An 8-year-old girl named Peach makes a wish and wakes up to find herself transformed into an 18-year-old woman.
The young Renato Russo has no time to lose: dreams of being a rock star. But it's still early. He needs to study, teach English, reassure parents, enjoy the class, heal pain of love and especially who pack touch your band. Abortion Electric to Keith Urban, "We're So Young" presents the first chords of myth Renato Russo and the class of the Rock Brasilia, creators of such hits as "What Country Is This," "Generation Coca-Cola", "Eduardo and Monica" and many other songs that mark and become fans generation after generation, starting the path that will make the biggest band in the Rock and Brazil Renato Russo spokesman urban youth of the whole country.
Underachieving, overweight kindergarten teacher Dex finds a woman who forces him to reexamine his Zen-like system of seduction.
The mountaintop is usually the object and purpose of the trip. But for the small and serene Mr. Tao is a step on his continuing quest, that perhaps will never end.
Gu Hui, a member of the ‘Wolf Head Gang’ becomes unhappy after their new chief decides to abandon their old code of conduct. After the chief kills a travelling family and kidnaps the daughter, Gu frees her and escapes, hiding out in a nearby town and trying to start a new life as a humble shoemaker. Unfortunately, the gang refuses to let him go and put a bounty on his head, forcing him to face up to his responsibilities.
Drama critic Larry McKay, his wife Kay, and their four sons move from their crowded Manhattan apartment to an old house in the country. While housewife Kay settles into suburban life, Larry continues to enjoy the theater and party scene of New York. Kay soon begins to question Larry's fidelity when he mentions a flirtatious encounter with Broadway star Deborah Vaughn.
The seemingly random killings of an assassin puzzle her former lover, a wealthy Greek crime boss whose organization is jeopardized by his love for her, and the detective following her rising body count
The film opens with the angel Cassiel (Otto Sander) standing on the statue of the Angel of Victory overlooking post-Cold War Berlin. Growing ever more despondent over his fate as a mere observer of human life, rather than a vital part of it, Cassiel dreams of "crossing over" to the human world.And he does, as Karl Engel, a man who perhaps knows too much, perhaps like in many of Hitchcock's films, some harmless citizen who gets involved in an affair to which he is not up to. In fact, there is no one as kind and harmless as this newborn citizen of the Earth.We will follow Cassiels's adventures into a "thriller." This story which gets mangled with his own life is about weapons, more precisely about a weapon deal where the weapons - or INSTRUMENTS of violence -- are traded for IMAGES of violence.(Text from Wim Wenders site)
In Beijing 1930s, a young woman is torn between her lover and her disabled husband.
A retired warrior comes to see his former lord and learns that someone is making indestructible swords from some unknown metal. He is sent together with a swordsman to investigate the source. Along the way they meet a young girl working as a beekeeper. She is later witness to the appearance of three strange females from another dimension. They are searching for a lost weapon that has landed on earth and as one of them lay dying she enlists the girl to help them control the strange beast/weapon. Meanwhile the warrior and the swordsman learn that an old nemesis has created the swords from the shell that surrounded the alien weapon. Soon the alien beast/weapon is awakened and battle for control ensues.
Warriors of Virtue: The Return to Tao is a 2002 fantasy martial arts film and sequel to the 1997 film Warriors of Virtue. Warriors of Virtue: The Return to Tao (set a few years after the original film) sees a new villain, Dogon, seize control of Tao, a parallel universe forming the film's major setting. On Earth, 12–year–old Ryan and his friend Chucky arrive at a martial arts competition in Beijing, whereupon they are unexpectedly taken to Tao. There, it is shown that they are to become Warriors of Virtue.
Madeline is married to Ernest, who was once arch-rival Helen's fiance. After recovering from a mental breakdown, Helen vows to kill Madeline and steal back Ernest. Unfortunately for everyone, the introduction of a magic potion causes things to be a great deal more complicated than a mere murder plot.
Joe is betrayed by his gang, who then set out to kill him. On the run, he forcibly enters the apartment of Ann. Despite being initially scared, Joe departs on fairly friendly terms, and catches up with Ann again the next day at her work. One of Ann's students is Sweetie, whose father Mr Fung dotes on her. Fung, a jeweller, is also being romantically pursued by one of his employees, Elsa. The following day, Joe's old gang rob Fung's jewellery shop, during which time they snatch Sweetie.
During the military dictatorship, a political militant takes his son out of the boarding school, and puts him temporarily in a friend's luxury and empty apartment in Copacabana beach. The son knows very little about his father, and the latter cannot really explain his activities to his son, fearing for his security. So the young man stands alone in the huge apartment, waiting for the infrequent meetings with his father, without really knowing what's going on.
Follows urban youngsters in their pursuit of true love and all the set backs and comedic mishaps along the way.
A reporter and the producer of "Horror Hotline", a popular radio call-in show, investigate a caller's tale about a terrifying mutant infant that caused several deaths in the 1960s and seems to be making people disappear today.
The relationship between a middle-aged man (Andy Lau) and the elderly woman (Deanie Ip), who has been the family's helper for sixty years.
