A woman steals her abusive boyfriend's drug money for her three teenage daughters to seek better lives for themselves and a bloody pursuit ensues.
Four female high school students in Fukuoka are big fans of Japanese rock band "CreepHyp.” They decide to go to Tokyo to attend their concert.
While all the other dragons are puffing away, one dragon refuses to smoke. They all think he's totally square and a number of them challenge him to fights, races, and arm-wrestling contests. As he defeats them all with his clean lungs and nicotine-free body, they begin to think that maybe he's the cool one after all.
Gas Huffin' Bad Gals! is a 2000 film written by and starring Bradford Scobie. It was accepted into the Cannes Film Festival, the New York Underground Film Festival, the Outfest festival in Los Angeles, and was broadcast in England by BBC television.
All his life, teenager Daniel Huffman and his grandma have dreamed of Daniel playing college football. After Daniel is cut from his high school team, his grandmother's encouragement and coaching get him a second chance at that dream. He works hard and becomes so good his coach believes he has a shot at making a top-ranked college team. But now Daniel faces a heart-wrenching choice that could force him to forever give up his dream.
Teenagers are moody, pimply monsters. But they are also curious, sensitive beings undergoing a fascinating biological metamorphosis. This visually stunning science documentary takes us deep into the mesmerising world of adolescents and reveals the scientific miracles of puberty.
Huff is an American television comedy-drama series produced by Sony Pictures Television for Showtime. The series was created by Bob Lowry and features Hank Azaria as Dr. Craig "Huff" Huffstodt, a psychiatrist whose life changes abruptly when a 15-year-old client commits suicide in his office. The series follows Huff, his family, and his friend Russell Tupper, played by Oliver Platt, as they navigate life.