Thirteen-year-old Kayla endures the tidal wave of contemporary suburban adolescence as she makes her way through the last week of middle school — the end of her thus far disastrous eighth grade year — before she begins high school.
Barbershop owners Stan and Ollie answer an ad in the newspaper from a wealthy widow looking for a husband. Ollie only mails in his response and is invited to the widow's mansion. Stan discovers his unmailed letter and insists on tagging along. At the mansion, the widow's creepy butler informs them that the woman is crazy. She was once jilted by an Oliver and now her hobby is marrying Olivers and then slitting their throats. Now the boys must figure out how to escape.
US multi-millionaire Michael Barndon marries his eighth wife, Nicole, the daughter of a broken French Marquis. But she doesn't want to be only a number in the row of his ex-wives and starts her own strategy to "tame" him.
A documentary exploring the possible ecological and atmospheric consequences of nuclear war, particularly as they would be expressed in a "nuclear winter."
Following the immense success of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Peter Jackson directs King Kong (2005). This documentary follows him, and the immense project from start to finish. It turns out that this one film may actually be a larger task to complete than all 3 of the Lord of the Rings films together.
Gordon Lam kills a guy who raped his sister. When he gets out of jail he runs into a girl in trouble and they fall in love but she has to go back to USA soon. She is somehow related to a gangster. His best friend has a debt to this gangster. The gangster wants another gangster – who is together with his former girlfriend – killed.
A view of New York's latest sky-scraper, the remarkable Flatiron Building, at the junction of Broadway, Fifth Ave., and 23rd St., New York, with a panorama of the surroundings.
The Eighth Day (1967) can be understood as one (moving) screen element amongst hundreds that comprised the multimedia installation designed by Montreal artist Charles Gagnon.
Dennis knows what he's done and is ready to get on with his eternal damnation. Unfortunately for him, they screwed up his paperwork and bureaucracy is delaying the inevitable - or so he thinks.
A documentary on the studio sessions for The Neptunes' chart topping 2003 album, The Neptunes Present... Clones. Originally bundled as a bonus DVD in limited edition releases of the album.
Geologists in New Zealand created a stir earlier this year when they declared their discovery of the eighth continent of the world. Learn how was it formed and how something so massive could remain undetected until now.
An in-depth look at the genesis, production, and legacy of the 1933 production “King Kong,” one of the most influential films ever made.
Man reconsiders his life after a chance meeting with a childhood acquaintance.
An early ecology film
A film about a young Iranian director living in USA who is trapped in a circle of deception, betrayal, censorship, and love. Help fund "Happenings of the Eighth D
Finally! What you all have been waiting for, The 8th Dimention is now avilable on DVD. -13 minutes of bonus footage -Extra insane crashes and high flying action -Behind the scene antics with the Fleshwound Crew -Directors' Commentary and MORE!!!
To buy medicine to relieve his ailing grandmother's pain, a determined Brazilian boy travels to the capital to sell the family's only valuable possession -- a goat -- encountering unexpected challenges along the way. After arriving in the big city, he experiences the best and worst of the unfamiliar urban environment. João Miguel Direitinho, Nicolau Breyner and Joaquim Horta star in this poignant drama directed by Amauri Tangará.
The second reel of an orphaned 1925 nature documentary, the footage follows the movement and calving of glaciers. Viewed from the present, the film is transformed into a document of loss and vulnerability, a challenge to the “timeless” view of nature put forth by early naturalists.
Emmy Award winning documentary, directed by Peter Rosen, about the Eighth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 1989, featuring interviews with the contestants and jurists, and footage from rehearsals and performances, including by competition winner Alexei Sultanov.
The story of the U.S. Army Air Corps’ Eighth Air Force, which was the tip of the spear during the Allies’ daylight bombing campaign of Germany from mid-1942 to the end of World War II.