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This sounds to a large degree like Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange: Protagonist Alex is an "ultraviolent" youth in futuristic Britain. As with all luck, his eventually runs out and he's arrested and convicted of murder and rape. While in prison, Alex learns of an experimental program in which convicts are programed to detest violence. If he ...


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Sounds like the pilot episode of Misfits of Science, (1985), titled Deep Freeze. The show was an American superhero fantasy television series that aired on NBC from October 1985 to February 1986. It features super-powered humans and their madcap adventures. Its characters included Johnny "Johnny B" Bukowski – a rock and roll musician who was ...


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OK, I think I found it: The Phantom Tollbooth from 1970. A kid talks on the phone then turns into a cartoon and goes on adventures in a red car (and gets stuck in a swamp). In the end, it's live action again, and his friend tells him on the phone that he was only gone for 5 minutes. It's based on the book by Norton Juster. The entire movie is available on ...


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This plot reminded me of Mean Girls and I think its TV sequel Mean Girls 2 from 2011 actually fits your description. The heroine is a blonde tomboy and a transfer student who lives with her dad (who's a NASCAR mechanic) and the plot revolves around the cliques in her new school. Here's a more detailed Wiki description and the trailer.


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As pointed out by Mario, this seems like the Bud Spencer action comedy Chissà perché capitano tutte a me from 1980 (the sequel to 'Uno sceriffo extraterrestre' from 1979) about a grizzled, bearded sheriff (Spencer) helping out an alien child. This sequel is available here on Youtube (and so is the original movie).


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After a little deliberation I decided I'll give you the answer. The answer to #9* is Super. The actor's name is Gregg Henry, best known to some of the geekier (like me) as Sheriff Bourne from Firefly. *This is where you got the image yes? ; )


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I'm pretty sure the movie is storybook. I own the french version on VHS and I remember the scene you are describing. Trailer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmQAoODg1ME IMDB http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0114556/ (it's weird that the cover makes it look animated while it isn't)


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That could be the animated Metropolis, (2001). Duke Red, the 'unofficial' ruler of Metropolis, has overseen the construction of a massive skyscraper called the Ziggurat, which he claims will allow mankind to further extend its power across the planet. ... Duke Red has hired Laughton to build an advanced robot modeled and named after ...


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Could be the TV movie FBI: Negotiator from 2005. From Lifetime's website: Single mom and FBI agent Laura Martin is about to take her toughest case ever. She must negotiate with a desperate woman who has taken an entire hospital hostage in order to get her hands on an experimental drug for her daughter, who has cancer.


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For a James Bond movie, you may be thinking of License to Kill (1989), where a ship has a moon pool that is accessed several times via submarine. It can be seen multiple times throughout the movie, notably in an expansive death scene.



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