A snobbish investor and a wily street con-artist find their positions reversed as part of a bet by two callous millionaires.
Emily (Faith Ford) misses her daughter Heather (Emma Lahana), who is attending college in Boston. Since her father died, Heather is sensitive to her mom’s dependence on long-standing holiday traditions. This Christmas, Heather has planned a trip to Phoenix with her boyfriend, but tells her mother she is staying on campus to study. After Emily arranges a house-swap with Charles (Tom Cavanagh), an English professor from Boston who wants Washington State’s solitude in order to finish his novel, Emily hops on a flight to Boston to surprise Heather for Christmas. Unaware of the house swap, Emily’s best friend, Faith (Gabrielle Miller) walks in on Charles at Emily’s house and in Boston, Ray, Charles’ brother (Gil Bellows) responds to a 911 call only to find Emily at Charles’ condo. Will Christmas travel calamities lead to cross-country romances? Or have there been one too many surprises already?
The love and rivalry between a racing veteran and his fellow driver son creates many conflicts for a family.
The Martin kids learn of a magic spell that will take them to the 'mommy market' so they can get a more user friendly model. After giving a few other moms a try, they want their own back. But that is not so easy.
A shiftless malcontent teams up with a shady Eastern European con artist to make some quick cash, but ends up becoming an unlikely, and reluctant, Robin Hood when he discovers his new partner-in-crime has traveled halfway around the world to free a victim of human trafficking.
Thee Hypnotics were one of those late 80's / early 90's bands that dug deep into the roots of rock, filling the gap between alternative rock and metal with their retro-garage sound. Originally from High Wycombe, they set about tearing up the local scene before before spreading their disease across the UK, Europe, and beyond. Three parts loose 'n loud garage rock, one part grungedelic progpunk, Thee Hypnotics produced the kind of uplifting vibe that most of the big-league rock 'n rollers had lost years ago, and most of the newer bar-room gutter rock and tripped-out psyche revivalists could only dream of.
A retrospective look back at the making of John Landis' 1983 film 'Trading Places'.
Many people travel for enjoyment; Dastin Kurdish travelled to survive! Escaping the tyranny of Iraq, he settled in London. By day, Dastin worked in a steel foundry; by night, he can be spotted in his taxi waiting for the nightclubs to close. This way of life was normal for Dastin. The only thing missing was his family. When his sister, Suzan, arrives in London, Dastin feels a joy that he hasn’t felt for a long time. She informs him that she has a modelling job, which she found online. Rightly sceptical, Dastin is protective of his little sister. Accusing him of being too overbearing, she leaves for her new ‘job’. Once there, Suzan’s dreams of being a supermodel are quickly dashed as she stumbles into a people trafficking ring, led by a group of Eastern European gangsters. A distressing voicemail from Suzan, leads Dastin on a one-man mission to save his sister, but what he finds is something far worse.
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Trading on Thin Air examines the carbon market and whether big business is capitalizing on environmentalism in order to make money.
After the Nazi gold and the bank secret, the practices of commodities trading and extracting companies based in Switzerland will be the reason for the next defamation of the country. Large parts of the world trade in commodities are handled by companies based in Zug and Geneva. They are known to pay very little taxes and to defy responsibility for environmental damages caused in the extracting countries. TRADING PARADISE shows how this business works and how NGOs try to improve the transparency and liability of these commodities giants.
A baseball-loving small girl decides to hook up her favorite down-on-his-luck baseball player and her mom, a down-on-her-luck lounge singer. Then her controlling rich granddad tries to force her mother to send the girl to live with him.
This film tries to make a silent record of the arrival of an economy of scale, its flows, and its effects upon the transformation of an island’s physical and human landscape.
A first hand account of one of the biggest cases of human trafficking during the Cold War. A story of greed, courage, hope and remorse.
She was running from her past , He was walking to his future... everything after that was destiny.
In the boom 1990s bull market, a small group of aspiring traders attend the University of Trading, experiencing first-hand the thrill of open-outcry trading in the commodities pits of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
An animated film about the Hudson's Bay trading post, and the relationship between fur traders and Indians.
Trading Tickers: the Long and Short of it" has one purpose, to make you a better trader. Whether you're completely new to the market or a veteran trader, there's something in this DVD for everyone. While the first four chapters lay the groundwork for everything that goes into my preparation before I even make a trade, the last eight chapters are where I dive into the specific strategies I use daily. Each chapter teaches a different setup that I play, including a grand total of 35 live trade examples! Experience my strategy as if you were sitting next to me watching me trade, listening to my every thought. You will see my entries, my exits, my successes, and my failures. But, most importantly, you will see WHY I make the trading decisions that I do.
Trading Spaces was an hour-long American television reality program that aired from 2000 to 2008 on the cable channels TLC and Discovery Home. The format of the show was based on the BBC TV series Changing Rooms. The show ran for eight seasons.
Trading Spaces: Boys vs. Girls was a 2003 reality television series spin-off of the home redecorating series, Trading Spaces, hosted by Diane Mizota. During the fourth season, Chuck Cureau hosted seven episodes until the show ended in 2005. In each episode, two friends redecorate each other's bedrooms in themes relating to the others tastes or hobbies. Trading Spaces: Boys vs. Girls aired regularly on the Discovery Kids Channel until it became The Hub.
Trading Spouses, often advertised as Trading Spouses: Meet Your New Mommy, is a FOX reality show in which two families, usually of different social classes, swap wives or husbands for a week. Each family is awarded $50,000, with the stipulation that the guest mother decides how her host family must spend the money. The title of the show is a play on the idiom Trading Spaces. The show shares a very similar format to the British program Wife Swap. In 2004,ABC showcased their upcoming Wife Swap show including projections of its popularity. Weeks before the show's debut, FOX introduced Trading Spouses. The producers of Wife Swap, RDF Media, claimed FOX stole their concept, while FOX argued that TV shows have always borrowed from one another and that FOX simply beat ABC to delivery. The show completed airing its third season on May 3, 2007. On February 27, 2008, FOX announced that it had sold the rights to Trading Spouses to CMT, effectively ending the series.
Anthony Yip, the Secretary of the Minister of Economic Development, collaborates with the “Three Financial Giants”: Eastman Properties president Ronald Man, Evergate Construction Materials president Fok Kin and Marco Media president Cheung Yung to manipulate the financial market for profit. In order to generate an even greater gain, Yip brings back financial genius Wai Hong from Myanmar, where he had been hiding from international authorities, in order to set the stage for a new financial crisis.
Trading Houses is a New Zealand Reality Show where couples trade wives and renovate each other's house.
Trading Matters is a segment on CNBC television's CashFlow. It screens weekdays at 2:40AEDT. It provides viewers with live reports from the Australian Stock Exchange and analysis about the business scene down under. In a previous incarnation it was a 30 minutes business news bulletin on CNBC that screened at 4pm Australian time on weekdays. The format was 'revised' to the shorter version at the end of 2009.