A contemporary musical version of the classic Cinderella story in which the servant step daughter hope to compete in a musical competition for a famous pop star.
Toni, a tomboyish boxer, lands a spot on an after-school drill team in the West End community of Cincinnati. She eagerly absorbs routines, masters drills, and even pierces her own ears to fit in. It’s the joy of her first friendships and her discovery of dance. Shortly after Toni joins the team, most of the girls on the team suffer from episodes of fainting, swooning, and shaking in a seemingly uncontrollable catharsis. Nobody can explain the mysterious outbreak. These fits soon transform into a rite of passage as the trauma draws the other girls closer together. Caught between her need for control and her desire for acceptance, Toni must decide how far she will go to embody her new ideals.
A struggling writer can't seem to escape his wife's literary success. When a road trip to a publisher's salon takes an unexpected turn, he has to face his own creative shortcomings and find a way to regain control of his life and work.
A modern Cinderella in Paris: While the plain Kelly Carter jobs as a gadrobiere for the famous fashion designer Francesco, she dreams of designing shoes for him. However she can't win his attention... until she meets a good fairy on the street, who enchants a pair of Kelly's shoes, so that she turns into supermodel Prudence whenever she wears them. She attends one of Francesco's balls and immediately wins his heart. Now, how can she make him love her real self?
Swanberg cannot get onto the internet and spends his whole day calling the internet people and trying to find a way to access his email. He meets a girl at the grocery store and asks her to lunch, they talk about their lives without internet and how useless they feel when it is gone. They hit it off and go back to her place, she has internet. It ends with a Swanberg staring at her computer.
A young man and woman spend the afternoon drinking orange soda and conversing through cassette recorders. And there's a musical number.
A couple announce their engagement, but then find their relationship turning to sour within 24 hours.......
Bobby Clark and Paul McCullough fake the playing of a violin so they can go on the radio.
Strange Fits of Passion is a 1999 Australian film about a young woman determined to lose her virginity.
Lonesome Luke, working in a shoe store, has difficulty keeping his mind on business whenever a pretty girl is on the scene.
A wobbly street vendor (Noel 'Ungga' Ayala), an ignorant probinsyano (Rene Requiestas) and an unemployed loafer (Jimmy Santos) meet in a small-time restaurant run by Mama L (Vangie Labalan). Realizing they all have hungry stomachs, they hang on to each other. After several attempts in looking for a job, they finally sees a solution to their problems, the lottery. - Written by anonymous
Jim Rockford, is framed for the murder of another rival detective with whom Jim was seen having an argument.
If the Cap Fits is an Irish television sketch show that aired on RTÉ for one series in 1973. The show was written by and starred Niall Tóibín.