One woman's meditation journey, and the distractions along the way.
A guy trying to propose marriage to his girlfriend, but everything goes wrong
The objective of this training video is to teach stand staff how to present themselves and their organisation in a professional and organised manner. John Cleese and Andrew Sachs make all the classic mistakes including that guaranteed conversation killing question - "Can I help you?" Fortunately they eventually learn to present themselves and their organisation professionally.
Both entertaining and educational, “How Not to Make a Movie” chronicles how the Red Letter Media guys all met and started making movies together, which lead to the disastrous production of the 2003 feature film collaboration Gorilla Interrupted. “How Not to Make a Movie” also shows the restoration process of remastering this ancient schlock no budget flop.
Never forget how to play make believe games. Or tie your friend to (disused) railway tracks in the name of fun. Or plant (cardboard) explosives on said tracks to steal lots and lots of money from a (2D) train. Or save the boy you love from certain (?) death. Always remember how (not) to rob a train.
In 2008 an Independent film crew set out to make an epic horror feature film in outback South Australia on a $30 000 budget. Three weeks later, they left defeated and without a film.
How Not to Be Seen: A Fucking Didactic Educational .MOV File (2013) mocks an instructional film on the idea of becoming invisible in the digital world.
Mike and Dave, two Northern British idiots sponging off the state, find themselves pissed up with a case load of cash and the vague memory of a dodgy job offer. But when the sinister Mr. Martin comes to check his 'task' has been completed, Mike and Dave must learn to tell the truth or be lost in a lie forever.
Daniel Cockburn’s exuberantly cerebral, filmically deconstructionist work defies easy categorization, and this program of new work is no exception, from a short that interrogates “things that mean other things before becoming a thing that means other things in itself,” and a performance piece that juxtaposes two postmodern 1994 horror films, John Carpenter’s In the Mouth of Madness and Wes Craven’s New Nightmare to explore both the redemptive and destructive powers of storytelling.
This is the fourth and final of a series of animated films based on Russian folk legends. A bogatyr is an epic warrior from ancient Kievan Rus. Most are directed in the traditional bylinas, traditional Russian epic poems, as being endowed with enormous strength and cunning, although often not completely immune to human weaknesses. Here, our three heroes gather together once more to rescue the ruler of the land from the attempts of an evil foreign queen. She plans to make him fall in love with her so her youth and beauty can be renewed, but in exchange will destroy his kingdom.
The film is a commercial for the department store PUB in Stockholm . It is the film debut for Greta Garbo who at that time was working as a clerk at the store.
A man tries desperately to kill himself, but consistently fails to the amusement of the Narrator, who may or may not be behind his failure
How Not to Live Your Life is a British sitcom, written by and starring Dan Clark that aired between 27 September 2007 and 22 December 2011, about a neurotic twenty-nine-year-old man who is trying to navigate his way through life but is not helped by his bad instincts. On 27 May 2011 it was announced by the new BBC Three controller Zai Bennett that the show has been cancelled.
In which parts of a change room is it okay to walk around naked? Should you discipline other people's kids, dump a partner by text, or have the in-laws on Skype while your partner is giving birth? Join Gretel and Matt as they escort you through the unwritten rules and necessities of modern society.
How Not to Decorate is a television series which aired from 1 August 2004 to 27 April 2006 on Five in the United Kingdom. Designers Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan helped redecorate notoriously ugly or unstylish homes, in a format similar to the What Not to Wear series. The series centred heavily around McAllister and Ryan's trademark banter and fussiness.
In regards to the MMORPG Cross Reverie, Sakamoto Takuma boasted an overwhelming strength that was enough for him to be called the Demon King by the other players. One day, he gets summoned to another world with his appearance in the game. There, there are two people that insist "I am the real summon master." Takuma gets slave-turning magic used for summoned beasts cast on him by the girls― However, the peculiar ability "Magic Reflection" is invoked! The ones that were turned to slaves were the girls! Takuma was bewildered. He's the strongest magician but, he doesn't have any social skills. Panicking, the first words that came out were the ones that he used inside the game role-playing the Demon King?! "I'm amazing you say? Of course I am. I am Diablo... The one feared as the Demon King!" This is the story the Demon King (acting) that would soon inspire the world and his other world adventure that he plunges through with his absolute strength, raise the curtain!