Archive | October 2014

Behind the Scenes of Journey of Dreams: A Feeln Original

This week, we are proud to present the world premiere of the Feeln Original “Journey of Dreams,” available exclusively at Journey of Dreams is a reflective documentary about 10-time world salsa dance champion Liz Lira. In the film, Liz looks back to her beginnings as a 7-year-old Bolivian immigrant who pursued her dream to dance and never gave up. “I feel like I’m telling my story through Liz’s story,” said director Naré Mkrtchyan (“Jill“). “Watching her dance is an inspiration. She loves it so much, and I can see how happy and how free it makes her. She’s found her passion and made it her strength.”

Liz Lira and Naré Mkrtchyan

10-time world salsa champion Liz Lira with Director Naré Mkrtchyan


Naré learned salsa dancing in an amateur team that Liz taught. “Even though we were a beginner team, she made us do things that were really difficult,” Naré said. “Our very first performance began with a cartwheel. I’d never done a cartwheel, but she told me, ‘I don’t have a Plan B. You have to do this.’ She pushed me beyond my limits and had faith that I could do it. She’s not just a dance teacher. She’s a life coach.”

Journey of Dreams

“She’s not just a dance teacher. She’s a life coach.”


“This beautiful swan was an insecure little duckling when she was a girl,” Naré said. “She had low self-esteem. She thought she was ugly. Then I realized that every woman has these insecurities. None of us feels secure in her own skin. That was my inspiration to tell this story. Don’t let fear stop you. I believe that the dream you’re most scared of is the dream you should pursue.”



You can watch Liz Lira pursue her childhood dream in “Journey of Dreams,” free for two weeks on Feeln.


Cast and Crew

Director: Naré Mkrtchyan

Producer: Rob Fried

Producer: Iris Ichishita

Executive Producer: Naré Mkrtchyan

Line Producer: Rebecca Stone



Liz Lira Herself

Michael Zazarino Classical Partner

Mandeep Sahota Salsa Partner

Kristina Balyan “Little Liz”


Director of Photography: Alice Brooks

Editor: Cristina Malavenda

Original Score: Michael Bahnmiller

Production Coordinator: Iliana Guevara

Production Assistant: Matt Hartman

Production Assistant: Anahit Muradyan

Production Assistant: Annie Sakellar

Production Assistant: Jessica Maroney

1st Assistant Camera: Caitlin Panis

Still Photographer: Dianna He

Gaffer: Jack Alexander

Key Grip: Emanuel Negrila

Swing Grip / Electric: Darshan Kembhavi

Additional Swing Grip / Electric: Bayan Hedayaty

Production Sound Mixer: Justin Fox

Hair & Make-Up Artist: Yovana Gutierrez Production

Assistant Editor: Dustin Elkin

Post Production Sound Designer: Brian Bibbo

Main & End Titles: Delaney Moghanian

Color By: Handcrafted

Colorist: Mitch Anderson

Colorist: Christopher Guerrero

Dancers in Archival footage:

Christian Oviedo

Sergei Tumas

Javier Campines

Abel Peña


Prelude No.1 in C Major from “The Well Tempered Clavier”

Johann Sebastian Bach

Performed by: David Hamilton

Exodo II

Juan Blas Caballero

“Suena Mi Tambor”

Composer: Jesus A. Perez

Performed by Johnny Polanco y su Conjunto Amistad

Vocals: Ray De Lapaz



Special Thanks:

Susannah Bella

Eric Bergemann

Jacob Halajian

Jonathan McConnell

Kristina Quevedo

Albert Torres

World Latin Dance Cup

Mi Salsa Familia

The 5 Most Popular Feeln Originals

If you’re a fan of our Hallmark Hall of Fame movies and our other good family movies, we invite you to check out our Feeln Original short films. Feeln Originals are studio-quality short films written, produced, and edited by our in-house production team. We put a lot of time, thought, and love into these films to make sure they’re packed with Feeln. Here are 5 of our Best Short Films, selected from our beloved collection. These handpicked selections represent the uplifting and heartwarming nature of these finely crafted originals you will only see on Feeln.


