You Can't Take it with You (Preview Clip)

You Can't Take it with You (Preview Clip)

Purchase You Can't Take it with You: http://bit.ly/WUMGfx Jean Stapleton and Art Carney head an all-star cast in this Emmy®-winning* adaption of Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's Pulitzer Prize-winning play. When it comes to eccentric behavior, the Sycamores wrote the book. Grandpa (Art Carney) doesn't believe in paying taxes, daughter Penny (Jean Stapleton) writes terrible plays, son-in-law Paul (Eugene Roche) makes fireworks in the basement, granddaughter Essie (Beth Howland) is a talentless dancer and her husband Ed (Paul Sand) prints anything that pops in his head. So when "normal" granddaughter Alice (Blythe Danner) invites her prospective in-laws to what she plans to be a well-behaved introductory dinner, her fiancé (Barry Bostwick) brings them a day too soon and the real fun's about to begin. Broadcast on CBS-TV on May 16, 1979, and rarely seen since, You Can't Take It With You also features Kenneth Mars, Harry Morgan, Marla Gibbs and more as the Sycamores' zany circle of friends. * Outstanding Achievement in Lighting Direction (electronic) - 1979 ------ 1,000+ Rare films, TV movies, and series on DVD direct from the Studio. http://www.warnerarchive.com

ANOTHER WOMAN (1988) - Satie's "Gymnopedie No. 1" (aka "Marion's theme")

ANOTHER WOMAN (1988) - Satie's "Gymnopedie No. 1" (aka "Marion's theme")

Heard in Woody Allen's ANOTHER WOMAN (1988) as Gena Rowland's "Love Theme." Though not literally the same recording used in the film, it is the same Debussy-influenced interpretation of Satie's original piece.

Little Fockers - Official Trailer - HD (2010)

Little Fockers - Official Trailer - HD (2010)

HDxTrailers Little Fockers - Offical Trailer HD Little Fockers, known as Meet the Parents: Little Fockers in the United Kingdom, is an upcoming 2010 American comedy film and a sequel to both Meet the Parents (2000) and Meet the Fockers (2004) starring Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Blythe Danner, Teri Polo, Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand. It is the first film in the series that was not directed by Jay Roach and was instead directed by Paul Weitz. However, it was produced by Roach. It was announced on August 24, 2010, that Dustin Hoffman will reprise his role as Greg's father, Bernie Focker.[1] In addition to the original cast, Little Fockers stars Jessica Alba, Laura Dern and Harvey Keitel. Gaylord "Greg" Focker and his wife Pam, daughter of a retired CIA agent, now have five-year-old twins. The film deals with how Greg and Pam raise their children.[2][3] Greg goes through a midlife crisis as he ponders the rest of his life, especially the issues of being a good father and provider. Greg's father-in-law Jack reactivates his high suspicions about his son-in-law, now the father of his grandchildren. The high-level tension between Jack and Greg goes full-force again, heading to another major showdown.[4] Directed by Paul Weitz Produced by Jane Rosenthal Robert De Niro Jay Roach John Hamburg Written by Jim Herzfeld John Hamburg Larry Stuckey Starring Robert De Niro Ben Stiller Owen Wilson Blythe Danner Teri Polo Jessica Alba Laura Dern Harvey Keitel Dustin Hoffman Barbra Streisand Music by Stephen Trask Cinematography Remi Adefarasin Editing by Greg Hayden Leslie Jones Myron I. Kerstein Studio Relativity Media TriBeCa Productions Distributed by North America Universal Studios International Paramount Pictures DreamWorks Release date(s) December 22, 2010 Country United States Language English Preceded by Meet the Fockers Robert De Niro as Jack Tiberius Byrnes: He is a retired CIA agent. Married to Dina Byrnes, he is the father of Pamela Martha Focker and the grandfather of her twins by Greg Focker. Ben Stiller as Gaylord "Greg" Myron Focker: The main character. He was a nurse living in Chicago with his wife Pam. He is now a father of 5-year old twins. Blythe Danner as Dina Byrnes: Pam's mother and Jack's wife. In the first two films, she balanced the relationship with Jack as soft spot. Teri Polo as Pamela Martha "Pam" Byrnes-Focker: Greg's wife and mother to his 5-year-old twins. She was engaged briefly to Kevin before marrying Greg. Dustin Hoffman as Bernard "Bernie" Focker: Greg's father and Roz's husband. He is a former attorney that became a stay-at-home father. Barbra Streisand as Rosalind "Roz" Focker: Greg's mother and Bernie's wife. She is a sex therapist for elderly people. Owen Wilson as Kevin Rawley: Once Pamela's fiancé, he returns with a new passion for her which causes cracks in her relationship with Greg. Jessica Alba as Andi, the sexy pharmaceutical-company repesentative who is attracted to Greg. Laura Dern as The Headmistress of the twins' elementary school. Harvey Keitel will play a contractor hired by Greg. Colin Baiocchi as Henry Focker: The son of Greg and Pam, twin brother of Samantha Focker. Daisy Tahan as Samantha Focker: Daughter of Greg and Pam, twin sister of Henry Focker. Production Production for Little Fockers began in July 2009.[5][6] Writer John Hamburg stated the film will deal with "themes of death and divorce and all these real things that as we get older, we start to think about, but in a really comical way."[7] Outside the United States, this will be the first film in the series to be released by Paramount Pictures, which acquired the DreamWorks back catalog in 2006 (and owned the studio itself until 2008), including co-ownership in the Meet the Parents franchise. DreamWorks remains as a co-copyright holder with Universal Studios (as DW Studios).[8] On August 25, 2010, it was revealed that the movie will have several re-shoots to bring back Dustin Hoffman as Bernie Focker. When the movie was in pre-production, the studios couldn't reach an agreement with Hoffman, but finally decided to bring him back for the film. Release In January 2010, the release date for the film was pushed back from July 30, 2010, to December 22, 2010, because Universal, Paramount and DreamWorks hope to benefit from the long Christmas weekend.[9] The first trailer was released on June 24, 2010. It was then shown in front of showings of Grown Ups and Dinner for Schmucks. A second trailer was released online November 10, 2010 and is attached with Morning Glory, Unstoppable and Skyline. The film will be released in the UK on December 22, 2010. Thanks For Watching

