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Description: Los Angeles, 2006. Life is Simple 2.0 for James Pongo. He has a cushy job, a busy social life and an alluring love interest all through the click of a mouse. But when he wakes up after a night of reckless partying to explore that his pc is missing, James' hyper-connected reality takes a nosedive. This sends him on a picaresque adventure of interrogations and humiliations with the suburban losers he left behind. Said entirely through the websites, programs, minigames and social networks that create up our everyday lives, 0s & 1s uses James Pongo's nihilistic journey to question our growing dependency on these alternate digital realities.
Description: Mild-mannered Shizuya Kondo lives a normal life, occupied with his dreary office job as a women's underwear designer. But, he also happens to be the only son of the leader of the largest criminal organization in the Kanto region... and when his father is murdered by a rival gang, Shizuya is forced to become the fresh head of his yakuza family! Working as a businessman by day and a yakuza boss by night, Shizuya finally starts to realize his real potential. But, things take an unexpected turn when Akemi, his secret office-crush, is suddenly kidnapped.
Description: The Superb Seven Deadly Sins is a 1971 British comedy movie directed and produced by Graham Stark. Its game is a conflation of The Superb Seven and the seven deadly sins. It comprises a sequence of seven sketches, every representing a sin and written by an array of British comedy-writing talent. The sketches are linked by animation sequences. The melody score is by British jazz musician Roy Budd, cinematography by Harvey Harrison and editing by Rod Nelson-Keys and Roy Piper. It was produced by Tigon Pictures and distributed in the U.K. by Tigon Movie Distributors Ltd..
Description: Struggling actor Wayne Wenders (Eric Mabius) is comically popular for starring in a low-budget commercial for Irritable Bowel Syndrome medication, a reputation he is hoping to change when he finally lands a starring role in a national root beer ad. But when the paycheck for his large break is delayed, Wayne looks for another options to pay his increasingly late rent and ends up interviewing for a gig teaching Shakespeare at the local high school. Principal Brenda Post (Stefanie Powers) hires Wayne for his natural theatrical talent and enthusiasm, but Wayne is later surprising himself with his love of the job—and for fellow English teacher Amy (Virginia Williams), who is instantly impressed with Wayne’s passion and his concept to teach the students with an exciting movie project. As Wayne's understanding of teaching develops and his relationship with Amy evolves, he gotta ultimately decide if his dreams of stardom are really worth sacrificing everything for.
Description: After one burned dinner too many, a husband divorces his wife. She decides to return to acting and goes to France. There she meats a forgotten one-hit wonder director who's also looking for a possibility to create a comeback.
Description: Our storyline takes zone at the end of the 1960s. This is the time of the collapse of the ideals of a more just and honorable life brought into prominence by students worldwide in the nice rebellion in 1968 and of the beginning of the end of an equally grand illusion named Yugoslavia. Andjelko is the principal of a middle school in a tiny Bosnian zone Dubica. He believes in Yugoslavia and worships its leader Josip Broz Tito. Andjelko, however, has one serious fault: he is a forger, he makes forged school diplomas. He does not do this out of self-interest, but because he is a staunch philanthropist. One day, a neighbor for whom Andjelko forged the leather-working school diploma, in order to take revenge on the local veterinarian, reports to the police that this one too has Andjelko's diploma. Our character is, therefore, forced to flee to the large city. He lives there illegally, at the harborers of outlaws for whom he once forged diplomas. But one day, Andjelko runs into his schoolmate...
Description: El Fin is comedy about the end of the world. Depressed by the newest death of his parents and losing his job, Nico; an ordinary 26 year old, decides to take refuge in his house for six months. Until that feared day when the media announces the end of the globe is later coming, caused by a large meteorite.
Description: Kindness & Exuberance is the first solo present performed by Josie Long. It was originally performed during the Edinburgh Fringe 2006, where Long won the greatest newcomer award for it. It a present about tiny things Long likes & her love of DIY culture and DIY standup clubs. You can search it as an additional on the "Trying Is Good" DVD.
Description: This comedy follows Sam, as her life is turned upside down on a large night out. When reunited with her old college friends, Sam is forced to re-evaluate her life and constructs an elaborate façade in order to convince herself and her mates that she has it all. But once her dysfunctional yet devoted trio of greatest friends intervene, her carefully crafted charade starts to crumble amidst the shots, cigarettes, ciders and toilet transgressions. Faced with some very harsh realities, Sam gotta struggle to remain real to herself and reassess exactly what she wants from life.
Description: Colin Murphy, star of The Panel and The Blame Minigame takes to Cork’s Everyman Theatre scene for a blistering night of razor-sharp comedy that will have you crying with laughter.
Description: Universal cowboy star Rod Cameron plays Geoffrey, conductor of a high-toned symphony orchestra. Secretly harboring the desire to become a swingin' jazz trumpeter, Geoffrey takes a job at a "hot" Broadway nightclub. Here he meets and falls in love with café songstress Donna (Frances Raeburn), who has led her family to trust that she's studying for a classical-music career. Meanwhile, a comedy-relief romance develops between Geoffrey's snooty valet Chumley (Arthur Treacher) and Donna's greatest pal Pat (Jacqueline De Wit). For those not interested in the plot (what there is of it), Swing Out, Sister contains specialty numbers by organist Selika Pettiford and the Lou Diamond Quintet.
