Film version of Neil Simon's Broadway musical about a dancehall hostess in search of true love. Fosse's directorial debut!
Fighting foreclosure, change of command at Dover AFB, the investigation of the murder of John Wheeler, The Next Great Baker - Dana Herbert, and more!
Ugoku -- Ugoku means simply move. It doesn t pretend to have a plot, but develops a sort of undiluted visual and sonic drama instead. Pounding rhythms and well over a thousand elaborately altered and combined, mostly hand-colored clips rise to crescendo after crescendo in a Himalayan range of peak experiences. A bizarre legion of ever-evolving characters culled from hundreds of found footage sources move with heart-pounding, eye-popping precision to intense beats while kaleidoscopic arrays of colors explode like digital mescaline. This Warhol meets Escher hybrid film+animation unfolds in a surrealistic, multi-dimensional vortex that gives 'rock the body' a new meaning. Every element of each image: movement, gesture, color, tempo, etc., is reanimated and synchronized to specific sounds in the music, creating layered and hypnotic psychotropic rhythms which in a normal state of consciousness would go otherwise unnoticed. Objects and characters are placed in unexpected contexts and tiers revealing entirely new structural formations, penetrating meanings and subliminal interpretations. 'Like a Tool video on acid.'
Masterpiece Theater: All The King's Men movie trailer - starring Maggie Smith, Patrick Malahide, David Jason, David Troughton, Emma Cunniffe, Stuart Bunce. Directed by Julian Jarrold. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Feeling unappreciated at the North Pole, Santa's better half decides to take the sleigh out for a spin. But when the sleigh breaks down, she's stranded in the real world, with Christmas just days away!
A female gangster avenges the murder of her husband by kidnapping the son of the man responsible with the help of her daughters.
Excerpt from A Brief History of Time.
In 1992, Errol Morris finished A Brief History of Time, about the life and work of Stephen Hawking, the physicist who is often compared to Einstein and who is paralyzed and has spent much of his life in a wheelchair. In this film adaptation of Hawking's book about the origins of the universe, Morris has woven together graphics, interviews and archival material in a story about both Hawking's life and science. David Ansen in Newsweek has called it, 'an elegant, inspirational and mysterious movie. Morris turns abstract ideas into haunting images, and keeps them spinning in the air with the finesse, and playfulness, of a master juggler'.
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