piano is kidnapped and her hands are cut off and reattach?
    It might be a lifetime movie? And in the end the girl either is rescued or escapes..

    • ANSWER:
      Plot Summary for
      When the Bough Breaks (1994) More at IMDbPro »
      advertisementOn July, 4th in Houston, a teenager finds a human hand in the sewer. Captain Swaggert is investigating the discovery of seven hands over several years, each one precisely severed and with a number tattooed on the palm, but as yet has no leads. The highly qualified Special Investigator, Audrey Macleah, is assigned to join the team and give support to the investigation. When the police department receives a call from a medical doctor in an institution, Audrey visits him. There, the doctor introduces the autistic boy Jordan Thomas to her, disclosing seven hands that the boy had drawn on the wall. Audrey dedicates her attention to Jordan and discovers that he is connected to the serial-killer. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
      Ally Walker ... Special Investigator Audrey Macleah

      Martin Sheen ... Captain Swaggert

      Ron Perlman ... Dr. Douglas Eben

  9. QUESTION:
    I need a good list of movies to watch about teenagers. Any suggestions?
    i love to watch movies about teenagers. any kind will be great like struggles, romance or humor. it doesn't matter if they are low budget or if they are TV movies like lifetime movies..but any suggestions will help.

    • ANSWER:
      ferris buellers day off, clueless, never been kissed, election, shes all that, 10 things i hate about you, the breakfast club.... most stuff along those lines

  10. QUESTION:
    What was the name of that Lifetime movie about a compulsive gambling teenager?
    there was a movie I saw on Lifetime a few years ago about a teenage girl who became a compulsive gambler. I think it origianlly aired in the late 90's to the early 2000's. Ive been looking for it a while and I cannot find it.

    • ANSWER:
      I believe you are looking for "Lucky Girl: My Daughters Secret" it aired on Lifetime in 2001. Here is the

      IMDB

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0279204/

  11. QUESTION:
    What is the name of the lifetime movie where a young ball player dies of cancer?
    The movie was about a two teenagers dating and the boy gets cancer and she wants to marry him

    • ANSWER:
      A Champion's Fight (1998 TV movie)
      aka A Champion's Fight: A Moment of Truth Movie
      starring Beth Broderick, Scott Vickaryous, Katie Harrod (aka Gratson), Teryl Rothery, Adrienne Barbeau, Lochlyn Munro
      IMDb synopsis:
      Based on the book "Don't Die, My Love" By Lurlene McDaniel:
      Luke Muldenhower, a fine student and the captain of a high school football team, is in true love with Julie Ellis, daughter of wealthy parents who hoped even better for her but must admit he's swell. Alas an apparently pointless oncologists examination proves Luke has got a rare cancer. After months of torturous chemotherapy, with loyal support from Julie and their parents, he can return to his student life, and is welcomed like a hero. Just when everything seemed back on track, even an athletic scholarship, he has a relapse and is diagnosed with another cancer, requiring radiation.

  12. QUESTION:
    What is the upcoming Lifetime movie about a pregnant teenager whose friends purposely get pregnant?
    Is it something like The Pregnanct Efffect? I can't find it on the website.

    • ANSWER:
      The Pregnancy Pact.

      http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/the-pregnancy-pact

  13. QUESTION:
    Can someone tell me what Lifetime movie this is?
    I can't remember a lot about the movie, but here's what I've got:

    A woman, who is either a baker or an artist, starts dating a guy. Things get pretty serious between them, and he ends up moving in with her and her teenage daughter. The boyfriend and daughter end up sleeping together, and it turns out the boyfriend is crazy. I think they end up having to shoot him.

    The movie is kind of old, but it popped into my head for some odd reason.

    • ANSWER:
      Sweet Temptation (1996 TV movie)
      starring Beverly D'Angelo, Jenny Lewis and Rob Estes
      IMDb synopsis:
      Jade is a 16-year-old girl with all the problems a teenager faces. Moreover, her parents are divorced, and she lives with her mother, Jesse. Jesse falls in love with Billy, a much younger man who is also divorced and has two young children. When Billy comes to live with her mother, Jade feels really uncomfortable and realizes that maybe she is attracted to him.
      EDIT: Here's Part 1 on YouTube:

  14. QUESTION:
    Trying to remember the name of a movie?
    I can't think of the name of this movie, me and my friends were talking about it today and we seem to recall that it was a Lifetime movie. Don't quote us on that but I think - if that helps any. Anyways, I remember there were maybe 2 or 3 young like teenage or early 20's girls who take this other girl into a really remote area and they only mean to scare her, but then I think they hit her with a rock or something and she dies. Then they go back home and I think that they were all keeping the secret and the parents were in on it. I hope I gave enough details!

    • ANSWER:
      "Accused at 17"?

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1480649/?ref_=fn_al_tt_2

      "A teenager is accused of murdering a classmate and claims that she was framed by her best friend. Her mother must try to find the truth."

      Preview:

      Part 1:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWqgZB_H-ZM

      edit- in a killer among friends a group of girls kill a girl by drowning her. it's a completely different storyline. and a lot older.

  15. QUESTION:
    What are some good dramatic movies about teenagers? like lifetime movies? or about kids?
    like really dramatic sad movies, ive already seen cyber seduction and the ones about anorexia, and cutting, r there any more?

    • ANSWER:
      Thirteen

  16. QUESTION:
    What are some similar movies to Thirteen, Kids, Augusta Gone, etc.?
    I'm really into movies about teenagers and drugs/rebellion, etc. I love them. Any suggestions?

    • ANSWER:
      Havoc (Love that movie), Lies My Mother Told Me (lifetime), Crime and Punishment in Suburbia, Bully, Mimi's First Time(lifetime), The Virgin Suicides, American Beauty, The Rules of Attraction, Prozac Nation, The Smokers, and Whatever. Girl, Interrupted, Jawbreakers, Cruel Intentions, and Wild Things may count too. Also Lost & Delirious.

      Bully is really graphic, not sure how old you are-but a lot of nudity and violence-but it's such a good movie...Anyhow, there are a ton, but off the top of my head, those are the ones I like the most and can remember. Oh, and "Whatever" is sort of hard to find in stores, but it looks like this.

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0140688/

  17. QUESTION:
    I need help trying to find out what this movie is?
    I think it is a Lifetime movie or an Oxygen movie. It has to do with teenagers knocking out a girl and killing her with a rock? (pretty stupid) and then they all have to go to court and stuff and nobody wants to confess. Anyone know?

    • ANSWER:
      Accused at 17. Its a pretty funny movie to laugh at because its so dumb sometimes!

  18. QUESTION:
    What is the name of the movie about a teenage girl who is murdered after she forgets to pick up a cake.?
    What is the tv movie about a young girl(teenager) who forgets to pick up a birthday cake? Her family is furious so she goes back to get it and she is murdered.

    • ANSWER:
      check lifetime channel archives i know what movie yr takin about but i do not rember the name...the young girl was raped and murdered by the friend of the family i think the janitor or somethin like that...

  19. QUESTION:
    What is the lifetime movie about a psychiatrist who is helping a sexually abused boy, they play handball also?
    I think the boy's name was Tony maybe, he wasn't really a boy more of a teenager. I think he also killed someone and tried to date the daughter, I just can't remember the name of the movie.

