Dave Chappelle takes on gun culture, the opioid crisis and the tidal wave of celebrity scandals in this defiant stand-up special.
For three high school friends, growing up takes a dangerous turn when the local bully targets them with his aggression. With no one to turn to but each other, they muster the courage to take a shot at settling the score.
A short story about a boy who hurts himself and impresses a girl, all with the same shovel.
This is a true story about a fourteen year-old girl named Emma. Just like any other girl, Emma has a crush; only this crush is on a girl named Alice. Although Emma is a great kid, no matter how hard she tries, she is socially rejected and bullied by her peers. Never the less, her attempts to fit in are relentless.
In Sticks and Stones, the captain of a Canadian Pee-Wee hockey team organizes a tournament to make amends for the horrible treatment an American team received during a visit to Canada in March, 2003.
Leather-Queen George will be there, bragging about his rubber bed sheets. So will The Lavender Guru, a loquacious flower child incessantly babbling hippie-speak. Bobby, who's "new to this whole thing", will be having a panic attack and Bike-Boy Fernando will be showing off his new Prince Albert. Yet despite Peter and Buddy's relationship disintegrating right before our eyes, the party will be a smashing success - especially their inevitable end-of-the-romance tussle on the floor. Described by many as a low-budget version of "The Boys In The Band".
Dona Drake sings "Sticks and Stones".
Delving deeper into the mystery of the legendary Blair Witch and the disappearance of the three student filmmakers in The Blair Witch Project, Sticks and Stones closely examines the evidence of the case. Josh's car, the backpack with the film canisters found under a house in the woods on an archeological dig, and the actual student film footage are all investigated in an effort to illuminate what is scientifically unexplainable. Including interviews with those involved in the Blair Witch sensation, this compelling exploration attempts to unlock the truth about this bizarre phenomenon. Some think it's a hoax, others believe it's the work of the Blair Witch. Only one thing is certain: the three young filmmakers went into the woods and are still missing...
Bambi Lake, a notorious San Francisco transgender performer and entertainer, takes us on a stroll down Polk Street, sharing anecdotes and the history behind her song Golden Age of Hustlers, which was written about her time as a street hustler in the mid-70’s.
In the 1970s, curlers smoked during games. Partying was rampant. Curlers weren't seen as athletes. Warren Hansen wanted to change that and help make curling an Olympic sport. But change is hard, especially hard in curling. Sticks and Stones shows how he spearheaded the drive to ban smoking, promote fitness, bring in officials, coaches, uniforms.
Martin Skovbjerg's ambitious and directorial debut offers a timely and provocative take of toxic friendship and the destructive power of extreme masculinity.
The Stones is a sitcom television series that starred Robert Klein, Judith Light, Lindsay Sloane and Jay Baruchel as the Stone family that are divorced but still live under the same house. The show premiered on CBS on March 17, 2004 and was canceled after 3 episodes due to low ratings. It was supposed to begin in 2003 but was delayed. It was produced by David Kohan, Max Mutchnick and Jenji Kohan.
Game of Stones follows a team of gemologist around the world and gives you a behind the scenes look at where the gems and the jewlery that you wear comes from, how its made, hows it's bought, and the lengths these guys go through to get their hands on the finest gems on the planet.
Children of the Stones is a television drama for children produced by HTV in 1976 and broadcast on the United Kingdom's ITV network in January and February 1977. A one-off serial, the story was depicted over seven episodes and produced by Peter Graham Scott, with Patrick Dromgoole as executive producer. A novelisation by the serial's writers, Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray also appeared in 1977. In the United States, it was broadcast on the Nickelodeon television channel in the early 1980s as part of the series The Third Eye. The series is today considered a landmark in quality children's drama and has been called "the scariest programme ever made for children".
Voodoo Lounge Live by The Rolling Stones is a concert DVD/Video, filmed at the Joe Robbie Stadium in Miami, Florida on 25 November 1994 during the Voodoo Lounge Tour. This concert was broadcast as a pay-per-view special. Of the 27 songs played, 17 was released on DVD/Video. Voodoo Lounge Live was released on Video on 5 December 1995, and DVD on 6 May 1998.
Oliver Stone's re-examination of under-reported events in American history.
The body of a person who died an unnatural death is discovered encased in mortar like concrete in the basement of an abandoned building. Why was the person murdered this way? The next day, the investigation task force receives a phone call from the criminal who calls himself Tremi during a meeting to discuss the investigation of the case. Then, in a short time after her transfer to the First Investigative Division, Kisaragi Toko becomes the negotiator. Tremi mocks and provokes the police while offering hints regarding the murder. A second murder soon occurs just as Tremi had warned. The victim's head has been covered with concrete as they had expected. What is the criminal's motive and why is the criminal fixated with concrete? The criminal's surprising actual target soon emerges...
"Stoned" is a 1980 made-for-TV movie featured in the Peabody Award-winning ABC Afterschool Special series. The film, starring Scott Baio, is built around peer pressure and its resultant drug abuse. It was featured as the fourth episode in the program's ninth season.