Johnny Dow struggles to make a living at his small town gas station by charging motorists to see the electric guitar used by his late father a one-hit, rock and roll wonder. Legend has it the guitar was carved in the shape of a dragon's head and made in part from an ancient spear his father found in the crater of a shooting star. When Johnny's friend Eddie stumbles upon the other half of the spear he releases an ancient demon hungry for power and destruction. Mika a beautiful Chinese warrior who holds the secret to fighting Eddie and his army of kung fu, sugar-craving warriors reveals to Johnny that the only way to stop the evil spirit is to use the first half of the spear - the dragon on Johnny's guitar! Together Johnny and Mika set out to fight Eddie and his army, reunite the two halves of the spear, restore peace to the town and - of course - save the world!
Haan (Min) is dowdy a shoes sales associate at BKK Plaza, a department store that Khunchai’s family owns. Bue (Pae) is a newly hired sales associate working in the men’s undergarment department. By chance, Khunchai rescues Haan when she passes out in the restroom. Haan wants to thank him in person but she realizes that she will never get a chance to once she learns that he’s the son of the mall owner. Maprow and Mam, Haan’s coworkers and friends decided to help by giving Haan and makeover so she can attend Khunchai’s party. Haan finally gets to meet Khunchai once again but out of embarrassment, she lies about being a socialite named Honey. But before Haan can explain and thank him, a photographer takes a photo of them together. Out of fear of her secret being exposed, she leaves the party and Khunchai in a rush. As luck would have it, Khunchai has taken a like to Haan and wishes to date her. Haan cannot believe this since it has been her dream of leading a life like Cinderella. So with Bue’s and the rest of her friends’ help, Haan is able to keep pretending to be Honey. But how long can Haan keep living her life as Honey before the truth comes out? And will her dream of becoming Cinderella become a reality? Is a pair of glass slippers something that she wants or just a pair of flipflops?
Little Wizard Tao is a children's adventure fantasy animated television series co-produced by South Korean G&G Entertainment and Chinese animation studio Motion Magic Digital Studios. The series was originally aired on KBS2 and later distributed to markets in China, Hong Kong, Great Britain and France. Little Wizard Tao premiered on 13 July 2009 and concluded on 26 April 2010. The series focuses on Tao, a young boy with magical powers, as he attends school to become a wizard.
This web-drama tells the love entanglements of Miao Li and Wang Lan over the span of three lives in three different worlds. The two attend a mysterious school where descendants from various clans, dragons, foxes, and etc gather around to resolve centuries-old entanglements. The rich second-generation young master, the sunny and candid Bai Long, is in love with Wang Lan and has protected her for thousands of years. Wang Lan’s best friend, Xiao Tao, stays by Wang Lan’s side to repay her gratitude for their master-and-servant relationship in their previous lifetime. Hu Li is a foolishly cute fox fairy and is the perfect example of a caring and sensitive man. He protects Wang Lan in one of her lives. The rich and handsome teacher Hao Yue is the mentor of Liu Yun, the school nurse. This pair seems like ordinary people, but in reality, one is the Chinese cupid and the other is an immortal. To add to the mysteriousness, the dramas has the addition of two new characters, Su Jiao Jiao and Zhu Liang Chen.
Taotao is an anime series aired for 26 episodes on TV Osaka from October 7, 1983 through March 30, 1984. A second series with the same title was aired from October 9, 1984 through April 9, 1985. Prior to the TV series, an anime film was released on December 26, 1981.They were produced as a Chinese-Japanese joint venture and directed by Shuichi Nakahara and Tatsuo Shimamura. The series is about the eponymous Taotao, a small panda. In the stories, Taotao has adventures with his animal friends and listens to the stories of his mother, the mother panda. The theme music of the series was composed by the Czech Karel Svoboda.
Taonga is a New Zealand documentary series about New Zealand art and artists that debuted in 2006.
It has been foretold over three thousand years ago that the apocalypse is impending and that one Taoist grandmaster will emerge to save the world. To give the people a fighting chance, the immortals have gathered a team of gifted individuals in search for the sacred shield.
So You Want To Be Taoiseach is a three-part series on RTÉ One hosted by Ardal O'Hanlon in 2007.
Three hundred years ago, Bai Qian stood on the Zhu Xian Terrace, turned around and jumped off without regret. Ye Hua stood by the bronze mirror to witness with his own eyes her death. Three hundred years later, in the East Sea Dragon Palace, the two meet unexpectedly. Another lifetime another world, after suffering betrayal Bai Qian no longer feels anything, yet she can't seem to comprehend Ye Hua's actions. Three lives three worlds, her and him, are they fated to love again?
Momo Love is a Taiwanese drama starring Jiro Wang and Calvin Chen of Fahrenheit, Cyndi Wang, Wong JingLun and Ken Chu of F4. It was produced by Comic International Productions and Gala Television and directed by Chu Yu-ning. It is based on the Japanese manga series Momoka Typhoon. The production was announced in a press conference on 17 June 2008 by GTV and originally titled Tao Hua Love Conquers All, starring Aaron Yan of Fahrenheit, Gui Gui, formerly of Hey Girl and Ah Ben of Choc7. However filming was postponed and subsequently re-cast. It resumed filming on 16 June 2009 and wrapped on 12 December 2009. It was broadcast on free-to-air China Television from 18 October 2009 to 10 January 2010, every Sunday at 22:00 to 23:30 and cable TV GTV Variety Show/CH 28 from 24 October 2009 to 16 January 2010, every Saturday at 21:00 to 22:30.