    • ANSWER:
      The Unsaid (2001)
      starring Andy Garcia, Vincent Kartheiser, Trevor Blumas, Chelsea Field, Linda Cardellini, Teri Polo, Brendan Fletcher, Sam Bottoms
      IMDb synopsis:
      Michael Hunter's 17-year-old son, Kyle, committed suicide although he was in therapy for depression, and this ruins the man's marriage. His daughter, Shelly, moves in with her mother. He stops treating patients in order to write and teach psychotherapy until, many years later, the case of Thomas "Tommy" Caffey intrigues him. He is about to be released on his 18th birthday from the institution he was placed in after his father, Joseph, was put into jail for beating his adulterous mother to death. Michael feels that Tommy, who reminds him strongly of his lost son, carries a big chip on his shoulder and manages to ignore the fact that Shelly falls for the troubled youth at first sight.
      Here are the movie trailer and Part 1 on YouTube:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du9xCoVxzC4&feature=related

  20. QUESTION:
    What are some really good life time movies dealing with teenagers?
    I just love life time movies
    Ive already seen these
    Srudent seduction
    The fab 5
    I cant remember the rest
    But do you have some good ones

    • ANSWER:
      Here are some of the ones listed on their site:

      1. Augusta Gone
      2. The Pregnancy Pact
      3. Accused at 17
      4. Fifteen and Pregnant
      5. Selling Innocence
      6. Odd Girl Out
      7. To Be Fat Like Me
      8. For Keeps
      9. Gossip
      10. Hunger Point
      11. Mom at Sixteen
      12. The Boy She Met Online
      13. Plain Truth
      14. Reviving Ophelia
      15. When Innocence is Lost
      16. Cyber Seduction

      Here is a list of every Lifetime movie ever made and it tells when they will be on:

      http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/movies-a-to-z?genre=7&page=1

      Hope this helps!

  21. QUESTION:
    A movie about two Teenagers waking up ten+ years later and are getting married?
    A nerdy girl is in love with the football star She does his homework for him and something weird happens, so they wake up, and they are marrying each other. She's falling for the school nerd who is now handsome and a reporter; he is having an affair with his secretary. They end up back in their present day and she goes to the 'Stones good-bye concert (the first one) with the nerd.

    I have looked at almost every search engine I know and I can't find this movie. What's the name of it?

    • ANSWER:
      How I Married My High School Crush (2007 TV movie)
      starring Katee Sackhoff (Starbuck of "Battlestar Galactica"), Sage Brocklebank, Tommy Lioutas, Elyse Levesque
      IMDb synopsis:
      A high schooler dreams of marrying the boy she has a crush on. When she makes a wish during an eclipse, it goes awry and the unsuspecting teenagers flash forward to their wedding 20 years in the future, with neither prepared for what adulthood has in store.
      Here's the movie trailer:

      I watched the premiere of this on Lifetime and have watched it a couple of times since then. I think it's a cute movie!

  22. QUESTION:
    What are some movies about online sex predators?
    I know that there are some movies (mostly lesser-known ones) about online child sex predators, and the dangers of kids/teens talking to strangers online and/or meeting them in person. Can anyone give me any suggestions for movies like this?

    What if they were made for TV and shown on Lifetime or LMN? How would I see them, since they're probably not released on DVD?

    • ANSWER:
      Defending our Kids: The Julie Posey Story. Mom poses as teenager after daughter is almost lured away by a sexual predator online. Pretty decent movie, but Annie Potts doesn't make a convincing teenager lol :)

  23. QUESTION:
    Can someone list all the lifetime original movies that involve teenagers and highschool?
    Please & thank you.

    • ANSWER:
      Speak
      Odd Girl Out
      Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story
      Indecent Seduction
      Death of a Cheerleader
      Freshman Fall
      She Fought Alone
      The Killing Secret
      No One Would Tell
      She's Too Young
      The Pregnancy Pact
      Too Young to Be A Dad
      Overcome
      The Truth About Jane
      Girl, Positive
      Fab Five: The Texas Cheerleader Scandal

  24. QUESTION:
    Movie about a teenage girl named Mickey that gets sexually harassed by gym coach?
    It's an old movie. I remember watching it on Lifetime Original or somewhere along that line.
    The girl is a quiet shy teenager named Mickey, & her gym teacher messes with her sexually.

    • ANSWER:
      Race Against Fear (TV movie)
      IMDb review:
      A high school track runner is sexually assaulted by her coach. Since she idolized and trusted her coach too much, she was unable to disclose that fact at first. Ariana Richards plays high school student Mickey Carlyle, a promising track star. Kurt Ansom (William Bumiller) is Mickey's track coach from hell who pushes "his girls" to be the best they can be. Susan Blakely plays Mickey's widowed mother.

  25. QUESTION:
    What are the titles of some dramatic movies?
    i love dramatic movies, like stuff on lifetime. and no movies that were made like 30 years ago.
    what are some movies that are about: TEENAGERS ONLY, high school, parties, sex, drinking, drugs, etc etc.
    movies along the lines of: kids, thirteen, she's too young

    • ANSWER:
      Here are some movies similar to kids, thirteen, she's too young:

      1. Havoc
      2. Bully
      3. Paranoid Park
      4. Candy
      5. Elephant
      6. The Wackness
      7. Alpha Dog
      8. Towel Head
      9. The Chumscrubber
      10. Speak
      11. The Quiet
      12. For Keeps
      13. KidAdulthood
      14. Brick
      15. The Breakfast Club

  26. QUESTION:
    A movie on lifetime about and affair with a husbands boss?
    I saw a movie about a girl who stayed with her boss which was a girl and had an affair with her husband. She made really good friends with the bosses daughter and they worked in fashion i think.

    • ANSWER:
      All the Good Ones Are Married (2007 TV movie)?
      starring Daryl Hannah, Joanna Douglas, James McGowan, Emma Taylor-Isherwood, Matthew Knight, Barry Flatman
      IMDb synopsis:
      Ben Gold gets the break of his life as aspiring author but must stay home with his children, Luke and Madison, to make his five-months deadline. His feminist wife, workaholic fashion executive Alex, decides to take in promising rebel designer Zoe Miller, who left her cheating boyfriend, Trey. The teenager soon wins the family's hearts but becomes a threat to the shaky marriage.

  27. QUESTION:
    What is the most evil force on the planet?
    While the Oscar Ceremonies are taking place & movie stars are slapping each other on the back & giving standing ovations to each other, there are young adolescence living the rest of their lives in a cold jail with cemented walls, convicted of violent crimes they have committed. OR have committed suicide. What's the connection?

    For as much as Hollywood influences today's culture, it's a bit surprising to realize how little connection the average person makes between movies and real life lawlessness. Psychotic movies are engineered and manufactured by sick people in Hollywood, and they should be held responsible for the psychotic forces they unleash.

    It is a well known FACT that violence is a learned behavior and that movies as a medium have always had a profound influence on society, especially the young.

    Their claims that "movies are simply a reflection of real life", is completely illogical. Do children really see 33,000 murders in their lifetime?... of course not.

    The sad reality is that our children are being robbed of their innocence by greedy, irresponsible television executives.

    TV teaches children that brutal violence is glamorous, thrilling, and accepted as part of everyday life.

    According to the American Psychological Association, MTV is the most violent of all television. But in over 95 million American households, and even in some school systems, children have unrestricted access to MTV's violent, profane and sexually explicit music videos.
    THE FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHT DOES NOT GIVE GREEDY BROADCASTERS THE RIGHT TO CORRUPT THE VALUES OF OUR CHILDREN WITH OBSCENE SEX AND EXCESSIVE VIOLENCE.

    The National Institute of Mental Health alone has over 3,000 individual studies that prove televised violence promotes criminally violent behavior in many children.
    · By the time children reach the age of 16, they will have witnessed 33,000 murders and over 200,000 acts of violence on network TV.
    · A 10-year study at the University of Illinois found that television is more crucial to a child's behavior than even their family or their social class.
    · According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, television viewing causes violent and aggressive behavior in children and sends them irresponsible messages about sexual behavior and alcohol.
    · Every major opinion poll - including the Gallup poll, TV Guide, Time Magazine, Parents magazine and Advertising Age - say overwhelmingly that the American people believe there IS TOO MUCH SEX AND VIOLENCE ON TV.

