As the heir and current marketing director for one of the nation's biggest gun manufacturers, Liberty Wallace is indifferent to the atrocities made possible through her business and her CEO husband, Victor. On her way to see her actor lover, Liberty ends up chained to a food cart full of explosives -- all at the insistence of "Joe", a sniper whose young daughter was a victim of gun violence, and who now has Liberty in his sights.
A young coach turns a losing high school football program around to go undefeated for 12 consecutive seasons.
A fourth grader and her friends deal with bullying from a more popular girl in their class.
A Budapest high school in the beginning of the 1960s. Dinis suffers the torments of adolescence. His father had to leave Hungary after the uprise in 1956, and since then Dini's mother has had to take care of her two sons on her own. A friend of Dinis' father, Bodor, is released from prison and moves in with them. Dinis and his brother Bodor are far from happy over this intrusion of their family life.
The upcoming installment's story takes place amidst signs of postwar reconstruction in the winter of 2028. Tensions are rising in New Port City as demonstrations are held concerning the interests of foreign cartels. This leads to a shooting incident involving riot police. It all started with a cyberbrain infection released by the terrorist "Fire Starter." An independent offensive unit led by Makoto Kusanagi entrusts the suppression of the situation to their ghosts and aims for their own justice. Below the surface of the incident, lies the "tin girl" Emma and the "scarecrow man" Burinda Junior. As Kusanagi deals with the incident, she draws near to what those two ghosts were seeking.
Berlin tongue encounters Munich lifestyle. A comedy around Oktoberfest. Movies, FRG, 1951 Fita Benkhoff, Paul Kemp, Liesl Karlstadt, etc. A Berlin producer of nerve healing, vitamin-enriched and expanding its life-prolonging lemonade stand in front of all the Schottenhammel at the Oktoberfest on - under the slogan helps Berlin Munich: an intolerable provocation. And then come the Saxons ... Turbulent comedy about beer, Oktoberfest and a lot of originals from Germany!
Sarah, a photo journalist who has returned from covering the Iraq war after being injured by a roadside bomb, is taken care of by her reporter boyfriend James who is swamped by guilt after leaving Sarah alone in Iraq. They receive a visit from their friend Richard, a photo editor, who introduces them to his new girlfriend Mandy, who is much younger than he. Secrets and relationships are tested, and some will fall apart.
In the heady days just prior to the collapse of the Soviet system in Russia, a satirical, anarchistic comedy such as this was just the sort of film to attract huge audiences. Told with the rapid-fire imagery and insistent soundtrack of a music video, it tells the story of Aleksandra (Tatyana Drubich), a self-centered 20-year old girl who escapes from her tiny apartment after she has been locked into by her father it to make her study for her exams.
It was 400 years ago that Galileo Galilei opened the window to the skies with a telescope. In 1609 Johannes Kepler published his "Astronomia Nova" and in the proces s provided us with a new understanding of our solar system. To commemorate these scientific milestones, the UN declared 2009 the "International Year of Astronomy."
Nothing is off limits when Broken Lizard, the guys behind Super Troopers and Beerfest, a night of stand-up comedy. Live from The El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, each group member takes the stage to discuss drugs, lust and everything in between, culminating with the origin tale of how they all met.
To save his family he'll risk losing everything. Fame, fortune, his life... even his soul.
In this Traveltalks series entry, we visit a region in Guatemala where the native Indian tribes live like their ancestors, without using most of the benefits of modern man. They not only grow their own vegetables and catch animals to eat, they also cultivate the plants they need to weave fabrics and make natural dyes from various berries and seeds.
Pauly Shore Stands Alone is a true-life road documentary. The camera follows Pauly on a snowy mid-western comedy club tour, while Pauly deals with moving his ailing mother, Mitzi Shore, out of her West Hollywood mansion of 40 years.
Dubbed by Rolling Stone Magazine as one of the funniest people alive, Sommore brings her critically acclaimed brand of social commentary to this stand up comedy presentation from Comedy Central. Sommore: The Queen Stands Alone features the Queen of Comedy on-stage extolling her profane and brassy sense of humor in her signature raw form. All topics are fair game for this comic diva, from hip-hop and the N word to relationships and Oprah. Strong and sexy as hell, Sommore brings the house down and will make you shout, Gimme Sommore!
A film collage tracing the story of the lives, loves, and deaths within the artistic community surrounding Jonas Mekas.
Coming off the critically acclaimed run as the host of The Last Leg, comedian Adam Hills signed an exclusive one year deal with Channel 4. Alongside a Christmas Special of The Last Leg, Channel 4 showed this special featuring Adam Hills' live stand-up recorded at the Lyric Theatre in London's West End. Adam was joined on-stage throughout the recording by a British Sign Language signer, which provided some added fun in seeing what the signs for various rude words were.
Minnie Evans is the embodiment of the visionary artist. She is an African American painter of Wilmington, N.C., who has created a world of mythical animals, religious symbols and natural beauty. The film explores the sources of Minnie Evans' art--Airlie Garden, with its magnificent azaleas and swans, where Minnie worked as a gate keeper for 27 years and where she did most of her paintings. Angel That Stands By Me is part of the "Visions of Paradise" series on contemporary folk artists directed and produced by Irving Saraf and Allie Light.
The presence of the moon affects all under its glow. The film explores the lunar cycle and the energies invoked by its radiance.
Chronicles the Alpine war experiences of young Toni Bruggler (Ludwig Kerscher), a Tyrolean-German member of the Standschützen (militiamen), comprised of those who are too young or old to fight in the Austro-Hungarian Habsburg army.
A Mohawk war photographer and a Palestinian refugee attempt to overcome the inertia-inducing forces of culture and politics.