1) Say anything
A young man, recently graduated from high school, wants only one thing: a date with a fellow graduate. The catch is she's beautiful, brilliant and headed to England to study, and all his friends and her father tell him she's way out of his league. When they fall in love anyway, the result is a funny, poignant and joyous celebration of first love.
A memoir by Benjamin Mee, tells the true account of how the author and his family used their life savings to buy a dilapidated zoo, replete with 200 exotic animals facing destruction, in the English countryside. Mee, along with his children, had to balance caring for his wife, who was dying of brain cancer, with dealing with escaped tigers, raising endangered animals, working with an eclectic skeleton crew and readying the zoo for a reopening.
After causing the company he works for to lose hundreds of millions of dollars, Drew is fired from his job. After being fired, he is promptly dumped by his girlfriend, Ellen. On the verge of suicide, Drew is given a new purpose in life. Following the death of his father, Drew has to fly back to his family's small Kentucky hometown of Elizabethtown in order to make certain that his father's dying wishes are fulfilled. On the way home, Drew meets a...
Music legend, photographer, and artist Graham Nash reflects on more than fifty years of an extraordinary life in this extensive collection of personal photographs, paintings, and mixed-media artwork. In this curated collection of art and photography from his personal archive, Graham Nash's life as a musician and artist unfolds in vivid detail. Best known as a founding member of the Hollies and supergroup Crosby, Stills & Nash, Graham developed a love...
11) Say anything
In the summer following their graduation, Lloyd Dobler, an eternal optimist, seeks to capture the heart of Diane Court, an unattainable high school beauty who also has brains. With that accomplished, he then has to overcome her disapproving father.
12) Almost famous
It's the opportunity of a lifetime when teenage reporter William Miller lands an assignment from Rolling Stone magazine. Despite the objections of his protective mother, William hits the road with an up-and-coming rock band and finds there's a lot more to write home about than the music.