    REASONS TO BECOME INVOLVED IN YOUR CHILD'S FUTURE:

    1. Just because you turn the violence off for your child does not mean that he or she sill not be harmed by someone else who has been influenced by TV.
    2. Even before completing elementary school, children see 8,000 murders and over 100,000 acts of people killing or maiming one another.
    3. On Saturday morning - when young children are most likely to watch - kids see between 20 and 25 violent acts each and every hour.
    4. This year, four of every five American teenagers who die will die a violent death.
    5. The National Institute of Mental Health has over 3,000 individual studies which prove violence on television increases aggressive behavior in children.
    6. The American Medical Association, the National Institute of Mental Health, the U.S. Center for Disease Control and the American Psychological Association all agree that TV violence makes more children become criminally violent.
    7. The FBI reports that the largest number of new criminals fall in the 15-19 age bracket - the same kids who have been soaking up violence on television since they first turned on the set.
    8. America is in the grips of an epidemic of violence so severe that murder has, other than auto crashes, become the leading cause of death of all people ages 15 to 24 years old.
    9. Even among adults, television violence develops a sense of insecurity - what's called the "mean-world syndrome" - in each of us. It creates a feeling of being vulnerable and of needing protection.

    Children who are calloused by the psychotic numbness of hollywood live in the same neighborhoods as those who aren't. What effects one effects many.

    If all the combined forces of Hell should assemble in conclave, and with them all the men on earth that hate and despise God, and purity, and virtue; if all the scum of the earth could mingle with with the denizens of Hell to try to think of the deadliest institution to home, to church and state, these combined hellish intelligence gatherings could not conceive of or bring into being an institution that could come close to the already existing manufacturer of Hollywood movies. In every home in every country, 24/7.

    • ANSWER:
      Dishonesty.

  28. QUESTION:
    How to convince my Dad to go to Paris?
    Well, my cousin and I are very close and do everything together. Her history teacher is planning a trip to France with the school. He's traveled around the world and been to Paris like 10 times. He sent out papers to his students saying that anyone who wants to go can go including friends and family members. I'd love to travel to France and have an educational experience of a lifetime, but unfortunately, neither of our parents agree. We will be 15 (possibly 14 there is no exact date yet, just the year) when the trip is a go. One of the big problems my Dad pointed out was safety. He based his entire decision off of that (which i understand) but it's all because he saw the movie 'Taken'. I understand that the world is scary and that things like that really do happen, but this is so safe that it's almost laughable. You are under constant watch and he as well as other volunteers have been to France countless times before on both personal and school trips. He's also worried about the different types of laws there. Like, maybe something that is legal here in America is very strictly outlawed in France? I honestly don't think that there is a HUGE difference but if you could, what are the differences? Also, what are some good points my cousin and I could give our parents to allow to have this wonderful experience? Thank You!

    • ANSWER:
      That stupid fecking film has given people the WRONG IDEA ... Even if you were travelling alone, which legally you cannot at 15, you would still be a LOT safer in France than you would be in the USA. During the 1980s, I was a teenager and travelled from France to Ireland ON MY OWN via train and ferry, and had no problems. Your father is being ridiculous.

      There is nothing legal in the US that is outlawed in France, expect for bestiality. That's right, there are several US states in which it is perfectly legal for a man to have sex with a horse, but where same-sex marriage is prohibited. Really, the difference in the laws are nothing for your father to be worried about. If anything, the situation regarding laws would be in the reverse - there are many things perfectly legal and accepted in France, such as going topless on beaches, which you could not do in the US without getting arrested.

      By contrast, I was in the US when I was 20, and I have never encountered more uptight or oppressed people, either before or since. Seriously, relax. It's not a crime.

  29. QUESTION:
    what is the lifetime movie called?
    What is the Lifetime movie called that is about a midwife kidnapping a pregnant teenager for her baby?

    • ANSWER:
      Locked Away (2010)
      starring Kirsten Prout, Jean Louisa Kelly, Paula Trickey
      IMDb synopsis:
      When high school senior Taylin and her boyfriend, Kevin, tell Taylin's mother, Sasha, that she is pregnant, Sasha wants Taylin to give the baby up for adoption. Confused and frustrated, Taylin decides to seek the advice of pregnancy counselor Chloe. What Taylin doesn't know is that Chloe has wanted a baby for quite some time and, unable to have one of her own, is willing to do the unthinkable to take the one Taylin is carrying.

  30. QUESTION:
    Are there any good movies where a teenage boy is sort of rough but sweet?
    Sort of like Notes on a Scandal or Welcome to the Dollhouse. Thank you!

    • ANSWER:
      hangman's curse is a good one! of course there's also giant and rebel without a cause, characters for which james dean was cast, really putting the spotlight on rough but sweet boys, i think. (though, the film giant spans the entire lifetime of these characters, so they are only teenagers temporarily in the film)

  31. QUESTION:
    Are there really teenagers that abuse their parents?
    I was watching What Would You Do? and there was a person that played a mom with a black eye and another person that played an abusive teenager. Since the show is based on real events I felt kinda shocked that people hit their moms.
    And what would you do if your child hit you?

    • ANSWER:
      Oh my goodness yes.

      When i was 17 I was very hateful to my parents. I never hit them but me tell you I sure wished I could at times. I grew up in an abusive home. I was mentally, emotionally & verbally abused by my mom plus other members of her family. I was treated like trash. By 17 I just exploded with hate. Sure dark, evil wanting them dead HATE. Thinking about it now scares me.

      I turned the tables and started to verbally abuse my mom right back. It didn't last long though because not long after that I was put in a mental hospital twice at 17 for many months for trying to kill myself.

      We had a few teens in my unit who had beat up their parents. One 13yr old boy admitted to taking an ax & making threats to his parents. Another boy shoved his mom against a wall a few times because she was looking for drugs in her room.

      There are also a few shocking yet really good Lifetime movies about this too.

      I hope & pray that we are raising our kids in a home where this would never happen but if it did you can bet we would call the police ASAP. We would not ignore that first hit because I know what can happen after that first hit. We have told our kids this too in the past. Even as toddlers or preschoolers if they got mad and tried to slap at us we would lay down the law telling them that they DO NOT lay a hand on mommy or daddy EVER.

      We have a strict rule too about siblings hitting each other. As a teen I did hit and hurt my sister a few times. I once even grabbed her by her neck in a rage. I let go right away as soon as I felt what I did but the fact I did that scares me. I was out of control.

      I think that is what happens in cases like this. The teens are so full of anger & depression they do not know how to express it. I was cutting at 13, self harm at 15 & by 16 I trying to kill myself.

      I have the show on Tivo & we will most likely will watch it when my husband comes to bed.

      I will save the show though and make sure my kids watch it with me. My oldest is 15 and we try hard to raise them with good values but like most kids she can have an attitude that she is better & smarter than everyone.

      EDIT - I totally agree with Bassam. Kids need to be raised with honor & respect. Plus they need a home where they can freely express themselves. If a child hits their parents they are clearly lacking strong family values. It is something that started way back when they were little. A child just do not wake up one day where they want to hit or abuse their parents. It is something that grows in anger & hate over time.

  32. QUESTION:
    Does anybody know what the title of this movie is?
    It was on Lifetime a few years ago, I think, it was about a teenage girl named Marsha, Martha or something like that and these 2 brothers liked her. One of the brothers got jealous cuz she was flirting with the other one so he ended up killing her with a golf club. Years later this detective dude came back to the town trying to figure out who killed her. I wanted to watch it again but I didn't know what it was called.

