A week before they move across the country together, Craig lies to his girlfriend in order to go on his first road trip - to the south. Alone.
Directed by Joel Lamangan, “The Significant Other” follows the story of a rising fashion model (Erich Gonzales) who catches up and becomes BFFs with her catwalk idol (Lovi Poe). But all hell breaks lose when they realize that they are in love with the same man (Tom Rodriguez).
A struggling young couple is forced to live the last day of their relationship over and over again
An abusive theater director casts his girlfriend in the lead role of his next play.
A multi-narrative drama that navigates through the different lives of one city's residents, each of whom is connected to the same local homicide investigation. This ensemble cast of characters includes an Iraq War vet returned home to an emotionally disturbed wife, a new father living in the shadow of a successful older brother, a sister caught up in a web of addiction, and a cameraman who attempts to exploit the reality behind all of their stories, or at least his version of them. The search for truth becomes a life and death struggle as the subtle manipulation of all relationships is exposed.
The nation called Hocheonpyo transports gold in the village of Korean vagabonds in Manchuria to Kukja family when some bandits attack and steal the coach with goods. The very prestigious head Paeng-deok mediates but old man Kim is killed when he asks for compensation. At this time, the Korean man Han-seong defeats the bandits and brings back the gold. So-jeong, old man Kim's daughter, decides to avenge her father. Han-seong goes to the place where the coach was attacked. Finding an emblem, he is filled with suspicion. The bandits have been employed as a convoy of Hocheonpyo and the emblem is theirs. Paeng-deok is Han-seong's older brother. Paeng-deok gets the compensation money together. While bringing the money, Seo-jun is killed and someone takes the money. Han-seong knows that Ho-chul is the culprit but Ho-chul dies by a poisonous dart. Han-seong persuades him knowing that Paeng-deok is the ringleader behind Ho-chul. - KMDB
After an airship suffers a mid-air collision, a fellow captain initiates a rescue mission.
Budding Portland restaurateur Nate's world is turned upside-down when he returns home from a business trip to find his lothario best friend and roommate, Jimmy, dating his recently separated mother, Lydia. To make matters worse, Nate's previously disinterested dad, Harrison is now determined to win Lydia back.
Significant Others is an American drama series that aired on the Fox Network from March 11, 1998 to January 31, 1999. The series was created and executive produced by Christopher Keyser and Amy Lippman.
Significant Others is an American sitcom that aired on Bravo for two seasons in 2004. Following four couples from various backgrounds in and out of therapy, it focused on issues of adultery, parenthood, impending parenthood, and the chore of behaving like an adult. Adopting the tone of many British comedies, it was almost entirely ad-libbed, without a laugh track, and put the viewer in the position of therapist, as the couples addressed the camera directly during the therapy sessions featured during each episode. Produced by NBC, it was distributed by Bravo, the cable network on which it aired until its last episode on December 19, 2004. While it primarily flew under the radar during its short run, it was heralded by many critics for its originality, dark humor, and fresh take on the pains of wedded "bliss." Its entire two-season, twelve episode run was released on DVD by Shout Factory on February 14, 2006.