The sequel to the sci-trilogy based on the Military Execution Saga novel series.
The President wants a military/scientist named Micheal W. Logan dead, after he discovers the Gateway Arch in St. Louis is actually a portal to the Planet X.
After he reunites with an old pal through Facebook, a mild-mannered accountant is lured into the world of international espionage.
A robotic boy, the first programmed to love, David is adopted as a test case by a Cybertronics employee and his wife. Though he gradually becomes their child, a series of unexpected circumstances make this life impossible for David. Without final acceptance by humans or machines, David embarks on a journey to discover where he truly belongs, uncovering a world in which the line between robot and machine is both vast and profoundly thin.
During WWI pretty German master spy Helene von Lorbeer is sent undercover to London to live with the family of a high-placed British official where she is to rendezvous with the butler Valdar, also a spy, and help him transmit secret war plans back to Germany.
Pro-intelligent design scholars and scientists are often chastised, fired or denied tenured positions by those who believe in Darwin's theory of evolution.
Three pioneering young adults with intellectual disabilities - Micah, Naieer, and Naomie - challenge perceptions of intelligence as they navigate high school, college, and the workforce.
An inventor (Masterson) must protect his inventions from becoming casualties of the Cold War.
A spy scandal erupts after a Vancouver drug smuggler (Tracey) acquires sensitive information about a local drug squad and tries to cut a deal for himself.
Professor Lawrence Wetherhold (Dennis Quaid) might be imperiously brilliant, monumentally self-possessed and an intellectual giant -- but when it comes to solving the conundrums of love and family, he's as downright flummoxed as the next guy.
The six-member crew of the International Space Station is tasked with studying a sample from Mars that may be the first proof of extra-terrestrial life, which proves more intelligent than ever expected.
Ben Cooper and his family struggling to get a grip on household chores, school and work. Ben is the family caretaker. So when Ben sees that a Smart House is being given away, he enters the competition as often as he can. The family wins the house (named Pat). After moving in Pat's personality begins to radically change, the family starts to resent her.
Trees talk, know family ties and care for their young? Is this too fantastic to be true? German forester Peter Wohlleben and scientist Suzanne Simard have been observing and investigating the communication between trees over decades. And their findings are most astounding.
Frustrated, because he is forced to produce bad TV-shows, a manager of a TV-station, enters the station and manipulates the ratings, to initiate a TV-revolution.
Romantic comedy drama about three friends in New York. Cassie has come to New York and goes to work as a model where her friend Gladys works. She falls in love with wealthy young Jerry who is already married. Gladys has the same probelm with her man Phelps.
Danny DeVito plays an advertising man who is slowly sliding downhill. When he is fired from his job in Detroit, he signs up for unemployment. One day they find him a job; Teaching thinking skills to Army recruits. He arrives on base to find that there is no structure set up for the class.
Albert Einstein helps a young man who's in love with Einstein's niece to catch her attention by pretending temporarily to be a great physicist.
A chance meeting with a Schlecht agent forces a humble coffee shop manager into the secret world of spies in Swinging London. With the help of his MI5 friend, he poses as the recently dead Major Cavendish who had managed to infiltrate the dreaded organization; he knows that they are intending to assassinate someone - could it be the famous Russian ballerina who has recently arrived for an appearance at Covent Garden?
Psychologist Dr. Brennac is asked by a colleague to help with the case of Claude, a patient on trial for multiple murders. Is Claude really guilty of the crimes, or is he a victim of his own mind?
The film chronicles the life of Teja, a software engineer, who makes it his life's mission to make those around him happy until an incident changes his life forever. Suddenly, he transforms from a happy-go-lucky engineer to a revenge-seeking. lethal man.
A drama centered on a high-tech intelligence operative who is enhanced with a super-computer microchip in his brain, and the director of the elite government cyber-security agency who supports him.
