Jul 11, 2008 · Directed by Brian Robbins. With Eddie Murphy, Elizabeth Banks, Gabrielle Union, Scott Caan. A crew of miniature aliens operate a spaceship that has a human form.
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Dave drinks a Mojito, which makes everyone on board the ship get tipsy. Number 17 (played by Kevin Hart) runs off with female crew member because he is drunk. Once outside of the Dave spaceship, the policeman Dooley catches Number 17. Dooley figures out where Dave is and arrests him. Dave escapes. Dave batteries are running low.
In the future, searching for a way to solve overpopulation and global warming, a scientist invents "downsizing", a process to shrink people to a height of five inches. Paul and Audrey Safranek, a married couple in Omaha with financial problems, meet Dave and Carol Johnson, who have downsized.
Mar 30, 2008 · Meet Dave Dave Ming Chang (Eddie Murphy), newly arrived in New York City, may be the ultimate fish out of water. There's something about him that's not quite right – for starters, he seems remarkably out of place and uncomfortable in his own body.
Plot Summary: Dave Ming Chang (Eddie Murphy), newly arrived in New York City, may be the ultimate fish out of water. There's something about him that's not quite right – for starters, he seems ...
Synopsis. Compulsive womanizer Dave Garver (Clint Eastwood), who is a disc jockey at jazz radio station KRML in Carmel, California, is taunted by his fellow deejay, Al Monte (James McEachin), when Dave receives yet another request from a female fan to play Erroll Garner's jazz classic "Misty" for her.
A deep-voiced man who goes by the name of "Sam" calls in. Giving into Melvin's request to meet, Sam says to go to a church in Daly City. Melvin and the SFPD rush to the scene, but Sam is a no-show, and it is soon revealed that the caller was someone from a mental institution.
One evening at a restaurant, Bennet and Julian meet with Dr. Joseph Maroon (Arliss Howard) over the matter. He chastises Bennet and thinks he is trying to destroy football, although Bennet continuously urges him to tell the truth that could prevent other football players from suffering similar fates to the recently departed.
Mar 27, 2013 · In "The Sapphires," we meet the future singers as children, three sisters and their cousin, performing at a family celebration in 1958. The light-skinned cousin is taken to become part of what is now known as the "Stolen Generation," with no contact with her family. A decade later, as young women, the sisters still sing together.