    • ANSWER:
      Murder in Greenwich (2002 TV movie)
      aka Dominick Dunne Presents: Murder in Greenwich
      starring Maggie Grace, Christopher Meloni, Robert Forster
      IMDb synopsis:
      In 1974, teenager Martha Moxley moves to the high-class area of Belle Haven, Greenwich, Connecticut. On Mischief Night, eve of Halloween, she was murdered in the backyard of her house, and her murder remained unsolved for more than two decades. Twenty-two years later, writer Mark Fuhrman, a former Los Angeles detective who had fallen into disgrace for perjury in the O.J. Simpson trial and moved to Idaho, decided to investigate the case with his partner, Stephen Weeks, with the purpose of writing a book. The locals did not welcome them; but, with the support of retired detective Steve Carroll, who was in charge of the investigation in the '70s, they discovered the criminal and a net of power and money that had covered the murder. // Yes, she was killed with a golf club.

  33. QUESTION:
    Do you know any good lifetime movies?
    I want to watch one about teenagers, high school, or anything related. Also, can you tell me any movie with two titles, like this one> Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story. :)kaythanks!

    • ANSWER:
      she's to young,
      mom at 16,
      15 and pregnant,
      to young to be a dad,
      pregnancy pact,
      augusta gone,
      the pact is my favorite, plain justice,
      gracie's choice,
      the book of ruth,
      i know there's more this is all i could think of

  34. QUESTION:
    Who Saw The Pregnancy Pact Movie On The Lifetime Channel?
    This is for all you teenagers out there.

    What did you think of the movie and the message it was trying to send? Did it make any impact on you.....pro or con?

    Would like to hear your thoughts.

    • ANSWER:
      i did it was stupid lol but it was sad at the end when he just walked past her and picked up the other girl now that movie got me wondering if he is ever going to support that baby or not that movie mad me kinda mad at the end it keeps u wondering sh##

  35. QUESTION:
    Lifetime movies, i need the name of a movie..?
    I watched a movie on Lifetime Movie Network, and it was about a group of teenagers who are really close and they all have sex together and they have boxes that they can put things into and can take them out but that have to say why, does anyone know the name of the movie???

    • ANSWER:
      ooh! I remember that one! Normal Adolescent Behavior..had Amber Tamblyn in it from The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants movies. I've been waiting for that movie to come back on Lifetime for a while now! No such luck!

  36. QUESTION:
    What were some scandals that Charlie Chaplin went through throughout his lifetime?
    School assignment.
    What scandals were associated with his life?

    • ANSWER:
      Charlie Chaplin went through many a scandal throughout his life. The first bout of controversy was at the beginning of World War 1 when his loyalty to England, his home country, was questioned. Many British Citizens called him a coward and a slacker for not joining the war and instead carrying on creating his iconic silent films.

      His next controversy came in 1940 after his movie 'The Great Dictator' in which he parodied Adolf Hitler and his fascist ways. This sparked suspicion with FBI agents who believed he was injecting communist propaganda into his films.

      The House-Un-American Activities Council subpoenaed him in 1947 due to their questioning of his moral and political views, however, they decided that he needn't testify anymore.

      When he travelled to England in 1952 for the premiere of his film, Limelight, he was denied re-entry into the USA. The government didn't even have any evidence to suggest he was a threat to National Security. He decided then to relocate to Switzerland, where he lived the rest of his life.

      He married his last wife, Oona O'Neill when she was only 18 and he was in his 50s. This also caused controversy. It is often speculated however, that Charlie got his ideals for women based on his first love when he was a teenager, Hetty Kelly.

      Hope this helps!

      Maureen.

  37. QUESTION:
    what is the name of this lifetime movie?
    okay so there is this movie on lifetime movie network. its about some girl and her mom sends her to a mental institute. while shes there she meets a guy who gets in alot of trouble. one night they both escape along with a couple of other patients. i dont know what its called but if you could help me out it would be much appreciated.

    • ANSWER:
      The movie is called "On the Edge of Innocence" (1997). Starring: James Marsden, Kellie Martin, Lisa Jakub, Terry O'Quinn.

      Synopsis on Fandago website: "It can hardly be described as a match made in heaven when manic-depressive teenager Zoe (Kellie Martin falls in love with violence-prone Jake (James Marsden) while both a being treated at a mental institution. When parents and doctors alike express harsh disapproval of the romance, Zoe and Jake decide to escape, taking three other serious disturbed patients along with them. Hitting the road towards the Mexican, the gang of misfits commit several minor crimes to stay alive--and then find themselves on the lam for a murder that they didn't commit. Filmed for the NBC TV network, On the Edge of Innocence originally aired April 20, 1997."

  38. QUESTION:
    there is a lifetime movie where the teenager was involved with the football coach, anyone know name?
    the movie is about a coach who was having sexual relationship with his daughter's friend from the same school where he coached the football team. he slept with the girl at her daughter's sleepover. He eventually went to jail. Anyone knows the name of that movie? Please i need to watch it again. Thanks

    • ANSWER:
      "For My Daughter's Honor"
      In Tate, Oklahoma a popular coach, Pete Nash, is accused of having a sexual relation with 14 years old Amy, one of his school's pupils.

  39. QUESTION:
    What's the difference between the Sims 3 and the Sims 2?
    When I looked at videos the Sims 2 and Sims 3 look very similar. I'd like to get the Sims 3, but at the same time I have all my Sims 2 expansion packs (there are like 6 expansion packs). If I were to get the Sims 3 would they basically be like having the Sims 2 with all it's expansion packs? Like, can they go on vacations and dates and buy pets and everything in the Sims 3?

    • ANSWER:
      no, i think they will have expansion packs for Sims 3.
      Here are the differences-

      * Seamless Nhood: Your Sim can visit neighbors, parks and shops without a loading screen.
      * All the neighboring Sims will live their life and age simultaniously as your Sim (They'll get married, get jobs,etc).
      * The game will ship with 1 Neighborhood.
      * That Nhood will consist of about 90 different lots. It will contain both Maxis made houses and empty lots.
      * Several weeks after the launch, there will be a tool available to create your own Nhoods.
      * When the game is out, you can download towns, made by other people.
      * All buildings in the Nhood can be interacted with, so no prop buildings.
      * There are 2 kinds of buildings; Buildings that you can build yourself and look into, and buildings where your sim disapears into and re-appears after some time.
      * These buildings are ploppable; it means that you can just select them from a menu and put it in the Nhood all made and ready.
      * Confirmed community places are: Pool, Gym, Park, Bistro, Art gallery, Library, Clothing store, City Hall and Bookstore.
      * You can zoom out to see the whole Nhood at once or zoom in to a single Sim.
      * You can move a house to a bigger lot.
      * The Neighborhood stories and inhabitants will be a prequel to the Sims 1 Neighborhood
      * There will be public events, such as music concerts, movie premieres, pool parties, barbecues, etc.
      * You can follow your sim in the taxi or car by right clicking their thumbnail.
      * Cars disappear when you reach your destination, and they reappear when you leave.
      * You must go to the grocery store to buy food.
      * You can choose to move to a new lot, and you can either sell your furniture or take it with you.
      * There's a community spa where you can get a facial, manicure, pedicure, or massage.
      * You can modify both community and residential lots. Some community lots, like parks and swimming pools, can be totally customized. For work places, you can only add few things outside.
      * Households can be merged, evicted and splitted.

