A comedy centered on the life of Kate Reddy, a finance executive who is the breadwinner for her husband and two kids.
A young Glaswegian prostitute in London tries to start a new life.
On October 1, 2013, the elusive street artist Banksy launched a month-long residency in New York, an art show he called Better Out Than In. As one new work of art was presented each day in a secret location, a group of fans, called “Banksy Hunters,” took to the streets and blew up social media.
On the advice of a 65-year-old stripper, Peaches makes music that is sexually forthright. Her popularity grows and she becomes what her fans expect her to be: transsexual. She falls in love with a beautiful she-male, but Peaches gets her heart broken and has to realize who she really is. Described as an anti-jukebox musical. Peaches writes, directs and plays the role of Peaches herself.
In this classic hospital farce, Peter Sellers plays Dr. Albert T. Hopfnagel, a greedy, crooked hospital administrator who has perfected the art of bill padding, unnecessary surgery and kickbacks. Mistrusted by patients, and resented by other staffers, his assistant Alice can no longer endure his scams and plots to have him sent to prison - but not for long enough. Sellers again steals the show with an absurd and hilarious character study.
With her self-absorbed parents distracted by their recent divorce, 12-year-old Rain is left alone to navigate the complexities of love and adulthood—and learns to do it her own way.
Joan Braderman talks about and appears in front of a projected version of DYNASTY.
While villain Grizzle plots against the Care Bears, it is up to Oopsy Bear to come to their rescue.
A coming-of-age comedy about a 14-year-old boy whose best friend tries to 'cure' him of being gay.
This special contains Kathy Griffin's performance at the Tennessee Theatre in Knoxville, TN on May 1, 2010.
Debbie goes to hell after she commits suicide. When she gets there she finds herself in the middle of a power struggle. The Devil asks her to get his horns back so that he can regain control of his realm.
At Betty Boop's Auto Hospital, the cars are treated for various humanlike ailments.
A high-octane satirical look at gay men as seen from a very unique POV. Dirty Baby washed up on the shore of the Fire Island Pines and what she witnesses defies description.
The film traces the rise of one of the world's premier architects, Norman Foster, and his unending quest to improve the quality of life through design.
Two eccentric fugitives become roommates in Miami to avoid the law, while one dresses in drag as the other's aunt, leading to deception and murder.
Alexandra Pelosi looks at money in politics and interviews wealthy donors to Republican and Democratic parties to ask them about their contributions and philosophies. Also: a look at efforts to enact campaign-finance reform.
Registration of the concert on 10th July 1985, at Wembley Stadium, London, UK
If you only know Craig Ferguson as host of The Late Late Show or as Drew Carey's sitcom boss, you're missing out. The gloriously ribald Scot takes to the stage in this all-new comedy special for a night of jokes and storytelling peppered with the kinds of words he's not allowed to say on network TV. Before a hootin' and hollerin' Nashville audience, Ferguson tackles every topic from celebrity sex scandals to booze to his own hilarious heavy metal past - all in an accent that makes him sound downright refined.
Lonesome Luke at the San Diego Exposition.
The cartoon is believed to be a propaganda film by Stokely Van Camp beans against Heinz. There is a strong reference to Heinz in the beginning of the film as, "that British [UK] brand." As well as how unknown, unpopular, and not as strong if a product as Van Camp's.
Jimmy Carr, Sean Lock and Jon Richardson take on the famous words and numbers quiz.
Comedienne and writer Chelsea Handler discusses the topics of marriage, racism, Silicon Valley, and drugs. Filmed in four parts.
Abdullah Saeed and two VICE co-workers go on epic journeys of exploration and self-discovery in forgotten corners of the world. What could possibly go wrong?
Wanda Does It was a television show on Comedy Central that displayed "a day in the life" of the world of comedian Wanda Sykes. The show was canceled in early January, 2005 though the last episode aired November 16, 2004. Six episodes were made.
See the top of the world through the eyes of Australia’s favourite comedian when Anh Do travels to Scandinavia and Iceland to discover the Nordic secret to happiness.
Daisy Does America is a hybrid reality/comedy series that premiered on TBS on 6 December 2005. The show, similar to British actress and comedian Daisy Donovan's previous outing for British television Daisy, Daisy, was adapted for US audiences by actors Courteney Cox Arquette and David Arquette for their Coquette Productions and distributed by Warner Brothers Television. In this unscripted program, Donovan attempts to follow the "American Dream" by blending in with ordinary people while at the same time poking fun at the individuals she is working with. Daisy Does America aired on LIVING2 in the UK, TV2 in New Zealand and UKTV in Australia
From gondoliers of Venice to pasta nonnas of Bari, comedian Anh Do is on a special quest to experience the best of Italy in this two part series.
See Brazil through the eyes of Australian comedian and best-selling author Anh Do. From Rio to the Amazon and Salvador to São Paulo, Anh brings us his unique take on the people, cuisine, customs and culture of modern-day Brazil. As always, Anh throws himself into the action and this adventure could be his craziest yet.
Comedian Anh Do returns to Vietnam to rediscover the land of his birth. He gives us a special insight into modern day Vietnam, from local family life to incredible culinary delights and the best adventures Vietnam has to offer.
Comedian and best-selling author Anh Do follows up his top-rating 2012 travelogue to Vietnam with an all-new journey of discovery through Great Britain. Stepping foot on British soil for the first time, Anh sets out to uncover the more unique aspects of the nation and its people in the two-part series.
Comic Relief Does Fame Academy is a spin-off of the original Fame Academy show where celebrities sing as students of the Academy. The programme was launched in 2003 to help raise money for the charities supported by Comic Relief, with the final of the show occurring on Red Nose Day. Coverage of the show was widely shown on BBC One, BBC Three, BBC Prime and the CBBC Channel. Many consider the celebrity version of the show to be far more successful than its predecessor. The Comic Relief series returned in 2005 and again in March 2007. It was announced by the BBC that Cat Deeley would not return because she was hosting So You Think You Can Dance. However, Patrick Kielty returned with co-host and host of the former spin-off show Claudia Winkleman.
An enterprise offers limitless opportunity to those wishing to escape reality, but this new world is not what it seems.