1. “The Fork”

A Holocaust survivor encourages her soon to be wed granddaughter. We can’t control all the events of life but we can control how we look at them.

The Fork

2. “Flight of Honor”

World War II veterans Mary Beth and Joel Doss visit their World War II memorial in Washington, D.C. for the first time.

Flight of Honor


3. “Curiosity”

12-year-old Clara Ma describes the powerful force that motivates us to investigate the great mysteries of our universe, of our planet, and of our lives. “Every atom in your body was once part of a star.” – Andrew King, Professor of Astrophysics



4. “The Little Frog”

Two frogs fall into a hole and surprise everyone. We all do better with positive reinforcement.

The Little Frog


5. “The Saint of Auschwitz”

Imprisoned at Auschwitz, Father Maximilian Kolbe protects his fellow prisoners against the Nazis.

The Saint of Auschwitz

Behind the Scenes of Phantom: A Feeln Original

This week, in the spirit of Halloween, we are proud to present the world premiere of the Feeln Original “Phantom,” available exclusively at Fear: it makes your heart beat faster, your muscles tense, and your face contort. It becomes physically impossible to keep your cool. To see what real people look like when they’re given a fright, we hid a super-high-speed camera inside a haunted maze to capture the hilarious slow-motion reactions of unsuspecting guests as masked monsters jumped out at them. This laugh-out-loud film gives new meaning to the phrase “scared silly.”

“My parents love Halloween and haunted houses, so every year, we’d find the scariest haunted house and go as a family,” said Phantom’s writer, director, and editor James Lee Hernandez (“Stick Together,” “Four Chaplains“). “When I was in high school, my parents took my friends and me to a haunted house. We were all on the basketball team, 6’5″, 6’6″, and we thought we were pretty tough. But at the very end of the maze, a guy came out of nowhere with a real chainsaw. You could smell the gas and feel the vibrations as he revved it up. We didn’t realize that there was no chain on it at the time. We ran out of that place hugging and screaming!”

Phantom slo-motion screams

Every Halloween, Feeln director Ken Carlson (“Big Gus,” “Dating Avi“) turns his home into a haunted house. The maze is free, and people from all over Los Angeles come to Santa Monica to get scared out of their wits. “We didn’t know what a big deal it would be until we arrived,” James said. “There were thousands of people. They closed the street in front of Ken’s house.” When shooting with such a high-speed camera, you need a ton of light. James and director of photography Sean-Michael Smith used a strobe light and a hand-cranked floodlight to capture their victims’ terrified faces.

“For me, it was really important to show people laughing and smiling after being scared,” James said. “Why do we enjoy being scared as entertainment? It’s such an adrenaline rush. It awakens something primal, and afterwards you just start laughing out of relief. Halloween is all about fun and excitement, and when you and your friends are scared silly, it can be a bonding experience. When I watched our footage, I could totally relate. After I’ve been scared, I often wonder, what did my face just do? And now I know!”

Phantom smiles

You can watch others lose their cool and die laughing in “Phantom,” free for two weeks on Feeln.


Cast and Crew

Director James Lee Hernandez

Written by James Lee Hernandez & Iris Ichishita

Producer Rob Fried

Producer Iris Ichishita

Executive Producer Naré Mkrtchyan

Line Producer Rebecca Stone


Director of Photography Sean-Michael Smith

Editor James Lee Hernandez

Phantom Operator Sean Zaccheo

Assistant Camera Gabriel Diniz

Additional Camera by Dustin Elkin

Chris Commons

Iliana Guevara

Peter King

Cristina Malavenda


Special Thanks:

The Carlson Family

Competitive Sheet Metal

Darshan Kembhavi

And all the wonderful people whom we scared!

Last Chance to Watch: Catch These Movies Before November 1

October 31st is a truly frightening date. Not because of Halloween, but because it’s the last day you can watch some truly great films on Feeln. Here are the movies that are expiring on November 1.