      Sims:

      * There are 6 needs in total: Hunger, Social, Bladder, Hygiene, Energy and Fun.
      * Sims have Traits. Choose 5 from 65 types like Dreamer, Evil, lucky, etc. These Traits will affect how a Sim behaves towards others and affects their moods, like the mood of an Outdoorsperson will raise when he/she is outside. An evil Sim may slap another Sim.
      * Toddler: 2 traits, Child: 3 traits, Teens: 4 traits, Young adult and older: 5 traits.
      * They will look after themselves better.

      * Fulfilling wishes of a Sim (like the wish to get a big screen tv, getting married,etc), gives you Lifetime Happiness points to buy Lifetime Rewards for your Sims. An example is Steel bladder (never pee again) and Haggler (All your shopping is cheaper).
      * There are 32 different Rewards.
      * Moodlets instead of a moodbar. If something happens like a marriage, the Sim gets a moodlet. These moodlets will affect your Sims' mood and give abilities like learning faster. An example: Getting fired will get you a long lasting, big impact moodlet, while going to a small party will get them a short, non-dramatic moodlet.
      * Hair will not grow but you can 'paint' certain parts of the hair.
      * Sims have certain skills like cooking or fishing.
      * You can fulfil needs by simply clicking on an icon.
      * Instead of fixed interaction (like Talk or Joke), the options are filtered on your current Mood and Traits.
      * Certain traits have unique interactions.
      * There will be 7 age groups: Baby, Toddler, Child, Teenager, Young adult, Adult, Elder.
      * Athletic skill can help Sims stay fitter and even live longer.
      * Paintings that a Sim makes, will be unique to each Sim. It's based on its personality and mood.
      * You may control how much time a Sim spends on certain tasks like sleeping, fishing etc.
      * You can set lifespans to range from 25–1,000 days or turn aging off completely.
      * Free Will is on a slider bar. You can choose None, Low, or High.
      * Sims don't need ladders to get in or out of the pool but can still drown if you cancel the action from their queue.
      * When you are socializing, there is a small pop up that tells you what the other sim is thinking about your 'socializing'. You are irresistable, moving too fast, hilarious, boring, etc.
      * Sims can not get hit by cars.
      * Every article of clothing is always available to you in the game, and are always recolorable. So no need to 'buy' clothing.
      * Every single item you interact with gives your sim a good or bad mood boost depending

  40. QUESTION:
    How come people say these days are better than the 1950s/early 1960s?
    In those days the economy was strong, the future was bright, and people were happy. You could get a job without even trying, one that actually paid well (none of that unlivable wage crap).

    Every time I look at my 1964 Impala it brings to my head a rush of how things used to be. Sprawling suburbs where I used to ride my Schwinn through and receive smiles and waves as I rolled by seeing all the happy families that once resided there, I see the beautiful architecture of diners, the drive in movies where people socialized and laughed after a hard day at school or work, I see neighbors laughing and having a good time and all the love and happiness we once had. Then when the images fade I see the once beautiful suburbs turn back into decaying ghettos you can't drive through without locking your doors and receiving ugly mugs while driving through, I see the once shining chrome lined diners decaying away, the drive in theaters now barren and abandoned while the hoards of teenagers who would have been there have now formed gangs, and all the paranoid and hateful neighbors who would have been kind in a different era. I look at all we've lost and feel a great creeping sadness knowing it'll never return. We now live in a broken country with a broken economy and a grim future.

    A small computer/telephone or a toy like the internet won't change these facts. Medicine may have improved but is it really worth living in such a barren (culturally) world? The future nowadays is so dark anyway, there is more of a chance now than ever that there may not be a tomorrow.

    I thought the civil rights movement and women's rights was supposed to bring a bright new age! I'd rather live with the 1950s and all its "problems" vs today.

    • ANSWER:
      Are you a troll? Or just a clueless idiot?

      In the 1950s, the VAST majority of women "stayed home and had babies"....today, we view women as actual people, so (if they wish) they can have jobs and earn money and get to enjoy their lives as they see fit...with the same number of tasks to be done (per capita) and improving efficiency, it was inevitable there would be a reduction in the "happiness" of men like you, who imagine the entire world is designed just for YOUR benefit!

      You will be old & infirm soon enough, and since "what is inside a person" rarely changes over their lifetime, you are in for some truly nasty experiences when you grow incapable of looking after yourself, and the women, black-folk, Hispanics, and educated white men who are responsible for your care learn who the "real you" is!

      Good luck with that, Sport!

  41. QUESTION:
    I want to watch a teenage lifetime movie?
    A movie is fairly similar to the bond of silence and is generally about a gang of teenagers who have done something bad..

    • ANSWER:
      Here are some movies:

      - Accused At 17

      Part 1:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4fUA8ez6Zg

      - The Pregnancy Pact

      Part 1:

      - Cyberbully

      Part 1:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Du6A-HIzmY

  42. QUESTION:
    Why are so many kids are using the internet unsupervised?
    I think to many people let their kids go nuts on here without supervision. Where are you parents dont you care what or who your kids are talking too. I know meth and booze is a big problem but why put your kids at risk for your choices - your choices are theirs while they are yours. Value you time with them - its gone so quick.

    • ANSWER:
      Well it depends on the parents, some parents don't understand the technology of the computer, which makes them dumb, and nieve. So kids do what the please...
      It would be more important to educate the parents in schools about computers, not necessarily on how they work, but rather what kids are doing and what can happen. The need to teach the parents about parental block etc..... My mom is 55 and she got excited that she just learned how to email someone...., to a teenager, it's old hat.....
      The best thing you can do is, put the computer in the family room so you can watch them, sit your daughter down and watch a lifetime movie about sickos, and then they will get the hint. And as for the boys too!!!! They have sister, don't tell me that brothers don't act like they are the protector of their sisters.....!!! So the moral of this post is, EDUCATE!

  43. QUESTION:
    Whats a good dramatic movie for a teenager?
    But not graphic.. like the movie "Thirteen" but with less of the whole actually watching her cut herself and stuff.

    • ANSWER:
      Odd Girl Out is good, it's a lifetime movie, I think you'd like it. Augusta, Gone is good too but she cuts herself once in it. Also a lifetime movie.

  44. QUESTION:
    What ingredients do I need for dry skin?
    Hello I wanted to know what ingredients to look out for to relieve myself of dry skin on my face. My skin is dry especially around my nose and forehead. So please can you tell me ingredients and/products that will help towards my dy skin. Also can you tell me some sort of routine or regime that I should follow to have whiter and healthier facial skin! Thank you!

    • ANSWER:
      My method is a lifetime, not just for a month or year. I hardly use moisturizer because my skin doesn't need them. Any kind of facial wash, you're leaving something toxic behind, it's not a matter of convenience, it's a billion dollar business that can do more harm than good to your acne. And sometimes we feel entirely virtuous about our skin-care regimen because it's full of SPF-- all year round!-- and cleansers and such. But the truth is, we may not realize that we're overdoing (or underdoing) something that can lead to the very thing we're trying to avoid: dryness, breakouts, accelerated aging, New York dermatologist Dr. Jeannette Graf. (I've been giving this same advice for decades, but she's proof enough!).
      Take a shower everyday, use washcloth to exfoliate and bath & body wash. Hydrogen peroxide does wonders for acne. Visit their website for more tips & other uses. ONLY .

      Acne medication could worsen what ever allergies you have, so instead of trying out one product after another, you're actually spreading it around.
      The less products you use, the better for your skin. Use a bath & body wash like Suave, Irish Spring, Dove Body & Face wash in the shower, use a washcloth. Treat your face like the rest of your body, take a shower everyday or wash your face everyday.

      The secret is keeping your face clean and oil-free. I also don't use liquid on my face for anything, and very little moisturizer, not even a dime size. Since my face is not dry. Good skin also comes from your good genes. Increase your fresh fruits & vegetables 3-5 servings per day. And programmed your mind to do this day after day, for the rest of your life.

