Jessie is an aging career criminal who has been in more jails, fights, schemes, and lineups than just about anyone else. His son Vito, while currently on the straight and narrow, has had a fairly shady past and is indeed no stranger to illegal activity. They both have great hope for Adam, Vito's son and Jessie's grandson, who is bright, good-looking, and without a criminal past.
When their aunt's inheritance is given to their annoying cousin, three brothers and sisters have to work to get it back.
By day, the Duncan's are an upstanding family who run a thriving exotic car dealership in New York. By night, they live a dangerous secret life. When they come under siege the Duncan's will have to stick together or die separately
Chantal Akerman was commissioned by Visions to make this short film for £20,000. It was first shown on 21 November 1984, on Channel 4. Akerman herself plays the role of a director visiting Hollywood to find financing from an uncle she hardly knows. Very little goes to plan… Also stars Aurore Clement and Colleen Camp.
Isaiah Stern has gathered together his grown sons to once more revise his will.
Howie Snyder is an archetype: a retired Marine colonel in his mid-40s, a prototypical American entrepreneur struggling to make his business go. Howie's Shakey's Pizza franchise in Muncie, Indiana employs his whole family: wife, nine children and Howie himself. He is the representative of the American Dream: the chance to invest long hours and hard work in exchange for financial security for oneself and family. To watch Howie Snyder as he dickers for better treatment by the Shakey's chain, as he seeks additional financing to stave off looming bankruptcy and as he sits morosely counting an evening's disappointing receipts is to watch America at work. And to see Howie's family rally around him in the hour of his greatest need is a heartwarming experience.
A father and son work together to maintain the stability of their lucrative family business.
When thieves turned undercover agents Mac (Ivan Sergei) and Li Ann (Sandrine Holt) must get inside access to an organized crime family, they discover the family's "godfather" -- a teenage girl -- is a deadly force to be reckoned with. This feature-length martial arts thriller is a reedited compilation of two episodes from the "Once a Thief" television series. Victoria Pratt, Nicholas Lea and Jennifer Dale also star.
On the heels of The New York Times' breaking news story revealing new information about President Trump’s financial history, David Barstow, Russell Buettner and Susanne Craig expose the untold story of how Donald Trump became rich.
The history of bourbon in Kentucky is told through a series of interviews with key individuals representing several distilleries, including master distillers, who have played important roles in the growth of the industry.
Alan Ayckbourn's riotous exposure of entrepreneurial greed returns to the National Theatre, where it premiered in 1987, winning the Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Play.
Jack Hussar is a legendary Hollywood director, whose persona commands respect and adoration from his fans. Can his son, Jack Jr. maintain his legacy?
A short mock-umentary following ambitious Vincent as he tries to reinvent his family business but his traditional Parents and Grandfather are unconvinced.
Family Business was an American reality TV series produced for the cable network Showtime. Based in Los Angeles, the series focused on the pornography industry and the life of Adam Glasser, a reality porn star and video director who uses the stage name "Seymore Butts". Also featured on the series were his son, Brady, along with his mother, Lila Glasser, and his older cousin, Stevie Glasser, both of whom help Adam run the eponymous "family business" of the series, which in this case is a successful porn video production and distribution house in the San Fernando Valley, known for the "Seymore Butts" line of videos. The series first aired in 2003. In Canada it is broadcast on The Movie Network, Movie Central, and Showcase Television, in the UK on Channel 4, and in Latin America on FX. The first two seasons are currently available on DVD in North America. The series ran for four seasons. The series won the 2005 AVN award for 'Best Alternative Release'.
After learning France is about to legalize pot, a down-on-his-luck entrepreneur and his family race to turn their butcher shop into a marijuana café.
Family business. Can little children train a grown-up? How much time do you need to put five kids to bed? Can you make a business out of your family?
The Family Business is a 1989 Australian sitcom about two sisters and their husbands who live near each other.
Meet the Duncans, a prominent family from Jamaica, Queens. By day, they’re an upstanding family; by night, they live a dangerous secret life.
Mother and daughter Astrid and Audrey are lawyers specializing in family law who take the perilous decision to work together. And how families have changed over recent years! From the bulldog being fought over by his divorcing owners to a fight over shady fertility trade dealings, every case presents a new challenge. But they do have one thing in common: Those fighting them, whether moving, infuriating, or simply comic, are regular people just like us!
Brandy and Ray J: A Family Business is an American reality television series that premiered on VH1 on April 11, 2010. On November 15, 2010, VH1 announced that it renewed the series for a second season.