Rated PG-13
Why We’re Feeln It: Loyalty, bravery, and acceptance of others are the themes that run through this beautifully realized Oscar-winning saga.

Rated PG
Why We’re Feeln It: With its kooky characters, quotable dialogue, and unmistakable style, this is a road trip everyone will be happy to take together.

Rated PG-13
Why We’re Feeln It: You don’t have to be a kung-fu fan to be awed by the balletic action scenes or moved by the lushly romantic love stories.


Rated PG-13
Why We’re Feeln It: It’s a fun, high-flying adventure featuring a brave hero, a sniveling villain, and the most charmingly Scottish dragon ever.

Rated PG-13
Why We’re Feeln It: Sometimes laughing through tears is the only way we can find the strength to keep going through our toughest times.

Rated G
Why We’re Feeln It: Truly loving someone or something means doing what is right for them, no matter how hard it is for you.

The Karate Kid II

Rated PG
Why We’re Feeln It: The second round takes Daniel-san and his karate instructor overseas where they experience how destructive old grudges can be.

Rated PG
Why We’re Feeln It: Sally Field won her second Academy Award for this stirring tale of people looking past race and ability to come together as one.

Rated PG
Why We’re Feeln It: Alexandre Dumas’ immortal heroes gallop together again with high-flying action and good-natured laughs.


Rated PG-13
Why We’re Feeln It: With high-energy choreography, award-winning costumes, and entrancing music, it has everything you could want in a dance movie.

Be sure to check back with us on November 1 for a new batch of incredible movies that everyone can watch together.

The Best Movies for Baseball Lovers

The World Series is finally here! In honor of America’s Favorite Pastime, we’ve compiled a list of twelve great sports movies that will take you out to the ball game. You can watch many of these sports movies online at Feeln. So take out the glove and bat and ball, or the nachos, peanuts, and soda. Enjoy!

1. Ken Burns: Baseball series

Ken Burns Baseball Series

From PBS – The first inning tells the story of baseball’s rise, in only one generation, from a gentleman’s hobby to a national sport played and watched by millions. Viewers meet the first baseball magnate, Albert Goodwill Spalding; explore the game’s first gambling scandal; see the first attempts by women to play the game in the 1860’s; witness the first attempt by ball players to unionize; and learn how the first black professionals were hounded out of the game in the “Jim Crow” 1880’s. Audiences also encounter the greatest 19th century players, Michael “King” Kelly, Cap Anson and Denton T. “Cy” Young.


2. Field of Dreams

Field of Dreams

An Iowa corn farmer, hearing voices, interprets them as a command to build a baseball diamond in his fields; he does, and the Chicago Black Sox come.


3. Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story

Jews and Baseball

Narrated by Dustin Hoffman, this documentary explores the connection between Jewish Americans and baseball, our nation’s most iconic institution. More than just a film about sports, it’s a story of immigration, assimilation, bigotry, heroism, and the continuation of traditions. Despite stereotypes and hostility from fans and even fellow players, there have been standout Jewish players in every decade from the 1860s to the present. This is the first major documentary to tell their stories.


4. The Babe

The Babe

Babe Ruth becomes a baseball legend but is unheroic to those who know him.


5. The Jackie Robinson Story

The Jackie Robinson Story

Jackie Robinson plays himself in a film about his historical breaking of the color barrier in Major League Baseball.


6. The Bad News Bears

The Bad News Bears

An aging, down-on-his-luck ex-minor leaguer coaches a team of misfits in an ultra-competitive California little league.


7. The Pride of the Yankees

The Pride of the Yankees

Lou Gehrig, a young engineering student at Columbia University, has an extraordinary gift for baseball. Against the wishes of his mother, and with the secret help of his father, he signs with the one team he has always loved–the New York Yankees. Under the guidance of his hero, Babe Ruth, Lou proves himself as a player, becoming a fan favorite and helping the Yankees become the most dominant team in baseball. He eventually wins the approval of his mother, as well as the heart of a beautiful fan and his future wife, Eleanor. But at the height of his career, the “Iron Horse” of baseball finds himself growing increasingly weaker, voluntarily benching himself after he feels he’s become a burden to the team. A doctor examines him and gives him the dreadful news that he has a rare, incurable disease and only months to live. Released just one year after his death at the age of 37, the film is an inspiring tribute to the short, but incredible life of one of baseball’s greatest legends.


