A young student and a rich banker make a bet for two million rubles. On the condition of the wager, the student was to spend 15 years in solitary confinement.
Recorded live on October 10th 1998 at the Las Vegas Hilton. Alabama performed all 41 of their number one hits including Tennessee River, Mountain Music and Love In The First Degree.
Beggars are being killed left and right to get their old leader to come out of hiding and face an old enemy. Meanwhile, young Wu Han Wei is being instructed by his blind grandfather to learn all six styles of the Butterfly technique. But when an old crazy beggar befriends the young student, his fate turns out to be intertwined with that of the fearsome Lu Din, a man with no arms or legs.
Based on a true story, this film is about one of the most shocking robberies in Hong Kong history. In 1975, a group of robbers stole seven million dollars from the Hang Sang Bank. The film is shot on the basis of description by one of the robbers. It aims to portrait those involved and reveal the plot as true as possible to the facts.
When two kung-fu brothers attempt to carry out a dying man's wish, they suddenly find themselves caught in a war between two rival gangs. Chow Yin and Si Fong were out for a walk when the spotted dying burglar Ting Chow Ming. Stumbling out from the bushes, Ting used his last breath to request that Chow and Si take the stolen jewels to his wife. Later, as Chow and Sii attempt to seek out Ting's wife and daughter, gangsters who have been charged with the task of recovering the stolen goods ambush them.
- The Board of DSK - The complaints of the grandmother mustache - The Tiberi make us cry - Edward loose - Right Park - Lionel Jospin Love
How does the process of film-making—like a huge carpet, of a 250 years saga of the Hungarian von Höfler family—render the chosen subject topical, re-liveable? And what is the topical signifier? is it merely a fleeting (a momentary) décollage — which is neither a piece of news, nor official history?
Some of Tennessee's trashiest transvestites strut their fluff and lip sync their gender -bending hearts out on the opulent Holiday Inn Dinner Theatre stage. See Magda as Sophie Tucker! See Chiquita as Carmen Miranda! See Edwina as Ann (Bowlegs) Miller! It's like a bad high school play in which all the girls look a bit...well, scary
Lupin attempts and fails to steal a valuable set of Japanese photographic plates. The rightful owner of the plates, Michael Suzuki, is a multimillionaire who is preparing to open a huge water park in Tokyo. Lupin attempts to enlist the help of his steadfast comrades Jigen and Goemon but find them less than reliable; Jigen is suffering from a toothache that throws off his legendary aim, and Goemon has shamefully had his sword, Zantetsuken, stolen by a woman and given to Suzuki to display in his art collection. The group works on a plan with Fujiko to get both the plates and Zantetsuken.
The film concerns the life of King Naresuan, who liberated the Siamese from the control of Burma. Born in 1555, he was taken to Burma as a child hostage; there he became acquainted with sword fighting and became a threat to the Burmese empire.
This one proves that it's all a big fake, and the myth of the Guinea Pig movies being actual snuff is not true. The girl from "Devil's Experiment" laughs while her flesh gets twisted. The guy from "He Never Dies" longs to take the latex applications off.
Pearl Jam perform live at Madison Square Garden on 8 July 2003 as part of the Riot Act Tour, the band's first with organist Boom Gaspar.
David McVicar's atmospheric and brooding production captures the drama of this riveting piece of British history, retold as only Donizetti could. International superstar Anna Netrebko is Queen Anne Boleyn, trapped in an unhappy marriage to King Henry VIII (Ildar Abdrazakov) whose roving eye has settled on another woman—Jane Seymour (Ekaterina Gubanova), Anna's friend, but now her unwitting rival. Add in Anna's early love, Percy (Stephen Costello), just returned to the court from exile, and the result is a haunting, explosive account of Queen Anna's tragic final days, before she goes to her execution in one of the most moving and dazzling final scenes in all of opera.
Get set for all the zany fun in this hilarious comedy about an Asian immigrant that everyone calls "Bruce", because of his resemblance to the legendary Bruce Lee. Bruce unknowingly works as cook for the Mob and is duped into making deliveries of "Chinese Flour"-which is really cocaine-all across the U.S.
One of Hicks's most famous quotes was delivered during a gig in Chicago - known s the "Infamous Bill Looses it in Chicago" show - in 1989 (later released as the bootleg I'm Sorry, Folks). After a heckler repeatedly shouted "Free Bird", Hicks screamed that "Hitler had the right idea, he was just an underachiever!" Hicks followed this remark with a misanthropic tirade calling for unbiased genocide against the whole of humanity.
My Sassy Husband follows Yoyo Ma and Thirteen Cheung’s union 10 years later to present day where they are experiencing marital problems. After they realize that their wedding ceremony held in London is not considered official in Hong Kong, they decide to part ways in search of their real love. While Yoyo and Thirteen both start dating new prospects, will they end up back together?
If you think you know Mickey Mouse, guess again! Dive into the second hilarious volume of Have A Laugh and discover why Mickey and his friends are still the funniest, most adventurous, and coolest characters you’ll ever meet! Howl with laughter as “Conductor Pete” nearly derails Mickey and Pluto’s train ride. Get set to “quack up” when Donald battles a noisy alarm clock and a feisty folding bed. Then, join Goofy on a side-splitting ski trip as – “BLAM!” – he hits the slopes…really hard! And the fun doesn't end there! Fully restored and re-mastered, these incredible cartoons also feature new “Re-MICKS” – mash-up music videos of crazy cartoon clips remixed to the hit song, “He Could Be The One” by Hannah Montana. It’s a cool spin on classic comedy that’ll have you laughing out loud! Jam-packed with fun in every frame, Have A Laugh - Volume 2 is must-own entertainment!