Hard Candy movie trailer - starring Patrick Wilson, Sandra Oh, Ellen Page, Jennifer Holmes. Directed by David Slade. Theatrical Release Date: 4/14/2006
The Chase, written and directed by Johnny Wu, follows the plight of a young beauty as she flees from a mysterious pursuer through the halls of an abandoned building. As she is trapped at a dead end inside of a freight elevator, all hope seems lost until fate places two rescuers in the pursuer's path. A fight ensues, but who will win? And is our damsel in distress any safer if the other guys win? The Chase is the result of a self-imposed challenge by the filmmakers to produce a silent, yet compelling, martial-arts driven story in an enclosed environment. Containing highly choreographed fight scenes, stunt performers, wire-work and stylized lighting; The Chase is an attempt to create a live-action Anime. Using the same location and scenario, a film version was shot by film purist Robert Banks for the purpose of comparison between style and medium.
Stunt Coordinator Tim A. Davison takes audiences behind the scenes of a battle fight.
Ryan's loyalty is stretched even thinner between the Los Angelicos and the Gang Task Force team after Javier is arrested.
Javier Acosta's life is turned upside down as he arrives in prison.
In a much-publicized local election, Jennifer Johnson successfully beat her husband David Johnson in the election for Waterville, Maine s Ward 1 Warden position.
'Gossip Girl' hair stylist Jennifer Johnson shows us how to create the loose, tousled waves that are a signature look on the show. Lucky for us, it's super-easy to recreate. All you need are some standard tools, like a blow dryer, and a few key products.
Ryan confronts Javier about the recent attacks by Los Angelicos.
Jennifer Johnson, Wisconsin's coordinator for the Center for Responsible Lending, joins Here and Now to offer her reactions to the new Responsible Lending Act.
Architect Antoine Predock shares the process by which he creates cutting edge structures around the world. For the past twenty year artist Nancy Mooslin has translated pieces of music into paintings. We meet St. Louis-raised mezzo-soprano Jennifer Johnson Cano. 90 year old painter John Wilson's work on social justice and the Civil Rights Movement is given a major retrospective.
We learn about one of Tucson's last remaining independent record shops. We visit an old fashioned pinball arcade housed in the heart of downtown Tucson. We sit down with Jennifer Johnson Cano, mezzo soprano with the Metropolitan Opera, to talk about the upcoming Desert Music Festival. We also learn about Fort Lowell Days, an annual historic gathering in commemoration of Tucson's history.
Throwback Thursday with Rich Hill, Jennifer Johnson and Marvin Madariaga.
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