Franco, who runs an automobile workshop, and his sister Jenny, a college student, share a very strong bond. Matters take a turn when Franco falls in love with Jenny's enemy.
A story about a little girl waits for her parent in kindergarden from Teheran.
Ari and Oona go to the same school. Lolita-like Ari, is blonde, pouting and lives in a world of bright colours, frustrated by her mother still treating her as a child, while arty Oona dresses in black and is treated as an adult by her artist father. When Oona’s father commits suicide after his wife has an affair with his brother Lukas, Oona starts to self-harm, but finds and unlikely friendship with Ari. Ari’s enthusiasm for exerting her sexuality rebounds when she starts an affair with Oona’s uncle, who has recently moved in with Oona’s mother.
This is a best movie ive ever seen but its to long so i forgot some part of the story
The main characters are a woman and her son who live happily till the moment when strange things begin to occur with the boy. Parts of him start to disappear but he keeps it from his mother. In the end the truth comes out, but it is too late. The woman begins to suspect that all events are connected with the mysterious lollipop her son could not live without.
Two words: Unicorn. Physician
In Lollipop Dragon: The Magic Lollipop Adventure, the Lollipop Dragon and friends must save the day by confronting Baron Bad Blood.
The Lollipop Generation tells the story of 'Georgie', a runaway teenager played by Jena von Brücker, and the people she meets on the "...outlying streets with no name..." At the same time, the film serves a diaristic function, documenting the people the director has met and the cities she travelled to, capturing an entire generation of underground performers.
Using information gleaned from a viewer's Facebook page, this interactive film personalizes the film for that particular viewer.
An ex-boxer meets a 9-year-old abandoned girl and together they hitchhike to California, where he must find a junkie who owes him money.
Four stories focused on the fair sex, dealing with the most varied and improbable sentimental and non-sentimental situations.
In Lollipop Dragon: The Great Christmas Race, the Lollipop Dragon and his friends must stop Baron Bad Blood from winning the Christmas Race and forcing everyone to eat his liver flavored lollipops on Christmas.
Mix together the sugar of '70s style erotica with the ginger of nonsensical comedy, cover it in a rich coating of 3-D... and you get a movie confection that, like all sweets, can't possibly be good for you, but is too delicious to resist. Iconic performers Bill Margold, Tyler Reynolds and Con Covert stir up all manner of naughty behavior, with a sprinkle of John Holmes. The story of a candy factory that avoids a hostile takeover through a revolutionary new lollipop gets about as much disinterest from the filmmakers as it probably will from you. But with the miracle of 3-D, you'll be close enough to taste the action! The Pasadena Courier says "3-D is what makes the film a riot. One can't help but crack-up at the various body parts that appear to be jiggling, bouncing, dangling and squirting right off the screen." 3-D glasses provided. Also known as M3-D: The Movie. Directed by Stephen Gibson (credited as Norm De Plume).
This is the story of the game "Candy Land," where a gingerbread boy named Jib, as he travels the Rainbow Road in search of the annual Sweet Celebration only to discover that the nefarious Lord Licorice has hatched a plan to turn the brightly colored land into a licorice-hued expanse. Now it's up to Jib and his friends Mister Mint and Princess Frostine to foil the villain's dastardly plot and save the citizens of Candy Land from certain drabness.
Ann, an attractive widowed New York model, lives in an apartment with her daughter Peggy. The courtship of Ann by visiting engineer Larry, and accompanying misadventures, are seen alternately from their and Peggy's viewpoint. Filmed realistically at many New York locations
Obscure Philippine romance featuring appearances by Davy Jones and Don Johnson.
"e’Lollipop" is the extraordinary story of two inseparable South African children, Tsepo and his orphaned friend Jannie. Jannie is sent to a missionary station in Tsepo’s village where they become best friends as Jannie finds his place in his new home. Life is full of childhood fun and antics until tragedy strikes: Jannie, now 10 years old, is seriously injured. In the face of much adversity, Tsepo and his community pull together so that Jannie can get specialised medical treatment. A daunting challenge lies ahead... At what cost will Jannie survive? Tsepo and Jannie’s inspirational story unfolds against the breathtaking backdrops of a dramatic African landscape and New York City in the mid-1970s. "e’Lollipop" is a life-changing story that reminds us of the true value of friendship, community, sacrifice and family - despite our color or creed.
This DVD is a recording of the show Patton Oswalt performed at the 40 Watt Club in Athens, Georgia . It's a version of his Werewolves and Lollipops show, second solo album, and he ranges from talking about Kentucky Fried Chicken's famous bowls to his work as television writer.
Mamotte! Lollipop is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Michiyo Kikuta. It was serialized in the magazine Nakayoshi and published by Kodansha in Japan between February 2003 and July 2005. The story revolves around female protagonist Nina Yamada, a seventh grader who accidentally swallows the Crystal Pearl thinking it was candy. The pearl is the goal of a sorcery examination where the students must retrieve it to pass. But since Nina has swallowed the pearl, she is now the target. Fortunately for Nina, two of the examinees decide to protect her from the other students while they work on a potion to extract the pearl from Nina. In 2006, Mamotte! Lollipop was adapted into a thirteen episode anime television series by Marvelous Entertainment and Sunshine Corporation under the direction of Noriyoshi Nakamura. The anime series aired between July 1, 2006 and September 2006 in Japan on KAB. In 2009, FUNimation Entertainment dubbed the anime under the name Save Me! Lollipop.