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Description: Aldo (Tin Tan) and his girlfriend Lucy reopen an abandoned opera house, but search out that the zone is inhabited by a group of Phantoms wearing the Claude Rains 1943 Phantom of the Opera costume.
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Description: Abby (Tifany Jane) and Ikke (Fiona Fachry) never suspected that their boarding house that was once secure and peaceful, suddenly became sinister. Each night, there are strange happenings that befall them. Cody (Indra Brotolaras), Ikke's man friend, and DJ (Zaky Zimah), sweet but gullible guy, who often come to their boarding house, are also affected. One day Steff (Stefan William) came to see her boyfriend, Abby. Steff is a soap opera actress become a main attraction, especially for DJ who wants to be an artist. But it turns out Steff comeback was also disturbed.
Description: The sweetest girl, Dana (Diana Dumitrescu) has to go out on a date with a broker, Dani (Andi Vasluianu) because her chubby friend, Oana (Antoaneta Zaharia), doesn't have the courage to meet her Fb lover face to face. A hacker (Marius Damian) is cheating his partner, the computer, with a Fb profile picture of two exquisite "delicious" girls. The whip cream/ chocolate teacher (Loredana Groza), a French girl who knows the insights of living in Bucharest teaches her pupils the art of Savarin by day and Marquis de Sade's practices by night. No one is what they pretend to be and they all trust that saying lies is the most pretty truth, and this leads to a series of misunderstandings.
Description: Nina, a former Miss of a province city currently unemployed, who has enough of her boring life with her husband, Cornel. She decides to kidnap Marinela, the bride of an local mobs wedding, in exchange of a large ransom that hopefully will deliever her a better life. Surprisingly enough the bride refuses to return to her disgusting husband and provokes a series of happenings very serious for her family, but hilarious for the movie.
Description: A young girl is bitten by the acting bug after seeing Marilyn Monroe in "Some Like It Hot". She patterns herself after MM and after finishing high school goes for screen tests to the Movie Academy. Rejected because of her crooked teeth she takes a job of selling beer on a train and begins writing to Billy Wilder, trying to be casted in his next movie. At the trains station she meets a would-be cinematographer who is color blind. They become mates sharing their dreams of going to Hollywood. One day she finds a goldfish trapped in a beer bottle: she sets her gratis and makes three wishes, not for herself but for her friends. To her surprise all of them come true. As a reward she gets a long awaited call from Billy Wilder. Written by Polish Cinema Info
Description: There's something magical about an Australian accent that seems to create even the most caustic wit come off with good-natured charm. And that delicate blend of deviant behavior and nice intentions has skyrocketed Aussie comic Jim Jefferies to international acclaim with critics and fanatics alike. In this fresh hour-long special, the boy hailed by Q Magazine as "Britain's most offensive stand-up comedian" shares new tales from his life on the edge, including a menage a trois in Montreal and attending a party where God is on the guest list.
Description: Teen stepbrothers, Danny, a wannabe entrepreneur, and Ajay, an artistic dreamer, pull off an elaborate prank—involving a lot of dildos—on the last day of school. Caught in the act, they’re assigned to a summer mentor: lascivious bar owner, Tyler Lavey. When Tyler enlists the men to create a delivery to a personal party, they unwittingly stumble upon an underground society hiding some very dirty secrets. After Tyler’s own niece is taken captive, he turns to protégés Danny and Ajay and former CIA agent Grandma Alice to scene one kick-ass rescue.
Description: A documentary that goes behind the scenes of the film Illegal Aliens, and a filmmaker's adventure from obscurity to moral blindness in the seductive glare of the media spotlight.
Description: Dian (Lisa Surihani), a sweet and naïve blogger, travels to Istanbul in hopes of convincing her medical student boyfriend Azad (Tomok) to propose to her. She rents out an apartment, not knowing that it is already leased to quirky and shy artist Harris (Beto Kusyairy). Despite the unwanted roomate, Dian tries to create the most out of her sticky case and conceal it from Azad. But when Azad eventually finds out and leaves her, Dian has to decide whether she could run and war for Azad or stay and explore if Harris is the one who is meant for her.
Description: A magazine reporter and his photographer, on assignment in the Antarctic, attempt to fly in women to create their chilly lives more enjoyable. Director Delbert Mann's 1964 comedy stars Robert Morse, George Maharis, Anjanette Comer, James Gregory, Michael Constantine, Howard St. John, Norman Fell, Janine Gray, Bernard Fox, Yvonne Craig, Doodles Weaver and Marjorie Bennett.
Description: A traveller who has lost his passport in a Paris airport while between flights is restricted to a unique transit zone. There he finds a group of similarly lost folks hiding out and living from hand-to-mouth, reliant on their ingenuity to survive.
Description: George and Gracie enter an elegant drawing room, looking everywhere for something. Turns out, they're looking for the audience, and when George spots the camera, they begin in on their patter. Gracie wants to convince George that she's smart, not dizzy - it's an uphill struggle of which she's blissfully unaware. Midway through, they break into song: "Do You Trust Me?" It contains a tiny bit of hoofing as the chatting continues. They end on a storyline Gracie whispers into George's ear.
