...Baby One More Time Tour was the debut concert tour by American recording artist Britney Spears. It supported her debut studio album, ...Baby One More Time (1999) and visited the United States and Canada. The tour was announced in March 1999, with dates released a month later. Tommy Hilfiger was chosen as the tour sponsor. The show was divided into various segments, with each segment being followed by an interlude to the next segment, and it ended with an encore. The setlist consisted of songs from her debut album and several covers.
A documentary of an Amish pig auction in Kalona, Iowa.
Review DVD in the Your Baby Can Read series
A short animated story that depicts the sexual yearnings of a man through a series of hallucinatory dream-like and surreal sequences.
A young woman in her thirties feels very happy and excited – she has a partner, everything in her life is under control, so now is perfect time to have a baby. Unfortunately, that's not as easy as it sounds...
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A couple faces a dilemma when the 46-year-old wife unexpectedly becomes pregnant. She wants to have the baby, but her husband has plans for the future that do not involve raising another child. Their 3 grown children, as well as other family and friends, all have their own opinions on the situation. Their relationship and their marriage itself are tested as they try to resolve the conflict.
With help from the best scientific imagery, and finely tuned analysis from the most renowned specialists, discover and understand the incredible distance covered by a human in his first 15 years, and the physical and psychological transformations he undergoes while growing up.
A man from Texas named Bubba eats baby food for 40 days in order to lose weight.
An animator's lovable depiction of one of the beauties of early childhood
Aloysius 'Butch' Grogan leads a life of criminal activities motivated to provide for a widow and her child. He's on lookout for a gang of safe crackers when he has to also look after the baby of one of the criminals.
Leah Garr wants to move from Phoenix to take a new job in Denver to help her family (Husband Marcus and Daughter Robin). When Robin goes to camp to give her parents time to sort things out, something unexpected occurs. On Robin's return from camp she finds out her mom is taking the new job in Denver, only returning each weekend to visit. During this turmoil in Robin's life, A new lady, Dorothy, befriends Robin, moves into the same apartment complex and spends a lot of time with her and her father Marcus. Leah is concerned about this because she does not know very much about Dorothy or her intentions. It soon becomes clear that Dorothy is after much more than friendship with the Garr family.
A father struggles to put his baby to sleep.
Mr. Spider picks up the milk and the morning news. Now he needs something to eat for breakfast. The hungry spider is hoping to make his breakfast from the various visitors in his web, but oh, boy, is he in for a big surprise! He traps a honeybee in his web; the irate bee threatens him with a sting and gets away. Next, he gets a British wasp. The wasp thinks that he wants to have breakfast and a spot of tea with him. No tea, no wasp. Next, a little moth... only the moth snares the spider in his own web and takes it home to his mother for breakfast... Features a cool jazz music score and a wild visual design.
Every year, thousands of North Koreans risk their lives to escape their country. But even if they make it to China, they are not safe. North Korean women are often trafficked and sold numerous times. This is not the ending that their story deserves.
Count Basie Orchestra's "Take Me Back, Baby".
INXS fans can rejoice over the release of this buoyant concert film, shot during an ecstatic performance before 72,000 hopping fans in London's Wembley Stadium on July 13, 1991. The Australian band's vocalist, the late Michael Hutchence, is at his feral-romantic best, stalking and swiveling his way through an energized set of welterweight pop. The show starts with a big, boomy "Guns in the Sky," takes a turn toward unexpected soulfulness with "New Sensation," and spreads the wealth with a sharp set of ballads and rockers. Hutchence has fun with a naughty "Know the Difference," plays around with a Jagger-esque take on confessional soul in "The Loved One," and milks "Never Tear Us Apart" for all it's worth. The band sounds more muscular than they did in the studio, hard-charging and rough on "Suicide Blonde," drunk on a jazzy guitar hook in "Need You Tonight," and completely danceable on "Bitter Tears."
Popeye and Bluto fight over taking Olive out; she decides they'll all stay home together. While looking over a family album, Popeye tells the story of a day-long fight he and Bluto had as infants.
Filmmaker Judith Helfand turns the camera on herself to document her battle with cancer caused by DES, a drug prescribed to her mother during pregnancy. Refusing to confine the tears, rage, laughter and hope to dinner table conversations, Helfand invites us to witness her personal journey from radical hysterectomy patient to vocal opponent of toxic exposure. From her suburban home to the halls of Congress, the intensely private becomes widely public, and an American family is transformed and strengthened.
Harry J. Lennix stars as trailblazing and controversial African-American congressman and Civil Rights activist Adam Clayton Powell Jr., who started out as a preacher in Harlem and then went on to deal with such issues as the integration of schools in the 1940s and '50s. Vanessa Williams portrays his second wife, jazz singer Hazel Scott.