A mysterious accident has separated Jaap from his beloved Rose, but they continue to talk to each other in their minds and dreams. As Jaap struggles to come to terms with what happened, his best friend JP suggests they travel to France to visit Rose and unravel the mystery. During their journey JP unveils a secret which forces Jaap to face the truth about Rose.
And Now for Something Completely Different is a film spin-off from the television comedy series Monty Python's Flying Circus featuring favourite sketches from the first two seasons.
In the late 18th century, two newlyweds move into the stately mansion of husband Charles Fengriffen. The bride, Catherine, falls victim to a curse placed by a wronged servant on the Fengriffen family and all its descendants.
Using morgue photos, newsreel footage, and a recording by Lena Horne, Cuban filmmaker Santiago Alvarez fired off 'Now!', one of the most powerful bursts of propaganda rendered in the 1960s.
When a college piano prodigy tries to check his mother into rehab, he is taken hostage by her drug dealer and swept along on a wild adventure.
When a pop-star cousin comes to stay, a family's once normal life changes drastically.
A singer in New York gets a grim diagnosis that puts her life and dreams into perspective.
1949 British drama film based on a play by William Douglas-Home.
Young freewheeling wanderer Jerry Day and his beautiful wife Toni are at odds over their lifestyle. Jerry can't accept responsibility but Toni yearns for a family and a settled life. Then the Days 'rediscover' Jerry's young daughter Pennie, who has been living with his rich deceased wife's family. Pennie appears to be just what Jerry needs to mend his swindling ways and lead a straight life. Despite the responsibility of his new family, Jerry is swayed by the corruptible influence of jewelry thief Felix Evans. When Evans lures Jerry into a job, it puts the continuation of his new family life at risk.
Narrates the preparation for a wedding of a Spanish couple in which everything goes wrong.
A personal essay which analyses and compares images of the political upheavals of the 1960s. From the military coup in Brazil to China's Cultural Revolution, from the student uprisings in Paris to the end of the Prague Spring.
Min-Soo is a playboy who can't tolerate long term relationships. However, fate takes him to beautiful Hye-Won. While, Min-Soo becomes totally captivated by Hye-Won, Hye-Woon tries to resist Min-Soo, fearing their love will be shortened by her terminal illness.
Dexter Riley is a science student at Medfield College who inadvertently invents a liquid capable of rendering objects and people invisible. Before Dexter and his friends, Debbie and Richard Schuyler, can even enjoy their spectacular discovery, corrupt businessman A.J. Arno plots to get his greedy hands on it. Slapstick hijinks ensue as Dexter and his pals try to thwart the evil Arno before he can use the invisibility spray to rob a bank.
A film by an early British pioneer of computer generated filmmaking, Now foregrounds colour discs and other circular shapes, featuring both abstract and photographic imagery. Denys Irving was a musician – also known as Lucifer – and a member of London’s alternative scene in the late 1960s, early 1970s who collaborated with bands such as The Pink Floyd and Soft Machine and underground publications including the International Times and Oz magazine. It was during his time as a student in Columbia University in New York that he started working with computers. He also pioneered projection systems for psychedelic effects.
Now takes on video's claims to immediacy and authenticity, as Benglis juxtaposes live performance with her own prerecorded image. The soundtrack features phrases such as "now!" and "start recording," commands that usually ground us in the present, but here serve to deepen the confusion between live signals and mediation. Repeated takes and acidic color processing heighten this challenge to video's power of "liveness."
A girl from bourgeoisie discovers the pleasures of banditism, following her lover in his lifestyle.
Professional thief Martin is assigned to steal the largest diamond in the Czech Repbulic, the Czar's Prism for $3M. Needing extra help, Martin brings in his former partner Mandy, an excellent sharpshooter with lethal martial arts skills. Together with two young pickpockets, the group sets out in an adventure of espionage, double-crossing, and explosive action.
While producing a reality TV show, a teenager meets a magician whose powers are real but put him in danger.
An inspiring feature documentary and love story, about the overnight sensation, actor and international sex symbol, Andy Whitfield, who put the same determination and dedication that he brought to his lead role in "Spartacus" into fighting life-threatening cancer.
The Way We Live Now is a 2001 four-part television adaptation of the Anthony Trollope novel The Way We Live Now. The serial was first broadcast on the BBC and was directed by David Yates, written by Andrew Davies and produced by Nigel Stafford-Clark. David Suchet starred as Auguste Melmotte, with Shirley Henderson as his daughter Marie, Matthew Macfadyen as Sir Felix Carbury, Cillian Murphy as Paul Montague and Miranda Otto as Mrs Hurtle.
When his girlfriend suddenly disappears, a university student and his friend are pulled into a dangerous alternate gaming universe. They have to use their superior problem-solving skills and intellect to win challenges and advance to the next level. Can they find Qing Zhi in time and make it out alive?
Any Day Now is an American drama series that aired on the Lifetime network from 1998 to 2002. The show stars Annie Potts and Lorraine Toussaint, who are best friends despite the difference in their races. The show's title is taken from the 1962 Chuck Jackson song "Any Day Now", which was later covered by Ronnie Milsap in 1982. A version performed by Lori Perry served as the show's theme song.
All Together Now is a Filipino musical sitcom produced by GMA Network. Directed by Al Quinn, the sitcom aired Tuesday evenings on GMA KiliTV block from 2003 to 2004. This sitcom served as the reunion project of Christopher de Leon, Johnny Delgado, Edgar Mortiz collectively known as Bad Bananas of Goin Bananas fame.