8. Moneyball


Oakland A’s general manager Billy Beane’s successful attempt to assemble a baseball team on a lean budget by employing computer-generated analysis to acquire new players.


9. A League of Their Own

A League of Their Own

Jimmy Dugan is a washed-up ballplayer whose big league days are over. Hired to coach in the All-American Girls Baseball League of 1943, while the male pros are at war, Dugan finds himself drawn back into the game by the heart and heroics of his all-girl team. Based on the true story of the pioneering women who blazed the trail, on the fields and off, for generations of athletes. Contains some mild language.


10. For the Love of the Game

For the Love of the Game

After getting stood up by his girlfriend, 40-year-old Detroit Tigers pitcher Billy Chapel heads to Yankees Stadium to warm up for a game against the hometown team. When he arrives, he finds out that his team has been sold and the new owners are planning to trade him. As the game begins, Billy is caught up in his memories and doesn’t realize that he’s been pitching a perfect game.

11. Roy Campanella Night: a Feeln Original

Roy Campanella Night

In 1958, Roy “Campy” Campanella, one of the greatest catchers in baseball history, had his career cut short by a car accident that left him paralyzed. After his accident, Campy thought he’d lose his fans because he couldn’t hit home runs anymore. But a game held in Campy’s honor played to a packed stadium. Campy’s fans showed him that despite his paralysis, he was still their champion.

12. Bill Durham

Bill Durham

A fan who has an affair with one minor-league baseball player each season meets an up-and-coming pitcher and the experienced catcher assigned to him.


Rainbow Brite

LOS ANGELES – OCTOBER 14, 2014 –Feeln has announced plans to restore the beloved 80s animated series Rainbow Brite featuring the voices of Emily Osment and Molly Ringwald. The limited run event will launch with three weekly episodes, beginning November 6th, exclusively on Feeln, a subscription video on demand service with curated programming for audiences of all ages.

Actress and singer-songwriter Emily Osment will voice the classic Rainbow Brite, a magical girl who embarks on adventures to protect and save Rainbowland from destruction and dark powers. Rainbow Brite, alongside returning characters Starlite and the Color Kids, continue to deliver a message of optimism, creativity and friendship throughout their adventures.

“Being cast as the voice of Rainbow Brite for the relaunch of this iconic show is truly an honor. I look forward to connecting with the audience, old and new, and going on this exciting adventure together,” said Osment.

Molly Ringwald, known for her roles in the widely popular The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, and most recently, ABC Family’s The Secret Life of the American Teenager, will join Osment in the remake as the voice of villain and main antagonist The Dark Princess. Ringwald’s character will once again attempt to gain control of the universe as she stirs up trouble with an agenda of her own.

“We are thrilled to be relaunching such an iconic show and brand as Rainbow Brite. Emily and Molly are the perfect choices for the voices of Rainbow Brite and The Dark Princess, and we can’t wait to share each episode,” said Iris Ichishita, Head of Production for Feeln.

Hallmark first introduced Rainbow Brite over 30 years ago in 1983. The show was adapted as an animated television program, running 1984 to 1986, and also extended into global consumer products and merchandise.

For more information, visit

Rainbow Brite is a media franchise that was first introduced by Hallmark Cards in 1983 and adapted to an animated television show from 1984-1986. The beloved Rainbow Brite character, with the help of her friends, introduced generations of children to colorful and imaginative adventures in Rainbow Land. Follow Rainbow Brite at, @briteisback on Twitter and at

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Founded in 2007 by Academy Award winning Producer Rob Fried, Feeln is a movie subscription service showing films that move, inspire and delight audiences of all ages. Subscribers enjoy a wide variety of content, including award winning films, Hollywood blockbusters, Feeln Original Short Films, and Hallmark Hall of Fame® movies. Feeln is available online; on stream-to-TV devices including Roku and Xbox; and on mobile phones and tablets. Follow Feeln at and @Feeln on Twitter.