Impossible - Cover By Arménio Pimenta

Impossible - Cover By Arménio Pimenta

Este vídeo é um cover da música Impossible, interpretada por Arménio Pimenta. Este vídeo só foi possível com a ajuda de todos que incentivaram a realização de um novo projecto, mas em especial ao Joel Pinto, Lina Fernandes, João Martins, Nuno Sampaio, Joaquim Beteriano, Catarina Coelho, Renato Mesquita, João Heleno e ao JB bar de Vila Real que ajudaram e participaram com trabalho também neste Cover. Obrigado a todos e espero que gostem. This video is a cover of the song Impossible, played by Arménio Pimenta. This video was made possible with help from a everyone who encouraged the realization of a new project, but especially to Joel Pinto, Lina Fernandes, João Martins, Nuno Sampaio, Joaquim Beteriano, Catarina Coelho, Renato Mesquita, João Heleno and JB bar Vila Real who helped and participated in this work also with Cover. Thank you all and hope you enjoy.

Olmo and the Seagull Official Trailer

Olmo and the Seagull Official Trailer

A poetic and existential dive into a woman's mind during the nine months of her pregnancy. For the past ten years Olivia has been an actress of the famous company “Theatre du Soleil” where she met her boyfriend and companion Serge. Part Italian Diva, part punk rocker, she has been accustomed to being the center of attention throughout her life. At the age of 34 things start to change abruptly when she finds out she is pregnant. At first, the couple is delighted. However, the months of the pregnancy unfold as a rite of passage for Olivia who has to confront her inner demons and deep seated fears while slowly trying to rewrite a new philosophy of life and love. The film was created through CPH:LAB who paired both directors together in the end of 2012. Freely inspired by Virginia Woolf’s MRS. DALLOWAY, the directors propose a "mis en scene" of the actors lives constantly playing in the border of fiction and non-fiction.

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