The early history of Charles I. His weak, sickly childhood led to his receiving the nickname that provides the film's title, but through a tenacious battle against a scheming duke's son (played well beyond the hilt by Adam Sandler) he gains the strength that he will eventually need to lead his country to ruin.
Where the Heart Is
Interesting but flawed remake of classic film Fantastic Voyage, about a tiny "spaceship" navigating a patient's veins and arteries to remove a blood clot; in this version, the patient can't be moved, so the entire operation takes place in a Wal-Mart.
I ran across this idea at kith.org, where Debbie Hollander is credited as its originator.