Set up to be the patsy by a rival gang, Furuta Makoto attacks the yakuza boss he thinks is responsible for his father’s murder. He then learns it was all a plot to take over his father’s turf and he seeks vengeance against the puppet master behind the entire conspiracy. His quest for justice leads him to prison where he must fend off the attack of a master assassin before he can make his escape and go after the true killer!
A very nervous man meets an irritating woman in a coffee shop in Stockholm. Despite some initial trouble, there is a chance for the meeting leading to something bigger. If only they could stop interfere each other.
A story about massive robbery from the safe of German railways set in 1946.
A story about a little boy who lives in Tirana, the capital of Albania.
Barton MacLane stars as a tuna fisherman who has been wrongfully convicted of a murder he did not commit. His exemplary behavior in prison ensures that he is up for early parole. He realizes, however, that his movements will be limited, and he will be unable to join and wed his beloved. The only solution is to escape and hunt down the real killer, himself.
A struggling young dancer joins forces with two breakdancers and together they become a street sensation.
A woman who gets paid to break people up is forced to become a matchmaker when some new competition muscles her out of the break-up business. Now, in order to save her company (and keep her high-priced wardrobe) she'll have to rely on her old nemesis: love.
A talented, but struggling actor is willing to go to any length to get a job - including "break a leg"... especially those of other actors.
One late night in June 1942, Sakuma Seitaro dangles from the frame of a skylight in an isolation cell in Akita Prison. He forces open the glass window and breaks out of jail. This crime even reaches the ears of Urata Susumu, the chief warden of Kosuge Prison in Tokyo. Urata had been in charge of those sentenced to life in the prison until last year. Although Sakuma is a dangerous person who had also broken out of jail in Aomori, he submits to Urata who is the only person who had treated him kindly in the past. However, three months after escaping from jail, Sakuma shows up at Urata’s house. He has come to complain about the inhumane Akita prison officers. But he is locked up again after Urata notifies the police during an unguarded moment. A year later, Sakuma is sent to Abashiri Prison and Urata is also ordered to transfer as the prison’s chief warden.
Akari Inui and other students are kidnapped and imprisoned. They are forced to take part in a game to kill and survive. The last survivor will receive one hundred million yen.
Imagine a kung fu flick in which the martial artists spout Situationist aphorisms about conquering alienation while decadent bureaucrats ply the ironies of a stalled revolution. This is what you'll encounter in René Viénet's's outrageous refashioning of a Chinese fisticuff film. An influential Situationist, director René Viénet's stripped the soundtrack from a run-of-the-mill Hong Kong export and lathered on his own devastating dialogue. A brilliant, acerbic and riotous critique of the failure of socialism in which the martial artists counter ideological blows with theoretical thrusts from Debord, Reich and others.
Constance, a poor, but aspiring composer, meets the great conductor, Franz, through their old music teacher. They fall in love, despite Constance knowing about Franz's weakness for pretty women.
A broke-down middle aged Texas troubadour yearns to be remembered like the southern bluesmen before him, but his failings and self-doubt forestall his musical dreams and blind him to the open road.
A sequel to Black Spring Break.
After Richard Ashcroft gained notoriety as the voice of the Verve (composers of the chart-topping "Bittersweet Symphony"), a gushing Chris Martin of Coldplay publicly praised the vocalist as "the best singer in the world." Short but sweet, this video contains two versions of the title tune and a music video of the same; a "making of the video" featurette; and the previously unreleased song "Slip Sliding."
A group of six ex-high school cheerleaders are stalked by a killer with a medieval war hammer and battle axe during their first Spring Break from college.
The true story of the first Spanish-language radio announcer and political activist, Pedro J Gonzalez
Join Twig (Zack Finfrock), a former Vault 10 Dweller, as he searches the barren wasteland of eastern California for ice-cold Nuka Cola. Along for the ride is Ben (Aaron Giles), a radiation-ravaged ghoul, and Scarlett (Tybee Diskin), a sexy former slave. Together, the three attempt to survive both the harsh wastes and a relentless group of bounty hunters while trying to find the coveted beverage -- Nuka Cola.
A documentary that captures celebrity in the making and the unsettling effects of fame on five friends who share a house in Hollywood.
Second in the Tina trilogy of films (Tina Goes Shopping, Mischief Night) set on a tough Leeds housing estate and starring the residents who actually live there in real life. This time Tina is in prison and life on the estate is viewed through her children's eyes.
After losing her family in a suspicious car crash, a woman awakens from a 13-year coma determined to expose the truth about the long-ago tragedy.
Breaker High is a Canadian teen comedy-drama series that ran from 1997 to 1998, airing on YTV in Canada and on UPN in the United States.
Narrated by legendary actor and voiceover artist William Shatner, Breaking Ground gives viewers access to the WWE Performance Center, chronicling what it takes to become a WWE Superstar.
Breakfast is the longest running morning show on Studio 23. It was originally aired on ANC from 1999 to 2001. It is hosted by Atom Araullo, Patty Laurel, Asia Agcaoili and JC Cuadrado. It is also the Morning Show for the Filipino Youth. It airs from 6:00 am to 7:30 am, Mondays to Fridays. The show, together with Magandang Umaga, Pilipinas, went to their last episode on June 22, 2007.
