In an effort to prevent family history from repeating itself, meddlesome mom Daphne Wilder attempts to set up her youngest daughter, Milly, with Mr. Right. Meanwhile, her other daughters try to keep their mom's good intentions under control.
A girl, abandoned by her mother when she was three, moves to a small town in Florida with her father. There, she adopts an orphaned dog she names Winn-Dixie. The bond between the girl and her special companion brings together the people in a small Florida town and heals her own troubled relationship with her father.
"So I found a stupid video of my face and decided to make a video out of it. Why? Just because.
A surf film by Bill Ballard. Nominated by the Surfer Poll Awards for "2002 Best Movie of the Year", "2002 Best Cinematography of the Year" and "2002 Best Maneuver of the Year - Any Irons" Billygoat again erupts with an epic movie. Witness some of the most explosive free surfing this year, mixed to an incredible new soundtrack which is included free...BECAUSE has a feeling like no other Billygoat movie before, shot in 16mm film this movie is set apart from the rest. Starring Kalani Robb, Andy Irons, Mick Fanning, Damien Hobgood, Joel Parkinson, Bobby Martinez, Chris Ward, Luke Egan, Shea Lopez, Donovan, Mike Lossness, Dean Morrison, Taj Burrows and more...
Tanja and Martin are a couple in their late twenties. They meet back at their apartment late one evening, in bed. Weren’t we supposed to meet up this evening? How come you got home so late? Where the hell were you? An argument ensues, an everyday fight between couples that unleashes an unimaginable destructive force. Three separate variations of the argument are played out. Each time the positions of culprit and victim, guilt and innocence, trust and despair are reversed.
“BECAUSE” is Two Plank’s first top tier production value film which was shot over two separate record snowfall winters across the globe. “BECAUSE” follows 22 pro athletes through the deepest snow, biggest cliffs, and most intense adventure expiditions our cameras have seen. “BECAUSE” is a story-based, rich visual project of established riders along side the most anticipated upcoming athletes sharing insight to their athletic ambitions and motivational drive to acomplish the next achievement in their careers. “BECAUSE” provides non-stop freeski adventure entertainment through the performances mixed with the quest from the athletes and filmmakers alike.
Since her divorce nurse Abbey lives alone with her 6 years old son Willie. Her ex-husband Ted may have Willie every second weekend. But when Ted marries Clare, who has two children herself, he wants to see Willie more and more often.
Summer is a typical girl raised by a firefighter father which inspired her to follow his footsteps. She then meets Rael by chance a couple of times. Rael realizes he actually likes Summer but proving this to her is much more difficult and challenging.
A gang of six wealthy, well-dressed and well-spoken hoodlums break into a married couple's house and rape the wife while forcing the husband to watch. Thus begins a dogged investigation by a determined detective who quickly finds that their cult-like solidarity can be a serious obstacle to breaking them.
Stockholm, Sweden. A warm summer night is torn apart by flashing lights and loud music. Trembling air full of hopes and expectations. Four people end up at the same place for the same reason, because the night.
ad feedback Sally and Bob have been married a year. She might be pregnant, so Dr. West picks up a test sample and tells them to come by in a week for the result. They recall problems they had just before marriage when they found out about each other's past (V.D. and pregnancy). Dr. West had helped them with good counsel and two films ("The Story of V.D." and "The Story of Reproduction"). A week later at his office he has good news and shows them another film, "The Story of Life." Dr. West wants them to know about modern medical science and to teach their kids the facts of life
An unlikely romance occurs when a kidnapped victim falls in love with one of her abductors.
I Am Because We Are is a 2008 documentary film directed by Nathan Rissman and written, narrated, and produced by Madonna through her production company Semtex Films. The film documents the concern over the millions of orphans in the African country of Malawi who have lost parents and siblings to HIV and AIDS, many of whom live on the streets. The film also shows the efforts with Madonna's charitable organisation Raising Malawi in helping with improving their lives and conditions.
An uplifting drama about the bond between a group of high school seniors and their kind-hearted teacher, Mr. Yabuki. Faced with the rigors of growing up in modern times, students often look to Mr. Yabuki for advice and guidance. But when Mr. Yabuki’s career is threatened as a result of a false accusation from the school’s PTA, the students band together to stand up for their beloved teacher and help him to save his good reputation and job.
Lee Hyeong is a talented songwriter. He happens to connect people who are not good with love. Those include Hyeong-Gyeong who wants to become a singer, but she suffers from stage fright. Scully is a high school student. She helps Lee Hyeong's spirit. Chan-Young is a colleague of Lee Hyeong and he likes Hyeong-Gyeong, but in vain.
A collage of webcams, video blogs and YouTube films reveals that even in the Internet age, things still revolve around love, attention and human contact.
Alex returns to Montreal after a five-year absence.
Director Paul Wendkos' 1960 film adaptation of the controversial novel "Harrison High", about an idealistic young high-school teacher dealing with over-sexed and troubled teenagers, is notable for its casting of newcomer Dick Clark in the starring role. Others in the cast include Tuesday Weld, Michael Callan, Victoria Shaw, Roberta Shore, Warren Berlinger, Doug McClure, Linda Watkins, Rudy Bond, Philip Coolidge, Stephen Talbot, Kathryn Card, James Darren, Duane Eddy, The Rebels and Bess Flowers.
Three sisters have spent years bracing themselves for the pivotal moment that opens this film: the final verdict in their trial against their cousin, their childhood sexual abuser. From there, the story returns to their memories of growing up in a large and insular Punjabi-Canadian family in the small mill town of Williams Lake, British Columbia. With unflinching candour, the sisters discuss their family's dark secrets and expose a toxic family culture that relied on female subservience and obedience. These roles, they acknowledge, have deeper roots and have in part been reinforced by the Bollywood films that have structured their fantasies of romantic relationships. While the film tells a difficult and confrontational story of abuse, it is also a celebration of the loving sisterhood that allows these women to demand justice for the wrongs of their childhood years.
It's school festival day and Min-hyuk is busy dancing and singing. However, it is not the stage but a toilet that binds his destiny. He is bewitched by a daring high school girl, Mi-hyun, who comes into the men's room because the women's room is full. From that day on, Min-hyuk woos her, escorts her home at night, stuffs her locker with roses, and clears passages for her in the morning after a snow fall. For all his efforts, he doesn't get much more than a tender glance from Mi-hyun. When she suddenly vanishes "sorry" are the only words she leaves behind.