Now Take My Wife was a BBC situation comedy which ran for only one series of 14 episodes in 1971. It starred Sheila Hancock and Donald Houston as a suburban middle-class couple, Claire and Harry Love. He would start each episode by turning to the camera and saying "Now ... take my wife". They had a teenage daughter, played by Liz Edmiston. Their next-door neighbour was an eccentric German woman, who also had a daughter. Of the 14 episodes, two are currently missing from the BBC archives; they were either wiped to reuse the tapes or possibly lost at one stage after their first broadcast. Several years later, in a Guardian interview, Hancock indicated that she was not very happy with the programme, seeing it as an example of the sort of stereotyped role for women actors she landed. However, her character often got the better of her husband during each episode.
What's Happening Now!! is an American sequel series of What's Happening!! It ran in syndication from 1985 to 1988. Like the previous series, What's Happening Now!! is loosely based on the motion picture Cooley High.
Six extraordinary stories one unmissable series. Redfern Now is the first drama series written, directed and produced by Indigenous Australians.
An entertainment show for primary school-aged children. The series is known for its challenges that sometimes result in participants being 'gunged'.
Costas Now is an American monthly sports television show hosted by Bob Costas on HBO.
Indonesia Now is a weekly programme broadcast by Metro TV, read in English language, and broadcast by all television stations around the world. Indonesia Now is the first international programme from Indonesia, first aired on September 1, 2006 to explain Indonesian news or Asian news. It also broadcast since August 11, 2007, at 7:00 a.m. WIB and 1:00 p.m. WIB, with its host, Kania Sutisnawinata and Dalton Tanonaka. 'Indonesia Now with Duncan Graham' is a regularly updated independent current affairs Blog started in 2005 that seeks to improve understanding of Indonesia and Indonesians. Written from a Western perspective by an Australian journalist. Website =http://www.indonesianow.blogspot.com
Happening Now is a news program broadcast on the Fox News Channel weekdays at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time.
CW Now is a news program/news magazine series which premiered on The CW on September 23, 2007. It was a brand extension of the syndicated Telepictures news magazine Extra, and features anchors and correspondents from that show. The program was devoted to topics of interest to young adults, including entertainment news and technology topics. During the upfronts, Dawn Ostroff announced a new marketing strategy for this show using what she calls, "cwickies", which is used in this program to replace the traditional network advertisements. Tanika Ray mentions that CW Now is a 30-minute commercial-free program. Nonetheless, as comedian Lewis Black pointed out on The Daily Show on September 26, 2007, the frequent mention of Wal-Mart shows that it is the program's de facto sponsor. The show was produced by Telepictures and Warner Horizon Television.
Politics Now was a Scottish political programme produced and broadcast by STV in northern and central Scotland. The programme, broadcast for 40 weeks of the year, on a Thursday evenings after the main ITV news, covered all of the big Political developments in Westminster, Brussels and Holyrood in detail. The programme was presented by STV's political editor Bernard Ponsonby with features reports and contributions from the rest of STV's political unit - Westminster correspondent Harry Smith, political correspondent Jamie Livingstone and freelance reporter David Torrance. The programme was originally presented by former political correspondent Michael Crow until his departure from the station in January 2009. The series was replaced in 2011 by Scotland Tonight, which broadcast Mondays to Thursdays on STV covering current affairs and politics.
Alright Now is a British rock music television series made by Tyne Tees Television for ITV in 1979–1980.The show was named after the song "All Right Now" by the band Free. the series showcased both established and up-and-coming acts, with a focus on those from North East England; among them were Dire Straits and The Police, both enjoying their first chart successes. The show ran for one season and was not renewed. In 1982, Tyne Tees produced the similar music show The Tube for the then-new Channel 4.
Weekend Now is a weekend weather program on The Weather Channel that airs from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Eastern time on Saturdays and Sundays. The program, which originally featured unique segments including world weather, lifestyle-oriented weather, and light weather news, debuted in 2001 as the first of multiple weekend programs on The Weather Channel.
NASCAR Now is a NASCAR news and analysis show that airs year round Monday through Friday as a thirty-minute show at 5:00pm ET on ESPN2. NASCAR Now, that debuted on February 5, 2007, is broadcast in HD from Bristol, Connecticut and also has a daily segment on SportsCenter. ESPN2 also airs editions of the show on the day of all NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races, starting with the Daytona 500. A race preview show airs at 10 A.M. ET on race day, with a post-race edition running on ESPN2 on the evening following the event. Unlike its predecessor, RPM 2Night, NASCAR Now covers only NASCAR news and information and there are no highlight restrictions on the program; both video and still photos are available for its use. It is part of ESPN's new television package with NASCAR, which gives them the opportunity to produce and air a daily show about the sanctioning body. Previously, Speed Channel had the exclusive rights to produce daily NASCAR magazine shows. On April 29, 2008, the show hosted a special one-hour edition of NASCAR Now to commemorate Dale Earnhardt Day. On August 19, 2009, President Barack Obama did a live interview on the program after honoring the defending Sprint Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson and the rest of the 2008 Chase for the Sprint Cup drivers at the White House.
America Now is a daily television magazine program hosted by Leeza Gibbons and Bill Rancic, featuring "news you can really use" on lifestyle topics such as health, diet, family and pets. The program, which airs Monday through Friday, is produced by ITV Studios America. America Now is broadcast across the United States on stations owned by Raycom Media and is airing via syndication in other markets around the country.