The night after another unsatisfactory New Year party, Tim's father tells his son that the men in his family have always had the ability to travel through time. Tim can't change history, but he can change what happens and has happened in his own life – so he decides to make his world a better place... by getting a girlfriend. Sadly, that turns out not to be as easy as he thinks.
With much of America lying in ruins, the rest of the world braces for a global sharknado, Fin and his family must travel around the world to stop them.
When an old clock arrives at home as a gift, strange things begin to happen. The family that proudly assigned a privileged place to the clock in the living room, is unaware that this thing is a link to an old and evil house...
Three men walk into a bar; two geeks and a cynic. They are three ordinary blokes who all have dreams and hopes for an exciting and better future
Netflix presents standup and two-time Last Comic Standing finalist Gary Gulman. Titled It’s About Time, the tour marks Gulman’s 20th year in comedy and stops at the Bowery Ballroom in New York.
A short film about love, loss and letting go. A young man, raised by his father after the death of his mother, finds himself stalled in his life and unable to pursue his dreams of pursuing an acting career. Performing in a play in his hometown, he meets an older actress who acts as a catalyst, changing everything.
An entry in the Bell Science animated film series, on the nature of time.
A young man's night takes an eventful turn after a mysterious object appears in his backyard.
The first major profile of the great British film director Nicolas Roeg, examining his very personal vision of cinema as in such films as Don't Look Now, Performance, Walkabout and The Man Who Fell to Earth. Roeg reflects on his career, which began as a leading cinematographer, and on the themes that have obsessed him, such as our perception of time and the difficulty of human relationships.
Crossover comedian Earthquake serves up his straightforward brand of humor in this live stand-up performance. Earthquake's explosive jokes, intelligence and undeniable appeal make him a favorite of both urban and mainstream audiences -- he's appeared on Bill Maher's talk show and gone on the road with the Def Comedy Jam stand-up circuit. This one-hour special showcases the comedian at his unstoppable best.
Crossover comedian Earthquake serves up his straightforward brand of humor in this live stand-up performance . Earthquake's explosive jokes, intelligence and undeniable appeal make him a favorite of both urban and mainstream audiences -- he's appeared on Bill Maher's talk show and gone on the road with the Def Comedy Jam stand-up circuit. This one-hour special showcases the comedian at his unstoppable best.
While his depressed mother has been lying on the couch for some time and his father has disappeared, a clever boy of almost nine builds a time machine. In the voice-over, Markus tells what he has learned about time travel. He takes the viewer along to the past and the future, and what would you know? It is all far less complicated than you think, and at the same time much less is possible than you would like to. To be honest, after a while it is mainly boring, the precocious kid explains. But who is he actually talking to all this time?
Loppan lives in the land of tomorrow where it grows bubble gum in the trees and the wind often blows. Loppan usually plays with the wind, but today the wind is late, so she goes on a small hike.
9 Mexican directors come together to narrate traditions and more brutal, ruthless and bizarre legends of our country. Mexico Barbaro shows the world stories that are part of our popular culture, from sweet stories told by our grandmothers, the tooth fairy, witchcraft, the story behind the weeping woman, sexy Devil' servers, a pagan hero, the burnt woman, up to ancestral culinary bloody rites. Traditions and legends that today continue to cause terror among Mexican people. Included shorts: **Paidós Phobos** (Paidos Phobos) **Potzonalli** (Potzonalli) **Bolas De Fuego** (Fireballs) **Exodoncia** (Exodontia) **Vitriol** (Vitriol) **Dirección** **La Leyenda de Juan Soldado** (Juan the Soldier) "No Te Duermas" (Do not sleep) **Ya Es Hora** (It's About time).
From small town neighborhoods to cities, the shift in the economy and continued financial struggles is having an adverse effect on communities and creating devastating isolation for its inhabitants. As a result, time banks begin to form encouraging members to repair and rebuild their community without cash. But, new time bankers must adapt to a new system without money in order to keep their neighborhoods strong and flourishing.
It's About Time is an American fantasy/science-fiction comedy TV series that aired on CBS for one season of 26 episodes in 1966–1967. The series was created by Sherwood Schwartz, and used sets, props and incidental music from Schwartz's other television series in production at the time, Gilligan's Island.
Our heroine will have the unfortunate ability to see the “life clocks” of everyone around her, including herself, and the hero will somehow be able to stop her “time” without lifting a finger. This story will follow time that is stopped, extended, and even erased through the love they have for each other.