Description: After a quarrel Henry leaves the apartment. Fresh fellow-lodger of Robby and Kalle becomes Paul. The three guys couldn't be more different, but nevertheless all of them have the same problem: women. When the mysterious Malu appears, every of them wonders if she may be their dream-woman.
Description: In 1913, in Oklahoma, oil derrick owner Lena Doyle, aided by her father and a hobo, is stubbornly drilling for oil despite the pressure from major oil companies to sell her land.
Description: Welcome to the unique unique unique comedy special. It's very good. I love comedy. And who do I wish to create laugh more than Marilyn and Joel Bamford, my parents? So, we've slash out the middle boy of 200 strangers in a television studio and gone right to the source. With some paid audiences, the feigned enthusiasm can be a tiny uncomfortable to watch, but I genuinely rock the house. My parents only want they should be there with you when you watch this with your parents.
Description: Bride-to-be Jessie Patterson calls off her third engagement - during the ceremony! She swears off serious relationships, until she meets and is pursued by Aiden MacTiernan. Aiden, on the another hand, has bet his mates he is marriage material, and can search a fiancé in the four weeks leading up to Christmas. When Jessie and Aiden start to fall for every other, Jessie gotta decide if she is ready for serious love, and Aiden gotta decide if his bet is worth risking his relationship with Jessie.
Description: When clairvoyant Pernille meets Journalist Daniel, who is on a point to write an exposé about Fact & Fiction in the clairvoyant world, Daniel falls in love with her. And funnily enough, she hadn't seen it coming.
Description: Shaolin temples thousands of years ago were popular for their kung fu schools, and everybody has come to relate these temples with kung fu. Even the greatest warriors in the globe didn't dare challenge the Shaolin students. During the Ching Dynasty, the reigning government had total control of the Shaolin temples and schools. The monk Chi Kong wasn't a true monk. In fact he was evil. He even agreed women as students. He taught these women the kung fu style. There were eighteen of them...
Description: Filmmaker and comedian Kevin Smith returns to EPIX with an all fresh special, taped in front of a sell out audience in Sydney, Australia Joined by his notorious cohort Jason Mewes, this off-the-cuff uncensored hour is filled with ribald and cautionary tales about everything from Australian children's tv to mythical Australian drop bears
Description: Stelios Kondogiorgis (Dinos Iliopoulos) and Thomas Makrykostas (Costas Hajihristos) are two quiet boys that come from the same Peloponnese village yet do not know every other. Their families however are involved in a bloody feud that started 80 years ago. Stelios and Thomas are the last male members from every family. After the last murders in the village where a member of every family died, Stelios' uncle (Pantelis Zervos) urges him to search and slay Thomas for revenge lest he finds him and kills him first. At the same time Thomas is visited by his aunt (Joly Garbi) who asks of him the same and provides him with weapons. Despite everything, neither Stelios nor Thomas are interested in murdering one other and they are both terrified from the concept that a stranger is looking for them in order to slay them. So, they decide to leave their respective jobs and hide at some remote hotel. Luck brings them together without them knowing of every other's identity as they share a room.
Description: Two young girls explore a method to view parallel universe versions of themselves via the internet, and rapidly become obsessed with watching the alternate paths that their lives might have taken.
Description: A shockingly irreverent follow-up to the rural austerity of Barren Lives, dos Santos’ Godardian social satire owes more than a nod to the self-conscious antics of the French Fresh Wave. The pampered son of a general, El Justicero is a hipster playboy who fancies himself a James Bond/Jean Paul Sartre urban hero. “Archetypical” yet “full of contradictions,” he sees that justice is achieved for the disadvantaged while taking advantage of certain bourgeois perks. His exploits are closely followed and eventually directed by his biographer who decides a movie is not only more lucrative than a book, but it gives him the luxury of reviewing previous scenes. Unlike Bond, El Jus eventually experiences an awakening which threatens to compromise the entertainment value and glamour of his life story. - Harvard Movie Archive
Description: Fernando and Marta are an exemplary marriage. Fernando, a tidy and methodical person, working as an executive in a multinational and is highly regarded by his boss and his partners. One day, arrives at the delegation Susan as secretary Fernando. Despite the indifference to him, in the end, can not support but fall asleep to the charms of the young.
