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Visual Effects (feature film)
When a girl is kidnapped by slavers, her sister goes to the 1940s pulp fiction hero Jake Speed for help. She and Jake, who is the star of a popular adventure series, write the latest episode of his story as they travel to Africa to rescue her sister.
Art Department (feature film)
When a princess is kidnapped, threatening the long-standing peace between humans and giants, a young farmer leads a rescue mission to the giants' kingdom.
Two Jedi Knights must protect a young queen from a mysterious creature who wants to destroy her.
Film Production - Construction/Set (feature film)
Cocky young gambler Jake Green gets into trouble in Las Vegas and attracts the attention of the city's seedy, eccentric criminal underground.
A Welch abattoir is the setting for series of mysterious occurrences that befall a young family who are haunted by the angry ghost of a child who died there.
Most nights in the Bucket home, dinner is a watered-down bowl of cabbage soup, which young Charlie gladly shares with his mother and father and both pairs of grandparents. Every night, the last thing Charlie sees from his window is Willy Wonka's great factory, and he drifts off to sleep dreaming about what might be inside. For nearly fifteen years, no one has seen a single worker going in or coming out of the factory, or caught a glimpse of Wonka himself, yet, great quantities of chocolate are still being made and shipped all over the world. One day Willy Wonka makes a momentous announcement. He will open his famous factory and reveal "all of its secrets and magic" to five lucky children who find golden tickets hidden inside five randomly selected Wonka chocolate bars. Nothing would make Charlie's family happier than to see him win but the odds are very much against him as they can only afford to buy one chocolate bar a year, for his birthday. One by one, news breaks around the world about the children finding golden tickets and Charlie's hope grows dimmer. But then, something wonderful happens. Charlie finds some money on the snowy street and takes it to the nearest store for a Wonka Whipple-Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight. There, under the wrapper is a flash of gold. It's the last ticket. Charlie is going to the factory! The family decides that Grandpa Joe, who used to work in the factory, should be the one to accompany Charlie on this adventure. Once inside, Charlie is dazzled by one amazing sight after another. Wondrous gleaming contraptions of Wonka's own invention churn, pop, and whistle, crews of merry Oompa-Loompas mine mountains of fudge beside a frothy chocolate waterfall, a hundred trained squirrels on a hundred tiny stools shell nuts for chocolate bars, and Wonka himself pilots an impossible glass elevator that rockets every which way you can think of through the fantastic factory. Almost as intriguing as his fanciful inventions is Willy Wonka. He thi
A musical portrait of American composer Cole Porter in which the musician looks back on his life as if it was one of his spectacular stage shows, with the people and events of his life becoming the actors and action onstage. Through elaborate production numbers Porter's elegant, excessive past comes
A drama set in present-day London about a supermarket check-out girl named Penny and her taxi-driver, common law husband, Phil. The couple have two overweight children: Rachel cleans at a home for elderly people, and Rory is unemployed and aggressive. The joy has gone out of Phil's and Penny's life
At the start of the New Year, 32-year-old "singleton" Bridget decides it's time to take control of her life and start keeping a diary. Now, the most provocative, erotic and hysterical book on her bedside table is the one she's writing. With a taste for adventure, and an opinion on every subject--fro
A woman asks her caretaker to start a marijuana farm to pay off the debt on her recently acquired house.
William Schwenck Gilbert is the librettist, writing the words. Arthur Sullivan is the composer, writing the music. Gilbert is the very model of a 19th-century British gentleman, an overly proper married man certain that he knows best. For nearly a decade, Gilbert and Sullivan's collaborations have d
Set in London over a weekend, a comedy drama which follows Hannah and Annie, two friend who are reuniting for the first time in six years since they have left University. As they catch up and reflect on the early days of their friendship, the story flashes back to the mid-eighties of their youthful antics and memories of their first meeting. It is through these memories, and a few chance encounters over the weekend with both old and new acquaintances, that they see how they've changed, yet find that their close bond has remained--even deepened.
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