Intelligence is a Vancouver-based television crime drama starring Ian Tracey and Klea Scott that aired on the CBC. With its pilot first airing on November 28, 2005, the series began regular broadcasting on October 10, 2006. CBC reaired the pilot on June 7, 2007 and began broadcasting reruns of season one on Fridays starting on June 8, 2007. A second season then aired from October 2007, concluding in December that same year. The series was produced by Haddock Entertainment, which also produced Da Vinci's Inquest and Da Vinci's City Hall. On March 7, 2008, the CBC announced that Intelligence would be cancelled. There were various rumors surrounding the cancellation of the series. Kevin Baker from The National Post alleged: "There's a theory afloat that CBC Television cancelled the unusually good drama Intelligence in fear of upsetting Canada's New Government, which is thought to be slavering for an excuse to junk the nation's public broadcaster and sell off the parts." The show centres on Jimmy Reardon, one of Vancouver's top organized crime bosses, and Mary Spalding, the director of the Vancouver Organized Crime Unit, who has offered Reardon immunity from prosecution in exchange for his role as a police informant. The show also stars Matt Frewer as Ted Altman, the scheming assistant director of the OCU who seeks to replace Spalding, and John Cassini as Ronnie Delmonico, Reardon's business partner and confidant.
A new Science Channel series explores the suspicious deaths of scientific geniuses to determine if their demises were unfortunate coincidences or if these gifted minds were murdered for knowing too much.
A tech innovator creates a cutting-edge crowd-sourcing hub to solve his own daughter's murder, as well as revolutionizing crime solving in San Francisco.
Stan Muller teaches you all about Intellectual Property.
Intelligence – Servizi & segreti is an Italian television series.
Medical Intelligence is a Canadian TV show hosted by Terri Michael that has aired on G4techTV Canada, Rogers TV, and MSNBC since March 2003. It airs twice a week, examining two different topics that rely heavily on " personal stories and current medical trends such as plastic surgery and Botox injections" as its source of discussion.
The World Intellectuals is a series by Mahmoud Shoolizadeh, a part of the life and belief of some of the intellectuals in art and literature are shown, The life of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the famous German poet, who was very much influenced by the famous Iranian poet - Hafez, also, the effective life and word of George Bernard Shaw, the British writer, are among them. A 40-minute episode is about the Great German Poet, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe which was broadcast from the main channel of Iran TV and several film festivals. Goethe, writer and poet of late 18th century, who knew five languages, was inspired by Persia and specially Hafez, Iranian poet. Goethe then wrote the “West-Eastern Divan” which was a collection of poems, and he devoted it to Hafez. In this film Goethe’s poetic and passionate life, and also his love and relations with Hafez is shown. Goethe lived for 83 years and he was a great intellectual in literature and has a key role in German Literature and Romanticism. Hafez’s sonnets had a magic influence on Goethe and he used to call Hafez ”A Devine Poet” and he also said he couldn’t resist in front of this Great Phenomenon of the Mankind in poetry. It was his love towards Hafez that made one of the most beautiful poetic works: “West-Eastern Divan” which consists of twelve books with subjects such as love and paradise and connection with Persian culture in a unique and beautiful way. Goethe borrowed some of his poem’s contexts and subjects from Hafez’s poems: "The beauty of God is reflected in His beautiful creatures, and at last shows itself in Human’s beauty. And the Human’s spirit that had been separated from his heavenly creator and is in danger of being forgotten, is now searching for the beauty of the God."
The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe is the filmed version of the one-woman stage show written by Jane Wagner and starring Lily Tomlin, which won the Drama Desk Award for Unique Theatrical Experience. Directed by John Bailey and edited by Sally Menke, the film stays true to the original stage performance, earning it the Golden Space Needle Award at the Seattle International Film Festival. For her efforts on film and stage, Tomlin received a Tony Award, and Funniest Actress in a Motion Picture in the American Comedy Awards, amongst other notable accolades. Because of an intentional misspelling in the movie the film is also known as The Search for Signs of Inteligent Life in the Universe.