When Andrew Sterling (Samuel L. Jackson), a successful black urbanite writer, buys a vacation home on a resort in New England the police mistake him for a burglar. After surrounding his home with armed men, Chief Tolliver (Dabney Coleman) realizes his mistake and to avoid the bad publicity offers a thief in his jail, Amos Odell (Nicolas Cage) a deal.
Downtrodden but creative English school-teacher (Danny Kaye) on archeological trip discovers joys of love and circus life with acrobat (Pier Angeli).
A mother searches for five years to find her kidnapped son in this fact-based drama. Unexpectedly the boy is found, but the reunion is not as she hoped. She now has to deal with five years of abuse that the boy suffered at the hands of his kidnappers.
British superstar composer Andrew Lloyd Webber is feted in this 50th birthday benefit gala produced by Lloyd Webber's own theatrical company at London's historic Royal Albert Hall. The tribute includes highlights from Lloyd Webber's blockbuster stage hits, including The Phantom of the Opera, Cats, Evita, and Sunset Boulevard. An eclectic performing cast filmed live during the event features Tina Arena, Michael Ball, Antonio Banderas, Boyzone, Sarah Brightman, Glenn Close, Julian Lloyd Webber, Marcus Lovett, Lottie Mayor, Dennis O'Neill, Donny Osmond, Elaine Paige, Ray Shell, Kiri Te Kanawa, and Bonnie Tyler
Outrageous, misogynistic and vulgar-to-the-max comedian Andrew Dice Clay does his stuff in this combination stand-up concert video and series of comedy sketches. The sketches, demonstrating that The Dice Man used to be a klutzy wimp, begin the film which then jumps into a filled-to-capacity performance at Madison Square Gardens. The film contains strong profanity, blatant racist remarks, graphic references to sex and other "adult" subjects.
Just when you thought you where safe, the "indestructible" Andrew Dice Clay is back with a brand new stand-up comedy special - his first in 15 years - proving he is still the undisputed heavyweight comedy king. Filmed in Chicago at the Arcada Theater, Dice picks up where he left off, taking on every taboo topic from gay marriage to racial stereotypes to sexual exploits.
To get to know the world he lives in, college kid Andrew Jenks doesn't take off to remote, exotic places with a backpack, but instead decides to go and stay in a retirement home in Florida for a few weeks. There, he gets acquainted with Tammy, Libby, Dotty and Bill, all of whom are past their prime. These few weeks turn into a valuable experience for Jenks, who approaches the elderly people with an open mind and takes a close look at the less cheerful sides of old age, including decay and dependence.
Director Don Boyd's portrayal of the extraordinary love story between a retired bus driver from Croydon and a retired teacher from Chelsea. One took to cruising public toilets and succumbed to drug addiction, crime and prison before personal rehabilitation. The other moved in a social sphere of dinner parties and T S Eliot readings at the seaside, yet had struggles of a different kind. (Storyville)
When Andrew Long, hyper-efficient small town accountant, finds a $1240 discrepancy in the city budget, his superiors try to explain it away. When he insists on pursuing the matter, he's in danger of being blamed himself. In his trouble, the spirit of Andrew Jackson, whom he idolizes, visits him, and in turn, summons much high-powered talent from American history...which only Andrew can see.
Half Mick, half WOP, hard-headed comedian Andrew Santino returns to his Chicago hometown for a stand-up special with the authentic taste of a city made of Italian beef, Old Style and deep dish. Shot at the historic Vic Theater, Santino touches on everything from growing up thinking he was black and a disgust with bachelorette parties, to his bouts with severe acne and male porn stars envy.
1989 Stand up comedy from Andrew Dice Clay. No holds barred and unapologetic, the "Diceman" tells it like it is.
After suffering a life-threatening stroke four years ago, the broadcaster and political journalist Andrew Marr quickly regained his ability to speak and was able to resume work. But he is still frustrated by lack of movement in his left arm, hand and leg. In this very intimate story, Andrew is on a mission to understand the mysteries of the human brain and to achieve further recovery. He meets some of Britain's million plus stroke survivors and travels the world in search of a miracle cure.
September of 2001 saw the ground breaking introduction of musical theater to China, with MASTERPIECE - THE MUSIC OF ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER presented at The Great Hall of the People. This spectacular live concert stars Elaine Page and recording sensation Kris Philips (Fei Xiang) together with an international ensemble cast and sixty piece orchestra. MASTERPIECE - THE MUSIC OF ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER includes performances of many hits from his internationally acclaimed productions including CATS, THE FANTOM OF THE OPERA, EVITA and JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR. Be a part of this truly historic Masterpiece that is THE MUSIC OF ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER, live in Beijing.
The Dice-Man, live at Long Island's Westbury Music Fair, poses such questions as "Why am I a bad guy for talking dirty, when other celebrities like Madonna and Woody Allen are doing much worse?" The infamously potty-mouthed comic is at his raunchy, bitingly funny best, exploring topics like masculinity and world politics. And of course, no Andrew Dice Clay performance would be complete without his signature naughty nursery rhymes.
Best known for his Tony-nominated, Grammy-winning portrayal of Elder Price in The Book of Mormon and as Elijah in HBO’s Girls, Andrew Rannells earned a second Tony nomination for his role in Falsettos at Lincoln Center Theater in 2017. Other Broadway credits include Jersey Boys, Hairspray, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, and Hamilton. For this special, filmed live at The Appel Room, he brings his golden voice and wry wit to a sparkling set of songs—including a not-to-be-missed rendition of “Born to Run.”
Legendary physician Dr. Andrew Weil, bestselling author of nine books and professor of internal medicine at the University of Arizona - Tuscon, headlines the 2005 PBS documentary special Andrew Weil, M.D.: Healthy Aging. Based on Weil's bestseller Healthy Aging: A Guide to Your Physical and Spiritual Well-Being, the program consists of Weil discussing his principles, on-camera, as they involve making a smoother transition to advanced age in contemporary society. He begins by cutting dramatically against the grain of popular thought, and asserting the somewhat revolutionary notion that aging and disease do not necessarily need to go hand-in-hand. The internist then provides a myriad of suggestions aimed at 60+ viewers who wish to dramatically extend their lives and improve the condition of their lives - from dietary considerations to exercise and meditation. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
The acclaimed musician's rigorous touring year culminates in perpetual fever as he crosses the finish line on crutches from an onstage injury. Concert documentary features collaborators Martin Dosh, Annie Clark of St. Vincent, and others.
Dubliner Andrew Maxwell is more than a stand up comedian - he's your clown and friend. Renowned for his unique blend of comedy and well-observed fast-paced streams of consciousness, if you like your comedy funny and your storytelling memorable then this is the live show for you.
Rockstar Andrew WK goes nuts in a wild life Park this documentary looks into the mysteries surrounding Andrew WK