During a post-Christmas play date, the gang find themselves in uncharted territory when the coolest set of action figures ever turn out to be dangerously delusional. It's all up to Trixie, the triceratops, if the gang hopes to return to Bonnie's room in this Toy Story That Time Forgot.
A SHORT FILM ABOUT MEMORY, EMIGRATION, LONGING, JESUS KITSCH, COCKTAIL SAUSAGES AND CHILDREN’S TELEVISION
Shipwrecked castaways stumble upon the mysterious island of Caprona in the Bermuda Triangle, confronting man-eating dinosaurs and a stranded German U-Boat crew while trying to escape.
During World War I, a German U-boat sinks a British ship and takes the survivors on board. After it takes a wrong turn, the submarine takes them to the unknown land of Caprona, where they find dinosaurs and neanderthals.
A sequel to The Land That Time Forgot. Major Ben McBride organises a mission to the Antarctic wastes to search for his friend (Doug McClure) who has been missing in the region for several years. McBride's party find themselves in a world populated by primitive warriors and terrifying prehistoric creatures, all of whom they must evade in order to get back safely
Climb up, let’s jump, the fields are green and the houses grey. We’re all small. It feels like the pores of my skin have become gigantic.
This film is a vertiginous voyage about the impermanence and evolution of the relative value of things through certain lapses, spaces, ideas, conditions, beings and objects; our attachment to them, to life, their way to the end, to their rebirth, to their transformation.
Juan Carlos Rulfo, the son of the acclaimed Mexican writer and photographer Juan Rulfo, travels to the plains of Jalisco in search of information on his father. What starts as a tribute to a great artist, however, becomes a meditation on aging and how it's affecting the history of a generation of great Mexican literature.
Santa Forgot, narrated by Stephen Fry, imagines a world where Santa is living with the effects of dementia and no longer visits children on Christmas Eve. But we believe in the power of research to change the future. Do you?
Into the small law offices of unlucky-in-love Charlotte St. John stumbles a handsome stranger, bloodied and battered, suffering amnesia. The good Samaritan, she cares for him, nurses him to health ... and falls hard for this mysterious angel. He reciprocates -- and good love finally finds Charlotte. But not for long, for their brief love affair hits the rocks when his identity is uncovered. Together they learn to their heartbreaking disappointment that he's already married ... twice. That's right, he's an amnesiac who forgot his was a bigamist. Though initially crushed that her perfect hero is just another perfect schmuck, Charlotte soon agrees to defend him against the bigamy charges, arguing that his injury has wiped out his former personality. In mounting her defense, she investigates his past ... and discovers that his vengeful wives may have uncovered his dirty bigamist secret months before -- and secretly plotted his violent downfall!
As the first nomadic tribes wander across the vast wilderness of the infant planet they confront hostilities created by the harsh environment and each other. After a massive volcanic eruption a tribal chief is killed and his two sons fight for supremacy, not only for the leadership of the tribe but also for the love of a beautiful young woman. The age-old battlegrounds of rivalry, envy and passion are explored in this tale of prehistoric adventure.
An urban family that can’t seem to get along gets stranded in a remote, impoverished lumber town two days before Christmas. When they become involved in the town’s home-grown Christmas pageant, they not only help solve the town’s problems but learn to connect with each other just in time for the holidays.
A spoiled brat sends a very long list to Santa Claus who misdelivers the gifts to a town with the same name as the boy, who learns it's better to give than receive.
A series of activities and social interactions--hiking at sunrise, celebrating a birthday, lying in bed with a man--are each disrupted by someone's incessant phone use.
A young women under a lot of pressure in her life decides to take a train trip to mellow out, but is suddenly stricken with a case of amnesia. A con artist takes advantage...
After a few years absence, Evan unexpectedly returns one night to face his now-famous former bandmates. The surprise reunion is bittersweet, in this intimate depiction of the knotty complexities of relating to old friends after everything has changed.
A flaneur tries to explain what purposeless walking is about and how he became what he is. As time goes on he realises that he talks like he walks and reaches a conclusion.
