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All 12 episodes from the first season of the TV series created by Matthew Carnahan. Centred around a group of management consultants who work for Galweather and Stearn, the second ranked management consultancy in the US, the management team led by Marty Kahn (Don Cheadle) will stop at nothing to secure business deals, especially if it will undermine rival firm Kinsley-Johnson. The episodes comprise: 'The Gods of Dangerous Financial Instruments', 'Amsterdam', 'Microphallus', 'Mini-Mogul', 'Utah', 'Our Descent Into Los Angeles', 'Bareback Town', 'Veritas', 'Ouroboros', 'Prologue and Aftermath', 'Business' and 'The Mayan Apocalypse'.
Josh Duhamel, Bruce Willis and Rosario Dawson star in this action crime drama about a fireman forced to go into witness protection. Unwinding on a night out after a hard day fighting fires, Jeremy Coleman (Duhamel) stops at a convenience store where he becomes witness to a ruthless murder by white nationalist David Hagan (Vincent D'Onofrio). Jeremy runs from the scene but identifies Hagan to detective Mike Cella (Willis) and later testifies against him to ensure a conviction. The killer knows exactly who Jeremy is, however, and even going into the witness protection programme doesn't keep him safe for long. When the woman he has fallen in love with, Deputy US Marshal Talia Durham (Dawson), is injured by Hagan's men, Jeremy decides to take matters into his own hands and take down his enemy once and for all...
Mark Wahlberg reprises his role as John Bennett in this follow up to the 2012 hit comedy 'Ted' co-written and directed by Seth MacFarlane. MacFarlane also provides the voice for the eponymous stuffed teddy who, after marrying his girlfriend, Tami-Lynn (Jessica Barth), from the first film, is trying to have a baby. However, in order for Ted to gain custody of a child, he has to ask John to provide a sperm donation and prove in court that he is a person... The supporting cast includes Amanda Seyfried, Liam Neeson and Morgan Freeman.
Comedy written and co-produced by David Baddiel. Omid Djalili stars as Mahmud Nasir, a dyed-in-the-wool (if somewhat relaxed) Muslim who lives with his family in London's East End. Mahmud's world is turned upside down when he discovers after the death of his mother that he was adopted at birth - and that he is actually a Jew. Caught in the grip of a full-scale identity crisis, Mahmud turns to drunken Jewish cabbie Lenny (Richard Schiff) for reassurance.
In the high- stakes world of cancer research, Dr. William Shumway has just made a stunning breakthrough. But is it really the long-sought cure for cancer? Despite the young scientists reservations, a senior mentor pressures him to trumpet his findings to the world. Part medical drama, part suspense-filled thriller, SECRET ORDER turns its microscope on bioethics, money and power. Starring Ed Asner
A group of low-ranking real-estate salesmen are trying to survive in a cut-throat office culture. But when two of them devise a plot to redress the company's wrongs, the resulting turmoil increases the pressure to unbearable levels.
A 1984 Pulitzer Prize winner for Drama.
An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring:
Joe Mantegna as Ricky Roma
Gordon Clapp as David Moss
Kyle Colerider-Krugh as Detective Baylen
Richard Dreyfuss as Shelly Levine
John Getz as James Lingk
Richard Schiff as George Aaronow
Josh Stamberg as John Williamson
Directed by Eric Simonson. Recorded by L.A. Theatre Works before a live audience.
Impressionist and Symbolist painter, Paul Gauguin became one of the major influences on the general non-naturalistic trends of twentieth-century art. Because of the romantic appeal of his life, and his willingness to sacrifice everything for his art, Gauguin has been with Van Gogh the most common subject for popular and fictional biography. From the mid-1880s until his departure for Tahiti in 1891, Gauguin moved beyond Impressionism to become the leading figure of the Symbolist movement in painting. This departure from Impressionism led him to question the entire 'naturalist' tradition of European art from the Renaissance onwards. He sacrificed all of painting's descriptive devices in favour of line and flat colour. His path towards Symbolism can also be characterised as a 'primitive' quest, developed both in iconography and style. In the iconographic level, this tendency starts from the use of a number of pastoral themes representing scenes of rural life. This spiritual return was accompanied by a stylistic regression, a leap from naturalism towards archaic modes of representation. This catalogue, which accompanies an exhibition at the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid (28 September 2004 - 9 January 2005), follows this process of regression through a series of encounters between Gauguin and his masters, his contemporaries and his pupils.
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