Selling author, Antoine Brisebard is a victim of a blackmailer, Jo, which threatens to jeopardize his reputation by revealing the past of his wife Sylvia. While the latter must pass the same night to take possession of the money required, Brisebard accidentally kills ...
Filmed at the Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix, AZ on February 15th and 16th, 2013, Oh My God is Louis C.K.'s fifth stand-up special, his first for HBO since 2007's Shameless, and his first since winning a Emmy Award for writing on his acclaimed show on FX, Louie. Performed in the round in front of a live audience, he discusses such topics as the food chain, animals, divorce, strange anecdotes, broken morality, murder and mortality.
Grandson of a legendary rugby player, son of a legendary rugby player, and he himself a legendary rugby player, Jo Canavero raises his only son, Tom, in a small village in the Tarn region. To the great displeasure of Jo, thirteen-year-old Tom is as good at math as he is useless on the rugby field. For a Canavero, the legend can't stop there, even if it means setting up a rugby team specifically for Tom, despite the wishes of the whole village and of Tom himself.
Jo has problems attempting to keep her daughter's sporting career on track despite her growing independence as a woman.
In this film that closely parallels his own life story, Richard Pryor plays Jo Jo Dancer, a popular stand-up comedian who has severely burned himself in a drug incident. As he lies unconscious in a hospital, his spiritual alter ego gets up and begins a journey of his own. He revisits his life, from growing up in a brothel as a child and struggling to beat the long odds to become a top rated comedian. However, his success brings new problems as he develops a tragic pattern of substance abuse that begins to screw up his life. All the while, Jo Jo's spirit watches these events and attempts to convince his past self to turn off from his path of self destruction. Written by Kenneth Chisholm
Based on a true story, this is the tale of Josephine Monaghan, a young woman of the mid-19th century who is thrown out of her parents' home after being seduced by the family's portrait photographer and giving birth to an illegitimate child. Josephine quickly learns that young, female, pretty, and alone are a bad combination for life in the wild west. In her desperation to survive, Josephine disguises herself as "Jo", a young man, and struggles to make a life for herself in a dingy frontier mining town. Can "Little Jo" live and love without revealing his/her secret?
Ramlal Sharma lives a poor life-style with two sons Ratanlal Sharma and Sanjaylal Sharma. Both sons attend Model School for the poorer folks. Rantanlal excels at everything he does including his studies and outdoor activities while Sanjaylal is a no good slacker who loves to enjoy himself with his friends and have everything done without any hard work. Both sons run a small café providing eatable
A band of students comes to celebrate the New Year in an old manor house isolated from everything. But soon after their arrival, strange events disrupt the atmosphere, before the party turns squarely to the nightmare ...
A young country-star wannabe takes off from her carhop career to join with a young, modern Billy the Kid wannabe for an adventure in theft, murder and mayhem.
Andrea (Raoul Bova) is a handsome and confident thirty-eight-year old man: single, 'womanizer' and superficial, with a successful career in a major product placement agency. His life of one-night stands seems to be just perfect: no responsibilities, hard work and endless fun. Until one day, he gets back home which he shares with Paulo (Edoardo Leo), a bizarre and unemployed friend of his, he finds Layla (Rosabel Laurenti Sellers), an extravagant seventeen-year old girl who claims to be his daughter. And she is not alone... She brought along her grandfather Enzo (Mark Giallini), an unlikely ex-rocker and the father of Andrea's first fleeting and forgotten conquest... and they have come to stay!
Raj is a struggling singer with big dreams, who is still waiting for his big break. One night he witnesses an accident near the railway tracks. The car spins out of control, and lands on the tracks of an on-coming train. Raj runs over to the wreakage, notices that the occupant, in Hindu marrige attire, is still breathing, and pulls her out just in time. Raj takes her to the hospital, and the girl's family are informed. The girl, Pooja Oberoi, survives, but is in a vigil coma, a condition whereby she can hear and see everything, but will not be speak nor move any part of her body. The Oberoi family is grateful to Raj, and are led to believe that he is Pooja's groom, Romi. Raj is reluctant to accept this, but then he changes his mind and accepts being the groom, as he has an agenda of his own, and takes advantage of this accident to further his goals, until he meets Jahnvi, and falls in love with her, not knowing that this decision will change his life forever.
Humanity makes a deal with a new client. Based on the comic "Good Business" by Simon Roy
Jo Koy's star continues to rise in his second feature-length, uncensored stand-up special, Lights Out, filmed at the Alex Theatre in Glendale California. Infectiously funny and painfully honest, Jo hits on such topics as the joys and struggles of fatherhood, growing up with strong and opinionated Filipino women, sleep apnea, and role playing. If you don't already know Jo from his stand-up or regular roundtable appearances on Chelsea Lately, it's time that you do. Ting ting!
During her wedding ceremony, Rachel notices Luce in the audience and feels instantly drawn to her. The two women become close friends, and when Rachel learns that Luce is a lesbian, she realizes that despite her happy marriage to Heck, she is falling for Luce. As she questions her sexual orientation, Rachel must decide between her stable relationship with Heck and her exhilarating new romance with Luce.
An aspiring animation creator's dreams start coming true when she is met with a charismatic young boy. Jo and the Boy is not exactly a children's movie, but more of a Hollywood-style inspirational film set in the backdrop of an unspecified cold hill town and centered on a child enamored by cartoon characters. In fact, the only connect with Indian reality is that the characters speak Malayalam.
Between raising a teenage boy and growing up with a Filipino mother, stand-up comic Jo Koy has been through a lot. He's here to tell you all about it.
Early Japanese three-part samurai / fantasy serial.
Short by Jett Garrison.