From the American dream to corporate greed, Belfort goes from penny stocks and righteousness to IPOs and a life of corruption in the late '80s. Excess success and affluence in his early twenties as founder of the brokerage firm Stratton Oakmont warranted Belfort the title The Wolf of Wall Street.
From eight female Maori directors come eight connected stories, each taking place at the same moment in time during the tangi (funeral) of a small boy, Waru, who has died at the hands of a caregiver. The eight stories are all subtly linked and follow different female characters as they come to terms with Waru's death and try to find a way forward in their community. In Maori, 'waru' means eight.
The Cybermen are on the march. The last remaining humans are hunted down. Lies are exposed, truths are revealed. And for the Doctor, nothing will ever be the same.
The fantastic tale of an 18th-century aristocrat, his talented henchmen and a little girl in their efforts to save a town from defeat by the Turks. Being swallowed by a giant sea monster, a trip to the moon, a dance with Venus and an escape from the Grim Reaper are only some of the improbable adventures.
This film follows the adventures of He-Man, known and loved by children around the world. Good and evil clash as He-Man goes after a device that controls time and space. He must ensure that it doesn't get to the wrong hands before it's too late. The film has grown an immense cult following despite being a commercial failure.
Shaun Micallef and the Mad as Hell team present a satirical view of the week in politics.
We discover a great new product guaranteed to improve hygiene, Aunty Val explains the concept of luck, and the Bondi Blackfella proves yet again that nothing, not even a drowning, stands between him and knock off time.
The Goggleboxers share their thoughts on the week's TV highlights.
Carol Reed was an English film director known for Odd Man Out (1947), Night Train to Munich (1948) The Fallen Idol (1948), Our Man in Havana (1959) and the musical Oliver! (1968) for which he received the Academy Award for Best Director. However his greatest film for which his is best known perhaps is his adaptation of Graham Greene's The Third Man (1949) starring Orson Welles and featuring the iconic Anton Karas 'Harry Lime' theme.
Sissy Spacek made her debut with a minor role in Andy Warhol's Women in Revolt (1971) and received attention for her performance in Terence Mallick's Badlands (1973). Spacek rose to prominence in Brian De Palma's Carrie (1976), receiving her first Oscar nomination. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her portrayal of Country and Western singer Loretta Lynn in the Coal Miner's Daughter (1980). Other Oscar nominated roles roles include Missing (1982), The River (1984), Crimes of the Heart (1986) and In the Bedroom (2001).
An award-winning war epic where a band of Russian soldiers fight against a ruthless German army in a devastated city, and in the process become deeply connected to two Russian women.
Coppola, Scorsese, Lucas and Spielberg. These are the stories of the movies that have become timeless classics and defined the Seventies.
We highlight two bogus stories amid genuine coronavirus fears. Media condemns Bettina Arndt’s comments following the murder of Hannah Clarke and her three children. The Institute of Public Affairs polls 1000 people and concludes the ABC is out of touch. Nine’s Today falls victim to a satirical news story featuring singer Ed Sheeran.
Gina's voice recognition software is causing difficulties and John is having trouble with technology. The millennium bug looks like it might threaten the games. A live webchat doesn't quite go to plan.
A growing nation of genetically evolved apes led by Caesar is brought to the brink of war with a band of human survivors of the devastating virus unleashed a decade earlier.
Danny twists the key of a dusty science fiction game that unleashes a localised meteor shower and wrenches the house into orbit around a distant planet, bringing his brother and sister along for the ride.
Four strangers' lives collide at an immigration detention centre: an airline hostess, an Afghan refugee, a dad, and a bureaucrat.
When a successful New York advertising executive suffers a great tragedy, he retreats from life. While his concerned friends try desperately to reconnect with him, he seeks answers from the universe by writing letters to Love, Time and Death. But it's not until his notes bring unexpected personal responses that he begins to understand how these constants interlock in a life fully lived, and how even the deepest loss can reveal moments of meaning and beauty.
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