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10 Best Adventure Movies for Kids & Families

Feeln adventurous? Look no further! I’ve compiled a list of the Best Family Adventure Movies, all available on Feeln. Choose your own adventure with these Family Adventure Movies: a world of dragons and princes, 17th-century France, a remote and magical English village, Qing Dynasty China, the American West, or Never Neverland. Our Adventure Movies for Kids will set you and your family on a magical quest.

1. DragonHeart


When young Prince Einon is mortally wounded as he snatches the crown from his dead father’s head, his mother has him taken to a dragon to try to save the boy’s life. In exchange for a promise that Einon will be a better king than his father, the dragon gives a piece of his own heart to save the boy which inextricably links their fates. It’s a fun, high-flying adventure featuring a brave hero, a sniveling villain, and the most charmingly Scottish dragon ever.


2. The Return of the Musketeers

The Return of the Musketeers

The Musketeers are back in this third chapter of their stories of heroism, adventure and love in 17th-century France. 20 years after joining forces, the fighters have all moved on with their lives. Athos has a son named Raoul who’s in love with their old foe’s evil daughter. But they must join ranks again to protect the Queen and save the land. Alexandre Dumas’ immortal heroes gallop together again with high-flying action and good-natured laughs.


3. Stardust


The reason the remote English village of Wall has its name is because of its stone wall that separates this world from a forbidden magical realm. In that town, young Tristan is lad utterly smitten by the village beauty. In exchange for her hand, he promises to steal across the wall to retrieve a fallen star. But it turns out that the star is no meteor but a flaxen-haired maiden who took an epic tumble, and Tristan isn’t the only person looking for her. A ruthless prince wants the girl because she holds the key to the throne, and an evil witch wants her to gain eternal youth. Contains violent scenes and some disturbing images. A romantic and exciting fairy tale with a slightly twisted sense of humor, delightfully wicked witches, and Robert De Niro in a dress.


4. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

In the Qing Dynasty, two factions of warriors face off using martial arts and deadly weapons when a sword called the Green Destiny is stolen. But it’s not just the perfectly honed weapon that brings the fighters together. It’s their shared history, love and destiny that has them square off against each other and learn life’s mysteries. You don’t have to be a kung-fu fan to be awed by the balletic action scenes or moved by the lushly romantic love stories.


5. Dances with Wolves

Dances with Wolves

A lone soldier chooses a transfer to the western frontier and finds true meaning in his life with a nearby Sioux tribe. Contains adult content and language, brief nudity and graphic violence. Loyalty, bravery, and acceptance of others are the themes that run through this beautifully realized Oscar-winning saga.


6. Jumanji


A lonely little boy gets trapped in a mystical board game, spending decades lost in a savage wilderness. Then a pair of siblings discover the game, and by playing it, they open up their house to a herd of stampeding animals. Now the only way to get everything back in order is for them all to join up and finish the game together. You might think you have some wild animals in your house, but that’s nothing compared to the critters that get unleashed here.


7. Hook


Let the magic back in your life with this enchanting second chapter to the story of Peter Pan. This time, a middle-aged Peter must duel the vengeful Captain Hook. On the line are the lives of Pan’s children, and this is his opportunity to prove to them that they’re the most important people in his world.


8. Free Willy

Free Willy

In a story of triumph, a young and troubled boy who is sentenced to clean up the aquarium he tagged bonds with an orca whale that’s been captured and separated from his family. The boy learns to communicate with the whale, teaching him to do tricks before realizing that the aquarium owner plans to kill the whale. And the race to save the creature is on. Some creatures are too incredible to be caged, and some kids are too determined to be stopped.



