A murder story, based on a true story.
A man covered in responsibilities and burdened by the weight of his work is swept away on a journey that changes his perception of life.
Actor/comic Denis Leary discusses family life, coffee, religion, and other topics in this stand-up special.
A Vietnam vet has nightmares about murder and zombies, and then discovers that he and other vets have been programmed to commit crimes and then kill themselves afterwards so they can't be traced. He investigates to try to find out who is responsible.
One year after the events of the anime, Rintarou begins to feel the repercussions of extensive time travel, and eventually completely fades from reality. Kurisu, being the only companion to remember him, now must find a way to bring him back.
Documentary about punk band Heavy Load, subject to the combustible flux of ego, ambition, fantasy, expectation and desire that fuels any emerging band, but uniquely made up of musicians with and without learning disabilities. This makes the band's survival a precarious negotiation between two different worlds - on the one hand the institutional timetable of day centres, work placements and social workers and, on the other, the chaotic slacker life of rehearsal rooms, studios and gigs. (Storyville)
A young man gets married before his older sister leaving her bitter, jealous, and without a proper dowry.
Take a trip back to the 90's in Kolkata when moments spent even during a load shedding were priceless.
Part of BFI collection "Off the Beaten Track."
Four high school girls in uniforms walk silently on the barren earth. These girls are time travelers who had been sent 6000 years into the future, from their present in which the same day is endlessly repeated, in order to evade human extinction. They studied time travel in school, were examined by the aptitude test, and were sent to the future as told. What should they do now? They had no idea. The only thing they could take with them from the present was a light, toy-like cellphone. Of course, it receives no signal here. As the girls are walking, they see strange birds flying in the sky, and a discolored river in the distance. Then, one girl finds an abandoned house, and recognizes the name inscribed on the front gates. * A mixed-media project by Iruma Hitoma, who wrote the novel, created the story for the manga version, scripted the anime, and penned the lyrics for the music.
The 11 year old Jimmy Spencer is not interested in the kids of his neighborhood. Instead he is playing with his imaginary siblings in his room - day in and day out, giving them own names and voices. Only when he joins a theatre group, he starts to enjoy the interactions between him and other children. For the first thine his parents experience him as a happy child. When Jimmys’s mother, JIL, falls sick, his world is falling apart. Desperately he is looking for something that will help his mother. He finally has the idea to be part of a major motion picture as he believes that his mother will do everything it takes to get well and see him in his movie. With much enthusiasm he is following his plan, but his dream seems to fall thru as he is faced with new obstacles at every turn of his journey, until he meets a very special person.
Vlada works as a truck driver during the NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999. Tasked with transporting a mysterious load from Kosovo to Belgrade, he drives through unfamiliar territory, trying to make his way in a country scarred by the war. He knows that once the job is over, he will need to return home and face the consequences of his actions.
An animator's lovable depiction of one of the beauties of early childhood
Look ma! No hands! It's loud. It's loose. It's the Nitro Circus. We've rounded up the crew packed the powder now it's time to 'Lock and Load' , and put the fire in the hole. Erratic, random chaos is the flavor. Straight doses of ADHD players is the source. It's our beloved Travis just being Travis. Anyone who is involved with this movie is freakin' nuts! You in? Caution idiots ahead.
Late sixteenth century. A Tameme Indian man and a noble Spanish woman flee through the forests of the New World in search of freedom. Their frantic journey softens the tension between them and dissolves their longstanding differences and creates intimate bonds that threaten their very survival.
History comes to life as former MAIL CALL host R. Lee Ermey leads viewers on a fascinating ride through the engineering, development and demonstration of weapons that made battlefield history in the new one-hour series, LOCK N' LOAD With R. Lee Ermey.
Maggie Peyton, the new owner of Number 53 - the free-wheelin' Volkswagen bug with a mind of its own - puts the car through its paces on the road to becoming a NASCAR competitor.
An exciting cyberpunk romp directed by Rintaro with veteran animator Kanada Yoshinori about a genius hacker and a gang of hot-rodders.
Lock 'N Load was a six part, unscripted, hidden camera reality show on Showtime that premiered on October 21, 2009. It was based at The Shootist gun store in Englewood, Colorado, where Josh T. Ryan was a salesman. It examines the gun enthusiast lifestyle. Josh T. Ryan worked in a Los Angeles show room and had sold over a million dollars worth of firearms prior to being sent to Colorado. He moonlighted as an award wining stage actor and director for over 20 years. Josh T. Ryan was named, by Slate.com, one of the top salesman in the country.
Four friends who become multi-millionaires when they sell their video game company for a clean £246 million and overnight, the four friends are transformed from "people who play games" to "serious players in the game..." - or are they?
Lock n' Load with R. Lee Ermey is a television program on History that discussed the development of military weaponry throughout the centuries. It was hosted by R. Lee Ermey.
Loaded is a half-hour long series on the public TV station Fuse TV. During the show, videos from one specific artist play. Usually there is a mix of old and new videos for each artist. Depending on the video length there are between 5 and 6 videos per episode.
WhatCulture Professional Wrestling (WCPW) is a British independent wrestling promotion, founded in 2016 by the members of WhatCulture Wrestling, the YouTube subsidiary of WhatCulture.com as a result of the channel's burgeoning popularity. As in other professional wrestling promotions, WCPW shows are not legitimate contests, but purely entertainment-based, featuring storyline-driven, scripted, and choreographed matches, though they often include moves that can put performers at risk of injury if not performed correctly.
Enhanced episodes of the series.