A young boy's grandfather tells him the story of a city that forgot about Christmas untill a carpenter names Matthew comes to town and teaches the children about Christmas, much to the chagrin of the Mayor and his cronies.
The Kangaroos Who Forgot (1979, 6 min.) is about two kangaroos in Australia who get lost and are adopted by a platypus family. They’re raised as good platypuses, but have they remained true to themselves?
The Town Santa Forgot is an animated television special produced by Hanna-Barbera in 1993, narrated by Dick Van Dyke and originally broadcast on NBC. It is an adaptation of the poem Jeremy Creek, written by Charmaine Severson. Since then, it was frequently shown in Christmas marathons on Cartoon Network until 2005, and is still shown annually on Boomerang. It was also released on VHS in 1996 and featured on In2TV in 2006.
In this unique experiment, nine 21st century volunteers subject themselves to the weight loss diets and fitness regimes of previous generations. But have they bitten off less than they can chew?
Ben Turner runs a second-hand bookshop in a lovely English village, lives in a bed-and-breakfast run by his devoted wife, and has a perfect 7-year-old daughter. But the cracks in this idyllic world begin to show the day a local girl is murdered and the enigmatic Rachel Monroe appears. Rachel is convinced that Ben is the killer of her daughter who died 20 years earlier. She confronts him and demands to know where the body is—or else.
The Forgotten is a television series which premiered on September 22, 2009 on ABC. On November 9, 2009, ABC ordered five additional episodes of the series, bringing the first season's total to eighteen episodes. The final two episodes of The Forgotten aired on July 3, 2010.
Not Forgotten is a British television documentary series made by Wall to Wall for Channel 4. The series examines the impact on British society of the First World War. It is written and presented by Ian Hislop. The series' tie-in website was nominated for a BAFTA Award for Best Interactivity in 2006. The original series comprised four episodes, broadcast in November and December 2005: ⁕Commemoration, examining the movement for war memorials following the First World War, and the continuation of this tradition for subsequent conflicts. ⁕Class, looking at the way the British class system was reflected and challenged by the creation of a mass army. ⁕Women, discussing how women's roles and expectations in society changed as a result of the war. ⁕Survivors, examining how society dealt with those who returned from the war injured and disabled. A tie-in book, Not Forgotten, written by Neil Oliver, was published by Hodder & Stoughton. Three additional episodes were subsequently produced: ⁕Shot at Dawn, examining the stories of men shot for desertion and cowardice. ⁕The Men Who Wouldn't Fight, challenging the stigma attached to conscientious objectors. This episode featured, amongst others, the story of Ronald Skirth, who became a conscientious objector while serving in the Royal Artillery.
The Forgotten Toys is an animated series made by Hibbert Ralph Entertainment, featuring the voices of Joanna Lumley and Bob Hoskins. The voice of Andrew Sachs is also featured. It is a poignant tale of abandoned toys who are searching for a child to love them.
Filmmaker Joe Berlinger’s real-time, eight-part investigation into a string of mysterious sex and drug-fueled disappearances and deaths in the heart of America’s rust belt.
A detective works to solve a string of cases involving missing girls.
Young Joe, the Forgotten Kennedy is a 1977 television movie that originally aired on ABC. Based upon the biography by Hank Searls called The Lost Prince: Young Joe, the Forgotten Kennedy, the film chronicles the life of Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., the unlucky older brother of John F. Kennedy. Young Joe stars Peter Strauss in the titular role and was directed by Richard T. Heffron.
Story follows a group of physical therapists, nurses, radiological technologists and trainees. Ye Jae-Wook works as a physical therapist and also teaches in the same field. He begins to work as a team leader at a hospital. Woo Bo-Young has been working as a physical therapist for 3 years. She wanted to become a poet, but due to her poor family background she studied to become a physical therapist. Shin Min-Ho is a trainee, but he isn't interested in physical therapy. His grades weren't good enough for medical school and his parents, who are both doctors, made him study physical therapy.
British historian David Olusoga, along with other historians, narrates the story of millions of Indian, African and Asian troops who fought and died alongside French and British troops to help win the war against Germany, Austro-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire.