The true story of Rocco Granata, an Italian coal miner's son who followed his passion for music against his father's wishes and social barriers.
Mark, a hitman haunted by his past as a corrupt Miami cop and the death of his wife and son, prepares for his next killing. Gradually he becomes fascinated by the beautiful prostitute who lives in the next apartment and they embark on a passionate affair. Their dreams of a life together are complicated by her pimp being a drugs baron; before they can escape he must die, but things are never that simple...
Marina (Tamil: மெரினா) is a Tamil film directed by Pandiraj starring Siva Karthikeyan, in his feature film debut and Oviya in the lead roles. The movie released on feb 3rd, 2012. It received mixed reviews
A German "Schlager-Film" (a musical comedy with popular songs) with Giorgia Moll in the title role.
Adaptation of a Spanish operetta about a love triangle between two fisherman and a human female.
John, rugged sea man and professional underwater rescuer, meets the sensual and wealth Marina, one night at a local seaport bar. Marina, seductive and insidious, lures John into a vortex of passion.
An island girl comes to Athens and ends up as a singer in a cabaret. There she meets a sailor called Vasos. Her nostalgia for her island and Dimitris, a young man who loves her and waits for her to return, cannot be extinguished by the city's temptations. When Marina returns to the island, she marries Dimitris and has a child with him. After many years, Vasos comes to the island by chance, and Marina asks him not to reveal her past to Dimitris in order not to disturb their happy life together.
Bikini Bottom's baddest gang, the Sharks, just got a new member!...But can SpongeBob prove that he isn't as square as he looks when they face their rivals, the Pods? Soak up the action and 7 more tales of nautical nonsense, including prophetic fortune cookies, Sandy's newest food craze, countless SpongeBob clones and more!
Boy meets girl in Barcelona.
The film follows the artist as she prepares for what may be the most important moment of her life: a major retrospective of her work at The Museum of Modern Art in New York. To be given a retrospective at one of the world's premiere museums is, for any living artist, the most exhilarating sort of milestone. For Marina, it is far more - it is the chance to finally silence the question she has been hearing over and over again for four decades: 'But why is this art?'
Earl Molar, an employee at the Center for Inland Waters, is puzzled by the recent an inexplicable depletion of fish from his local marina. As the annual "Around The Bay" sailing race draws nearer, however, Earl discovers that the culprit behind the shortage of fish is, in fact, a deadly bull shark brought to the marina by a freighter. Furthermore, Earl's life is complicated by his love for the lovely Oceana Anchor and the meddling of newspaper reporter Lola Dent, who is investigating the finances of Earl's father, Drip. To make matters worse, Earl discovers that Drip is depending upon the prize money from the race to pay off his massive debts. Now Earl and the love of his life, Oceana, must try to convince their parents, the owners of two local feuding yacht clubs, to listen to their warnings about the now hungry teenage bull shark and stop the vicious attacks before they become its victims!
In the U. S. Army intelligence office, bumbling lieutenant Peter Stirling receives a coded message from his friend, Francis, a talking mule. The note urges Pete to hurry to the Coronado, California naval base, where Francis is about to be sold as surplus. Pete rushes to the train station, but before he can board, nurse Betsy Donevan mistakes him for her shell-shocked brother, Navy boatswain Slicker Donevan. She tries to forcibly remove his uniform so he will not get into trouble for impersonating an Army officer. Finally she realizes that Pete is not Slicker but merely his mirror image.
There are the living, the dead, and those who are lost at sea.
Thessaloniki, 2015. The mature family man Klearchos (Greek City) constantly flirted shamelessly, throwing the blame on innocent groom, Fight. In order to meet in Istanbul beautiful neighbor, Iro, used again as a cover for the groom. So while the Mahos goes City for massages and treatments in sore hand, the Klearchos agrees with his wife, Marina, to follow him secretly and perhaps has a mistress. But a twist of fate will bring the Marina, along with their daughter, Town unexpected results.
Two old friends remain socially active even after their retirement...
The Clearchos order to escape the unbearable and domineering wife Marina and found a lively geitonisa of Iro, will invoke the alleged suspicions that the Mahos groom, husband of their daughter Rhea has a mistress and will follow up the Fthiotida, where do you go to spas for a sore arm ...
Marina finally returned to prominence with the release of 2003's Acústico MTV (the Brazilian equivalent of the MTV Unplugged series), which spawned two top 10 hit singles (the new track "Sugar" and a reworked version of her 1984 hit "Fullgas") and became her best selling album in over a decade. The DVD (the first of her career) was also one of the year's best sellers.
Stingray is a British children's Supermarionation television series, created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and produced by AP Films for ATV and ITC Entertainment between 1964 and 1965. Its 39 half-hour episodes were originally screened on ATV in the United Kingdom and in syndication in the United States. The scriptwriters included the Andersons, Alan Fennell and Dennis Spooner. Barry Gray composed the music, and Derek Meddings served as special effects director. Stingray was the first Supermarionation production to be filmed in colour, and also the first in which the marionette puppet characters had interchangeable heads featuring a variety of expressions. It was furthermore the first British TV programme to be filmed entirely in colour. At this time American TV networks were preparing for full-time colour broadcasting, although independent television in the UK did not commence colour transmission until November 1969.
Marina was the first fantasy series, a fantaserye, of Philippine media conglomerate ABS-CBN. It was aired on February 23, 2004 to November 12, 2004, starring drama actress Claudine Barretto.
Marina is a Spanish-language telenovela that aired on United States-based television network Telemundo. It premièred on October 16, 2006. The final original episode aired Thursday, June 28, 2007 it is a remake of the Mexican María la del Barrio, María Mercedes and Los Ricos También Lloran. Sandra Echeverría, in her first major role, plays the title character. Aylín Mújica plays twin sisters, Laura and Verónica Saldivar. Mauricio Ochmann appears as Ricardo in early episodes before being replaced by Manolo Cardona. Telemundo's slogan in English-language ads for the show was "The heat of Acapulco, the passion of a woman." As with most of its other soap operas, the network broadcast English subtitles as closed captions on CC3. Marina was produced by Argos Mexico. During the show's last month, June, 2007, Marina's time slot averaged 577,000 core adult viewers, an 18 percent increase over the year before, when Tierra de Pasiones aired during that hour, according to Nielsen Media Research.
Marinara is a Philippine drama-fantasy-comedy series produced by GMA Network and directed by Enrico Quizon and Soxy Topacio. Dubbed as the first "Kwelanovela", Marinara was launched June 21, 2004 as part of the network's 54th anniversary.
Adventures of the Little Mermaid is an animated series produced by Fuji Television in the early 1990s, based on upon the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale The Little Mermaid. This 26-episode TV series was originally a Japanese/French co-production created by Jean Chalopin and directed by Takehiro Miyano. The title of the series in Japan was Ningyo Hime Marina no Boken, and the series was broadcast on Japan's Fuji TV network from February to July 1991. As in the 1975 feature-length movie version produced by Toei, Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid, the mermaid protagonist was drawn as a blonde in this version and given the name Marina. It also added a new ingredient to the story: a magic potion given to the prince with which he could use to breathe underwater and be with Marina. Released in America for Saturday morning and weekday afternoon syndication by Saban Entertainment in the summer of 1991, the series wasn't nearly as popular as Disney's version and faded quickly.