Just when audiences thought the director couldn't get more spectacular and outrageous, he unleashed this eye-filling, mind-bending "Martial Arts World" sequel of clan rivalries, ninja atrocities, wizard sorceries, and the mythical Silkworm style that changes our hero into a veritable Spider-swordsman. The screen practically explodes with colorful characters and kung-fu -- all directed, co-written, and co-choreographed by Lu Chun-ku, and showcasing some of the best Shaw Brothers action stars. The original Bastard Swordsman was just the beginning, this superlative cult classic that out-phantasmagoricals the original.
Two circus performers are tasked with escorting relief in the form of gold bullion to a region hit by drought. On the way they are beset by countless bandits.
Metin and his best friend Zeki comes to Istanbul to get married. All of a sudden they become famous and funny stories start.
Even though it upsets her mother-in-law, Diana decides to postpone having children so she can focus on her career. Her husband Zack agrees but she is unaware that he is hiding a secret about his architecture company. Meanwhile, repressed housewife Aishah feels estranged from her doctor husband and their teenage daughter, as both are seldom home. Then there's Norimah, a 40-year-old who finally gets pregnant after years of trying. She is also very supportive of her husband's dream to become a novelist after getting fired from his job as a chef. One day, the lives of all three women collide when Zack, while chasing after Diana, accidentally hits Aishah with his car. Norimah's baby is also at risk when the speeding car almost hits her.
A brother who loves books and a sister who loves swords must face a yellow-robed warrior, the Red Python, a sinuous snake-charmer, and a silk-masked beauty (who must kill or wed the first man to see her face) before they can bring peace to their battle-addled family.
Mugiko, an 18-year-old attempts to escape her unhappiness with village life by going to Tokyo to live and work in the geisha house run by her aunt. The daughter of a once great geisha, Mugiko is entitled by blood to train in the geishas ancient art of classical Japanese song and dance. —BFI
Every year, a Kurdish family leaves Gaziantep (Anatolia) to work on the land near Ankara. This thankless life of seasonal labor turns upside down when the eldest son falls in love.
Chung Yao, a martial arts expert, has long been on the run from his stepbrother, who he caught trying to rape his wife on their wedding night. His brother has never given up the chase however, and Chung Yao live in constant fear that the vengeful stepbrother will murder him and his wife.
Kwok Chung is a righteous rich kid whose hobby is to fight and brawl. One encounter nearly gets him killed, but he is saved by Yueh (Fong Hak On), the Snake Fist Master. Yueh befriends and teaches Kwok the deadly art of the snake. Soon, Kwok realizes that his teacher has more in common with a snake than just techniques. He's being set up by his teacher, and his family is also targeted for murder!
A general and his band of thugs plot to take over a village. Tiger, a local kung fu protege, brings this information to his uncle, a master of the seven steps style of kung fu. His uncle teaches him the style, and together they take on the general and his thugs.
The film reflects on the nature of vacation, as it is a transformed version of reality, the fantastical counterpart to winter.
During the dark days of the war of independence, Kemal (Ali Ekdal) sneaks his way to deliver the secret letter to Ankara.
An award-winning series from Channel 101's short film contest in the early 2000s. It mocks the soap opera television genre and satirized life in Malibu, California. There were seven episodes filmed, with an eighth episode "apology" also submitted after the creators decided to end the series. The original run was created by The Lonely Island; and starred Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone and Sarah Chalke.
Derin and Ali are two people from different worlds. Derin is the daughter of a rich man, on the otherside Ali is a 24 years old boy who saw his mom being killed by his dad when he was young. So rauf anne took him as his son and now after many years he is back to istanbul , where he will meet derin and they start to enjoy time with each other.
BU Tonight is a late-night talk show that airs on butv10, Boston University's student-run television network. It is currently hosted by Julian Glander, who succeeded previous hosts Rob Turbovsky, Christian Lynch and Rob O'Reilly, and first aired on the network on February 22, 2006. It is produced by Growling Dog Productions.
"Hi Hi Puffy Club", more accurately titled "Hi Hi Puffy Bu" is Puffy AmiYumi's reality television series, which premiered on TV Asahi on 5 July 2006. The show stars both Ami Onuki and Yumi Yoshimura, and its opening credits include them in a cel-shaded manga. The theme song for the series is "Shall We Dance?" from their Splurge album. The spoken title of the show in Japanese is meant to be something of a joke. It is often called "Hi Hi Puffy Club" in the west.
An average boy receives one day a special camera from a mysterious, massively-endowed girl in a bunny suit. This camera has the ability to make any girl photographed with it unbearably horny, deepening their erotic agony with each picture you take. And when the sexual tension finally boils over, the only way to quench these uniformed vixens’ thirst is by having them service you with their enormous breasts!
Where no one would believe that someone could live. Norwegian documentary series about people who live by themselves in remote areas, and how they came to do so.