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.
When Lene seeks out her estranged husband in hope of reconciliation she finds him in bed with a new lover. Shocked, she flees the scene and embarks on a journey through the night that takes her on an existential rollercoaster ride of dreamlike encounters and into some very dark places.
Bernard Chanticleer's father gives him two simple words of advice: "Grow up." Bernard knows that his first step is to find a girl who's "willing," but he passes up a sure thing, Amy Partlett, for a more elusive goal. Her name is Barbara Darling, an inscrutable go-go dancer. More than a few obstacles keep Bernard from his dream world. There's his doting mother, who mails him locks of her hair and weeps at the thought of her baby as a man; there's a malicious rooster, trained to attack pretty girls, patrolling the halls of his New York City rooming house; and most of all, there's Barbara herself. She turns out to be a man hater, emotionally scarred by the lecherous wooden-legged hypnotherapist who "counseled" her in high school. All in all, Bernard finds himself in an improbable universe with a calculated clumsiness designed to evoke his confusing coming-of-age.
Kenzo creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon have tapped American independent filmmaker Gregg Araki, one of the leading lights of the New Queer Cinema movement, to write and direct an original short film featuring the brand's fall collections for men and women.
#13, glancing, or avoiding
Warlord Lei Zhengtian was hated by the people and many attempts were made to kill him. He therefore hired bodyguards to protect him. Although Lei was a tyrant, he feared his wife to death since his Warlord title was given to him by his father-in-law. His wife often shouted at him. One night, Lei was again scolded and hit by his wife. Enraged, Lei decided to visit the brothel. However, he was afraid of being assassinated. So he shaved all his beard, changed into a black suit and went in disguise.
Recorded during her Speak Now World Tour in 2011, this live recording collects 18 performances from the country-pop starlet, including all songs from her 2010 studio outing Speak Now. It also features home movies and rehearsal footage for the show, which was an elaborate affair that utilized dancers, aerialists, numerous costume changes, and a mammoth, multi-stage setup that more closely resembled a high-profile Broadway musical than it did a country music concert.
Jordy Smith stormed onto the World Tour with no apologies and no prisoners. Since first pulling on a 'Smith' jersey, he's cried after home victories (J-Bay), accomplished personal goals (winning outside South Africa, in Rio), clocked 10s (everywhere) and shown us all how endearing the transition from cocky benchwarmer to graceful batsman can really be. Watching all 6'3" of him hospitalise a beachbreak end section or man-handle a Cloudbreak freight train with equal panache will steal your breath.
A voyeuristic panorama of a specific moment in the German independent music scene.
Now Pretend is an experimental investigation into the use of race as an arbitrary signifier. Drawing upon language, personal memories and the 1959 text, "Black Like Me", it deals with Lacan's "mirror state" theories of beauty and the movement from object to subject.
A.A. Milne's beloved stuffed bear encounters Francis Ford Coppola's nightmare.
Hanka is a young woman who suddenly abandons her stable life for no obvious reason, and undertakes a trip without any clear destination, meeting strangers on her way. At the same time, her boyfriend desperately tries to find her.
A critical documentary that captures the terror of unnamable loss shouldered by twenty-first century descendants of slaves.
Lucien and Regina are foragers - they gather wild mushrooms and sell them to New York restaurants. They live simply, according to the seasons. When Regina seeks more stability, their marriage is put to a test.
Two strangers who board at the same station to commute on the MRT form an unlikely bond in this drama. Hopeless romantic Betsy thinks Michael is her ideal mate -- until the two actually meet and she discovers he's not the perfect man she'd imagined. Nonetheless, she falls in love with him, and as events unfold that threaten their relationship, Betsy and Michael must come to accept each other's differences or go their separate ways.
Ștefan's 18th birthday presents are: a driving lesson, a bottle of vodka and an open-minded discussion about women, but an unexpected surprise turns around the anniversary.
Part live stand-up performance, part documentary, this film is one of comedian Richard Pryor's later stand-up performances. As foul-mouthed as ever, Pryor touches on most of the same topics as in his previous live shows.
A rich young society girl falls in love with a car mechanic. Her family is appalled and stops her seeing him. The girl attempts to commit suicide and then decides to elope.