Breakaway was a British quiz show presented by Nick Hancock, which aired on BBC Two from 12 March to 2 November 2012. In it, six contestants compete for a maximum of £10,000. The money can be won by the contestants working together for a smaller amount of money, or one or two contestants deciding to "breakaway" from the group to win all the money for themselves.
Breakout is an American reality television series that airs on the National Geographic Channel. It dramatizes real life prison breakouts. The series premiered on March 28, 2010.
Breakfast, is a New Zealand morning news and talk show airing weekday mornings on TV ONE, produced by ONE News. Debuting on 11 August 1997, it was the first of its genre in New Zealand. Originally a two hour show, it has expanded to include a Saturday edition. The weekday broadcasts have also been expanded, by 1 hour. Breakfast's dominance was virtually unchallenged by the other networks until 2008, when TV3 launched Sunrise. Sunrise struggled against Breakfast with the ratings.Sunrise went off air because of finance issues in April 2010 leaving Breakfast the only morning news and talk show in New Zealand again until TV3 launched their second attempt at a morning news show Firstline in 2011 . Breakfast is on a current streak of being the highest-rated morning news and talk show every week since 11 August 1997.
Breakfast was an Australian breakfast television program which aired live on Network Ten on weekdays, from 6:00am to 8:30am with a weekly highlights program Saturdays at 11:00am. It had a format consisting of news, sport and weather updates every half hour from 6:00am to 8:00am with a mixture of debate, current affairs and regular segments in between. The show originally ran from 6:00am–9:00am on weekdays preceding The Circle before being shortened to a two-and-a-half hour show, as part of the Mornings on Ten lineup. The show was presented by Paul Henry and Kathryn Robinson, along with broadcast meteorologist Magdalena Roze who presents weather updates, while News & Sport updates are presented by various Network Ten journalists. The show differs from other breakfast shows by being mostly unscripted. The program replaced Ten's previous line-up of Ten Early News and children's programming including Toasted TV, Totally Wild, Scope and Wurrawhy. This is not Network Ten's first foray into the breakfast program market, with the network airing Australia's first breakfast program, Good Morning Australia, from 1981 to 1992. Although the show was originally planned for a 27 February 2012 starting date, due to the political crisis Breakfast began on 23 February 2012. During the London Olympics, and following the axing of The Circle, Breakfast adjusted its format. On 12 November 2012, it was announced that Breakfast would end on 30 November 2012, this will be the show's 197th and final edition.
A singer-songwriter competition featuring eight multi-talented musicians who are talented at composing, writing lyrics, and singing. The contestants create songs for each mission and perform them on stage where they are evaluated by online and offline audiences.
Temptations abound as a group of young Amish explore life beyond their Amish culture. Ultimately, they will make the biggest decision of their lives – to remain Amish/Mennonite or become English and face the consequences of being shunned by their family and friends.
Breaking Away is a 1980 American comedy-drama television series that was based on the 1979 film of the same name. It was created by Steve Tesich, who wrote the original film, and the film's director Peter Yates served as Executive Producer. As a prequel, the series was set during the year prior to the events of the film. Shaun Cassidy took over the role of Dave Stohler, a young man mad about bicycle racing and all things Italian. Barbara Barrie, Jackie Earle Haley and John Ashton reprised their roles from the film. The television series was set in Bloomington, Indiana, but was actually shot in Athens, Georgia. The show was caught up in the 1980 Screen Actors Guild Strike and did not begin production until that fall. While heavily promoted by ABC, it was overlooked by TV audiences once it got on the air and suffered low ratings. It was cancelled after eight episodes were filmed, though only seven episodes aired during its original run. ABC showed reruns of the show during the summer of 1981, and it was also rerun by the Arts & Entertainment cable channel during 1985–1987.
The Late, Late Breakfast Show was a BBC television light entertainment show broadcast live on Saturday evenings from 4 September 1982 to 8 November 1986. It was presented by Noel Edmonds, initially with co-host Leni Harper and also featured Mike Smith and John Peel. It is remembered for several accidents during its regular "Give It A Whirl" stunt slot; in particular, the 1986 death of Michael Lush.
Picking up where the original movie leaves off, it's 1990 in New York City at the height of rap's "Golden Age" of creativity, but corporate America has been hesitant to embrace the genre. Nikki lands a dream job as the assistant to the legendary and out-of-control Barry Fouray. Her best friend and producer DeeVee is working with rapper Ahm who is currently under investigation by the police for murder. How far will these driven young people go to rise to the top of the hip-hop world?
Breaking Pointe is an American reality television series that premiered on May 31, 2012, on The CW. It goes behind the scenes at Ballet West, a ballet company based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Breaking Pointe was renewed for a second season on September 26, 2012, with the premiere on July 22, 2013.
Pig's Breakfast is an Australian children's television series that was broadcast in 1999. The story involves two aliens, Meeba and Grob, who have crashed at a television studio on Earth in a galactic school bus. A producer at the station finds them and puts them in a TV show, thinking that the aliens are actors in costumes. Her two children, Rodney and Lucy, are the only ones who know that they are actually aliens.
Tracey Ullman and her cast of characters take on the news.