A magician in a carnival--who actually can read minds and levitate people and objects--works with a superintelligent chimp named Alex, who can also talk. The magician and the chimp soon ... See full summary »
Everybody needs a hero sometimes. It can happen anywhere, you see someone collapse. Be calm, here's what to say. If they are over eight, ask them if they're okay. If there's no response ... See full summary »
With bonobos being about as far removed from having monogamous relationships as imaginable, you can see that it would be a challenge of momentous proportions to be a different sort of ... See full summary »
Edward Lear's Nonsense Stories is a series of original animated webisodes based on limericks from Lear's A Book of Nonsense (1846). The poems are each read aloud by a celebrity impressionist and then a short animated cartoon follows.
Ron Hayden, a celebrity voice impressionist, recites four poems by Edward Lear, each of which is followed by a short blackout gag cartoon by a variety of cartoonists and animators. Based on Lear's "A Book of Nonsense," (1846).
ID Mind meets the Oracle in the Source and intuitively knows that he is up against the creator of the Nigerian scam, Napster, baggage fees at airports, diet soda that tastes like real soda and much worse things.
This is the shocking yet realistic story about a man who was abused as a child and, subsequently, has become a child abuser. Young Jim Taylor was the innocent victim of his uncle's perverse... See full summary »
A young girl is lost in the desert with her dog. It's hot. It's sandy. Nobody's within a hundred miles. They are lost. The girl's character is so one-dimensional you have to wonder if anyone's noticed she's gone. Her dog is the second most important person in the movie. The dog follows her around but otherwise doesn't add much entertainment value. There's plenty of walking around "lost" and just the right amount of monologue between her and the dog discussing the whole "lost" thing. It's miserably hot. It's sandy. This might be the longest 90 minute movie ever. If your curiosity is piqued and you are determined to rent it, I'd recommend you pick a cold dark winter day so at least you'll enjoy the desert landscape.
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