Description: Dale Squire is a hip, quirky, independent single gal living in the glossy town of Los Angeles. After few failed attempts in quasi-relationships, Dale concludes that finding a meaningful relationship in L.A. is impossible. But being anti-social is tough for any young woman in Hollywood. With Jill's frantic wedding right around the corner, Dale finds herself reflecting on the significance of marriage, and the mutual respect required for a successful relationship. When Zach, a successful heartthrob rock star and old mate of Dale's finds his method back into her life, Dale slowly begins to think that maybe finding love in L.A. is possible - the only trouble is that her realization might have come too late, leaving Dale in a silent love triangle, with no method out. Written by Will, Christie
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***SPOILERS*** ***SPOILERS*** If we're to trust what the films say us, drama only comes in a several shapes and forms, with those being on really large scales and of happenings and emotions so major and strong they're the type that can only happen in movies. But then there's "Disoriented," a movie that's cute tiny in just about each way, but has a quaint charm to it, showing that strong drama (or sometimes melodrama) can be found at the local level. Drama is probably the easiest category to work with as a first-time filmmaker on a tight budget because it doesn't require unique results or a lot of props or wonderful scenery (and yes, that old cliche is real - it's harder to do comedy than drama). Rookie filmmaker Francisco Aliwalas probably realized this and place together a storyline that should be said and filmed entirely in the Capital District of Albany, N.Y.Aliwalas himself stars as West Cordova, a 20-something-year-old Filipino-American who's a struggling pre-med student living at home with his overbearing, conservative, traditional Catholic mother (Manis) who obviously hasn't so much guided him in life as she has pushed him. The two live in a section of their town that's not where the folks well-off would live, but isn't the crack slums either. West works part time as a deliverer of Chinese take-out while his mother is a maid at a sleazy motel. Aliwalas is fast to establish the setting of the story, giving us that feeling that things haven't been and probably won't be simple for this family. We also learn that Mr. Cordova left the family 10 years ago for a younger girl and the another son, Eduardo "Danger" (Quintero), who was a sports prodigy in high school, hasn't been seen in a while either. The film's first act does a fine job in establishing all the issues and conflicts in West's life, and most of them will pale in comparison to what will happen to him soon on in the story. The first thing the movie is able to convey well, and what is one of the most necessary aspects of the theme and atmosphere, is just how overbearing West's mother is. Some might tell she's in a state of denial about the family and the issues she faces on a everyday basis, but it's not so much that factor as it is her upbringing. She comes from a various culture and can't really comprehend modern American society, so she sticks to the traditions and values she knows. Mrs. Cordova's hero is surprisingly simple to relate to because she doesn't just represent culture clash but generational clash, which is something everyone can relate to.And with clash comes conflict and in the situation of this movie it comes in the form of the return of Danger who is still as seemingly jocular as ever, but with one major change - he's gay.Instead of launching right into emotional wars between Danger, West and Mrs. Cordova, the movie decides to take it slow as West convinces his brother to remain closeted while he stays at home for a week or so. There are a several occasional outbursts between Danger and his mother, but they serve mostly as transitions from stage to stage and remind us there's a massive dramatic tone to the mostly-lighthearted film.And yes, the movie is rather lighthearted in the midst of the drama. Although the tensions between the Cordova family are the largest thematic element, a several another sub-plots crop up which are at least interesting. The greatest of these is a friendship which develops between West and other Filipino boy called Speedy Sparkles, who owns and runs a vehicle wash. The two seem to have a natural bond instantly and when Speedy starts offering West pieces of sage tip it doesn't seem out of the ordinary. However, their mentor/protege relationship seems to transport a bit too fast. It's difficult to trust that two strangers would be so great to every other, especially in the method it's filmed here which seems like something out of "Sesame Street." Another interest sidebar is West's meeting and fascination with a Japanese woman called Miniko, who also meets and gets to know just by being very nice. Minniko doesn't have much direction in life either another than she wants to be a model and more American. She even puts up with an obnoxious, almost racist boyfriend called Manny which doesn't seem to create sense. Later, when West tries to victory her over, the two never really seem attracted to every other. Their friendship or allegedly romantic relationship has a very forced feeling to it. Perhaps they come together out of loneliness, yet there's still an absence of chemistry.For a movie that has such a nice mix of characters, conflicts and overall situations, the execution of the storyline is surprisingly weak. Perhaps Aliwalas gets in over his head by having so many dramatic sub-plots and another sidebars that the only method to resolve each conflict is through melodrama (specific examples of this would serve as spoilers to those who haven't seen the film, but let's just tell they're things that have been done before and seem out of zone here).Every hero is so perfectly poised to knock down at least one another hero it's just a bit too much to swallow. And when things do finally come to their individual climaxes the drama, which had been tight, believable and realistic all along, takes a turn for the melodramatic in what seems to be efforts just to please the audience. The [happy] ending is cute much proof of this.Although "Disoriented" has some problems, they are forgivable for the most part. Even during the times of sheer and pure drama for the sake of drama, the movie consistently remains interesting to watch and does through in a several surprises here and there.
A nice light-hearted comedy coming from the novice. A family mate and an ambitious young fellow, Francis has the best help from his family and mates back home.When I saw this film, I found that it was just too hard not to laugh. As the plot deals heavily on his experiences with his family and attending medical school...and yet, both of his (real) parents are respected doctors here in NY. Hell, my family is composed of entirely of physicians and surgeons...we run in the same circles.All in all, a nice film. And a nice guy backing it.Everyone's got high hopes for the child and judging from his freshman attempt, he's on the right path.
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