A.B. Quintanilla III & Kumbia Kings: Live 2006

Music & Musicals, Latin Music, Latin Pop - Founding member and producer A.B. Quintanilla joins the electrifying Kumbia Kings in a concert featuring some of the group's biggest hits. The eight-member band combines pop, hip-hop and R&B with traditional cumbia music to create a style all their own. Led by front man Nando, the Kings perform "Pachuco," "Fuego," "Mr. Green Eyes," "Boom Boom," "No Tengo Dinero" and many other favorites.

Misery 1990

Novelist Paul Sheldon crashes his car on a snowy Colorado road. He is found by Annie Wilkes, the "number one fan" of Paul's heroine Misery Chastaine. Annie is also somewhat unstable, and Paul finds himself crippled, drugged and at her mercy.

Smugglarkungen 1985

It's the early 20s, just after World War I. In Sweden, restrictions on alcohol are harder than most people like and so, smuggling is abundant. In this particular little town, smuggling is ruled by one man, who is the king of smugglers. The smugglers who work for him don't get to keep much of the profit themselves, but if they don't work for him, they get in trouble, which his henchmen make sure. However, Albert Jansson arrives in town and starts taking up the competition with the smuggler king. Meanwhile, the police, together the customs office, try to catch the smugglers.

The Legend of the Sky Kingdom 2003

Three children make a daring escape from the underground city in which they are slaves of the Evil Emperor, and go in search of the fabled Sky Kingdom and the great Prince Ariel.

Journey Through the Valley of the Kings 2002

Journey Through the Valley of the Kings is an excellent documentary highlighting the Valley of the Kings, the final resting place of Egypt's Pharaohs, and transports the viewer to another time allowing one to lay eyes on architectural marvels that have been hidden from view for thousands of years. Shot on location, Kent Weeks does a great job of presenting the actual setting for these magnificent monuments and structures.

My Kingdom for a Lullaby #4 2002

MY KINGDOM FOR A LULLABY # 4 Basic musical material such as feedback, various sound spectrums, etc. and a live performance of »visual music,» translated into digital images.

The Price of Kings: Shimon Peres 2012

“I don’t sleep at night... What we call experience the younger generation calls a chain of mistakes,” reflects Israeli President and Nobel Peace Prize winner Shimon Peres. Here, his life and career are chronicled, in all their contradictions: his arrival in Israel, his experiences with Ben-Gurion, the Oslo Accords, his rivalry—and eventual cooperation—with Yitzhak Rabin, and his current status in Israel. “Ultimately, there is something very melancholy in this portrait. Peres, it seems, is both the dream and its shattering. Aware of his achievements, pained about his failures, he continues to look forward with eternal optimism.” (Jerusalem International Film Festival)

The Little Shepherd Of Kingdom Come 1961

Director Andrew V. McLaglen's 1961 drama, based on John William Fox's novel, is the tale of a young man returning home after fighting in the Civil War. The cast includes Jimmie Rodgers, Luana Patten, Chill Wills, George Kennedy, Neil Hamilton and Morris Ankrum.

Exodus: Tales from the Enchanted Kingdom 2005

Ordinary humans led by King Bantayan are being annihilated by the all-powerful evil king Bagulbol and his creatures of the dark. To end their tribulation, mankind’s leaders paid a mercenary with exceptional fighting skills to defend them. That mercenary is Exodus. Nearing their extinction, King Bantayan and the leaders of men dispatched Exodus on a quest to capture five elementals to aid them in the final battle against King Bagulbol.

The Price of Kings: Yasser Arafat 2012

The Price of Kings: Yasser Arafat is the first film in a groundbreaking documentary series looking at the political lives of some of the world's most influential leaders. Yasser Arafat was an incredibly controversial figure- labeled by some as a corrupt terrorist whilst idolized by others as a revolutionary hero. Regardless of people's own opinions, his importance as an international leader cannot be disputed. The film is built around revealing interviews with the people who knew Arafat best; his comrades, confidants, and even his adversaries. The filmmakers also gained exclusive access to Yasser Arafat's widow, Suha, who provides a frank and highly emotional insight into the life that Arafat lived and the sacrifices he made for the Palestinian cause.

The Legend of the Four Kings 1991

The story features four divine Dragon Kings, rulers of the four parts of the world according to Chinese myths. The brothers are reborn in the modern world, complete with supernatural powers and the ability to become the Dragons which are their true forms. They are content to live ordinary lives as long as nobody meddles with them.

The First Kings of Comedy Collection

Demonstrating the enduring hilarity of the cinematic slapstick that came out of Hollywood's silent era, this pair of documentaries from Robert Youngson serves as a joyful tribute to the form's most sublimely silly masters. In The Golden Age of Comedy Jean Harlow, Ben Turpin, Laurel and Hardy and others yuk it up, while in When Comedy Was King, the talents of Charlie Chapin, Fatty Arbuckle, Buster Keaton and Gloria Swanson are on full display.

Kingston Trio: 50 Years of Having Fun

In 1957, fresh-out-of-college California boys Bob Shane, Nick Reynolds and Dave Guard formed The Kingston Trio -- in the process ushering in the folk era. This film documents the group's 50-year journey. Interviews with Shane, John Stewart, Pete Seeger and others, as well as footage of the group performing, provide a fascinating portrait of the trio whose tight vocal harmonies, accessible tunes and signature banjo riffs defined an era.

The Gipsy Kings: Live from the Alamo

Since 1976, the Gipsy Kings have brought their fiery fusion of flamenco, rumba Catalana and other Roma styles to audiences worldwide. This performance, filmed at San Antonio's historic Alamo, finds the group at their cultural and musical pinnacle. In addition to nine of the Grammy winners' greatest hits, the concert event also features impromptu acoustic and a cappella performances from the grounds of the national landmark.

Kingdom Chums - Little David's Adventure 1986

A 1986 television special inspired by the Biblical tale of David and Goliath, and originally broadcast on the ABC network in the United States. In the special, three schoolchildren from the real world are transported into the world of the Bible, with the help of three magical stuffed animals. One of them, a raccoon named David, becomes his Biblical namesake and faces off against a warthog giant named Goliath.