While testing the latest first person shooter from global game developer, Sentinel, video game champion Max Troy discovers the events happening within the game are being reflected in the real world. He soon determines that the game's protagonist is real-life Orson Creed, an ex-Sentinel employee who is being remotely controlled by the corporation for reasons unknown. As virtual and real worlds collide, Max and Creed must join forces to unravel the conspiracy before the game's sinister events escalate and overwhelm the city.
Erik, Ryan, and Cooze start college and pledge the Beta House fraternity, presided over by none other than legendary Dwight Stifler. But chaos ensues when a fraternity of geeks threatens to stop the debauchery and the Betas have to make a stand for their right to party.
Beatriz is tired of enduring the bad habits of her husband Ignacio, and decides to put him in check. For this, he will carry out an experiment with the intention of saving his marriage and turning his home into a more efficient place.
Beta is the story of Raju, the only child of a widowed multi millionaire. Raju's father can provide him anything he wants but Raju's only desire is to get mother's love, in order to please Raju, his father gets married to Nagmani, thinking that she will take care of Raju more than his real mother would. Raju becomes completely devoted to his stepmother, doing whatever she wishes. Time passes by, Raju grows up and gets married to Saraswati. Saraswati discovers that Nagmani's motherly love for Raju is fake and all what Nagmani is interested in, is capturing Raju's wealth.
E. A. Whitehead adapted the script of Alpha Beta from his own play. Albert Finney is cast as "The Man," while Rachel Roberts plays "The Woman." The rest of the film remains in this pretentious vein, as we watch Finney and Roberts' marriage crumble before our eyes. One suspects that they might have patched things up had they ignored Whitehead's florid prose. Alpha Beta is salvaged dramatically by the dynamic performances of its stars, who far outshine the material.
The critical success in France of How Tasty Was My Little Frenchman made possible dos Santos’ delirious science-fiction vision of free love in a post-apocalyptic wilderness besieged by flesh hungry zombies contaminated by an unnamed nuclear attack. Who is Beta? follows two statuesque survivors drawn irresistibly together only to be entranced by the arrival and sudden disappearance of a third, the bewitching raven haired Beta. With its cartoon-like depiction of extreme violence and desire, Who is Beta? offers a heady Pop-infused companion to Hunger for Love. Yet beneath its giddy play of surfaces, dos Santos' underappreciated film gradually reveals a darkly ambiguous metaphoric dimension. -Harvard Film Archive
Beta follows a young woman on a night filled with ups, downs, and self-realization.
A troubled rock star is sentenced to house arrest and given the opportunity to participate in the beta testing of the world's first fully immersive 3D video game. While doing so he meets a girl who makes him question what it means to be human, and he gets his answer.
In his debut stand-up special, Kumail Nanjiani talks about all the things that terrify him completely.
An Italian submarine captain tries to navigate his sub through enemy waters while being stalked by a British warship. They both make it to the neutral port of Tangiers where they agree a truce.
A contemporary Perseus and Medusa reimagining in which a planetarium owner unravels as he forges an earthbound relation with his stargazing companion.
A French filmed animation which deals with an isolated punch card perforation who tries to join groups of well-behaved perforations, is rebuffed, and finally manages to create complete disorder. The film ends in a holocaust, the result of lack of communication and accident in a nuclear world.
Petty thief and con-man brings up his son, Prasad, in his footsteps. On the run from their victims and the police, they end up in Umargaon where his traumatized sister, Gayetri Singh, used to live with her now deceased and honest Customs Officer husband, Pratap. Raman takes advantage of the situation...
A duck hunter sends his stupid mutt to dog college, and he comes back superciliously clever.
The Yotsuya Alphabet story tells of a girl caught in a surreal world with the use of Japanese characters. The story is about the girl who lives in the town called Yotsuya and wanders around the surreal world. Eventually she melts down and becomes a part of the Yotsuya town. Is the town real or only her imagination?
Quest of Asha and her mother Laxmi to get justice in a corrupt society
Shiina Kokomi is a hard working but even tempered high school girl who is the lead performer in her school's rhythmic gymnastics club. The story follows her and her growing circle of friends as they support each other through the various trials and situations that comprise high school life.
BETA Records TV, also known as BETA TV, is a syndicated weekly music television series produced in Hollywood, California. The series showcases at least three acoustic artist videos from the world of Indie rock, Independent music, Alternative rock and College rock. BETA TV also emphasizes educational and pop culture segments and in-house produced music videos using vintage analog recording gear, combined with the modern sounds of its instrument sponsors such as Taylor Acoustic Guitar, Sabian Cymbals, Gibraltar Hardware, etc. As the program includes an educational component, the program is seen on some stations as part of their E/I-compliant educational programming.
Beta Hi Chahiye is an Indian drama television series which premiered on BIG Magic on May 20, 2013. The series stars Ankit Bathla and Garima Tiwari in the main lead and is the first daily soap opera launched on BIG Magic by Reliance Entertainment.
In Silicon Valley, the right algorithm can make you a king. And these four friends think they've finally cracked the code.
Vikram Aur Betaal was a children's television programme aired on DD National. The series contained stories from Indian mythology that aim at teaching kids life lessons while entertaining them. The concept of the program was based on Baital Pachisi, a collection of tales about the semi-legendary King Vikram and the Vetala, a vampire-like being.