A short horror in which a nine-year-old boy kills his parents. The role of supernatural forces becomes apparent as the dark plot of this cleverly crafted narrative unfolds.
Alexis Ronan is a powerful attorney whose life is turned upside down when her son is murdered. In twist of fate, Alexis leaves behind the life she knew to find justice for her son. But how far is she willing to go?
An uptight English writer traveling to Crete on a matter of business finds his life changed forever when he meets the gregarious Alexis Zorba.
I was a pilot; I started my career at the top, and I worked my way down.
Alexis and her coed friends take their shy roommate Freddie on a wild sexual fling as they compete for the same job after graduating from college. It's a no holds barred anything "of a sexual kind" goes as the girls try every erotic tactic to distract Freddie from winning the challenge!
Songs for Alexis is a love story following two young teenagers fight for identity and love for each other in a grown up world.
Stand-up comedian Alexis de Anda shares thoughts on gynecologists, drugs, and sex.
A profile of a preoperative transsexual, director Matthew Barbato's fascinating documentary follows Alexis Arquette as she prepares for her upcoming gender-reassignment surgery. Part of a famous Hollywood family that includes siblings Rosanna, Patricia and David, Alexis (nee Robert) is a well-known drag performer, underground cartoonist and actor who's appeared in dozens of films, including the 1994 blockbuster Pulp Fiction.
At the core of this docudrama are six French-speaking villages that were transferred to the jurisdiction of a Dutch-speaking province when political lines were drawn. The director of Le Grand Paysage d'Alexis Droeven (Jean-Jacques Andrien) was born and raised in this area and filmed scenes of the demonstrations that took place when the transfer occurred -- scenes that are used in the film. Additional background on the region emerges as the viewer sees that the economic policies dictated by the European Common Market intensify the cultural clashes in this zone because the policies often damage the earnings of the farming community -- and the farmers have no way to alter the ECM mandates. The film conveys a good sense of these issues that threaten the way of life of the small community, and at the same time, a mini-drama plays out against this backdrop.
The final stop on Alexisonfire's 2012 Farewell Tour. 01. Young Cardinals 02. Boiled Frogs 03. Heading For The Sun 04. .44 Caliber Love Letter 05. Drunks, Lovers, Sinners and Saints 06. No Transitory 07. Crisis 08. Rough Hands 09. Charlie Sheen vs. Henry Rollins 10. Born and Raised 11. Waterwings (and Other Poolside Fashion Faux Pas) 12. You Burn First 13. We Are The Sound 14. Keep It On Wax 15. Accept Crime 16. Mailbox Arson 17. Get Fighted 18. Old Crows 19. The Northern 20. Dogs Blood 21. Accidents 22. Pulmonary Archery 23. This Could Be Anywhere in the World 24. Happiness By The Kilowat
Danielle is looking for a pair for her dog but finds also a dog but also an owner.
The Alexis de Tocqueville Tour was a series of programs produced by C-SPAN in 1997 and 1998 that followed the path taken by Alexis de Tocqueville and Gustave de Beaumont through the United States during their 1831-32 visit. It explored many of the themes that Tocqueville discussed in Democracy in America, the two-volume work that he wrote based on his American travels. A C-SPAN School Bus traveled to each of the stops made by Tocqueville and Beaumont. Many of the Tocqueville programs were segments of C-SPAN's morning news and call-in show, Washington Journal, and they were timed to coincide with the anniversaries of Tocqueville and Beaumont's visits to those places. Typically, they were about 30 minutes long, and incorporated calls, e-mails, and faxes from viewers. Professor John Splaine of the University of Maryland, College Park consulted on the series, and six other historians and academics served as advisors: Peter Lawler of Berry College; Daniel Mahoney of Assumption College; Harvey Mansfield of Harvard University; Ken Masugi of the United States Air Force Academy; Jim Schleifer of the College of New Rochelle; and Delba Winthrop of Harvard University.