When three close friends escape from Hong Kong to war-time Saigon to start a criminal's life, they all go through a harrowing experience which totally shatters their lives and their friendship forever.
After watching their respective partners die, a cop and a hitman form an alliance in order to bring down their common enemy.
Some moments can't be taken back.
A civilian and a soldier become unlikely allies in this allegorical examination of friendship and the evils of war. Filmed in Quebec, Canada.
Based on the true story of two Spanish police officers killed by suspected Basque separatists in France, Jaime Rosales’ Tiro En La Cabeza looks to be a fascinating experiment in film making. Shot from the perspective of an outside observer the camera follows an unknown man as though it were stalking him, shooting through open doorways, windows etc and simply observing his daily life, never coming close enough to hear what might be said. —Twitch
Beavis and Butt-head are high school students whose lifestyles revolve around TV, junk food (usually nachos), shopping malls, heavy metal music, and trying to "score with chicks". Each show contains short cartoons centering on the duo who live in the fictitious town of Highland, Texas. The episodes are broken up by short breaks in which Beavis and Butt-head watch and make fun of music videos.
Head of the Class is an American sitcom that ran from 1986 to 1991 on the ABC television network. The series follows a group of gifted students in the Individualized Honors Program at the fictional Monroe High School in Manhattan, and their history teacher Charlie Moore. The program was ostensibly a vehicle for Hesseman, best known for his role as radio DJ Dr. Johnny Fever in the sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati. Hesseman left Head of the Class in 1990 and was replaced by Billy Connolly as teacher Billy MacGregor for the final season. After the series ended, Connolly appeared in a short-lived spin-off titled Billy. The series was created and executive produced by Rich Eustis and Michael Elias. Rich Eustis had previously worked as a New York City substitute teacher while hoping to become an actor.
Herman's Head is an American sitcom that aired on the Fox network from September 8, 1991 until April 21, 1994. The series was created by Andy Guerdat and Steve Kreinberg, and produced by Witt/Thomas Productions in association with Touchstone Television. William Ragsdale stars as the titular character, Herman Brooks.
The ups and downs of three couples living in Prague and their interconnected love triangles.
A large banking corporation runs an ongoing competition to foster innovation, creativity and achievement for young Australians. Applicants aged 18 to 21 submit projects in the arts, sports, science, business and community fields. Each winner receives a $20,000 grant to make the dream project a reality. The series revolves around the trials and tribulations of the seven successful applicants. We will see their personal lives collide as they try to make their mark on the world in their chosen fields. Along the way there will be casualties and successes, romance and heartache but nothing will dampen their spirit.
The Head began as an ongoing series that originally ran under the title MTV's Oddities, on MTV. It has begun airing on MTV2 in August 2009. It was released on DVD on December 15, 2009.
Head Case is a comedy starring Alexandra Wentworth as Dr. Elizabeth Goode, a therapist who treats Hollywood stars. Celebrities appear on the show as themselves. The show ran for three seasons, airing on the Starz TV Network, Wednesdays, at 10 p.m., EST.
Head Cases is an American primetime comedy-drama television program, best known as the first show cancelled for the 2005–2006 season. It was broadcast by FOX and premiered on September 14, 2005. It was cancelled after two episodes on September 22 after disastrous ratings and critical drubbing. The program starred Chris O'Donnell as Jason Payne, who was a superstar attorney at a prestigious law firm until his career put a strain on his marriage. Eventually, Payne had a nervous breakdown and was sent to a "wellness center" where he recovered. Upon leaving the center, Payne's therapist "buddied him up" with another patient and lawyer, Russell Shultz, who suffered from explosive disorder. As Payne's world continued to crumble around him, he found that his only friend seems to be Shultz. Ultimately, Payne and Shultz decided to open a law firm of their own. O'Donnell, known more for his film work, was quoted in a TV Guide article about his reasons for trying a television series: The program was created by Bill Chais, who along with Barry Josephson and Jeff Rake served as executive producers.
