Two gangsters, one case full of drugs, one abandoned hairdresser, travels to the bathroom, and travels in time.
Part of a series aimed at motorcycle enthusiasts of all stripes, this installment features undefeated freestyle champ Travis Pastrana. The Motocross and Supercross titleholder shows off his signature, gravity-defying moves and offers insight into his topnotch riding skills, including how to conquer new jumps, how to perfect stunts and how to create crowd-pleasing routines. Show host Matt LeBlanc rides with and interviews Pastrana.
Sweden may be the host of the Nobel prize, but it is also home to another variety of the mentally-gifted: Grand Masters of Memory. Mattias became a countrywide sensation as a three-time Swedish national champion in the oddly fascinating mind sport of memory: memorizing superhuman amounts of information under time constraints. However, his dominance is threatened when two confident newcomers emerge onto the scene armed with their own idiosyncratic methods of training. This quirky and humorous documentary follows these competitors as they face off against one another and prepare for the World Memory Championship where the excitement, intensity, and impressive displays of skill rival that of any of the greatest sporting events. - Vivian Yuen
A short documentary about the village of Moniave.
New York City, 1977 - It was a time when the city had fallen into decay, with too few jobs, money, police, schools, and social services. There was a city wide blackout with major looting, a serial killer on the loose, and the Bronx was burning. And yet out of the chaos emerged one of the most creative times any city has ever encountered.
Thirteen-year-old Kayla endures the tidal wave of contemporary suburban adolescence as she makes her way through the last week of middle school — the end of her thus far disastrous eighth grade year — before she begins high school.