Dorian and Angus chase down their womanizing stepfather with a helicopter, frightening him to death. In his effort to cover their tracks, Dorian begins investigating his stepfather's mistress, Sally. She works at a fast-food drive-through, she's pregnant and Dorian quickly falls in love with her. Unfortunately, his scheming mother wants Sally dead. And Sally isn't sure she wants Dorian to be her child's father and also his brother.
In the middle of the Eastern Friesland province, two quirky, idiosyncratic and very different village policeman Jens Jensen and Süher Özlügül fight against small delicts in their village. When the young housewife Elfie Berger is found dead in her apartment and the murder is also intended to be covered up by higher authorities as a suicide, the two policeman decide to pursue their own investigation.
A family man (Josh Duhamel) inquires why Taco Bell doesn't serve fries, but finds he's bitten off more than he can chew when a sinister "Big Fries" conspiracy threatens to destroy everything he holds dear.
French Fries is a film about love in our generation. Nina from Berlin and Fabien from Paris are torn between wanderlust, self-fulfilment or settling down and need to find a solution for their relationship.
'Fill your Heart with French Fries' is a sad comedy short - telling the tale of a young woman who gets dumped by her girlfriend at a fast food joint, and, too sad to leave, just stays there for a week.
"Freedom Fries: And Other Stupidity We'll Have to Explain to Our Grandchildren" is a whimsical look at patriotism and consumerism in America. It explores the absurdity of many of the symbolic gestures that have recently pervaded American culture, such as the wasting of French wine and the waving of Chinese-made American flags. Freedom Fries shows that these idle gestures stem from our culture of consumption and do real damage to our democracy as well as our humanity. With the aid of a leading scholar and an outspoken social activist this film draws a concrete relationship between American consumerism and patriotism.
It is Halloween and three kids go out for 'tricks or treats'. It is a windy night and the only welcoming friendly person in the small town is unfortunately treated to a rather frightning and truly horrific sight.
You bite the fry, the fry bites back.
The follow-up to 2003’s Bon Appetit! and the peak of trans-Atlantic political skateboard video naming, Freedom Fries solidified filmmaker Fred Mortagne's break from Flip Skateboards and moved Cliché firmly into the stateside mainstream.
Self-deprecating comic Don Friesen delivers the laughs in a big way in this stand-up special shot live in front of a packed house. Friesen's outrageously physical style of comedy keeps the audience in hysterics as he willingly exploits his flaws.
Husband. Idiot. Dad. His kids think he's fun. His wife thinks he's an idiot. Audiences think he's hilarious!
The peaceful life of a village of Frisions by the river Volga is troubled by the arrival of a troop of Red Guards led by the inhuman commissary Tschernoff.Not only content to mistreat the brave villagers led by no-nonsense young man Jürgen Wagner, he makes Mette, a girl born from a Frision man and a Russian woman, his mistress. Outraged, the villagers expel the girl who takes refuge in the marshes. The Bolsheviks are prompt to react, one of them raping a young Frision girl. The Frisions, in desperation, set fire to their village after slaughtering the "Reds" and head for a new motherland, Nazi Germany maybe...
Fries with That? is a YTV produced sitcom. It first aired in April 2004. This sitcom revolves around a group of high-school students who work at a local fast food restaurant named Bulky's in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The sitcom follows primarily five high school students and focuses on many themes such as love, responsibility, friendship, and honesty. Each member of the Bulky's main crew has a unique personality. It was cancelled after completion of the second season due to declining ratings.
Follow Freddie Flintoff and cyclist Rob Penn as they embark on a Summer adventure around England and Ireland in an eco-friendly chip van.
The Lost World of Friese-Greene is a BBC documentary series produced in conjunction with the British Film Institute. Three one-hour episodes were broadcast on BBC Two in spring 2006. The series showcases film made by Claude Friese-Greene using the Biocolour process on a 1920s road trip from Land's End to John o' Groats. This is one of a number of BFI television series featuring footage from the BFI National Archive and produced in partnership with the BBC: ⁕The Lost World of Mitchell & Kenyon ⁕The Lost World of Friese-Greene ⁕The Lost World of Tibet