In a world with human-like androids, a hitman has until 12:00 p.m. to carry out his final job.
Kurtwood Smith plays Myron Castleman, an everyman who keeps repeating the same hour of his life, from 12:01 PM to 1:00 PM.
Lighter and livelier than the films Jean-Luc Godard had made in France, his U.S. collaboration with Direct Cinema documentarian D. A. Pennebaker was meant to be One A.M., as in “one American movie”; but Godard quit the project and the U.S., where to his dismay he discovered that revolution wasn’t imminent, and Pennebaker edited Godard’s material, to which he and Richard Leacock even added a bit more, releasing the result as One P.M., as in “one parallel movie.” It’s a stunning mixture of cinéma-vérité, political theater, and interviews of key sixties figures.
Controversial cinéma vérité analysis of Havana’s lumpenproletariat in waterfront bars and cafés shortly after the failed Bay of Pigs invasion.
Taking its title from an all-day/all-night convenience store, “AM/PM” examines the famous Las Vegas Strip, portraying the disorienting world of corporate hotels and casinos which utilise and redefine the spectacle in relation to architecture. “AM/PM” posits the concept of distraction itself as a strategy and the city as a conspiracy, which manipulates and directs the visitor.
After witnessing a gang murder, 12 year old Masashi asks his father what he'd do if he were killed by a Yakuza. "Exact vengeance," his father promptly replies. The next day, in an unfortunate turn of fate, Masashi's father is hospitalized with serious injuries, leaving Masashi to fend for himself in a bad and violent part of town. Luckily, he is taken in by a generous family who decides to help him. However, Masashi soon discovers that the father of this family, has a rather bad reputation.
Off hours spent wandering a ghost town theme park in the Mojave Desert; a young Sikh man considers his recent relocation.
What do high school girls do on a Saturday at 5 pm? This piece outlines how 18 year-olds imagine future happiness.
Two store clerks slacking off at work (at a gas station) on Halloween go on an acid trip. Created by J.G. Quintel the characters were the basis for Mordacai and Benson on the Regular Show. The taller clerk, voiced by Quintel, introduces to the shorter clerk, voiced by Sam Marin, what he describes as a piece of "candy", to which later is learned to be laced with LSD. The characters then go on an acid trip, seeing each other morph into characters and objects. Sam's character is paranoid because he has not had acid before, and they attempt to figure out a plan as to how to "sober themselves up" before they are noticed by work personnel or police enforcement attention.
Tells the seemingly random yet vitally connected story of a set of incidents that all converge one evening at 11:14pm. The story follows the chain of events of five different characters and five different storylines that all converge to tell the story of murder and deceit.
A reality TV crew's staged investigation into the paranormal becomes terrifyingly real when the house they're exploring turns out to be haunted by the ghost of a serial killer.
Rachel and Motti, both in their 70s, are in bed at 10 PM. But when Motti's wife rings twice, Rachel discovers a new rule - when the phone rings twice, it's urgent.
P Se PM Tak (Prostitute Se Prime Minister Tak) is a political satire on modern Indian politics. A penniless prostitute arrives in a town where a by-election is taking place and gets caught up in the politics, eventually becoming chief minister
Fox lives an empty existence teeming with parties and debauchery and yet lonely and self-destructive. However, everyday at 7pm she strives to make her scheduled brief encounter with a stranger. She lives for this moment as it gives her day purpose, preventing her surrendering to her own existential crisis. The moment breathes a glimmer of hope that she may actually be able to grasp hold of something meaningful in her life... however, as quickly as the moment comes, it disappears. And once it is over her reality crashes in to her again and Fox falls back in to her vacant cycle. SEVEN P.M. is a glimpse in to a day in the life of Fox and her obsessive desperation to meet her own deadline.
Presenting the Callanetics exercise DVD with morning and evening routines to sculpt and tone your entire body -without bending your schedule out of shape! Employing the precise, gentle movements of Callan Pinckney's original, award winning Callanetics program of safe, no-impact deep-muscle exercises, am/pm Callanetics offers proven methods for shaping up and looking and feeling years younger - even if you only share a few minutes in the morning and evening! The AM Class: Designed to energize your entire day, Callan leads you through a comprehensive 20 minute workout to strengthen and beautify your entire body. From wake-up stretches to target-toning of specific muscles groups, it will make starting your day an exciting experience. The PM Class: This fully relaxing, highly effective 20 minute evening workout utilizes unique deep-muscle Callanetics exercises in a routine that reduces stress while working to rejuvenate and contour all your body's muscles.
Early cartoon from the Aesop's Fables series featuring Sentinel Louie, the "topper" to Otto Soglow's Little King comic strip.
A truly bizarre mixture of sentimentality, spirituality and the supernatural, Eleven P.M. follows an impoverished violinist who tries to protect a young girl from straying into a life of sin -- and features one of the most mind-boggling endings ever (the poster above provides a hint). Produced by the Maurice Film Company of Detroit, Michigan.
