Mae and Gabby are two friends who go everywhere together but they are not very popular in their school. Their classmates always pressure because they have not had a boyfriend so to avoid further setbacks, the girls put in place a plan to create the perfect boyfriend. Both believe that it will be easy to create their perfect guy using the military team building; machinery owned by the father of Mae, the machine works through a wireless keyboard. The machine can create with their settings, a robotic soldier. Of this plan was born Albert an ideal guy to be a perfect boyfriend. He will be the most popular boy of the school.
Kamen Riders Build and Ex-Aid team up with the legendary heroes of the Heisei Generation - OOO, Fourze, Gaim, and Ghost.
Mother son relations are strained to the breaking point when a young architecture student gives up his studies to support himself and his alcoholic mother by hustling.
Greasebeard and his road pirates join the Epic Race and it is up to Team Hot Wheels to stop them. But, with a saboteur among them, they must find a new way to keep the pirates from winning and learn about friendship along the way.
Set after the events of the Japanese Civil War, Seito, Hokuto and Touto now support each other in their mission to reunify Japan, with new governors leading each region instead of prime ministers. However, they are part of an evil organization called "Blood Tribe", which intends to take over the entire world. Being certain that Sento Kiryu/Kamen Rider Build is a major threat to their plans, they proceed with their "Build Annihilation Plan" (ビルド殲滅計画 Birudo Senmetsu Keikaku) to manipulate Sento's friends and other civilians against him. The trailer also teased the "destruction of a bond between two partners" and that "those two can bring about a miracle."
A year in the life of one of America's most innovative classrooms where students design & build to transform their hometown community. The film follows Emily Pilloton and Matt Miller as they teach the fundamentals of design, architecture and construction to a class of high school juniors in rural North Carolina.
"To Build a Fire" is a short story by American author Jack London, published in two different versions of in 1902 and 1908. It was made into a film in 1928 by Claude Autant-Lara.
A man is traveling through the great North American wilderness, in temperatures of seventy degrees below zero, with only his dog for a companion. As he crosses a frozen stream, a misstep puts his foot through the ice. He knows he must find a way to build a fire to warm himself, or face death. Frenzy and desperation take over, challenging all attempts to survive..
A man travels by foot in the snow with his dog.
This is a true story about the relationship between a mother and her daughter, and their struggle to make it to the top in the music world. It is about hopes and dreams... about relationships and about growing up.
In this program that aims to sharpen your child's social, physical, cognitive, and emotional development through play, the kids take a trip to a building site to learn about life in construction. In addition to learning about different types of vehicles and buildings, children also learn how to build things, how to identify various construction vehicles and tools, how to identify shapes, and more.
A group of Cuban fishermen work along the Cuba-US marine border area (Santa Cruz del Norte-Florida), and are involved with political issues and ongoing illegal migration. Yet they try to continue their normal fishermen life in their country.
A young Japanese man named Kota Tanaka (Osamu Mukai) works to raise money and then build an elementary school in Cambodia.
Six young people head up to a cabin in the woods of Northern California for a rustic Independence Day retreat, only to find themselves going through their own personal crucibles at the threshold of adulthood.
To celebrate Jack London's 100th death anniversary, director Fx Goby adapted his famous novel, "To Build a Fire", tragic tale of a trapper and his dog in the freezing Yukon, into an animated short film.
A man, in search of happiness and wealth, finds himself confronted with his own mortality and his inability to force nature's hand, for which he has to pay a great price.
Oscar nominated documentary short film from 1981
Bourne documenting the options granted to high school students who want to attend college
Follow the Bugatti car company as they attempt to create a follow-up to their record-breaking supercar, the Veyron. Upon its release in 2005, the Veyron instantly became famous for being both the fastest production supercar ever, as well as the most expensive. However, ten years later many other cars have begun to threaten the Veyron's legacy, and so Bugatti now is attempting to create an even better supercar. The program follows the Bugatti team as they overcome various engineering and design hurdles and take the new car through a series of rigorous tests in order to achieve their goal and surpass the Veyron's legacy.
This classic short film shows how to make an igloo using only snow and a knife. Two Inuit men in Canada’s Far North choose the site, cut and place snow blocks and create an entrance--a shelter completed in one-and-a-half hours. The commentary explains that the interior warmth and the wind outside cement the snow blocks firmly together. As the short winter day darkens, the two builders move their caribou sleeping robes and extra skins indoors, confident of spending a snug night in the midst of the Arctic cold!
The Gunpla Force Battle Tournament is a big event held in GBN once per year. Competing in the final round are Avalon, led by the champion Kyoya Kujo, and the elite 7th Panzer Division led by the cunning Rommel. Starting with Kyoya's Gundam AGE II Magnum, a variety of Gunpla take to the field to determine which is the strongest force!
Sei Iori is a Gunpla builder whose family runs a hobby shop in a small town. He aspires to be a Gunpla Battle champion like his father, but despite his exceptional building skills, he lacks the combat abilities to compete with other contestants. Then one day, he meets a mysterious boy named Reiji, who helps him improve his confidence in participating in Gunpla Battles. Together, Sei and Reiji battle their way to the 7th Gunpla Battle World Tournament.
Destroy Build Destroy is a live action reality series on Cartoon Network. It focuses on an unusual type of a game show, where two teams destroy a random object and build vehicles out of them, and then destroy the losers' creation. The series ran from June 20, 2009, to September 21, 2011.
Master bushcrafters compete in build-offs themed to a specific environment over a week-long period in this reality competition.
Acclaimed comedian and master carpenter Adam Carolla builds stuff with some of his big name Hollywood friends. He also tackles home improvement projects via social media, making us laugh the whole way. Since the show is live, anything could happen.
This is a dynamic dreamGundam Build Fighters: Battlogue battle featuring many types of Gunpla skirmishing in all sorts of situations.
Build Or Bust is a reality television series.
Biker Build-Off is a reality television series for the Discovery Channel. Created and narrated by Thom Beers, the series was originally conceived as a single special called The Great Biker Build-Off. The show proved so popular that more episodes were produced in succeeding years, to the point that it was turned into a regular series in 2005.
10 years ago when the Pandora Box was discovered on Mars and brought to Earth, it's activated and creates a Skywall which divides Japan into Touto, Seito, and Hokuto resulting into untold chaos.
Bob the Builder is a British children's animated television show created by Keith Chapman. In the original series Bob appears as a building contractor specializing in masonry in a stop motion animated programme with his colleague Wendy, various neighbours and friends, and their gang of anthropomorphised work-vehicles and equipment. The show is broadcast in many countries, but originates from the United Kingdom where Bob is voiced by English actor Neil Morrissey. The show was later created using CGI animation starting with the spin-off series Ready, Steady, Build!. In each episode, Bob and his group help with renovations, construction, and repairs and with other projects as needed. The show emphasizes conflict resolution, co-operation, socialization and various learning skills. Bob's catchphrase is "Can we fix it?", to which the other characters respond with "Yes we can!" This phrase is also the title of the show's theme song, which was a million-selling number one hit in the UK.
Michelle and her brother David re-model tired Hawaiian homes in a whole new way. These local siblings are blending the best of the islands' design with tricks of the trade only locals would know. And, as with any siblings, there's competition as well as chemistry - so follow them as attempt to work side-by-side to amaze and inspire in Aloha Homes.