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Award-winning director and investigative journalist Albert Nerenberg poses these essential questions, asks why the subject of boredom has been so religiously avoided and shows that boredom isn't what you think it is. Prompted by a study that revealed that boredom may actually be a stress condition, the documentary begins with the 2011 London riots, which, although they were started for political reasons, were spread partly by - you guessed it - boredom!
Explore France, Italy, China and more in one of their greatest global adventures featuring over two hours of song-filled fun. The DVD is value packed with four additional episodes and a FREE passport activity book for any young explorer! Join Mickey, Minnie, Pluto and all Their Trustworthy Pals in The Newest Global Adventure
World's first combination news/food truck kicks off cross-country tour at SXSW. Kicking off on the day the film arrives on Digital, the AnchorVan will make stops in Chicago, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Boston and finally New York City on April 1st, when the film debuts on Blu-ray(TM) and DVD.
Among the 42 cartoons showcased are three are Academy Award winners (Best Short Subject: Cartoons). They include The Little Orphan, in which Jerry takes care of Nibbles, a hungry little mouse who causes chaos at the Thanksgiving table; The Two Mousketeers, which features Jerry and Nibbles as two mousketeers who try to help themselves to a banquet that Tom is guarding; and lastly, Johann Mouse, which stars Jerry as a music-loving, little mouse who lives with composer, Johann Strauss in Vienna.
This tragic retelling of historical events is based on Zhenyun Liu's best selling novel Remembering 1942. The Henan province disaster, where three million people died of starvation, was a humanitarian crisis first sparked by drought, then compounded by a combination of windstorms, government corruption and a war with Japan. In the midst of the devastation, an American journalist (Adrien Brody) searches for answers, and slowly comes to understand that there may be a greater connection between these tragedies and his political theories than he once thought.
A skin flick of legendary lost status. Shot in Vancouver, British Columbia, it was screened once before disappearing and sought after by cult aficionados for decades. Sex film fans can finally get a look at this elusive crazy Canadian erotic/horror hybrid for the first time ever.
A must-own collection featuring five of the author's most beloved animated classics, which are available together on Blu-ray(TM) and DVD in deluxe editions for the first time. Set for release on February 19, 2013, this compilation will include such all-time-favorite TV specials as The Lorax, Green Eggs and Ham and Other Stories, How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, The Cat in the Hat and Horton Hears a Who! along with loads of original enhanced content.
Appearing onstage with Alan Yentob, creative director for the BBC, at the Geffen Theater in Westwood, Cal. before a live audience, Brooks reviews his career as a writer, director, actor, producer, composer, failed ballet dancer and comedian. The special looks at the Brooklyn native's early life, show-business influences, early career and ascension as one of Hollywood's most successful writers and directors.
Writer/Director Jonathan Lisecki's first feature-length film stars Jenn Harris and Matthew Wilkas as best friends who decide to have a baby together the old fashioned way ... despite the fact she's straight and he's gay. Based on a popular short film that garnered raves at more than 100 film festivals.
Frank Miller's landmark graphic novel about fear, hope and redemption is celebrated with proper measures of haunting visuals and intense action in the next entry in the popular, ongoing series of DC Universe Animated Original Movies. Peter Weller leads a stellar voice cast as Bruce Wayne/Batman. Joining Weller behind the microphone is David Selby as Commissioner Gordon, Ariel Winter as Carrie/Robin, three-time DCU veteran Wade Williams as Harvey Dent/Two-Face, and Michael McKean as Dr. Bartholomew Wolper.
Duke White (Harvey Keitel) hasn't been an ideal father to his five boys. An inveterate gambler who never experienced a windfall he couldn't blow within 24 hours, he has come to the end of his rope, literally. With Jason Jones, Scott Caan, Paulo Costanzo and Siam Yu.
Perhaps the most terrifying human relationship is the one between a serial killer and his target. But what if it starts that way, and becomes something...more? From the visionary mind of director Jennifer Lynch comes the dark fable with a stellar cast.
Facing the downside of middle age, a restless Bruce Wayne pacifies his frustration with racecars and liquor - but the Bat still beckons as he watches his city fall prey to gangs of barbaric criminals known as The Mutants. The return of Harvey Dent as Two-Face finally prompts Wayne to once again don the Dark Knight's cowl, and his dramatic capture of the villain returns him to crime-fighting - simultaneously making him the target of law enforcement and the new hope for a desolate Gotham City.
Follow the fortunes of a young Frenchman (Andrew Stevens) as he immigrates to America during the Revolutionary War and crosses paths with historical heavyweights including Paul Revere (William Shatner), Benjamin Franklin (Tom Bosley), Samuel Adams (William Daniels), and George Washington (Peter Graves). Nominated for two Emmys and a Golden Globe and broadcast in the late 1970s
Who can perform a zero-gravity striptease, seduce an angel and still have time to save the universe? Sexy, sultry, space adventurer BARBARELLA, that's who! Check out a pair of clips from this terrifically titillating sci-fi romp...
A feature length motion picture, directed by Usama Alshaibi, about a young Muslim Pro Domme in the midst of a spiritual crisis. It explores the idea of submission from a religious, psychological and sexual perspective. It is also a horror film about possession by
Terrifically titillating sci-fi romp BARBARELLA continues to entertain with its outrageous, out-of-this-world story and brazen sexuality. Jane Fonda stars as the titular heroine who lands on the planet Lythion in the year 40,000. Faced with robots, monsters and evil of varying stripes, she must vanquish her enemies, all while attempting--and failing--to keep her skin-tight spacesuit on. Along the way she receives assistance from a variety of handsome men, each of whom receives her uninhibited appreciation. Directed by Roger Vadim
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