Ils sont cinq tueurs. Francis, le chef, Louis le parano, Victor, l'accro aux series tele, M'sieur, fan de tamagochi et Marchand, dont la femme est la seule certitude. Elle le croit representant en chaussures. Jusqu'au jour ou elle decouvre la verite. Une discussion plus qu'orageuse suit, au cours de laquelle il lui balance un coup de poing d'une telle force qu'elle tombe dans le coma. Marchand est effondre. Il acquiert la conviction que, s'il se rachete, elle se reveillera. Il decide non seulement de raccrocher mais encore de sauver ses hypothetiques victimes.
Every quarter century or so a project comes along that so perfectly unites artist and medium that one can only stand in wonder and proclaim, "Wow, Sandra, when was the last time something this magical came along - quarter century or so, wasn't it?" So it was with Michelangelo and marble; Paderewsky and piano; And so it is with this RiffTrax, uniting THE legendary dinosaur movie of our time and THE weirdest "Weird Al" Yankovic of our time into one harmonic convergence of RiffTastic Jurassic WeirdAlistic bliss!
Entry on Taiwanese new-wave filmmaker Hou Hsiao-Hsien for French television's "Cinéma, de notre temps" series, directed by Olivier Assayas.
A 6-year-old girl and her father find solace in a projector while living as undocumented immigrants in France.
Pai Hsien-yung has lent Chinese-language literature some of its most colorful and most memorable characters, and served as the inspiration of multiple generations of artists working in mediums as different as television, film, and theatre. From the youthful air of the Modern Literature magazine, which he helped launch at the age of 22, to the humanistic sincerity in his recent works My Father and the Republic and Healing the Pain, Pai looks back on his 29 years teaching at Santa Barbara, a four-decade relishing of Guilin rice noodles, and a return visit to the gardens of Suzhou after 10 years. Through the darkened realm of the stage, to the countless lectures and courses he taught, Pai has been at the forefront of literature for multiple generations, with his unique blend of resilience and tenderness reverberating through the film, and bringing audiences closer to his warmth as a novelist.
This is a story of a scientist who made important contributions to the missile and space programs of both the United States and People's Republic of China.
1980 Taiwanese action packed Wuxia film directed by Lin Ying; written, produced and co-directed by Gu Long. The title characters are based on Gu Long's Chu Liu Xiang novel series set during the Sung dynasty.
Taiwanese fantasy / adventure.
The disappearance of three teddy bears brings eight lonely hearts together. Tiring of serving people, Peter, a tour guide, brings Teddy Bears that are considered as families or pets to their owners to travel abroad. On his way to pick up a Teddy Bear, a car accident happens. All 3 Bears are missing. To stall for time and money, Peter needs to figure out how to continue this unusual trip right away...
The magnificent engineering of Isambard Kingdom Brunel's original Great Western Railway is best appreciated from the driver's cab, in this case an InterCity 125 High Speed Train. Filmed in 1993, we proceed through the outskirts of London at an exhilarating 125mph, over the Wharncliffe viaduct at Brent (where construction of the GWR actually began in 1835) across the Thames at Maidenhead (the bridge that was expected to fall down) through the expansive Sonning Cutting to arrive at the "hub" station of Reading. Next stop is Swindon, followed by a non-stop run to Bath through the famous Box Tunnel (the last section to be opened, well behind schedule) before arriving at Bristol Temple Meads. Here we see inside Brunel's original terminus, with its wooden overall roof, an amazing survivor through sheer quirk of fate.
A young peasant boy who is bullied by local noblemen seeks to learn drunken boxing from the head of a local martial arts school. When the boy beats up his previous tormentors, the nobles patriarch challenges the boys teacher, the drunken master, who defeats the lot of them. Embarrased, the nobles retain two hired snake style killers. They kill everyone except the peasant boy.
Winner of the Golden Horse Best Film Award in 1965.
Ma Tsai-Tung, a vagabond, doesn't have enough money to pay for his meal in a restaurant. He is beaten up but is saved by pretty Shirley and her fiancé Buffalo Hsiung with the help of their friend Ken Chan Lee. Restaurant owner Kao, hears that Ma is still alive, so he decides to finish him off.
Chi earned her American dream after persevering with her studies in Taiwan. Following her grandmothers’ death, Chi returns to her family on Happiness Road, where she begins to feel nostalgic about her childhood and starts to contemplate the meaning of “life” and “home”. What is happiness? Will Chi find her own happiness?
A convict (Wang Jang Li) seeks revenge on a man's grandfather who sent him to jail for ten years. But it's up to the old man's grandson to stop him.
This starts at the Royal Albert Bridge. The 75 miles from Saltash to Penzance contains the greatest number of viaducts per mile on any British Railway and such exaggerated curvature that there is only one dead straight mile of track throughout. Once again, virtually the whole route is shown including the many single line sections. There are dozens of aerial views taken from a helicopter on both of the above productions. Features include the Atmospheric Railway pump house at Starcross, Dobwalls miniature railroad and the Bodmin Steam Railway.
The Story of Qin Xiang-Lian is a Hong Kong Chinese Opera musical starring Jackie Chan in a child role.
Mourning the death of her husband Simon, supposedly killed in a plane crash, Liv is shocked to discover that Simon lied to her and was not a passenger on the tragic flight. Seeking the truth surrounding her husband’s mysterious disappearance, Liv uncovers secrets that threaten to destroy her entire family…
Xiao Lan is at a bar with her boyfriend Yu Xiang and his friends. They're playing 'truth or dare' and suddenly, Yu Xiang proposes. As he does that, a girl comes to their table and kisses Xiao Lan.
Club High School Musical: Make It Happen was a reality series on Disney Channel UK which started on 6 November 2009 and ended 13 of the same month. The production company, The Foundation, has produced four 15-minute weekly shows, which follow the stories of four devoted High School Musical fans; Paris, Reece, Max and Jo. Their challenge is to create one of the biggest High School Musical dance events ever – in just four days. The shows are presented by Kevin Adams. The final dance includes child stars including Lucy Mchugh, Joe Ashman, Nicole Goyder-Smith, Jessica Smith and Courtney Gammon.
A man loses everything in one day in a tragic car accident. Fang Zhan Cheng lost his fiancée, Liang Luo Han, but he also lost his own eyesight. Devastated by the loss of his fiancée, Zhan Cheng is inconsolable and even refuses a corneal transplant that could restore his vision. But his life takes an unexpected turn when Wang Yu Xi, who looks exactly like his fiancée, is hired to become Zhan Cheng’s day nurse. Another young woman, Xu Ya Ti, receives Luo Han’s heart in a transplant and begins to exhibit many of Luo Han’s mannerisms and personality. Caught between a woman who looks exactly like his beloved dead fiancée and other woman who behaves just like her, what will Zhan Cheng do?
After a plane crash, a devoted wife learns that her life and marriage is all a lie.