An up-and-coming indie band consider signing a record deal.
In this witty romp, Jean Harlow plays an upper-crust socialite who bullies her reporter husband (Robert Williams) into conforming to her highfalutin ways. The husband chafes at the confinement of high society, though, and yearns for a creative outlet. He decides to write a play and collaborates with a fellow reporter (Loretta Young); the results are unexpectedly hilarious, especially when Young shows up at the mansion with a gaggle of boozehound reporters in tow. With snappy, ribald dialogue (allowable in those pre-Hays Code days), Capra keeps the gags flying fast and furious, taking special delight in having Williams's journalist pals rib him endlessly over his kept-man status. Platinum Blonde was a great success at the time of its release during the class-conscious Depression; for better or worse, its star Harlow was identified with the tag "platinum blonde" until her untimely death. --Jerry Renshaw
DANCE-OFF is a tongue-in-cheek family comedy set in the world of competition dancing starring talented dancers and choreographers from TV’s “So You Think You Can Dance!” Two rival studios pick their stars Jasmine and Brandon to compete against each other for a $25,000 prize. Jasmine and Brandon have history. They were dance partners and mutual crushes as children. But Brandon quickly moved away not allowed to say goodbye to the heartbroken Jasmine. Luckily, both kept up their dancing. Years later Jasmine shines at the well-funded Diamond Dance Studios and deals with her crazy “dance mom” Jo-Ann . Brandon leads rival Shockwave Studio that desperately needs the $25,000 to stop it from closing. Unable to deny their feelings and both wanting to win, the star-crossed lovers feel pressure from Jo-Ann, competition owner Mary , and her son JT to triumph at all costs. How can they compete against the person they love?
Mickey Rooney stars in this 1960 drama, playing a father investigating his son's mysterious death at a private military school. Directed by Charles Haas, the film also features Dan Duryea, Terry Moore, Yvette Mimieux, Warren Berlinger, Conway Twitty, Richard Jaeckel, Jimmy Boyd and Elisha Cook Jr.
Music legend Diana Ross stars with singer Brandy in this 1999 American made-for-television musical drama film. It tells the story of a mother driven to reach the heights of superstardom at the cost of abandoning her only child. In its review, Variety wryly noted “the message seems to be that no maternal crisis is so complex that it cannot be mitigated by the performance of a track from one's latest CD”
Angela is a mysterious blonde with a special mission: to bring together separated lovers. Join her as she helps a shy woman open up to her attractive boss, a man express his love to his brother's fiancee, and a movie editor in love with a young starlet.
Dena and the Baron battle gangsters on the streets of downtown Cleveland in a quest for $100,000, leading to many murders, double crosses and a final foot chase.
Nothing encourages one to ignore those silly contradictions in Shania Twain's music (is she country? is she pop?) like a collection of her highly playful videos. The Platinum Collection rolls right over boundaries of tradition and genre with its concentration of imaginative, often surprising visuals. "The Woman in Me," for instance, is set among Egypt's pyramids, while "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" finds a stunning Twain fronting a band of mindless hunks in a funny reversal of Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love" video. "You're Still the One," easily one of Twain's most affecting songs, still holds up as a softly erotic short film. Even Twain's more prosaic videos (the go-kart mania of "You Win My Love") bear repeat viewing, but it's her heck-with-it aesthetic that leads to such unexpected sights as Irish step dancing in "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)." Then, of course, there are those hot pants in "Rock This Country!" Long may Shania wave.
Profile of Dolly Parton, country music high priestess and formidable businesswoman, who clawed her way up from a dirt-poor childhood in rural Tennessee to international super-stardom.
Comic and actor Steve Harvey -- star of his own long-running sitcom on the WB network and one of the headlining performers in Spike Lee's concert film The Original Kings of Comedy -- takes the stage in this comedy special originally produced for the HBO premium cable network. Steve Harvey: One Man won a 1999 Vision Award, a prize for television programming that celebrates cultural diversity in America.
Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume 3 is a Blu-ray and DVD release containing 50 shorts on 2 discs with special features. It was released for Blu-ray on August 12, 2014, and was released for DVD on November 4, 2014. According to Jerry Beck on the Stu's Show from early this year, he said it's the last volume of the series due to the low sales of the second volume in 2012 and no remastering budget for Warner Bros. to remaster more never-before-released on DVD and Blu-ray Looney Tunes shorts. Only 4 cartoons are new to disc. This is the first and only volume where the Blu-ray only has two discs. Included is a 12 page booklet similar to what came with Volume 2.
Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1 is a Blu-ray Disc and DVD box set by Warner Home Video. It was released on November 15, 2011. It contains 50 Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons and numerous supplements. A DVD version of the box set was released on July 3, 2012, but contained no extras. All but seven cartoons included on this volume - Lovelorn Leghorn, The Hasty Hare, Hare-Way to the Stars, Bill of Hare, A Witch's Tangled Hare, Feline Frame-Up, and From A to Z-Z-Z-Z - have been previously released, either as a part of the Looney Tunes Golden Collection or a Looney Tunes Super Stars DVD.
The bad boy of the World Motocross GP series, Jeffrey Herlings graces the screen in this 12-minute motocross spectacular. They call him "The Bullit", with speed and natural ability that are only matched by his no-holds-barred reputation. Watch the two-time world champion do what he does best, on seven different tracks spanning five countries, and see exactly what earned him the reputation as the fastest sand rider on the planet.
Platinum is an American television series which aired on UPN in 2003.
Platinum Weddings is an American reality television series on WE tv. The series chronicles the lives of couples who are planning their upcoming lavish weddings. The series spawned one spin-off, Amazing Wedding Cakes.
The experiences of some of the fierce and devoted women behind music's biggest names as they navigate the ups and downs of their relationships, friendships and high-class lifestyles.
Platinum Hit is a reality competition series on Bravo launched in 2011 in which 12 singer-songwriters compete through innovative songwriting challenges that will test their creativity, patience and drive. The series was created and produced by Evan Bogart. Every episode features a different topic from a dance track to a love ballad, that require the contestants to write and perform lyrics from a multiple of genres, for a cash prize of $100,000, a publishing deal with songwriting collective The Writing Camp, and a recording deal with RCA/Jive label. The title was won by Sonyae Elise. The show was originally to be entitled Hitmakers and was later changed to Going Platinum before settling on its present title.
Platinumhugen Ordian is a Japanese anime series. Directed by Masami Ōbari, the 24 episodes were broadcast on WOWOW between April 4, 2000 and September 19, 2000.