After the release of Jumanji in 1995, UPN developed an animated series based on the movie for their UPN Kids block of programming starting in 1996 as Peter and Judy Shepherd entered the world of Jumanji to join Alan Parrish on various adventures and figure out a way to get Alan out of the game and back into the real world.
Channeling classic Bond themes like Thunderball, Weird Al delivered the title track and opening sequence to 1996’s spy spoof, Spy Hard.
Eddie Kasalivich is a machinist on a green alternative energy project who is forced on the run with physicist Dr. Lily Sinclair when they are framed for murder and treason.
The directorial debut of Tom Hanks, That Thing You Do tells the story of the fictional 60s one-hit wonder band The Wonders, who have a hit song called “That Thing You Do”. The actual single from the movie, while not quite as big a hit as it’s fictional counterpart, still hit pretty high on various Billboard charts and was nominated for Best Original Song.
Michael Jackson, Stephen King, Mick Garris and Stan Winston came together in 1996 to deliver the 39-minute long music video epic that was Michael Jackson’s Ghosts, which King and Garris co-wrote while Winston directed and created the many special effects.
An android super-soldier, Solo goes against his programming and defends the freedom fighting rebels he was sent in to destroy from the sadistic General Madden and his troops.
Losing her memory on her last mission, CIA operative Charly Baltimore becomes mild mannered schoolteacher Samantha Caine but she regains her memories and her deadly skills when a private investigator digs up her past and puts her back on the radar of her former handlers.
Finding out the twin brother he didn’t know existed was killed in his hometown, French police officer Alain Moreau sets out to find out who his brother was and who killed him.
Coming off the soundtrack for Supercop, Warren G and Adina Howard put a new spin on the Tina Turner classic “What’s Love Got to Do With It” with a music video directed by Torque’s Joseph Kahn and featuring Jackie Chan himself.
A serial killer in life, Johnny Bartlett continues with his obsession of getting the highest body count in history by killing the living as a ghost.