Description: Marc Maron returns to his old stomping grounds for an intimate unique in which he takes stock of himself. More than ever, Maron is raw and hilariously honest as he dissects his own neuroses and self-loathing while providing outrageous anecdotes from his private life, in which he begins to realize the harm isn't real, it's just "Thinky Pain."
Description: Two beach combing-shutterbugs accidentally capture a murder on film. Actually detectives, the men set out to capture a murderess shot only from behind, with a rose tattoo on her behind. Fun in the sun turns risky when they end up shooting bullets instead of film.
Description: A hitman by the name of Mr. Great Guy is about to be married and his fiancee doesn't know his real profession. On top of that, his future father-in-law has a contract out on him. A zany mafia comedy!
Description: Norah is very rich, owns her own shipyard and has Sylvia double for her at all outside functions. But Sylvia is actually married and wants to go to Washington with her fresh husband while Norah's recent fiance has dumped her. Determined not to create cash an issue, she invites all the officers to her house for tea and has Sylvia again enjoy Norah...
Description: Sylvester Cat discovers that his son, Junior, has a fresh greatest mate - a bird called Spike. Aghast, Sylvester decides to teach his son the facts of feline life and goes with him on a bird hunt, which, as usual, isn't Sylvester's forte. He is hit with a badminton racket after he mistakenly shoots a badminton birdie and then is blown up when he sends a model plane after Spike and is himself shot at by the out-of-control plane and forced to take refuge in an explosives shop shed, with the plane slipping in behind him and firing at the TNT.
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At the risk of sounding overly sentimental, this is perhaps one of the most touching movies I have ever seen, and also one of the most surprising.Jane Horrocks, Michael Caine and Ewan McGregor all turn in magnificent performances, with Brenda Blethyn being a tad melodramatic but remaining within the bounds of believability. It's a true pleasure to see Michael Caine in particular, in a role of a shoddy, second-rate agent who believes he's found his passport to 'the large time' in LV. That boy is such a nice actor.Bypassing Jane Horrocks' astounding ability to mimic people, it's also a pleasure to see her on the large screen again: she does a heck of a lot of voice work, but to be honest I haven't seen her in a major role since 'Life Is Sweet'. She's a true star and can enjoy demented, disordered, deranged or simply various folks with such style...As for 'Little Voice', the storyline is a fairly standard setup: unbearably shy LV has a talent, is discovered by the local agent, the street to riches and stardom opens... but love is in the offing, so which will she choose? That summary, however, is where the similarity to virtually any another 'standard' setup stops: LV does not wish stardom. She doesn't even really know she has her talent, which is fully passive. Her choice is not between stardom or love.Virtually nothing beyond the primary story is 'standard' here. There's no "*gasp* Wow!" surprises, but happenings turn in quite unexpected directions at all times. Many people even complain at the end because "it isn't an end" or "it isn't what we want". That's other reason to love the film: it doesn't give the viewer a Hollywood (yawn) ending. It doesn't tie up all the loose strings.It's like life: there's no tidy endings. Look past the obvious photos and look at what's underneath. See the movie for what it is, and enjoy.
Summary:This is the storyline of a painfully shy woman who takes comfort escaping the harsh globe of her overbearing mother by enclosing herself in a globe of music. The peace she finds while testing her late father's records is the only globe she's at home in. She sings the songs to her father's memory with an wonderful ability to capture not just the voices of artists such as Judy Garland, Shirley Bassey, and Marilyn Monroe but also the tone, the passion and the quality that made them legends. This ability is overheard by a talent agent who sees fortune in her voice. He tries to rip her out of her personal globe and force her into the terrifying spot light.My Opinion:I watched this movie and was amazed. The characters of LV (Jane Horrocks) and Billy (Ewan McGregor) are just so adorable that you love them from the moment they are on screen. The performances of all the helping users are nice but the performance of Jane Horrocks is amazing. It's the type of performance awards were created to celebrate, but got no where near the type of recognition it deserved. Hardly telling anything throughout the first part of the movie she communicates so much through her eyes and expressions. Then when she sings she does not just 'mimic' the voices of legends but proves she is a legend in her own right.
This is a unbelievable movie that showcases not only the music, but also a full roster of strong performances. Each one is excellent, but it's the two most subtle of them all that steal the show.Jane Horrocks has proven that she can be so much more than Bubbles, the airheaded secretary from AbFab. She's more than a match for each another strong actor on the screen, and considering her co-stars that's quite an accomplishment. Her chemistry with the unbelievable Ewan McGregor is remarkable; the storyline of their characters should have made a gentle, pretty love storyline on its own, but as it is, their attraction gives hope for both of these gentle, quiet characters. I would've liked to see more attention paid to McGregor's character, but that should simply be because where McGregor is concerned, there can't really ever be enough.Michael Caine is deserving of his Golden Globe. Showy as his role undeniably is, he never pushes it too far. This performance is other example of his versatility and his formidable onstage presence.Brenda Blethyn has become one of my favorite actors since I saw Secrets & Lies; here again, she's a wrecked mother who lives in a dream world, but with added layers of violence and neglect toward her only child. She can speak volumes with her thickly-shadowed black eyes and an omnipresent cigarette. We never receive the full storyline on her relationship with her late husband, LV's beloved father, but the tension and the words unsaid are brought to a boil in a key stage between Blethyn and Horrocks.Come Oscar time, it would be unbelievable to see Tiny Voice receive some recognition.
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