9. The Karate Kid

The Karate Kid

Daniel and his newly-widowed mom, Lucille, move to the Los Angeles suburbs from New Jersey so she can start a new job and a new life. He quickly discovers that sunny Southern California is nothing like home when he becomes the target of school bullies. To learn to stand up to his tormentors, Daniel puts his faith and karate training in the hands of the maintenance man in his apartment building, Mr. Miyagi. It’s truly the best around. It’s exciting, funny, and very, very ’80s, but even younger kids will have fun learning how to “wax on, wax off” with Daniel-san and Mr. Miyagi.


10. The Karate Kid, Part II

The Karate Kid II

Mr. Miyagi, along with his star pupil Daniel, ventures to his native Okinawa for the first time in years to see his dying father. Once there, he discovers that his old flame still carries a torch for him and his rival still wants to fight him to the death. While all that is happening, Daniel not only falls for a local beauty but also runs afoul of the town bully, Chozen. Lots of kicking and punching ensue, along with the ultimate ’80s power ballad, Peter Cetera’s “Glory of Love.” The second round takes Daniel-san and his karate instructor overseas where they experience how destructive old grudges can be.

Are You Feeln Baseball Fever?

On Tuesday, the first pitch will be thrown out for the 2014 World Series, pitting the Kansas City Royals against the San Francisco Giants. Which means you have a full weekend to get pumped up for the Fall Classic. And what better way to get ready than watching great baseball movies, including the definitive documentary series on America’s national pastime?

Here are the top baseball picks streaming on Feeln right now:


For the full story of how baseball became not just a sport but an institution, you have to watch director Ken Burns’ Emmy-winning documentary series that originally aired on PBS. If you start binging now, you can catch the 9 original episodes from 1994, and the two-part sequel, “The Tenth Inning,” released in 2010.


A forgotten chapter in baseball history served as the basis for one of the most-loved movies about the game. In this fictionalized account of the real All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, Tom Hanks plays the washed-out manager of a team of women lead by Geena Davis who step up to the plate during World War II.


Kevin Costner, an actor synonymous with baseball flicks, plays a long-in-the-tooth pitcher on the verge of throwing a perfect game.


Gary Cooper was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actor for portraying the legendary Lou Gehrig in this classic that was first released just 17 months after the Iron Horse died.


This Feeln Original Short Film tells the true story of the 1950s baseball star whose career with the Brooklyn Dodgers when he was paralyzed in a car accident.

See these and many other big hits on your TV, phone, or tablet anytime you want with Feeln. Sign up for a one-week free trial today.

10 Comedy Movies Your Kids Are Guaranteed to Love

Has the start of the school year got your kids down? Here are 10 funny family movies that will perk them right up. Great for your children but also fun for the whole family, these funny kids movies are bound to have you giggling long after they’re over. Still not convinced? Check out the side-splitting GIFs from some of our family friendly comedies below.


1. Space Jam

In an effort to save the Moron Mountain amusement park, crooked owner Mr. Swackhammer sends a group of thugs to capture the Looney Tunes so they can star in a new attraction. Bugs Bunny strikes a bargain with the gang and they let a basketball game decide their fate. But when the thugs steal the skills of some NBA stars, will Michael Jordan be able to help the Tune team win?

Space jam


2. Babe

Nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture, this charming movie tells the story of an orphaned pig named Babe who finds a home on a farm and forges a special bond with a border collie named Fly. The seamless combination of live-action and special effects allows the animals to believably talk with each other and weave a tale of barnyard intrigue. That’ll do, pig.



3. Liar, Liar

Max’s dad, Fletcher Reede, is a lawyer who’s climbing the ladder at his firm and has a bad habit of putting his career ahead of his kid. He also has no problem coming up with a steady string of lies to cover for himself or his clients. That is until Max makes a birthday wish that his dad must stick to the truth for an entire day.

Liar Liar

Liar Liar


4. Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius

In this Academy Award-nominated animated feature, Jimmy and his friends fire a homemade communications satellite into space from their rocket before crash-landing at home. When the satellite gets picked up by an alien race, they decide that Jimmy’s parents look delicious and come to earth to take all the adults to their planet for a sacrifice. Can the genius boy rescue all the parents?

Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius


5. Grease

Danny and Sandy, a pair of teens from different worlds, meet at the beach and begin a beautiful summer romance in this musical set in the 1950s. But when they discover they’re in the same high school, their friends make it hard for the love to live on. Sandy tries to become a bad girl and Danny becomes a clean-cut jock so they can be together.

Grease thumbnail-6


6. Cats & Dogs

The war is on and in this hilarious live-action film, the cats are trying to take over the world and the dogs are doing everything they can to stop them. Professor Brody is working on a cure for common dog hair-allergies, but the cats are out to reverse the formula making all humans allergic to any dog. The neighborhood dogs need to use their wits to keep the evil cats away from the professor’s work.

Cats and Dogs


7. The Iron Giant

When an oversized alien robot crash lands in Maine in the 1950s, young Hogarth Hughes befriends him and brings him home. Hogarth helps the robot learn about earth and humans, and shows the giant that he can be more than a stereotype. But when the military is sent in to retrieve the alien, Hogarth’s life may be put on the line.

The Iron Giant


8. The Ant Bully

Trying to face life in a new town without any friends, 10-year-old Lucas Nickle starts taking out his frustrations in the only way he can – by terrorizing an ant colony in his yard. But one day, the ants get back at Lucas by shrinking him down to their size. While working with the ants to regain his human size, Lucas learns about friendship, teamwork and cooperation. From Academy Award nominated filmmaker John A. Davis and producers Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman.

The Ant Bully



9. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Ferris has convinced his girlfriend Sloane and his best friend Cameron to play hooky from high school. They decide take Cameron’s dad’s classic Ferrari and head to Chicago for the day. But this time, school principal Ed Rooney is determined to catch them, and Ferris’ little sister Jeanie wants to see him finally get busted.

Ferris Buellers Day Off Ferris Buellers Day Off



10. The Muppets Take Manhattan

The Muppets are headed to New York to take Broadway by storm with their college musical. But after a few failed attempts at finding a producer, the group decides they’re holding back their fearless leader, Kermit. And as good friends do, they help him find his own way to success.

Muppets Take Manhattan


Leapin’ Lizards! See What’s New on Feeln in October

New This Month on Feeln

It’s officially autumn now, and the days are getting shorter. But that just means you can start up your family movie night earlier. Here is the new batch of handpicked movies now available to stream on Feeln.

Rated PG
A plucky young orphan sings her way out of poverty and into the grizzled heart of a rich industrialist.

Rated PG
Everyone’s favorite bow-tie wearing man-child, Pee-Wee Herman, travels to the Alamo and back searching for his precious bicycle.

Rated PG
The son of a recent widower calls into a radio show, hoping to find love for his dad (Tom Hanks), and he catches the attention of a woman (Meg Ryan) 3,000 miles away.

Rated PG-13
Two brothers – one studious (Craig Sheffer), one rebellious (Brad Pitt0 – grow up fly fishing in the wilds of Depression-era Montana. Contains some language and brief sexual content.

Rated PG-13
A love-struck young man (Charlie Cox) crosses into a forbidden magical land to retrieve a fallen star (Claire Danes) to win the heart of a girl (Sienna Miller). Contains violent scenes and some disturbing images.

Rated PG-13
A talented young writer (Rob Brown) from the wrong side of the tracks finds an unexpected mentor in a reclusive author (Sean Connery). Contains some strong language and sexual references.

Rated PG-13
Preston Tucker (Jeff Bridges) is a maverick car designer who decides to buck Detroit and make “the car of the future,” but big business conspires to take him down. Contains strong language.

Rated PG-13
On Christmas Eve 1914 during the thick of World War I, German, French and Scottish soldiers put down their arms for an impromptu truce. Contains strong violence and a brief sexual scene.

Rated PG
Mr. Miyagi (Pat Morita) returns to Okinawa with his star pupil Daniel (Ralph Macchio) to see his dying father only to discover that his old rival still has an axe to grind.

Rated PG
A couple living deep in the heart of Kenya adopts Elsa, a lion cub, and tries to rehabilitate her for life in the wild.

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