      The beauty industry is a billion dollar business, they know acne is everyone's problem, but instead of saying soap is drying for you, they have to invent an acne product that can worsen the skin as MANY TEENAGERS have experienced during hormonal change, but as you get older those are completely a waste of time & money!

      Sometimes just the oil on your face from make up and lotions, even from your hair can travel to your face causing acne to come out. Others, from stress, hormones & diet or foods.

      Google: FIVE FOODS TO EAT FOR BEAUTIFUL SKIN
      All the vitamins & minerals you need for good skin care comes from all the healthy foods you eat from Mother Nature.

      If acne's a problem, your pillowcases may be part of the cause. "They collect skin oil, dead skin cells, bacteria, and excess night creams," says David Bank, a professional Dermatology @ Columbia University/New York-Presbyterian Hospital. "But if nothing changed by 6 week the product will never work for you. Time to move on."

      Number one rule: stay out of the sun. Like Mario Lopez, he's a Mexican descent, but he won't even stand outside in the sun to do a photo shoot for a tanning lotion. Julianne Moore is one of those, who like to protect her skin from AGING. She walks in the shade. I grow up in Asia for 13 years, so I was dark, but it took more than 13 years to the color I have now. My neighbor only do errands after the sun had gone down. The sun and too much soaking in the tub or pool are SKIN'S WORST ENEMIES.

      Best sunscreen: wear denim clothing, floppy hat, or umbrella. They were invented to protect us from the elements.

      I've been protecting myself from the sun since I was 9.

      1. Because I don't want to look like a farmer.
      2. Because I get too hot.
      3. I want to look like movie stars & models, they have blemish-free skins.
      4. I don't want to look like an old prune or get moles on my neck & face like my aunts.

      No matter, I still got Discoid Lupus (Google it), caused from the sun. It took 12 years for them to fade. Tried all kinds of lotions that were prescribed to me, and none of them worked. More & more now I protect myself and I take my wide brim hat everywhere I go, or use an umbrella. Floppy hats are back in style. In Asia, they use umbrella all the time. Here in the States, people started to catch on, and I see people walking w/umbrella, they are used on the beach, and they sell patio umbrellas. It was invented for a reason and also to protect us from getting skin cancer. Wear long jackets, or denim a lot. Even inside a car, the heat alone from the sun can tan anyone.

      Take the Skin Picture Quiz - Identify These Common Skin Conditions on MedicineNet.

  45. QUESTION:
    When was the first time you ever realized that you were growing old?
    I was just wondering. I'm turning a year older again in a couple of months and it's actually my LAST year being a teenager. Somehow, I got a little freaked out even though my parents told me that I have no reason to be scared because I am neither menopausal nor showing signs of male pattern baldness. I've never asked this question to anyone older than me except for my parents. I'm just very amused by aging in general because it's sooooo plain, simple and yet everyone's gotta go through it. I just really wanna know what it feels like when that "Crap, I'm old" time comes. I've heard soooo many cliches about growing old in movies and songs, on TV and when my parents give me the scolding of a lifetime. But what I wanna know is what REAL regular human beings have to say about this. I'm just wondering what the rest of the world thinks =)

    • ANSWER:
      It hit me when my cat died. I was already married, graduated from community college, etc, but it still made me feel old. Stupid sounding I know, but I had this cat for 17 years - since 1st grade. It was like my childhood died. All of a sudden I had to be an adult. It was weird.

      I think that one day we all wake up and say, "crap! what happened?" Time flies by and next thing we know we are screaming at the dumb teenagers driving and how stupid they dress and how they don't make music like they used to.

      Happy early Birthday...just remember, a year older, a year wiser...It gets better. You get used to being old.

  46. QUESTION:
    What are some really good lifetime movies? Name and tell me what they are about please!?

    • ANSWER:
      "Gracie's Choice"
      A teenage girl tries to raise her three half-brothers and 1 half-sister on her own after their drug-addicted mother is sent to jail.

      "Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story"
      Based on a true story. Liz Murray is a young girl who is taken care of by her loving, but drug-addicted parents. Liz becomes homeless at 15 and after a tragedy comes upon her, she begins her work to finish high school.

      "Speak"
      After a blurred trauma over the summer, Melinda enters high school a selective mute. Struggling with school, friends, and family, she tells the dark tale of her experiences, and why she has chosen not to speak.

      "Odd Girl Out"
      A mother and her daughter confront the intimidation of teen peer pressure and the emotionally brutalizing social rituals of high school. A well-adjusted teenager becomes depressed when she's ostracized by her friends at school. Her mother must help her daughter regain her confidence.

      "Country Justice"
      A tough grandfather tries to protect his granddaughter from the man who raped her.

      "Murder in the Hamptons"
      After multi-millionaire Ted Ammon is found bludgeoned to death at his East Hampton estate, the fingers point to his estranged wife, Generosa Rand, and her lover, an electrician named Danny Pelosi.

      "Cradle of Lies"
      Following a whirlwind romance, a woman begins to unravel the dark secrets of her husband's past when his obsession to produce a male heir turns deadly.

      "She's Too Young"
      A suburban mom is stunned to find her 14-year-old daughter is part of a group where casual sex is the norm... and shocked even more to discover the town's indifference to the problem. But this is a fight she - and no parent - can afford to lose.

      "Death of a Cheerleader"
      Kellie Martin plays unpopular high schooler Angela Delveccio, who longs to be part of the "in" crowd. She joins as many activities as she can, including The Larks, which is an afterschool service club. Many of the popular girls are Larks, including the nasty Stacy Lockwood (Tori Spelling) who delights in humiliating the lone goth chick at school.

      "Comfort and Joy"
      High-powered singleton Jane Berry is focused on the important things in life, such as advancing her career and spending a bundle on fashionable shoes. But then a car accident on Christmas Eve changes her forever: Jane wakes up after the crash to discover that she is a married stay-at-home mom with two kids and a passion for charity work. Is she dreaming? Crazy? Is this a strange twist of fate?

  47. QUESTION:
    Who are the best authors of ancient Rome?
    Who are the best/most famous/most knowledge authors and what are the best individual books written in ancient Rome? Books about everything, life, love philosophy, and other things.

    Not the books written about ancient Rome by historians today, but the books written by Roman authors.

    • ANSWER:
      I love your question, after a lifetime of loving Latin starting with schooldays. Here are my pick (can I include poets as well as historians?)

      Catullus: I loved his writing when I was at school. Fiery, full of passion and living life for the moment. Perfect for teenagers. His poems about pursuing love interests are gems. Ovid's poems are along similar lines but not as raw in emotion and perhaps more sophisticated. Of course Ovid got into a lot of trouble over his Art of Love poems and got banished by Augustus (although I suspect he was up to other mischief as well).

      Horace: Catullus died young and might have matured into a poet like Horace had he lived longer. Horace's poems poke gentle amusement at life and what he saw in his daily existence: the nouveau riche person hosting a banquet and trying hard to impress everyone, the fashionable young things walking down the street, the pompous way in which self-important people speak, the country mouse coming to visit his town mouse friend in a rich mansion and not liking it much etc etc.

      Virgil: the Roman empire had no national anthem but if there had been one, Virgil would have written it. His Aeneid, linking the roots of Rome with ancient Troy is a masterpiece. Would make a great movie. This epic poem depicts the character traits that Romans admired. Book 6 is the best classical write-up I know of explaining the traditional Roman idea of life after death.

      Suetonius: his work on the 12 Caesars is a lively read. As well as the historical narrative, Suetonius enjoys a good gossip as you get some unusual bits of info... kind of like what you read on celebrity gossip websites!

