A young Italian man makes a special sauce with his date.
Southern Fried Rabbit is a Looney Tunes cartoon by Warner Bros. starring Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam. Directed by Friz Freleng and produced in 1952, the animated short was first released on May 2, 1953. In it, Bugs Bunny attempts to shake off Yosemite Sam (here, cast as a Civil War-era colonel), who is preventing him from crossing the Mason-Dixon Line.
Ana's husband is the perfect wealthy middle-class man. Koro's husband is a cook with no more ambitions. One day, Ana meets Koro in a night club and she proposes Ana to seduce each others husbands. The following morning Ana thinks this was a joke, but things are not always what it seems. Written by Dulzz
Junko and Kohei were each other's first relationship, and got married. A white apartment, a white blouse, and white underwear; their relationship was pure. But then Junko put on conspicuous lingerie and a black dress, and went to attend a class reunion. Suspicious, Kohei followed behind her until she disappeared into a hotel with Okada, a former junior high school classmate. Kohei had learned from his mother to obsessively despise `filth,' and vowed to make Junko utterly filthy. So, he presented his own wife to a gang rape club...
After learning his mother’s sudden death, a rebellious Hwagyo (Chinese in Korea) teenager sets out on an unknown journey to Taiwan in order to fulfill his mother’s last will, and to seek for his identity…
After James Maniscalco - a ruthless, egomaniacal investment executive - decides he's going to start his own firm, he must get past a bunch of dimwitted executives hellbent on keeping their company afloat.
An African American couple (Winfield and Alice) adopt two orphans from a Vietnamese refugee camp. After twenty-two years, the children are reunited with their birth mother, bringing deeply submerged resentments and misconceptions to the surface and forcing the characters to reexamine their identity and relationships in both comical and poignant situations.
Inspired by the filmmaker's life experience, Ketchup & Soya Sauce is a feature documentary highlighting how partners in mixed relationships involving a first-generation Chinese immigrant and a non-Chinese partner celebrate and manage their cultural differences.
A decapitated cook wreaks havoc on his kitchen.
"SNL" alum Rob Schneider takes to the stage (as himself) to examine the bizarre nature of fame, the woes of aging and the virtue of sweatpants. Known for his off-the-wall characters, Schneider opens up about his own life, which can be equally zany.
A bunch of freaks have mundane conversations about hot fries, eye surgery, laundry, and milk.
A Farcical Dissertation on Woman's Rights
In London, a group of rappers perform their verses in random order and at different speeds.
Life hangs by a thread. Sometimes, it is none other than an old floor lamp switch. The question (of life and death) should be: must the light stay on or off? This exploration between hunter and prey will be revealed with music.
Set to the dark, exotic aromas of fish sauce, this short film follows the romance of a Vietnamese nurse and her young American male patient.
Two girls from nuclear towns in Israel and Iran spill their countries most valuable secrets on Facebook while trying to prevent a nuclear crisis.
Amidst her own personality crisis, southern housewife Evelyn Couch meets Ninny, an outgoing old woman who tells her the story of Idgie Threadgoode and Ruth Jamison, two young women who experienced hardships and love in Whistle Stop, Alabama in the 1920s.
in 2010 Beardyman went on tour around the UK performing a show based on suggestions from his fans. Here is it's story. Any likenesses to persons living or dead is completely intentional.
Game Sauce was a spin off of gamer.tv, which featured reviews and previews of imported games. Game Sauce had wacky Japanese-style announcers and styles to go with the show's premise. Like other programs from gamer.tv, this has aired on American television networks G4 and GSN. Game Sauce was produced by Gamer TV, a subsidiary company of Trans World International, and ran for 2 years. At its height, it was distributed to nine territories and 210 million homes worldwide.
The Sauce is a daily live interactive show that aired on the music network Fuse. It was hosted by Steve Smith and Jared Cotter and aired weekdays at 6PM EST/3PM PST and premiered on April 2, 2007 and ended on May 22, 2008. The show included music, movies, and entertainment as well as technology, apparel, and sports. The host and guests interact with the home audience daily by way of live webcam, instant messaging, instant polls via the web, and mobile devices.
The Lost Saucer is an ABC network television series produced by Sid and Marty Krofft. It first aired September 6, 1975.