Lucy, a self-styled teenage rebel, wants to leave the painful, boring world of her high school and suburb behind. She decides to run away with Sheila, her photography teacher, with whom she has a secret relationship - without realizing that Sheila might not share her vision of this perfect escape.
A female traveling companion seduces a married man and his alcoholic wife.
PM is one of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's flagship current-affairs radio programs, and is one of Australia's longest-running productions. It is the sister program to AM. Currently presented by Mark Colvin, it was first heard 7 July 1969 and is currently broadcast on ABC Radio National and ABC Local Radio.
PM East/PM West was a late night talk show hosted by Mike Wallace and Joyce Davidson in New York City, and San Francisco Chronicle television critic Terrence O'Flaherty in San Francisco. The program was seen from June 12, 1961 to June 22, 1962. The show was syndicated by Group W Productions to Westinghouse-owned television stations in Boston, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and San Francisco, as well as to other stations in Chicago, Washington D.C., New York, and Los Angeles. It was scheduled at the same time as NBC's The Tonight Show, then hosted by Jack Paar. Westinghouse, which was only a broadcaster that syndicated its programs through Group W, attempted to compete with NBC, which had had a monopoly on late-night television since Steve Allen had originated The Tonight Show in 1954.
As our third longest serving Prime Minister, Andrew Dugdale mattered. He dined with presidents and kings, hosted world summits and changed the lives of millions of his fellow Australians. But now he's retired; a not-so-elder statesman with time on his hands to ponder the question - was it all worth it? Not that he's asking of course. No, his inquisitive and over enthusiastic ghostwriter Ellen has an unhelpfully insatiable appetite for the truth.
This drama tells the story of a woman who was dumped by her boyfriend and tries win to win back his heart by making him jealous. With her close male friend, she manipulates her social media to create a fake “lovestagram” (love + Instagram). The two characters are childhood friends, and a sweet romance will unfold as they begin to live together.
PM/Evening Magazine was a television series with a news and entertainment format. It was syndicated to stations throughout the United States. In most areas, Evening/PM Magazine was broadcast from the late 1970s into the late 1980s.
PM Live is Raidió Teilifís Éireann's former live flagship daytime show. It ran from Autumn 1997 until May 1999. Replacing the long running daytime chat show Live at 3, it also replaced RTÉ One's midday show 12 to 1, merging much of the content of both shows into a long three-hour show which was interrupted at 4pm by Emmerdale. The series started at 15:00 and finished at 17:30. The television show was presented by Thelma Mansfeild, Marty Whelan and Ciana Campbell. Derke Davis decided to leave daytime television as he was also presenting his prime-time series Davis. Ciana Campbell also hosted a jobs show on prime-time Network 2 which was a "PM Live production". This was RTÉ's last in-house daytime production. In 1999 the series was replaced by Open House, produced for RTÉ by Tyrone Productions.
Life was #awesome for Tanya, a popular NRI fashion blogger, born and raised in London. Her first ever visit to India turns into a crazy adventure when she gets kidnapped. Only to learn that for reasons yet unknown, she is supposed to be the youngest Prime Minister of the largest democracy of the world. With massive responsibility on her shoulders, and dainty stilettoes on her feet, she is expected to lead her country to greatness. Will she?
PM Edition was a weather program on The Weather Channel, an American television station. It focused on weather conditions for the evening commute. It also recaped the day's weather and delivered the forecast for tomorrow.
The PMG Clash of Legends, Starring Hulk Hogan was an American professional wrestling event promoted by Memphis Wrestling owner Corey Maclin in conjunction with Hulk Hogan, which took place on April 27, 2007 in the FedExForum in Memphis, Tennessee. The event attracted a degree of attention after a scheduled match between Hall of Famers Hogan and Jerry Lawler was vetoed by World Wrestling Entertainment, resulting in a lawsuit between Maclin and WWE. It was described by the Wrestling Observer as "the biggest indie undertaking in the U.S. geared toward the non-Hispanic market in many years".
Popular Mechanics for Kids is an educational Canadian television series based on Popular Mechanics magazine. It was notable for starting the careers of both Elisha Cuthbert and Jay Baruchel. The show's purpose was to teach viewers how things work. It was awarded the Parents Choice Award in 2003, and was nominated for the Gemini Awards. The series aired from 1997 to 2001, and re-runs of the show continued to air on many channels until 2008. It aired on BBC Kids and Discovery Kids until December 31, 2009. After the closure of Discovery Kids Canada, BBC Kids stopped airing re-runs in all countries except Canada. The reruns on BBC Kids in Canada ended on May 14, 2011. As of 2013 re-runs of the show continue to air on Knowledge Network. Along with Cuthbert and Baruchel, the cast included Charles Powell nicknamed "Charlie" for the series, Tyler Kyte, and eventually Vanessa Lengies. The show was filmed primarily in Montreal, Quebec, and is currently distributed on VHS / DVD by Koch Vision.
The five-day-a-week syndicated successor to the popular CBS game show, where two contestants compete to match fill-in-the-blank phrases with those of the celebrities.