Amidst a sea of litigation, two New York City divorce lawyers find love.
Right before his daughter's wedding, a mild-mannered foot doctor discovers that his new in-laws are international smugglers.
In preparation for his daughter's wedding, dentist Sheldon Kornpett meets Vince Ricardo, the groom's father. Vince, a manic fellow who claims to be a government agent, then proceeds to drag Sheldon into a series of chases and misadventures from New York to Central America.
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Does time exist when nothing changes? That is the question for the picturesque Village of Rockwell, where time has frozen. Nobody gets sick; nobody ages, and nobody dies due to a tragic bus crash that took the lives of the 1977 undefeated Rockwell High School Basketball Team.
A Surinamese female referee is fighting for her place in the world of men's football.
There's a smoky new place in bar culture. Across the globe, smokers have been forced into the cold outside their favorite watering holes. Smoking Laws is a voyeuristic look at the curious conversations and confrontations that last the length of a cigarette. Smoldering in the haze of dirty secrets, dirty habits, beginnings, endings, even life-and-death. It's smoking good fun - outside in the cold.
Documentary outlining the culture clash in law between indigenous Australians and white European settled Australia.
Jimmy and Jon are a couple of Brooklyn guys who somehow never found their way into workaday society; they never found their way into big-time crime, either.
Tom is convinced that there are certain rules for the happy togetherness between men and women in a big city.
Short documentary about the conflict between the law on education and the unwritten law of traditional Bosnian village life, which dictates that daughters stay at home.
Raymond Wong's Mandarin Films jumps back into the Lunar New Year fray with In-Laws, Out-Laws, an ensemble comedy which recalls the Lunar New Year flicks of years past. Like some of the other flicks Wong had his name on (Eighth Happiness, All's Well Ends Well), In-Laws, Out-Laws centers on family hijinks, and is generally steeped in cultural mores which may lose some Western audiences. However, unlike those films, In-Laws, Out-Laws has extra source material: it was based on a hit Guangzhou television show, which means an extra layer of cultural specificity which might make the film even more inaccessible to Western audiences. Another major difference: most of the cast members of this film are generally not "names" in the Hong Kong entertainment circle. Also, the movie is really not very good, though that's not really a function of the above-named differences. It's just the way things are.
In a north China village, Renwu Chen gets married to Shuilian Xu. She presents quite a contrast to his elder brothers wife Wang Qiangying, a selfish woman who tries to get all she can from her mother-in-law. With the arrival of the new bride, this extended familys situation grows more complex. Qianying tries to arrange a marriage for her husbands younger sister without her willingness since she doesnt like her. Qiangying pushes the extended family to live separately so she can get a bigger house and have fewer burdens of taking care of her parents-in-law. But her husband slaps her after finding her offering poor food to her father-in-law when preparing good food for her kids. Qiangying goes back to her parents who support her, which causes a bigger conflict between the two families. Shulian convinces her sister-in-law to apologize to their father-in-law, and they eventually become a happy family.
An erotic film that depicts the dangerous relationship between a man and a co-worker's wife.
Manel, a physicist working on his PhD thesis, accidentally fall in love with Elena, a young model and aspiring actress.
Controlled by the "laws of reflection", this space reveals itself in all its features and movements in correlation to the software. I asked seven composers to write a composition for a specific animation. My interest was their different accesses and methods. Every composer could act freely.
A law student is seduced by a beautiful woman he doesn't know, and after a one night stand with her, his roommate warns him to be careful because he suspects she may have other motives. Years later, she returns and hires him as her lawyer to defend against a charge of murdering her husband. A web of intrigue ensues as the lawyer begins his hunt to find the killer and also confront the demons of his past.
In 202X, Tathagata Killer, a mysterious military leader armed with extraterrestrial technology, stages a coup and becomes the new emperor of the world superpower of Asia. Sho Shishimaru, gifted with prophetic powers, may be the only one standing in the way of Killer’s take-over of the entire world. The future of humankind is at stake in this epic struggle, but in its midst, we learn about the mystical laws that rule the world around us.
When a group of students manage to complete Thomas Edison's unfinished "spirit phone" that allows communication with the dead, they are brought to the spirit world by an ancient Incan priest. There they meet historic figures such as Albert Einstein, Buddha, and Friedrich Nietzsche and learn the hidden truths of the cosmos, heaven, hell, and God.
In the year 2403 AD, a young student named Satoru is visited by a time traveler from the future, a cute girl named Alisa. The two go back in time together to explore the 21st century when a malfunction sends them hurdling through seemingly random episodes of religious and historical importance featuring Buddha, Jesus Christ and other eminent figures.
A visually stunning, delicious blend of crime thriller and black comedy from Belgium featuring five sisters, one evil dead husband and two nosy life insurance salesmen. Desperate Housewives on acid.
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Laws of Attraction is a Malaysian 2012 Mandarin drama series produced by Double Vision and ntv7. It is scheduled to air every Monday to Thursday, at 10:00pm on ntv7, replacing The Descendant, starting 3 April 2012.
The In-Laws is a Singaporean Chinese drama which was telecasted on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp Channel 8. It made its debut on 12 April 2011 and will end on 30 May 2011. This drama serial consists of 35 episodes, and was screened on every weekday night at 9.00 pm. It is currently encoring from 1 February 2012 to 20 March 2012. It stars the award-winning veteran Hong Kong actress Louise Lee who also acted in the locally produced Portrait of Home back in 2005. The series title 麻婆斗妇 is a play on a spicy tofu and beef dish from Sichuan called "Pockmarked Lady's Beancurd".
Heavenly In-Laws is a TVB period drama series released overseas in January 2007 and aired on TVB Pay Vision Channel in July 2007.
My Mighty-in-Laws is a Singaporean Chinese drama which was telecasted on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp Channel 8. This drama serial consists of 20 episodes. It made its debut on 17 November 2004 and ended its run on 14 December 2004.
Hum Aapke Hain In Laws is a Hindi language fictional comedy series which premiered on January 14, 2013 on satellite network, SAB TV. The series is produced by Garima Productions and stars Karan Grover and Pooja Pihal in the main leads. The story centers on a newly married couple who unfortunately buy their dream home next to their In-laws and experience daily tensions.
The Supreme Court has stated that it intends to produce a drama pertaining to judicial policy, but will interlace those aspects with a romantic-comedy plot to make it fun and easy to watch.
A modern sequel to the 2005 ancient comedy drama War of In-Laws. Liza Wang will reprise her role as the sassy mother-in-law who heads a fashion design company. Myolie Wu is a tomboyish police officer who becomes romantically involved with Liza's son portrayed by Bosco Wong, a rich pretty boy in disguise.
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Jin-sook used to hate her son-in-law Hyun-tae when her daughter died, but now Hyun-tae is like a real son to her. One day, Hyun-tae falls in love with a woman named Soo-kyung, and Jin-sook, who was unhappy with Soo-kyung, finds out that Soo-kyung is her real daughter.
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