Turning to alcoholism following his wife's death, a deaf painter is very confused when he finds her alive two years later.
Francine, a brilliant 9-year-old girl who hates her mother's cooking, battles a robot version of herself for her life - and a slice of pizza.
A comedy about constructive criticism.
Two strangers bravely confront and resolve one of the most terrifying and perplexing scourges to ever afflict mankind… all while standing at neighboring urinals.
This is the endless story about an old couple lost at the end of their last days. The Oldman seems a baby who just eats, sleeps and watches television. The Oldlady seems a mum who cooks, cleans and speaks to him. This old couple could live anywhere in the world. Their country is death. Their only world is a long wait. The Oldlady has taken control of both lives because she is in much better mental and physical conditions than him. Day after day the Oldlady plans and organizes different ways to kill themselves. But for the moment she is not shooting well. Days will keep following until a small mistake or the correct shoot end the sadness of this harsh wait.
When sad-sack Nick Lassey is told he can't rent a paddle boat alone, an upbeat stranger volunteers to be his partner and the two set off on an awkward boat journey.
A group of teenage soccer players are abruptly interrupted by four boys who arbitrarily want to take over the field where the girls train every day, in the process the teenagers take over the field trying to deprive the young teenagers of the space where they train. The boys insist, the women do not allow their inclusion and propose a bet. The game begins, the girls see themselves dominant in soccer, at the end of the sporting confrontation, the boys lose and in consolation the girls offer to kiss them, revealing in the end that all of them are actually boys.
A girl has to decide who to marry: a poor country boy or a rich nightclub owner.
On a spring night of 1999, two teenagers set out in an adventure to save the VHS.
Silas Hayseed arrives in town and proceeds to put up a hotel noted for its 'tables,' which are all made of hard wood. The country yokel is shown to his room and divests himself of his best Sunday-go-to-meetin' clothes. His little bunch of whiskers that adorn his chin seem to be as proud of him as his Melindy Jane, whom he left in Grassville, back over yonder. He is finally undressed and tumbles into bed, resolving meanwhile to dream of the good prices he will realize in his produce. While pondering over matters, he looks around and discovers a Ghost standing in the middle of the room. Silas becomes scared, begosh, and leaping out on the floor begs the Ghost to do him no harm. The Ghost suddenly vanishes and the Hayseed is about to jump into bed again when Satan appears from under the sheets and scares him to such an extent that he is willing to promise him even a box of fresh rooster eggs if he will only go away.
A sleeping apartment of a friend who retires for the night. The rays of the moon are shining upon the bed through the window. He is suddenly awakened by a bug of gigantic proportions crawling over him. This he attacks and destroys, but before again retiring he notices three more climbing up the wall. He lights the candle and applies the flame to each, causing them to explode with fine smoke effect. After this slaughter he retires in contentment and soon sleeps the sleep of the just. A very funny subject.
Four ogres meet in a restaurant, run by trolls, where they are accustomed to having a feast.
Max has a toothache, and it's up to The Clown and a bespectacled rabbit to pull out the aching tooth.
Tom has a power he doesn't want. He can't die. The world has ended and he is the last survivor. Tom Wants To Die is the story of how he discovered his power and his suicidal journey to enlightenment.
A documentary about some of the comedians of the silent era featuring clips from their films and biographical information.
Mr. Snookie steals an umbrella and then, while trying to help a woman to cross a puddle, the Tramp appears and intervenes.
This early Chaplin film has him playing a character quite different from the Tramp for which he would become famous. He is a rich, upper-class gentleman whose romance is endangered when his girlfriend oversees him being embraced by a maid. Chaplin's romantic interest in this film, Minta Durfee, was the wife of fellow Keystone actor, Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle.
Pierre and Jacques are working as waiters at a restaurant where the cooks go on strike. When the two are forced to work as bakers, the striking cooks put dynamite in the dough, with explosive results.
The Tramp interferes with the celebration of several kid auto races in Venice, California (Junior Vanderbilt Cup Race, January 10 and 11, 1914), standing himself in the way of the cameraman who is filming the event.