Charley Partanna is an underworld hit man who likes to mind his own business, eat, drink, make love, and kill whoever gets in the way of the Mafia family he works for, until he meets his match in the beautiful Irene Walker. Their love affair takes a turn for the bizarre when Charley discovers that Irene is also a professional killer - and she's out to get him.
Town of the Living Dead is a new unscripted series set in Jasper a small Alabama town where the community are trying to complete their own independent zombie movie - a venture that has been six years in the making. Based on a town urban legend, their film centres on a group of friends trying to survive a zombie apocalypse in rural Alabama. The series will follow the intrepid and motley crew of amateur filmmakers as they struggle against every obstacle imaginable to get to a final cut of their film which they hope could someday become a movie.
Brothers Reg and Lindsay Morgan are struggling to keep their organic blood and bone fertiliser business in motion. Their secret 'recipe' for success (using dead car crash victims in their product) was a huge boon to business, but lately supply has been gravely low.
The story of Brian, a reluctant would-be messiah who rises to prominence as a result of a series of absurd and truly hilarious circumstances, providing ample opportunity for the entire Monty Python ensemble to shine in multiple roles as they mock everyone and everything from ex-lepers, Pontius Pilate and the art of haggling to crazy prophets, Roman centurions and crucifixion. In what was the troupe's third film, they deliver a scathing, anarchic satire of both religion and Hollywood's depiction of all things biblical.
Elle Woods has it all. She's the president of her sorority, a Hawaiian Tropic girl, Miss June in her campus calendar, and, above all, a natural blonde. She dates the cutest fraternity boy on campus and wants nothing more than to be Mrs. Warner Huntington III. But, there's just one thing stopping Warner from popping the question: Elle is too blonde.
This Woody Allen film follows a pair of married couples, Alfie (Anthony Hopkins) and Helena (Gemma Jones), and their daughter Sally (Naomi Watts) and husband Roy (Josh Brolin), as their passions, ambitions, and anxieties lead them into trouble and out of their minds.
Hannah, Adam and Jessa each try to convince Caroline and Laird to forgo their planned home birth.
With women generally outliving men, Judith Lucy tries to get an idea of what her life might be like in 20 year's time. She takes to the streets as an elderly woman and soon realises she needs some advice on becoming a senior, so she catches up with 91-year-old actor and friend Lois Ramsey for some advice on how to grow old gracefully.
Hannah faces a family dilemma while Jessa and Ace surprise Mimi-Rose and Adam. Meanwhile, Ray hosts a campaign party.
Hurtling towards midlife is a shock for anyone, and Judith Lucy discovers that being a woman in the public eye makes it even more confronting. Model and media personality Deborah Hutton talks candidly about ageing in front of the camera, while funny lady Denise Scott reveals she didn't realise she'd been photoshopped for years.
If she'd been born one generation earlier, Judith Lucy's career options probably would have ranged all the way from housewife to hairdresser. Even her chosen career of stand-up comedy was a pretty blokey world when she entered it, and Australia still has one of the most segregated workforces in the world - e.g. plumbers will more than likely be men, while 90% of nurses are women. So to find out why, Judith swaps her mic for a bed pan and lets her nursing skills loose on a hospital ward, then catches up with two pioneering female pilots, including Deborah Lawrie, who had to take Ansett Airlines to court in 1979 for the right to fly a plane.
When a flight bound for Mexico City runs into trouble, the frightened passengers aboard start sharing their deepest secrets to distract themselves from impending doom - with hilarious results.
Hannah begins a new job and goes on a date with a co-worker. Mimi-Rose hosts an art show.
This observational documentary reveals the humour, chaos and passion that went into bringing the Flying Circus to the stage, while offering unique insights into each of the stars. There is Eric Idle pulling the show together with Broadway panache, Terry Jones distracted by his latest feature film, John Cleese's detail-driven perfectionism, Michael Palin rediscovering the joy of improvisation, and Terry Gilliam, restless with the demands of returning to Python. Alongside the rehearsals, the story of Monty Python Live emerges as the journey to The O2 arena also takes place through four decades of Python history.
Hannah has an epiphany while Ray addresses his community board. Meanwhile, Marnie and Desi disagree about their sound and Adam is shocked by a revelation.
Judith Lucy doesn't have kids. Her desire to have them lasted about a nanosecond. But with motherhood intrinsic in so many women's lives, she's keen to get a taste of what it could be like, and takes charge of her very own baby - a plastic, African American robot child named Lucy Junior. Lucy Junior needs diligent care, but will Judith pass the test and be a good mum?
When Judith Lucy's mother was young, women were courted by men, got married and had kids - full stop. Judith herself did things a bit differently, describing her dating life in her 20s as "a waking nightmare of stupidity and drunken regret". But now that she's in her 40s, she's mystified about the mating rituals of young women and men in Australia. So to try and work them out, she heads to the country and a raucous, modern incarnation of the classic Australian bachelors and spinsters ball, where she discovers that the drinking hasn't changed but the rules of attraction have.
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