An intelligent, white-washed black youth adopted by a Caucasian family has a crisis of ethnic identity while growing up in white suburbia with his urban culture obsessed, white best friend.
Taking the stage in Washington, D.C., funnyman Bill Burr brings his stinging brand of humor to the spotlight, uncorking a profanity-laced, incisive routine that pokes fun at plastic surgery, reality TV, gold diggers and more.
A comedy about a board game that eventually causes racial riots and societal issues - and now the creators will have to fix it and make things better quick.
Documentary that explores the making of Close Encounters of the Third Kind in Mobile, Alabama from May 31 to September 2, 1976, as told by the locals that experienced this sci-fi classic.
This entry in MGM's series of shorts, "Crime Doesn't Pay", features a big city crime boss's attempt to use his crime "machine" to fraudently win re-election for the current corrupt mayor. By using several illegal tactics, and aided by voter apathy, the crime boss nearly continues his control of the city.
An introvert realizes he can be whomever he wants to be on the Internet.
Reservist Tommy Smart - who has made his fortune since the war selling army surplus - arrives at an army camp, with his chauffeur/valet, for two weeks' training. Bank manager Corporal Jones is in Tommy's squad. Sylvia, Jones' daughter, wishes to marry Lieutenant Robson, a National Service officer. Smart is under the orders of his old enemy Sergeant Thickpenny and R.S.M. Brittain; various parade ground antics ensue.
'People You May Know' tells the story of four friends in their 40s in Los Angeles. All them will have to confront a new reality when Delia gets pregnant from Joe, her best friend who happens to be gay.
On his 83rd birthday, Eddie (Voight), a war vet and a maintenance worker at the Ruby Pier amusement park, dies while trying to save a girl who is sitting under a falling ride. When he awakens in the afterlife, he encounters five people with ties to his corporeal existence who help him understand the meaning of his life.
A Jewish man named Sam Hyde takes the viewer on a quick (but accurate) adventure through the history of the White man's effect on society.
A story about two old people living in the abandoned faraway village.
Workaholic program director Lee Ahn (Choi Soo Young, Girls’ Generation, Squad 38) is in love with her long-time boyfriend Kim Jin Young (Shim Hee Sup, Rebel: Thief of the People). She can’t imagine life without him. And when Kim Jin Young passes away in a car accident, she has to. All Lee Ahn has left of Kim Jin Young is his smartphone. He died trying to say something to her, and the phone holds the key to what it was.