      Tacitus: his Annals of Imperial Rome is worth a look. It's used as a major source of history but I sometimes wonder whether a lot of Tacitus' writing is tainted by his strong pro-republic views.

      For philosophy, Marcus Aurelius' Meditations is up there. It's kind of ironic that this most peaceful and thoughtful of emperors was caught up in some of the most difficult and violent military campaigns. Cicero's The Good Life is also worth a look. To us today, much of what he writes sounds very obvious, but back then it was a revelation.

      Some links below.

  48. QUESTION:
    Trying to convince my mom to host a foreign exchange student?
    I'm a student in high school, and trying to convince my mom to let our family be a host family for a foreign exchange student.

    Does anyone have any comments on the situation, maybe if you were a foreign exchange student or a host family?

    i've heard its a wonderful experience.

    thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Hi!

      I've been hosting for 14 years and have just selected my 15th student for NEXT year.

      Hosting IS great, but please do remember it's work, a commitment and NOT fun 24/7. You will have a teenager in your house that will be a teenager -- not a guest!

      Here are some random things that might help.

      1. Host families are responsible for room and board. Students come fully insured (including health) and pay all their own personal expenses (including and school or sport related expenses, entertainment, clothes and personal products). A separate room is not required, but I recommend two teenaged girls do NOT share one if possible.

      2. Ask your counselor for what organizations he/she recommends and which ones are allowed to operate in your school. Most schools limit that AND the number of exchange students which can attend each year. Ask your parents to meet with the local representative and figure out which one is the most helpful. Remember, THEY want YOU to host, so you are in the driver's seat.

      3. You will have a new family member and friend for life. You will have the chance to not only learn about them from when they live with you, but often families visit their kids! My husband and I have been to Europe three times now visiting our "kids" and are planning a fourth tirp in the future.

      4. An exchange student will broaden YOUR world. You'll learn how other cultures think -- you'll help them learn about typical Americans and how WE think. (Assuming you're an American of course) You learn about new foods, music, dance, movies, books, etc. You'll learn how teens live in other countries. Your geography skills will definitely improve!

      5. You'll change someone else's life! By hosting, you give someone the chance of a lifetime to learn about America and experience America (again, assuming you're American).

      6. Treat them as a member of your family! An exchange student should follow house rules, have chores, go out to dinner with you, play with little brothers and sisters and the dog, do homework, play sports, be in the band, etc. All those things YOU do!

      7. If you're intrigued, maybe you would like to do it too! If you host, many programs will offer you a discount for an exchange of your won.

      And finally, remember while it's great, it's not great ALL the time and there is a chance things won't work out. Many parents worry about that. If that happens, talk to your representative. In fact, talk to your representative a LOT. Even if it's just a little problem, it can become big if someone doesn't help you. But if it DOES become a big problem, assure your parents a student can be moved or, in extreme cases, returned home. You're not stuck with them for a year.

      Good luck!

  49. QUESTION:
    I am feeling super depressed?can lack of independence and a job cause depression?
    i am a teenager who recently quit from my work to focus on studies. however,, without money i cant enjoy life like i use to. i cant buy movies or spend on cloths and being a black man in a balck community it is vital for your mating attraction. i feel like a waste, i just want to know if me not working and my dependacy on my parents causing me to feel depressed?

    • ANSWER:
      I know a lot of people who have suffered from depression, not depressed, but depression. The important thing to remember is that feeling "depressed" is not depression, but a perfectly normal feeling everyone feels throughout their lifetime. This is actually a good thing believe it or not. Your body, emotions, and subconscious is letting you know that you are not happy. Now if you didn't feel depressed you would be fine with having no money and being dependent on people, no shame or guilt. This is what motivates and drives people to do better, unfortunately nobody really acts unless they hit a psychological rock bottom of sorts.

      You are not suffering from depression, but you might be feeling depressed. Remember that feeling depressed is temporary. However, there is easy ways to treat it: A) Alcohol/drugs - a temporary solution to a temporary problem equals even greater shame and guilt, B) excercise - not only helps self image but stimulate "feel good" neurotransmitters, C) fix the dang problems already sir! You have identified the problems now get motivated and go fix them. If you fix them, the mating will come!

  50. QUESTION:
    Looking for movie based on true story?
    I am looking for movie based on true story. Something like "Someone was watching" or "Delimar Vera Story". Any ideas please ?

    • ANSWER:
      A Kidnapping in the Family (1996)

      A child's references to satanic rituals initiate a custody battle between his divorced mother and his grandmother in this fact-based story.

      Race Against Time: The Search for Sarah (1996)

      The true story of the disappearance of Sarah Porter. With no help from the police, Sarah's parents are forced to act on their own to find her. They must battle the bureaucracy of the police department while they are searching all over town for clues to Sarah's whereabouts.

      Taken from Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story (2011)

      This fact-based Lifetime drama follows one mother's,(Tiffany Rubin played by Taraji P. Henson) nightmarish struggle to retrieve the 7-year-old son,(Kobe played by Drew Davis)her ex-husband whisked out of her life when he abducted the boy and took him back to his native South Korea.

      Taken in Broad Daylight (2009)

      The true and inspiring survival story of kidnapped teen, Anne Sluti, and how she manages to stay alive by manipulating her captor, engineering her own rescue and negotiating her safe release after 6 days of hell.

      The Elizabeth Smart Story (2003)

      Based on the true story of the kidnapping of teenager Elizabeth Smart,in June 2002, by two people, in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

      Taken Back: Finding Hayley (2012)

      During a day out with her daughter to a carnival, a photographer looks away for a moment to find her daughter missing. Knowing she is alive, this mother risks everything including her sanity to find her missing child.


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Lifetime Movies On Dvd Christmas

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Where can you watch on the 2nd day of christmas online?
    I seen that movie last year and lookin foward to seeing it again. Is their a way to see it again on the internet or at least there's a dvd out? I searched everywhere and there was no way I can watch this wonderful movie. Why would they not put a good movie for everybody to watch anytime on it?

    • ANSWER:
      2nd Day of Christsmas

      Christmas Eve is just like any other work day for pickpocket Trish Tracy (Mary Stuart Masterson) and her niece Patsy (Lauren Suzanne Pratt). With a store full of suckers ripe for plucking, Trish and Patsy work the crowd, amassing quite a fortune before they're caught by sharp-eyed (and soft-hearted)... security guard Bert (Mark Ruffalo). Rather than have Trish spend the Holidays in jail and turning over Patsy to Social Services, Bert agrees to be temporarily responsible for the pair--and that's how Trish and Patsy end up passing the Yuletide days in Bert's tiny apartment. For the most part, this made-for-cable movie emulates such previous Christmas-themed films as 1940's Remember the Night?, though towards the end of the story the writers throw a curve at the audience by introducing an unsavory character who plans to kidnap perky Patsy. On the 2nd Day of Christmas debuted December 8, 1997, on the Lifetime channel
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      It will be on December 6th, 2008 on Lifetime - 11am Eastern (10am Central). Check your listings to see if it is
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  2. QUESTION:
    why did they quit running the homecoming christmas movie?
    it was about the waltons

    • ANSWER:
      I haven't seen it in a few years either but cable ch. like Hallmark and Lifetime sometimes show it. It's also available on DVD.

  3. QUESTION:
    Looking for a lifetime movie?
    Can't think of the name. It was about a mother and daughter that are asked to stand in as a wife and daughter for a very rich business man. He has a huge house and its during christmas. they end up leaving then coming back and the adults fall in love. Great movie just can't think of the title.

    • ANSWER:
      If I'm correct..I do believe you are talking about the movie, "Borrowed Hearts" with Hector Elizondo who also played the right hand man to Julie Andrews character in "The Princess Diaries".