First live 2CD/DVD from former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach. The DVD includes never-before-seen footage from 2012's GrasPop Festival in Belgium, the full never-before-seen Hellfest set from France and the fully-remixed and remastered Club Nokia show from Los Angeles (originally broadcast on AXS TV). Includes all Skid Row hits and the best songs from Sebastian s solo career! DVD - 1. Slave To The Grind 2. Kicking & Screaming 3. Here I Am 4. Big Guns 5. Piece of Me 6. 18 & Life 7. American Metalhead 8. Monkey Business 9. I Remember You 10. Youth Gone Wild 11. Live at Nokia 12. Big Guns 13. (Love Is) A Bitch Slap 14. Piece of Me 15. 18 & Life 16. American Metal Head 17. Monkey Business 18. I Remember You 19. TunnelVision 20. Youth Gone Wild 21. Kicking & Screaming 22. Dirty Power 23. Here I Am 24. Big Guns 25. 18 & Life 26. American Metalhead 27. Monkey Business 28. I Remember You 29. TunnelVision 30. Kicking & Screaming 31. TunnelVision 32. I'm Alive
Three best friends explore the world of online swipe dating in Los Angeles and quickly find out that anyone who judges you based on your salary or number of social media followers is someone who has their own soul-searching to do.
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.
So What Now? was a BBC comedy starring comedian Lee Evans. Evans co-wrote it with Stuart Silver and Peter Tilbury. It aired on BBC1 from 26 March 2001 until 22 May 2001, with only one series of eight episodes being broadcast.
Now and Then Videoflow is a television program on Canada's MuchMoreMusic. It features a new video by an artist, followed by an older one. Then it does it again with another artist. The program is an hour long and so they usually show a new and an old video by about six different artists. There is usually a commercial break between artists.
Left without any other options after graduation, achievement-obsessed Eunice Son joins a non-profit teaching program in New Orleans. Urban Teach Now is a biting satire on Teach For America.
World News Now is an American overnight television news program that is broadcast on ABC during the early morning hours each Monday through Friday. Its tone is often lighthearted, irreverent and humorous. Created by its original executive producer, David Bohrman, a number of well-known news personalities have anchored WNN early in their careers, including original anchors Aaron Brown and Lisa McRee, Thalia Assuras, Kevin Newman, Alison Stewart, Liz Cho, and Anderson Cooper. WNN is divided into an A, B, C, and D-block, featuring different segments. Top news headlines are in the "front of the book" with reports from ABC NewsOne correspondents or repeated reports from the network's evening news program ABC World News. There is a national weather forecast and an often humorous "kicker" story that ends the A-block. The "back of the book" are usually stories from Nightline, BBC reports, or other segments produced in the studio, depending on the day of the week.
Action League Now! is a stop motion children's television series that was originally part of All That and then KaBlam! on Nickelodeon, and was later spun off into its own short-lived show. It was made using "chuckimation". The series follows the adventures of a superhero league, composed of various action figures, toys, and dolls. The show was created by Tim Hill. Most episodes took place in a house of an unseen resident. Many of the characters were voiced by radio personalities from Pittsburgh.
What to Eat Now is a six-part series, broadcast on BBC Two and presented by chef Valentine Warner. The basic message behind the series is that people should eat food that is in season. The series has covered autumnal foods, both meats such as rabbit and pigeon, and fruits and vegetables and fungi, including apples, pears, pumpkins, chicory, beetroot and truffle as part of the series. The programme was first broadcast on 15 September 2008. In looking at apples, the show visited Benedictine monks, and talked about how they could find the best apples to make a dish called "apple charlotte". In looking at beetroot, the show visited a farmer who practiced biodynamic farming, believing that the phases of the moon could affect plant growth. The show travelled to Lindisfarne to illustrate mussel catching. Warner has also published two books entitled "What to Eat Now" and "What to Eat Now - More Please!" to accompany the series'. A second series was broadcast in 2009.
Pro Football Now is a 30 minute program that discussess the issues and games in the NFL. It can be seen on most of the Comcast SportsNet stations.
Any Time Now is a 2002 co-produced six-part comedy-drama by RTÉ and BBC Northern Ireland. The show initially aired on BBC One Northern Ireland and RTÉ One in 2002. The show was filmed in Dublin, Republic of Ireland and Belfast, in Northern Ireland.