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    Ladybugs. Part 3. 02:40

    Ladybugs. Part 3.

    by jstyle2191 (5/22/09) 3,237 views

    This is one of my favourite comedy films-"Ladybugs". Please, enjoy! Description: Chester is desperate for a promotion at work so to impress his boss he claims to have been a good soccer player in his youth and is badgered into coaching a girls team called the Ladybugs. The Ladybugs are sponsored by his boss's company and also includes the boss's daughter, Kimberly, as a player. The team makes a dreadful start to the season and the boss is less than impressed. In his personal life Chester is engaged to Bess who has a son, Matthew, from a previous marriage. Matthew just happens to be a great soccer player. Chester invites Matthew to watch the girl's team play and to get some tips from him. Matthew falls for Kimberly the second he sees her and it is partly due to this that Chester persuades him to dress like a girl and play for the team under the name Martha. With only Chester and Matthew knowing the secret of Martha's identity, the team wins the rest of their games to get to the championship game. Also Kimberly makes friends with Martha, not knowing 'she' is in fact Matthew. Just before the big game though Bess finds out that Matthew has been dressing as a girl to play and is angry with Chester, making him drop Matthew from the team. Kimberly, who has not been playing well, is also dropped on the request of Chester's boss. The Ladybugs go down 3-0 in the first half but at half time Matthew reveals to Kimberly and the rest of the team that he is Martha. His honesty fires the team up and with Chester's encouragement, Kimberly kicks in the winning goal on a penalty kick at the end of the game. The Ladybugs win the championship, Chester gets his promotion, Bess and Chester get married, and Matthew and Kimberly begin dating. Cast: Rodney Dangerfield - Chester Lee Jackée - Julie Benson Jonathan Brandis - Matthew/Martha Ilene Graff - Bess Vinessa Shaw - Kimberly Mullen Release Date: 27 March 1992 (USA). All copyrights in the end of the video.

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    Jonathan Brandis-Relax, Take It Easy 03:41

    Jonathan Brandis-Relax, Take It Easy

    by jstyle2191 (5/3/09) 723 views

    This is tribute to the best actor-Jonathan Gregory Brandis. Please, enjoy, my friends! Information about Jonathan Gregory Brandis: Born: April 13, 1976 in Danbury, Connecticut Died: November 12, 2003 in Los Angeles, California Occupation: actor Active: '80s-'90s Major genres: comedy, drama Career highlights: Outside Providence, The Neverending Story II: The Next Chapter, The Year That Trembled First Major Screen Credit: Stepfather 2 (1989). Jonathan Gregory Brandis was born in Danbury, CT, fresh-faced Jonathan Brandis began acting in commercials before elementary school. His family relocated to Los Angeles when he was nine and he promptly landed guest spots on several TV series, including Blossom and L.A. Law, as well as roles in miniseries and films. After a supporting part in The Stepfather II (1989), Brandis garnered his first starring film role as the boy adventurer in The Neverending Story 2: The Next Chapter (1991). Brandis followed up with starring roles as a ringer for a girls' soccer team in Ladybugs (1992) and a weakling who lives his dream of practicing martial arts with Chuck Norris in Sidekicks (1993). His two seasons on TV's SeaQuest DSV (1993-1994) further helped turn the boyishly handsome Brandis into a teen-magazine idol. With substantial roles in several TV movies, including Good King Wenceslas (1994) and Born Free: A New Adventure (1996), Brandis stuck to TV for several years after SeaQuest. He returned to feature films in the late '90s with a small part in Ang Lee's Civil War drama Ride With the Devil (1999) and a sizable supporting role as Rhode Island teen Shawn Hatosy's best friend in the coming-of-age comedy Outside Providence (1999). Jonathan Brandis committed suicide at his home in Los Angeles just before midnight on November 11, 2003, though the trades reported that he actually died the following morning, after being transported to nearby Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. His final film appearance - in John T. Kretchmer's low-budget comedy Bad Girls from Valley High. All copyrights in the end of the video.

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    Tribute to Jonathan Gregory Brandis and Jonathan Scott-Taylor 02:58

    Tribute to Jonathan Gregory Brandis and Jonathan Scott-Taylor

    by jstyle2191 (4/24/09) 1,761 views

    This is tribute to my favourite actors-Jonathan Brandis and Jonathan Scott-Taylor. Please, enjoy, my friends! Information about Jonathan Gregory Brandis: Jonathan Gregory Brandis was born in Danbury, CT, fresh-faced Jonathan Brandis began acting in commercials before elementary school. His family relocated to Los Angeles when he was nine and he promptly landed guest spots on several TV series, including Blossom and L.A. Law, as well as roles in miniseries and films. After a supporting part in The Stepfather II (1989), Brandis garnered his first starring film role as the boy adventurer in The Neverending Story 2: The Next Chapter (1991). Brandis followed up with starring roles as a ringer for a girls' soccer team in Ladybugs (1992) and a weakling who lives his dream of practicing martial arts with Chuck Norris in Sidekicks (1993). His two seasons on TV's SeaQuest DSV (1993-1994) further helped turn the boyishly handsome Brandis into a teen-magazine idol. With substantial roles in several TV movies, including Good King Wenceslas (1994) and Born Free: A New Adventure (1996), Brandis stuck to TV for several years after SeaQuest. He returned to feature films in the late '90s with a small part in Ang Lee's Civil War drama Ride With the Devil (1999) and a sizable supporting role as Rhode Island teen Shawn Hatosy's best friend in the coming-of-age comedy Outside Providence (1999). Jonathan Brandis committed suicide at his home in Los Angeles just before midnight on November 11, 2003, though the trades reported that he actually died the following morning, after being transported to nearby Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. His final film appearance - in John T. Kretchmer's low-budget comedy Bad Girls from Valley High. Information about Jonathan Scott-Taylor: Jonathan Scott-Taylor (born March 6, 1962) is an English former actor. He was born in São Paulo, Brazil and started going to drama school at age 11. He played the character of Jim Hawkins in a stage musical "Treasure Island" in 1973. He went on to take minor roles in "The Copter Kids", Bugsy Malone, "The Four Feathers", and "The Winslow Boy", after which he was chosen to play Damien Thorn in Damien: Omen II in 1978, his most famous role. Following this he had a few more roles in Tales of the Unexpected as sadistic prep school bully Bruce "Galloping" Foxley" in the episode "Galloping Foxley", as Tom Tulliver in "The Mill on the Floss", Shadey and Troubles, and in the 1980's BBC soap Triangle but has not performed since 1988. Jonathan Scott-Taylor lives in the East United Kingdom. He has retired from acting and went on to become a lawyer. All copyrights in the end of the video.