George Orwell's novel of a totalitarian future society in which a man whose daily work is rewriting history tries to rebel by falling in love.
Andy is a new teacher at a inner city high school that is like nothing he has ever seen before. There is metal detectors at the front door and everything is basically run by a tough kid named Peter Stegman. Soon, Andy and Stegman become enemies and Stegman will stop at nothing to protect his turf and drug dealing business.
In a totalitarian future society, a man whose daily work is rewriting history tries to rebel by falling in love.
Inspired by one of the twentieth century's greatest novels, composer Lorin Maazel evokes Orwell's totalitarian nightmare, where "Big Brother" is always watching, and those guilty of "thoughtcrime" are condemned to face their worst fears in the infamous "Room 101". Filmed during world premiere performances of Robert Lepage's spectacular and psychologically gripping Royal Opera production and conducted by the composer, an international cast brings Orwell's datk vision to shattering operatic life.
A man who works for 'The Party' (an all powerful empire led by a man known only as 'Big Brother') begins to have thoughts of rebellion and love for a fellow member. Together they look to help bring down the party.
The Victory Tour was a concert tour of the United States and Canada by The Jacksons between July and December 1984. It was the first and only tour with all six Jackson brothers (even though Jackie was injured for most of the tour). The group performed 55 concerts to an audience of approximately 2 million. Most came to see Michael Jackson, whose album Thriller was dominating the popular music world at the time. Songs from it and his earlier solo album Off the Wall made up most of the set list. 1. Intro 2. Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' 3. Things I Do for You 4. Off the Wall 5. Ben/Human Nature 6. This Place Hotel 7. She's Out of My Life 8. Jermaine Jackson Medley 9. The Jackson 5 Medley 10. Rock with You 11. Lovely One 12. Workin' Day and Night 13. Beat It 14. Billie Jean 15. Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)
In 1984, Midnight Oil released their iconic record Red Sails in the Sunset. They embarked on a relentless tour around the nation performing raw and electrifying music that reignited the imagination of young Australians. That same year, their lead singer Peter Garrett committed to run for a Senate seat for the Nuclear Disarmament Party. With the mounting pressure of balancing the demands of music and politics this is the year that would make, but nearly break, Australia's most important rock and roll band. Thirty years in the making and featuring never seen before seen footage of the band on and off the stage, Midnight Oil: 1984 is the untold story of the year Australia’s most iconic rock band inspired the nation to believe in the power of music to change the world.
American servicemen are still being held captive in Vietnam and it's up to one man to bring them home in this blistering, fast-paced action/adventure starring martial arts superstar Chuck Norris.Following a daring escape from a Vietnamese POW camp, Special Forces Colonel James Braddock (Norris) is on a mission to locate and save remaining MIAs.
A man struggles to keep his autonomy under an oppressive regime that monitors his every move.
The 60-second ad - which has been named the greatest TV commercial of all time by TV Guide and Advertising Age magazines - aired during the third quarter of Super Bowl XVIII in 1984, just two days before Apple would change the world with the introduction of the Mac.
Computer animation from the second part of '1984 Part One'.
Garfield's latent bigotry is exposed. Jim Davis tribute set to "In the Air Tonight" by Phil Collins featuring vocals by Justin Roiland.
Videotaped at the Colisée de Québec in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada on 5-June 1984. Supporting their second album, SHOUT AT THE DEVIL, this was the beginning of Crüe's headlining days, after graduating from the opening slot on Ozzy's tour earlier that year. Setlist: 01. Shout at the Devil 02. Bastard 03. Take Me to the Top 04. Ten Seconds to Love 05. Merry-Go-Round 06. Knock 'Em Dead, Kid 07. Piece of Your Action 08. Too Young to Fall in Love 09. God Bless the Children of the Beast 10. Red Hot 11. Tommy's Solo / Mick's Solo 12. Looks That Kill 13. Live Wire 14. Helter Skelter
This is the story of a mother and her missing son set in the backdrop of 1984 Punjab, when the state was going through a terrible time of terrorism. The film depicts the longing of a mother for her son and her search for her son, who is labelled a terrorist because of the bad times in Punjab.
By 1984, Rush were becoming the world's most popular 'underground' band. The world was also in a sombre mood, perhaps reflecting on George Orwell's 1984 thoughts. Rush's music from the Grace Under Pressure album captured this mood well, and their footage of the Maple Leaf Gardens concert in their home town Toronto on 21 September 1984 covers many of the stunning tracks from that album.
Rod Stewart started out as a lead singer for the moddish British Invasion band The Faces, and later moved on to a solo career as a disco music star and then a simple pop star. STORYTELLER: 1984-1991 focuses on those later years as a straight-ahead pop singer, and includes most of his catchy hits from that period such as "Downtown Train," "Rhythm of My Heart," "Forever Young," and his classic collaboration with guitarist Jeff Beck, "People Get Ready."