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March 12, 2004

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Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen

So much drama, so little time.

Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Sara Sugarman
Distributor: Disney Enterprises

Cast: Lindsay Lohan, Adam Garcia, Megan Fox, Alison Pill, Glenne Headly (and more)

Based on the teen novel of the same name, Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen follows Lola, a newly displaced teen, whose family has relocated from the trendy life of New York City to the urban sprawl of Dellwood, New Jersey. Out of place in the suburban town, Lola sets her sights on the lead in the school play while fanaticising about her favourite rock group and how her life should be. When she learns that her favourite rock group is disbanding and is going to put on their final farewell concert in New York City, Lola pulls out all the stops to make it to the concert and meet the lead singer, Stu Wolff.

Welcome to Mooseport

This town isn't small enough for the both of them

Genre: Comedy
Director: Donald Petrie
Distributor: 20th Century Fox

Cast: Gene Hackman, Ray Romano, Christine Baranski, Marcia Gay Harden, Fred Savage (and more)
After completing his two terms in the White House, a former president settles down in a small coastal New England town to write his memoirs and enjoy his retirement. He's soon asked to run for the office of mayor of the town however, with the local hardware storeowner (Romano) running against him "just to keep things honest". The president's life-long experience of political campaigns leads him, however, to accelerate the competitive nature of the race, to the point that it becomes one of the most contentious fights of his career.

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