When Martians suddenly abduct his mom, mischievous Milo rushes to the rescue and discovers why all moms are so special.
A man who hires a sexy escort to play his wife at his high school reunion gets more than he bargains for, especially when she takes him for everything he's got.
In 1966, Dieter Dengler was shot down over Laos, captured, and, down to 85 pounds, escaped. Barefoot, surviving monsoons, leeches, and machete-wielding villagers, he was rescued. Now, near 60, living on Mt. Tamalpais, Dengler tells his story: a German lad surviving Allied bombings in World War II, postwar poverty, apprenticed to a smith, beaten regularly. At 18, he emigrates and peels potatoes in the U.S. Air Force. He leaves for California and college, then enlistment in the Navy to learn to fly. A quiet man of sorrows tells his story: war, capture, harrowing conditions, escape, and miraculous rescue. Where did he find the strength; how does he now live with his memories?
Tommy Kirk leads his fellow Martians to Earth on an interplanetary quest for females. Kirk proves that Martians have impeccable taste when one of his first conquests turns out to be sexy scientist Yvonne Craig.
When local heavy and ex-boxer Tom Sheridan (Ian Pirie) agrees to hire his strip club out to lifelong friend and colleague Ian Levine (Michael Mckell) he soon discovers the private party involves child prostitution and trafficking, catering for wealthy paedophiles. Feeling betrayed and disgusted, Tom obtains secret photo evidence of the party and threatens exposing Ian to his associates and family. This sparks a bloody feud between the two old friends and their foot soldiers, in a story of Morality, Loyalty and Betrayal.
Bound together by the voice of Lamont, a young black man pushed by the constant surveillance of his everyday life to discover the real power is off-screen. Lamont uncovers a living and breathing New York City with his new found power. At the same time, actress Iris refusal to die in an audition spurs her to get out of the pretentious grind of being in. She becomes the focus of Lamonts camera as he follows Iris into her psychological descent, while her roommate Mira, is desperate for fame no matter the price.
A documentary that highlights the deadly combination of sleep deprivation and long days of work.
In 1950s Harlem a vicious Italian gangster (Frank deKova) tries to muscle in on a black racketeer's (Paul Harris) numbers game.
A young boy dreams of being a cowboy. After he gets the basics, as outlined in the title song, he's attacked by Indians. He runs out of bullets and manages to lasso them. He smokes the peace pipe with their chief. A robber is holding up a stagecoach and he rides to the rescue, refusing the reward. He also saves a train from a dynamited bridge, and a girl tied to a cactus, before riding into the sunset (and back to his suburban bed).
Leon Schuster (Schuks) returns to prank unsuspecting South Africans. Helping him round up everyday victims are Rob van Vuuren, Lare Brink, and all-time favourite Alfred Ntombela.
Although Harry and Lisa have a happy marriage, their sex life is rather boring. And it's not just the fact that Lisa is overly prudish. One day Harry collides with attractive Jessica, who works as a dominatrix, and a passionate affair between them ignites. Lisa begins to tempt their neighbors, Bill and Kiki. However, the situation suddenly escalates when a chance encounter with Lisa and Jessica when they shared a dinner bill.
TV producer Warren (Isaak James) is developing his masterpiece, a reality show called "Handicaps" starring a variety of people with disabilities. Aided by Laura (Eva James), an overbearing partner with anger issues, and an ex-prison guard (Michael C. Kricfalusi), Warren creates a hit. But he soon learns that his cast can be just as vain and egotistical as anyone else in Hollywood. James also wrote and directed this politically incorrect comedy.
Emergency Needs considers the 1968 Hough Riots and the Glenville Shootout in Cleveland, Ohio, and the response to the crisis, as observed in color footage from a local press conference by Mayor Carl B. Stokes. Stokes, the first Black mayor of a major American city, maintains calm and measured composure; his demeanor and words help diffuse an already incendiary situation. Actress Esosa Edosomwan, dressed in a suit and tie, delivers Stokes’ statements. The footage of Stokes and the filmed performance of Edosomwan are rendered in split screen and combined with footage and reportage from the streets.
The Manager of the rock band hires a nurse to provide on the eve of the summer tour of a healthy lifestyle rock star, who recently fainted during rehearsals. So begins the story, and it seems that nurse their expectations were not deceived...
An overheated tale of lust, guilt, and Mom, made as a response to the French New Wave.
A young couple's plan to escape their small hometown is stalled when a lost condom forces them to reexamine their relationship.
Audiences will have a front-row seat as Kaufman, the former star of FAST `N LOUD, explores the world of vintage military vehicle restoration in Uvalde, Texas, tests his nautical skills as part of a tugboat crew in Tacoma, Washington and gets a rare look at the underbelly of the Las Vegas hotel service industry. Whether he is careening three miles into a pitch-black Colorado coal mine to learn about the very real dangers of operating machinery near explosive coal dust or joining the brave ranks of Nevada firefighters working through extreme desert conditions, Kaufman leaves no stone unturned on his journey to find his next big gig.
Directed by John Akomfrah.
A male chauvinist architect is pressured into hiring a feminist as his assistant, finds himself falling for her.
A series of surreal short scenes portraying a suburban family and their everyday rituals.
Expert custom car-builder Aaron Kaufman is stepping out of his comfort zone in a big way as he dives headfirst into mechanical worlds he’s never experienced before. In his new series, Kaufman takes viewers on a wild ride around the country as he explores exciting new motor-driven industries and meets with the machine-minded men and women who keep our world running.
TV legend David Letterman teams up with fascinating global figures for in-depth interviews and curiosity-fueled excursions in this monthly talk show.
David Ortiz, the one and only Big Papi, has jacked his last mammoth home run into the Fenway stands. He retired after the 2016 season as one of the most decorated and best-loved players in Red Sox history. Of course, if you know anything about Big Papi, you know the man isn't about to rest on his laurels. He's already going out of his mind—and he's driving his family nuts too! They all agree on one thing—this man was not built for a retirement made up of "puttering" around the house. He needs to find himself some gainful employment—and fast! Watch Big Papi as he seeks out new jobs and opportunities with hilarious and surprising results.
Kaufman takes viewers on a wild ride around the country as he explores exciting new motor-driven industries and meets with the machine-minded men and women who keep our world running.
Eurovision: Your Country Needs You was a BBC TV show broadcast annually to select the United Kingdom's entry into the Eurovision Song Contest. The show had previously gone under several other names, including Festival of British Popular Songs, Eurovision Song Contest British Final, Great British Song Contest, Eurovision: Making Your Mind Up and Eurovision: Your Decision but was known for most of its history as A Song for Europe. The most recent name and format was adopted in 2009, but since 2011, the UK representation has been selected internally, resulting in Your Country Needs You being suspended.
Eurovision: Your Country Needs Blue is a documentary that aired on BBC One on 16 April 2011. It was narrated by Graham Norton. The documentary focused on Blue and how they managed to represent the UK in the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest. Archive clips from Eurovision were included and contributions came from: Cliff Richard, Lulu, John Barrowman, Aston Merrygold, Marvin Humes, Arlene Phillips, Scott Mills, Robin Gibb, David Arnold and Bucks Fizz