A combo arrives late at the competition. They try to find the jury and show their performance.
Bartender at Large is a love letter to the art of bartending and the world of craft cocktails. It provides an examination into the modern cocktail renaissance, and allows you to experience it all through the lens of one bartender’s road trip. The trip itself takes viewers behind the scenes on a trek across the western U.S., from a speakeasy in Denver to a dive bar in Tucson to an elegant hotel bar in Santa Fe. In addition, the film highlights the perspectives of those benefiting by the cocktail’s recent boom—local farmers, small distillers, eager customers—but most importantly it showcases the one who puts it all the together; the bartender. This is a film, which tells a story that is every bit as intoxicating as the beverages it describes.
The Noharas must survive a hoard of man-eating killer cacti after Shin-chan's father relocates the family to Mexico for work.
One century ago, a French circus elephant got himself into trouble.
A wobbly street vendor (Noel 'Ungga' Ayala), an ignorant probinsyano (Rene Requiestas) and an unemployed loafer (Jimmy Santos) meet in a small-time restaurant run by Mama L (Vangie Labalan). Realizing they all have hungry stomachs, they hang on to each other. After several attempts in looking for a job, they finally sees a solution to their problems, the lottery. - Written by anonymous
A crime ring is smuggling gold from Mexico across the border in the US. The Customs Service sends an agent to Mexico to try to infiltrate the ring and stop the smuggling.
An innocent man is bamboozled into trading places with a dangerous escaped convict.
Double Extra Large-XXL is the Indonesian films in 26 November 2009 by directed by Ivander Tedjasukmana. The film stars among others by Aming and Mey Chan.
George Reeves is cast as FBI agent Bob Grayson, working in collaboration with Max (Richard Derr), a British agent posing as a fugitive German aviator. Meanwhile, fearless girl reporter Dallas Dayle (Marjorie Weaver) is assigned by her editor to track down the enemy aviator and get an exclusive story. When she catches up with Grayson and Max, Dallas is under the impression that Grayson is a rival reporter and Max is the genuine fugitive, leading to the usual complications.
Directed by Marcel L'Herbier.
Women At Large was a video series by Sharlyne Powell for larger sized women. Music by Entertainment Tonight's very own John Tesh and Michael Hanna of the John Tesh Project.
Teva, a young Tahitian with a passion for film making, was compelled to leave his homeland to fulfill his ambitions. Having become a director, he returns to Tahiti and is once again confronted with the same painful choice that he had to make ten years before; should he stay or go? Did he make the right choice the last time?
Frankie Wei Hung is the Swordsman At Large, who everyone wants to kill. They even create a superlative sword simply for this purpose, but the blade is soon coveted even more than the hero's death by it! Bandits, beauties, and blade masters battle for survival in this exciting story of deceit, betrayal, and death, expertly guided by the same director who brought The Twin Swords, The Thundering Sword, and The Sword And The Lute to the Shawscope screen.
Alex, a professional tourist guide, is asked to welcome Sacha,a young woman of Russian extraction. She has participated in a contest and, consequently, won a one-week stay in Geneva. From the outset, the young woman shakes up Alex's plans and drags him along with her through a risky and hazardous treasure-hunt at the confines of Eastern Switzerland. Wanted by the police and hunted down by the mafia, Alex and Sacha decide to shake off their pursuers by moving about more slowly than the others: they then advance through lakes and other roundabout ways. While Alex and Sacha sink deeply into an ever stranger Switzerland, they will observe, discover, oppose and finally love each other to the vanishing point.
George Wallace brings his distinct style of humor to this jam-packed casino comedy concert. Wallace’s hilarious insights will keep you laughing from the beginning to end, proving once again the he’s Large and In Charge.
Drag Superstar Bob the Drag Queen arrives purse first and ready to take prisoners in her debut comedy special, Suspiciously Large Woman, fresh off the world premiere at the 2017 Outfest in Los Angeles. No one is safe when the winner of RuPaul's Drag Race season 8 returns to her hometown of Atlanta after touring the world to hilariously tackle topics such as sex, white people, New York, and the one and only Beyoncé.
On the left of the screen, a small group of men lift the top off of what appears to be a turbine with a crane and continue to check the machine, tightening various parts with wrenches. On the right side, a few men appear to be testing the workings of what may be a turbine.
Barlow at Large is a British television programme broadcast in the 1970s, starring Stratford Johns in the title role. Johns had previously played Barlow in the Z-Cars, Softly, Softly and Softly, Softly: Taskforce series on BBC television during the 1960s and early 1970s. Barlow at Large began as a three-part self-contained spin-off from Softly, Softly: Taskforce in 1971 with Barlow co-opted by the home office to investigate police corruption in Wales. Johns left Softly, Softly for good in 1972, but returned for a further series of Barlow at Large in the following year, Barlow having gone on full-time secondment to the Home Office. This second series, rather than telling one story in serial form, as the 1971 series had, was instead ten 50-minute episodes, each with a self-contained story. In this series, Barlow was supported by Norman Comer as Detective Sergeant Rees, who had been helpful to him during the first series. He also had to deal with the political machinations of the senior civil servant Fenton. In 1974 the series was renamed Barlow and a further two series of eight episodes each followed, introducing the character of Detective Inspector Tucker, played by Derek Newark. The final episode was transmitted in February 1975. The Barlow character was seen again in the series Second Verdict in which he, along with his former colleague John Watt, looked into unsolved cases and unsafe convictions from history.