When shadowy U.S. intelligence agents blackmail a reformed computer hacker and his eccentric team of security experts into stealing a code-breaking 'black box' from a Soviet-funded genius, they uncover a bigger conspiracy. Now, he and his 'sneakers' must save themselves and the world economy by retrieving the box from their blackmailers.
Be wary of new neighbors. As Bobby (Reggie Couz, Vine & Instagram) recaps on the phone how his date went to his "a-little-too-interested' new neighbor Becky (Shelley Regner; Pitch Perfect 1 & 2), he slowly realizes that she many not be who he thinks she is.
Juror Zasu accidentally swallows a piece of evidence which just happens to be a time bomb.
Inspector Willoughby has traced evil international jewel thief and master of disguise Vampira Hyde to the Limehouse District in London. As Big Ben chimes out the hour of 4 p.m., Willoughby realizes that it's time for tea, and he enters a tearoom. He's served by a woman whose face is familiar to him. Suddenly, Willoughby recollects that she is the woman he's been seeking. She, in turn, realizes that she's been recognized, and by means of a pill, quickly swallowed, she quickly changes into a sweet, modest, elderly woman.
A 1917 short film directed by Hampton Del Ruth & Fred Hibbard.
Spies Sneak, Snoop and Snitch try to sneak up on the king while he is sleeping in order to steal some riches.
Two robbers try to break into a house and steal a diamond, not getting nuts.
Topi Tateishi is a half Finnish, half Japanese urban dancer and owner of a small sneaker store in Helsinki. He got into sneaker culture through urban dance as he started as a young b-boy 18 years ago and he has been dancing ever since. By the end of the movie a whole world of sneaker and urban dance culture has been revealed through a pair of Topi's shoes.
Sneak, Snoop and Snitch try to tunnel out of prison even though they've already been pardoned.
On the eve of conscription young man Sasha, nicknamed "Jagger" decides to spend their meager savings on fashionable shoes.
In love with a teenage boy, Tadaei leaves home in the morning heading for school but decides not to go to school and instead starts wandering in the streets of Tehran. She makes up her mind not to return to home and run away with her lover, because of her parents' reaction to her having a boyfriend but meandering in the city, she gets into some troubles that make her change her mentality of love and inevitably her pathway
The story of a Summer shared by six young people. It all begins with their escapes from the bleak and dreary City. Each one of them escapes East of Hell... to the point farthest away, the sea coast, a clean and pristine beach. The clean beach brings them together and reopens the prospective of hope to them all. But is such an escape at all possible? Written by Anonymous (IMDb.com)
3 people are fresh and naive so they try to go from wandering around lonely to becoming a lively young bunch. Tanokin’s youthful energy explodes!
What are the chances that you will meet a bride in a wedding gown with sneakers on the subway? Just when Hee-soon was running out of sources to write about and found himself in front of a brick wall, a woman arouses his curiosity! Web-toon artist Hee-soon followed her. Bo-kyeong calls herself the 'unlucky one' and blames herself for everything including the time when her groom ran away from the wedding. Why did he run away? She didn't know, but she didn't want to resent him for it. So she sets out to look for him but the buses have stopped running and she has no money for taxi. However, a loser but a nice looking guy asks her where she's going. How long will he follow her?
Little Rehor isn't allowed to play with the other boys. His only friend is the girl next door, Luci. Rehor's father is doctor on a boat and he has sent Rehor a package with butterfly larvae. When they hatch he discover a fairy who can do magic tricks.
To Rock or Stock? That is the question. Sneakerheads will do almost anything to get their hands on a unique pair of kicks, going to such extreme lengths as hiding in trash cans to score a pair of Retro Jordan 11s to camping for days in sub zero temperatures for the latest Nike Foamposites. How did sneakers become as prized as collectable art? From the shores of Cali to the congested streets of Tokyo, Sneakerheadz examines the cultural influence of sneaker collecting around the world and delves into a subculture whose proud members don’t just want to admire art, they want to wear it.
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Geeky accountant with a boring life is given a pair of magic red sneakers by an angel, which turns him into an amazingly fast runner. He enters an important race and soon is noticed by the CIA and the KGB.
Bodies and fluids, bodily fluids and fluid bodies.
Saturday Sneak Preview is a weekly 20-minute Cantonese film review TV series on Fairchild TV in Canada. The program is produced at Fairchild TV's Vancouver studio. The program's current format is in two-parts: the first part features the newest movies and DVD releases, with behind-the-scene clips and information. The second part features the host and a guest commenting on two newest releases in the cinemas. At the end of the review, the host and the guest grade each movie, from zero to five stars, based on its acting, screenplay and overall. Previously, the program is aired on Thursdays. Commencing November 2002, it was moved to Saturdays, with a major change in format by introducing guest film reviewers into the show to review two new movies with the host. Currently, it airs at 7:40pm. Current host is Delon Lew 廖德隆. Previous hosts include Andy Lung 龍本. Current guest film reviewers are Shan Tam 譚芷珊, Tony Ma 馬光浩, Tony Mui 梅朝斌 and Leo So 蘇智韜. Previous film reviewers include Andy Lung 龍本.
Sneak Previews was an American film review show, running for over two decades on Public Broadcasting Service. It was created by WTTW, a PBS affiliate in Chicago, Illinois. It premiered on September 4, 1975 as a monthly local-only show called Opening Soon at a Theater Near You, and was renamed in 1977 when it became a biweekly show airing nationally on PBS. By 1979, it was a weekly series airing on over 180 stations, and was the highest rated weekly entertainment series in the history of public broadcasting. It was finally cancelled in 1996.