Françoise and her husband Jean-Pierre invite some friend couples to spend a weekend in their large villa on the Portuguese coast. What follows is a romantic intrigue, with each character discovering a little more about himself.
Polish TV movie.
Join John Polonia and Matt Satterly as they head to the shore for a few days of booze and babes! Little do they know a sadistic killer with a sharp knife is tagging along, leaving a trail of bodies in his wake. What is the terrible secret behind all the slayings?
Barney, Baby Bop and B.J. pack their bags for a musical adventure around the world in this family-friendly special about new faces, exotic places and making friends wherever you go -- whatever the destination. Extras include the bonus episode "Roary's Day at the Seaside," plus a trio of Spanish-language sing-alongs: "Bombachio (Mr. Kickerbocker)," "Si Las Gotas de Lluvia (If All the Raindrops)" and "Te Quiero Yo (I Love You)."
All the village society, but especially the President Thimios Tambourlas and the policeman Miltiadis Sourvos, welcome Mr. Toni and his wife Judy. They have come to spend their honeymoon in Kolopetinitsa and this is a great honor for the village. No one suspects that this is a pair of bandits who fled to the village until their robbery was forgotten ...
A Famous Studios cartoon.
A socialite dumps her fiancé on their wedding day and runs off with a saxophone player. Comedy.
After having her 18th child Nicole is ready to have another one right away. However, her vagina is not and takes off on vacation.
The final days of Nancy Spungen and Sid Vicious are explored.
Sea, sun, island, a family on vacation. And all Yuval wants is to get the heck out of there.
An action drama film directed by Eric Severs
Dalmatian Vacation is the three-part series finale of 101 Dalmatians: The Series. It aired on March 2 - March 4, 1998. This episode was released on video outside the US and on LaserDisc in Japan. In the US, it was only issued on Video CD. The video version of the episode edits the three parts into one movie and features the songs "Dalmatian Vacation" and "Surf Puppies" which were not in the broadcast version. These songs were later added to the album The Music of Disney's One Saturday Morning in 1999.
The third film by Ed Emshwiller
Once upon a time in Russia, communism fell and Rock 'n' Roll rose to power. One band reigned supreme and toured far and wide across the eastern earth, but never even left Russia - until now. They only have once chance, to not only rule Russia -but to become the best band in the West. The strategy is simple - get on the boat, create an album - and make new friends. All with hopes of finally becoming a household name in the United States. But sometimes fame is harder than just toppling a government.
The arrival of a solitary stranger to a remote area in the Turkish highlands slowly upsets the unspoken social structure of the local community, as there is more to this man than his modest appearance might disclose at first sight. As strange events begin to unfold, the locals become increasingly suspicious to the outsider. Operating within a cinematic fiction of its own enigmatic design, ‘A Vacation’ immerses us in a specific yet elusive world where the silent and misty landscapes turn into the site of an equally silent violence and repression. With its evocative imagery and dark-scented ambience, Eroglu’s elliptic narrative offers an analysis of the illusion of freedom and the mechanics of repression at a time when these sort of reflections can be applied all too well to what is happening in the world around us.
A camping trip results in some twisted family memories in this off-the-wall black comedy. Hoping for one last family vacation before his children leave the nest, laid-back dad Eric Bury (Frank Harper) takes his brood to a trailer park teeming with oddballs. The clan's plans for a relaxing holiday go down the drain as they encounter sex addicts, a sadistic cop (Michael Bowen), decapitated corpses, bloodthirsty fish and a sage (David Carradine).
After the Club Med and skiing, what happened to the Bronzés 27 years later? Early response: the same, and worse.
Teenage friends spending the summer at boarding school become entangled in love triangles after one commits suicide.
Directed by Ali Rida.