De que te quiero, te quiero is a Mexican telenovela produced by Lucero Suárez for Televisa. It is a remake of Carita pintada, a Venezuelan telenovela written by Valentina Párraga. Livia Brito is the protagonist, with Juan Diego Covarrubias as the dual protagonist/antagonist. Esmeralda Pimentel stars as the antagonist.
Head Rush is a spin-off of the popular MythBusters show airing on Discovery's Science since it debuted in 2010. Described by Discovery as a "commercial free hour of MythBusters mashups, hosted by Kari Byron", the show features about ten minutes of new material - experiments and quizzes presented by Kari, as well as TV celebrity and scientist appearances, pitching the idea that "science is cool" - interwoven in fifty minutes of material from MythBusters episodes. These celebrity segments include "Cool Jobs In Science," which has featured other Science, Discovery, and TLC stars such as Dr. Michio Kaku, Cake Boss's Buddy Valastro, Dr. G: Medical Examiner's Dr. Jan Garavaglia, and each of the other four MythBusters.
Head over Heels is a 1997 TV series, that aired briefly on UPN. Jack and Warren Baldwin are two brothers who take over the operation of "Head over Heels", a South Beach, Florida video dating service founded by their mother. The staff at Head over Heels includes Ian who produces each client's video, and Valentina the receptionist.
Out of Jimmy's Head is a live-action/animated television series. It was Cartoon Network's second live-action/animated television series. It is based on the live-action/animated telefilm Re-Animated that aired on December 8, 2006. The show is a co-production by Brookwell McNamara Entertainment and Cartoon Network Studios. The series premiered on Cartoon Network on September 14, 2007, to coincide with the release of the Re-Animated movie on DVD. The show was the only show on the network to be affected by the 2007 Writers Guild of America strike. The series made its Canadian premiere on Teletoon on Saturday September 6, 2008. It also airs on Boomerang in Australia. The US run of the show ended with the airing of the show's final episode on May 29, 2008. Although promoted to be the "first live action/animated series on Cartoon Network", the show was not the first. The first was, in fact, Space Ghost Coast to Coast, which ran from 1994 to 2004; this was Cartoon Network's second original series overall, as well. In addition, Cartoon Network aired Big Bag, a collaboration of both live action and animation, co-produced by The Jim Henson Company and Cartoon Network.
London based petty crook, Eddie Cass agrees to pick up a package and courier it across the capital. When nobody answers the door at the drop off address Eddie opens the package and finds a woman’s severed head in a hatbox. He panics and dumps it in the River Thames. Returning home Cass is kidnapped by the mysterious Eldridge and his heavies who inform Eddie that he has been framed for the murder.
Sorry, I've Got No Head is a CBBC children's sketch comedy. The programme's cast originally consisted of William Andrews, David Armand, James Bachman, Marcus Brigstocke, Anna Crilly, Justin Edwards, Mark Evans, Mel Giedroyc, Marek Larwood and Nick Mohammed, most of whom have also written parts of the show. The first series began in 2008, where sketches included Jasmine and Prudith, who think everything will cost "a thousand pounds"; the Witchfinder General, who calls people witches and witchmen show up to take them away; the Fearless Vikings, who are scared of everything; and Ross from the Outer Hebrides, who has the dubious distinction of being the only pupil in a school with just one teacher. The second series began in 2009 and feature three new cast members; Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, Fergus Craig and Toby Davies. Marek Larwood did not return. New sketches include Embarrassed Louise, who struggles to deal with an unusual problem; an angry Snowman, who battles for equality in everyday life; and a sitcom featuring a family of dung beetles. The third and final series started in May 2011. Javone Prince and a returning Marek Larwood appeared in the new series. The show started airing on YTV Canada in late 2009, and season 2 started airing in late 2010.
Dog's Head Bay is a 1999 Australian TV series co-written by David Williamson about a lawyer who buys a weekender house.
Head 2 Head was a sports quiz show that aired on ABC TV in Australia between 18 February and 9 December 2006 and broadcast on Saturday evenings initially at 6 pm, then at 5 pm. The show was hosted by Ashley Bradnam and produced by Nick Price.