On the rocky path to sobriety after a life-changing accident, John Callahan discovers the healing power of art, willing his injured hands into drawing hilarious, often controversial cartoons, which bring him a new lease on life.
A brutal serial killer is finally gunned down in the middle of carrying out one last heinous act of bloody murder. In the maniac’s possession, a box of Guatemalan talismans, which mistakenly end up being sold as charm jewelry in Chloe’s Collectables thrift shop. Soon those who bought the Worry Dolls begin to act strangely out of character and cause other rash of senseless slaughter. An ancient curse is consuming the city and pits a hardened detective against the clock to save his 8 year-old daughter’s life.
Harold Van Pelham (Lloyd) is a hypochondriac, rich businessman who sails to the tropics for his 'health.' Instead of the peace and seclusion he is seeking, he finds himself in the middle of a revolution. He is imprisoned where he befriends the friendly giant, Colosso (Aasen), and they engineer an escape. Together, they quell the revolution.
While serving time in a brutal women's detention center. Eva wishes away her troubles to a set of tiny Worry Dolls. The dolls crawl in her ear at night and soon Eva becomes possessed.
A father and son unknowingly sleep with the same woman, then four years later compete over the paternity of a child either of them could be the father of.
George Bunny's career as a screen comedian was an attempt to cash in on his brother, John's reputation, but George is no comedian. Here he plays a young man -- he is supposed to have been in his mid-fifties when this movie was made, but if so, he could have passed for 30 -- who heads over to a sanitarium filled with the usual crazy types, falls in love and runs off with the leading lady, all without doing anything that might be called in the least funny.
a certain worry enveloped in the covering of the ground, illuminated around a face, light on something ferocious, touch upon something gentle.
A psychological thriller spec for the Time’s Up era.
London gentleman David spends a day and all his cash to bring his one-night stand a presentation folder at her office in Liverpool, only to be rather rudely ignored a minute later. After a night on the streets, he meets diner waitress Tina, who takes pity on him. David wins spending money at the race tracks and decides to spend it on a playful tour of the city guided by Tina, which is mainly an excuse to get close romantically and learn about each-other.
As a sea nomad, Hook grew up with the ocean as his universe. Now he must make a courageous voyage to salvage the remains of his dying culture
Acclaimed Montreal band Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra is one of a growing number of rock groups to have accepted an infant into their touring tribe. Touring with children is both costly and complicated, yet SMZ are determined to combine family life and being on the road with the band's deep political commitment.
For her London exhibition, ‘Worry Will Vanish’, Rist has transformed the gallery into a fully immersive, sensory environment. Projected against two walls, ‘Worry Will Vanish Horizon’ (2014) is a journey inside the human body, based on a three-dimensional animation. Rist delights in patterns created by manipulating creases of skin, caressing, pushing and pulling to depict the varied textures of human flesh. These corporeal images periodically overlap with close-up fragments from nature as Rist blurs the boundaries between the self and organic structures. She explores the relationship between internal and external, how individuals are linked to the tissues and blood vessels of other organisms, and in so doing, she suggests relationships with the universe at large.
In the spring of 2016, Jeff Rosenstock and his band moved into a castle in the foggy mountains of California to make a new record and invited their friend and director JD Brown to document the process.
A man is mistaken by foreign agents for a defecting cosmonaut and must prove his identity while evading capture.
A 19-year-old searches for her twin brother after he runs away from home, following a fight with their father.
The wacky Robot Chicken writers take on every holiday that ever existed in this holiday special! We see what Mother's Day is like for the Disney characters, a talented Jewish boy raps about gelt, a young Pilgrim man has a special surprise for his family on the first Thanksgiving, and Santa has a little trouble with his neighbor up at the North Pole.
After an accident, Mun-Gi wakes up to find that he’s forgotten who he is. Searching for clues about his life, he meets Yeon-Hwa, who introduces herself as a ghost.
Smith is searching for his guiding star. For centuries his expeditions have been in vain. But then one night, just as he's about to give up, the star emerges - on the night sky above his bed. But the festivities are cut short, when Smith discovers the star is just a reflection in his window. Reason tells Smith that the star doesn't really exist, but in his heart, Smith knows he's found what he was looking for.
Don't Worry Chachu is an Indian sitcom, which premiered on SAB TV on October 3, 2011. The series stars Aashif Sheikh and Sugandha Mishra in the main lead.
Should I Worry About...? was a British documentary series that aired on BBC One from 9 September 2004 to 18 August 2005. It was presented by Richard Hammond, where he looked at the science behind headline health scares. The series has been repeated on Dave.
Don't Worry Ho Jayega is an Indian television comedy series that aired on Sahara TV now as Sahara One. The series starrs known comedy actor Ashok Saraf in the main lead, and is produced by his wife Nivedita Saraf. The series premiered on April 4, 2000, and aired on every Tuesday at 8pm IST.
Show host Leo Ajkic listens to Norwegians' worries about immigration, climate change and more.
Kimihara Himeno, also known as "Hime," goes about her life, love, and studies just like any ordinary high school girl. The only difference is that she's a centaur. She enjoys her school life along with classmates of many unique shapes, including Nozomi the draconid, Kyoko the goatfolk, an angelfolk class representative, and Sassas-chan the Antarctican. Hime's younger cousin Shino-chan, her friend Maki-chan, and the class representative's four younger sisters also join the cast in this very cute slice-of-life story about girls who are human, yet aren't!
Ever worried about laboratory-grown meat, accidentally touching someone’s hand on the train or the impending nuclear apocalypse? Then join Jon Richardson as he hilariously works out exactly how worried the British public should be about everything there is to worry about.
It Takes a Worried Man was a British TV sitcom. It was made by Thames Television and ran for three series, broadcast from October 1981 to November 1983. The first two series were broadcast on the ITV network, and the third and final series on Channel 4. Most episodes were written by the star, Peter Tilbury, who played office worker Philip Roath.