      Borrowed Hearts was a holiday movie that aired in 1997. This movie is on dvd and if you go to You Tube they may even have it to watch on there...

      Hope this is what you were thinking about!!! :) I saw this movie too and it was really sweet!! :)

  4. QUESTION:
    Anyone know any really good lifetime movies?
    I have seen the following :
    -Thirteen
    -Hunger Point
    -Pregnancy Pact
    -Fifteen and Pregnant
    -Cyberbully
    -She's Too Young
    -Girl Positive
    -Bridal Fever
    -To be Fat Like Me
    -A Secret Between Friends
    -Painful Secrets
    -Augusta, Gone
    -Gracies Choice

    I have seen quite a few and just heard about them recently so anyones you would reccomend would be great thank you. And ofcourse i don't know if all of these are ABC or Lifetime as i live in the uk. But both ABC and Lifetime movies are really good so any of the two thank you in advance :)

    • ANSWER:
      Oh my GOODNESS there is SUCH a good movie I had never heard of that I stumbled upon. I bugged my best friend to watch it for over 2 years & after she finally watched it (I bought her the DVD movie on ebay, well she couldn't believe how good it was & after she saw it, she begged me to buy up as many copies I could get my hands on for her to wrap up & give out as gifts.

      This movie is called "Daniel DeRonda." It's FABULOUS. You might try to find it on ebay & buy it.

      Another GREAT series that's been VERY popular recently is Downton Abbey. But I warn you, you would have to watch it in order & not watch something out of order or it will ruin the experience. This has been one of the greatest TV watching shows I think I've EVER seen in my life. This is a masterpiece theatre series, they are currently filming "season 3" that I believe will be released in the summer this year 2012. If you have the money to buy up all the DVD's in order, series one, two & the christmas special, you would probably get completely hooked on this show. It is SO packed full of so many great stories, twists & turns.... it's just the best.

      As for some movies, if you haven't seen Erin Brockovich, this is a great movie. So is "Into The Wild" both are based on a true story.

      You can also do some lookups in youtube to watch a slew of interesting stories there free. You can type in the search "VH1 behind the music" & A&E biography to watch wonderful true stories about your favorite band(s) & oh my on the biography's, there are endless true stories, like Lucy & Desi, the Brady Bunch, favorite other actors & actresses. Also you might watch this one great true story free on youtube. I'll put in the link. I'll just put in the first one, the others should follow.

  5. QUESTION:
    Anybody know of any good christmas movies?
    I was feeling all christmasy the other nite so I got the polar express out on dvd. Id heard good reports about it and even though it was done in some 3-d animation way, i decided to give it a go.............What a piece of crap! It was a film without a soul. Manipulative and cynical, movie making by numbers. It was like, laugh here, cry here, feel warm and nice there. Terrible and fake. And its the same for a pretty much any other christmas movie ive seen in recent times. I mean the "santa clause" was the same deal, a truly awful piece of crap, with quite possibly THE most annoying child in movie history whining his way through 90 minutes. Fake sentimentality devoid of any kind of genuine feeling.
    I havent seen a good chrimbo movie in years. I think the last decent one was National lampoons christmas vacation and that was nearly 20yrs ago! So does anybody know of any good, genuine christmas movies? Films that are genuine and have a heart, but arent cynical and manipulative?

    • ANSWER:
      A Christmas Story~"You'll shoot your eye out!" I think this has become the most popular holiday musical ever.

      Christmas in Connecticut (original)~Barbara Stanwyck and Dennis Morgan~~There also is a TV remake.

      While You Were Sleeping~Sandra Bullock and Bill Pullman

      Miracle on 34th Street~I think the original b&w is the best, but some like the theatrical remake; there's also a TV movie.

      It's a Wonderful Life~James Stewart and Donna Reed

      Scrooge!~This is a wonderful musical starring Albert Finney as Scrooge.

      Scrooge (1951)~This version is considered to be the best version of :A Christmas Carol". Alastair Sim plays Scrooge, and he's the biggest draw for the film.

      A Christmas Carol (1938)~This is another popular version of the story.

      The Nightmare Before Christmas~Everyone seems to agree that Tim Burton's film is brilliant marketing: equally watchable at Halloween and for Christmas.

      Jingle All the Way~I didn't expect to like this one, but it's very cute and sweet, with fathers competing for the toy both of their little boys want. It's goofy at times, but it didn't irritate me, which is a good sign. *giggle*

      I'll Be Home for Christmas~This is another one that I didn't expect to like, with Jonathan Taylor Thomas as a self-centered college kid who will earn a car if he gets home to spend Christmas with his family. There are some funny situations and a bit of heart-tugging occasionally.

      How the Grinch Stole Christmas~TV special and movie

      Heidi~Shirley Temple's version is manipulative but good, one of the better versions of this well-known story. I don't recall how much of it is at Christmastime, but there's plenty of snow.

      It's a TV special, but "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever" is funny and touching. A woman's plans to conduct the pageant go awry when she ends up with a bunch of children best described as hellions. The children, who have never been near a church before, come up with some outrageous notions for the play.

      Prancer
      This 1989 film is the story of a young motherless girl who finds a wounded reindeer in the woods and believing him to be Prancer, one of Santa's reindeer, lovingly nurses him back to health in hopes of returning him to his place on Santa's sleigh by Christmas eve. Sam Elliott is the father who comes to believe in his daughter's mission. It will warm your heart and lift your spirits.

      Except for the Grinch movie, I think everything is older. You're right about what they've been doing to Christmas movies~"Bad Santa", "Fred Clause" and other horrors. I know that Lifetime and a couple of other channels generally air their TV movies throughout the season; I'll try to find a list since some of them to go to DVD. I'm sorry that I couldn't help you much. There aren't a lot of good Christmas movies out there.

  6. QUESTION:
    Book, Digital, and Movie Covers?
    There are two things I'm going to discuss breifly then I want you to answer my question:

    Hi, I LOVE books! As a lot of you probably do, but for me its the one thing I can't live without. I just realized lately I've had a lot of books that have been turned into movies. I personally don't like to buy movie covers because I always like the original one best, plus I'm a movie addict, too. So I don't want a identical picture on the both the DVD cover and book cover. That probably sounds weird, but I don't care, its my preference.

    Okay, So I got a kindle for christmas two years ago and I'm not complaining, but I don't absolutely love it. My aunt asked me if I wanted it months before but I didn't think she'd buy it, I told her I didn't want one and she bought it anyway. I was siked, but still don't like it as much as books.

    I like to hold the book in my hand, smell the paper when I open to read it, be able to physically turn the page, and fall in love with the beautifully crafted cover. I'm also an artist so this may have something to do with it XD.

    I will always love the old fashion books over the digital ones. What do you think? Do you like movie book covers best or original covers? Do you like digital books best or the old fashion way?

    Let me know, can't wait to read your responses and thanks in advance for answering my question!

    • ANSWER:
      Digital is the way it's going. It sucks, but there won't be physical books forever (though they will probably not be obsolete in our lifetime). It's like how books were after the printing press was invented. Books used to be hand-made, hand-bound, hand-printed and hand-illustrated. Each one was a work of art. You think people back in the day saw printing-press style books and thought "this is so much better than hand-made books!" No! Hand-made books had a magic to them, a uniqueness to them, a high value that was lost when book printing became an industry.

      The same thing is going to happen with physical books as we transition to digital. We will miss the things that physical books had, but digital books are more eco-friendly, space-friendly and eventually money-friendly. I think there is a nostalgia factor, but as you grow old and another generation takes your place, they will see physical books as impractical, heavy, space-wasting and tree-killing.


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