James Bennett (born February 9, 1996) is an American child actor. He is perhaps best known for his roles in the films Daddy Day Care, Hostage, Firewall, Poseidon, and Evan Almighty.
Jimmy was born in Seal Beach, California and now lives in Huntington Beach with his parents, his sister, Amanda, and his dogs. Their names are Chewy and Cindy Lauper. His favorite bands are Guns N' Roses, AC/DC and Black Sabbath, and he is teaching himself to play their songs on the guitar. Bennett loves to watch horror films. A Nightmare On Elm Street and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre are among his favorites.
Jimmy appeared in nearly 30 commercials (27 of which were in his first year of acting), as well as in episodes of the television series The Guardian and Strong Medicine, before being cast in the role "Tony", the boy who wants to be The Flash, in the Eddie Murphy comedy Daddy Day Care. He had smaller roles in the movies Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy and "Arthur Hailey's Detective". He has also...
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Poseidon is a 2006 remake of the classic disaster film The Poseidon Adventure, based on the novel by Paul Gallico. It was released on May 12, 2006 and stars Kurt Russell, Josh Lucas, Emmy Rossum and Richard Dreyfuss. It is directed by Wolfgang Petersen and was produced and distributed by Warner Bros., in association with Virtual Studios. The film also had a simultaneous release in the IMAX format. Executive Producers are Kevin Burns and Jon Jashni, Sheila Allen and Benjamin Waisbren. It was nominated for a single Academy Award in the visual effects category.The story centers on the Poseidon, a luxury ocean liner, named for the Greek god of the sea, in the midst of a transatlantic crossing.The beginning focuses on a brief introduction to the main characters, as they go about their activities and business throughout the ship: Jennifer Ramsey (Emmy Rossum) and Christian (Mike Vogel) are a young couple hoping to soon be engaged, but her father former New York City Mayor Robert Ramsey (...,
Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie (2005) is a Winnie the Pooh movie which was released direct to video as the sequel to Pooh's Heffalump Movie. It features the segment, Boo to You Too! Winnie the Pooh.
It all begins when Lumpy the Heffalump is getting ready for his first ever Halloween. Lumpy, Roo, Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, Rabbit and Eeyore are all at Rabbit's house, where Rabbit has prepared their bags of candy and is telling everyone what to do when it's time to Trick or Treat.
Everyone decides that Lumpy should know about Halloween, so they all try to tell him. Tigger is the one in the spotlight though, and he tells Lumpy about the Gobloon, a special creature that only comes out Halloween. It is said that if you catch the Gobloon (Goblin), he will grant you a wish, but if he catches you first, he'll turn you into a Jaggerty Lantern (Jack-O-Lantern).
This causes great distress for Lumpy and he hides under Rabbit's bed, vowing that he will not go out on Halloween because it is too scary....
Hostage is a 2005 action/thriller movie which was directed by Florent Emilio Siri. The film was based on a novel by Robert Crais, and was adapted for the screen by Doug Richardson.
Jeff Talley is a hostage negotiator in Los Angeles. The film begins with Jeff negotiating with a man who has taken his wife and son hostage after learning she has been cheating on him. Jeff Talley has been watching the situation for a while, and eventually, Jeff hears three gunshots in the house. He runs inside through the barricaded door and finds the man and his wife dead. In the boy's room he finds the dying son, who passes away in Jeff's arms. This leaves Talley emotionally scarred. Soon after, Jeff moves with his family to become police chief in Bristo Camino, a peaceful suburban hamlet in Ventura County, California.
One year after the incident that ended his career with the LAPD, Talley finds himself in yet another hostage situation. Two teenagers and their mysterious accomplice Mars Krupchek take...,
The Polar Express is a 2004 feature film based on the children's book of the same title by Chris Van Allsburg.
The film, directed by Robert Zemeckis, is entirely computer animated using performance capture technology, which incorporates the movements of live actors into animated characters. It stars actor Tom Hanks in five distinct roles, including the role of Santa Claus.
The film expands a story that can be read in under three minutes into a ninety-nine-minute movie, while remaining true to the visual style of the original. The "Hot Chocolate" production number was derived from a single sentence and a single illustration. The "Hobo," "Lonely Boy," and "Know-it-All" characters, the scenes on rooftops and on the locomotive, and the runaway observation car sequence were all new to the film.
The Polar Express tells the story of a young boy on Christmas Eve who is hoping for belief in the true spirit of Christmas. After falling asleep, a magical train called the Polar Express pulls up...
The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things is a 2004 film directed by and starring Asia Argento. It is based on JT LeRoy's novel of the same name. The film received a limited release in North American theatres on March 10 2006 because Disney didn't want the stars of The Suite Life of Zack and Cody to be in the movie.
The title is taken from the King James Version of the Bible, Book of Jeremiah, chapter 17, verse 9.The film revolves around a tattered relationship between Sarah, a drug addicted mother, and her son, Jeremiah. Their life together is marked by drug-taking, heavy drinking, prostitution, stripteases and sex.
Sarah repeatedly becomes involved with men who treat her and Jeremiah poorly using them as an excuse to abandon her son. Eventually her mother takes him to a West Virginian radical Christian cult. After three years with the cult, Sarah returns to reclaim a now 11-year-old, Jeremiah. Jeremiah allows his mother to persuade him into cross dressing so he can act as her "little...,
Jimmy Bennett was born