Teenage rap sensation Lil Bow Wow makes his feature film debut in this "surefire heart-warmer" (Los Angeles Times) about an orphan boy named Calvin who lives out his dream of playing in the NBA—with a little help from a magical pair of sneakers! Soon after he laces up the mysterious high-tops, Calvin's amazing basketball skills land him a spot on the Los Angeles Knights team. In addition to hitting 25-foot jumpers and throwing down rim-rattling slam dunks, the small superstar sets his sights on another dream...having a family. But first he and his pals must defeat Bittleman, the orphanage headmaster trying to sabotage Calvin's career and dash his hopes of ever being adopted. Filled with high-flying fun and hilarious hijinks, Like Mike will have your whole family cheering into overtime!
Tom Petty and the Heart Breakers: Pack up the Plantation - LIVE!
Tom Petty and his group The Heartbreakers unveil their long awaited first videocassette, "Pack Up The Plantation - Live." Petty delivers electrifying performance of his biggest hits plus cover versions of rock classics not available on any recordings. So get ready to experience the powerful musical spirit of one of rock's top live acts - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
The Monkees, Vol. 14 - Monkee Vs. Machine / Some Like It... [VHS]
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1991 promotional video containing the 18-minute documentary Timepiece and the 5-minute music video for "Losing My Religion." From the back cover: Out of Time is the new album from R.E.M. It was recorded at home in Athens and at Bearsville Studios and mixed at Paisley Park. Peter Holsapple, KRS-1, Kate Pierson, Kidd Jordan (sax player on Fats Domino's legendary sessions), Mark Bingham and members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra help keep things surprising. For the first time in a while, R.E.M. will not be touring this year. This is not a replacement for an R.E.M. performance. What it is is R.E.M. on golf, ping pong, guitars, rejected album titles and several acoustic songs. Michael Stipe explains why he thought he would never write a love song and why he prefers digital microphones. Peter Buck contradicts Michael a lot and explains why he hates solos and likes guitars from K-Mart and Japan. Bill Berry discusses band philosophy and Mike Mills takes on the eternal mysteries of golf and the "radically different" sound of the new album. Everyone relaxes and makes music on the porch. Other R.E.M. things on the way include a video for "Losing My Religion" directed by Tarsem (Suzanne Vega, En Vogue), another video for "Shiny Happy People" directed by Katherine Dieckmann (who directed the "Stand" clip for R.E.M. last time), a cloth and vellum portfolio version of the CD, a promotional tour and upcoming appearances on Saturday Night Live, Rockline, MTV Unplugged and NPR's Mountain Stage, taped live in Charleston, West Virginia. Out of Time will put R.E.M. back in the public eye. Timepiece shows what they did while they were away.
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