Haley is a naturally gifted athlete but, with her social behavior, the teen seems intent on squandering her abilities. After a final brush with the law, a judge sentences her to an elite gymnastics academy run by a legendary, hard-nosed coach. Once there, Haley's rebellious attitude wins her both friends and enemies.
The second release from the Slackjaw team, Stick It is an energetic romp around the UK bouldering scene. Accompanied by a quirky, exciting soundtrack, this film takes us on a breakneck tour of the UK’s top bouldering venues. Your guides: the country’s best climbers – Ben Moon, Malcolm Smith, Jerry Moffatt, Airlie Anderson, John Gaskins and British Champion Andy Earl. The problems: all the country’s stickiest. Infectious, fun stuff.
The single channel video STICK IT combines television footage of women's gymnastics with recordings of the artist attempting the same routines. Merging himself and the young gymnasts of the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta into one composite character, he enters an ambivalent position between envy, identification, rejection and critique of these highly controlled bodies and their restricted performative roles. The video follows the preparation and execution of a floor routine, suspending the marginal moment right before the action, encapsulating ambition, the pressure to succeed and the looming possibility of failure.
Chaos rules while factory worker Todd Kennedy is forced to choose between accepting a lucrative out of state job promotion or staying in Detroit. His indecision leaves him searching for answers from his highly dysfunctional friends Justin Rose, Scott Nelson, Matt Wojo, Gary Reiley, Lisa Brooks, Hot Rod Johnson and Mr. Willoughby.
David wakes up on the grounds of a deserted church. Is it a dream? An hallucination? Nope. This is the real world.
LOL Comedy presents Tom Arnold's first one-hour stand-up comedy special. From Iowa to L.A., Tom's hilarious real life journey is well documented in American pop cultural history. Tom exposes himself, his four marriages, his well publicized marriage to Rosanne Barr and all they went through and his lifelong friendships developed while working on 72 films. Tom Arnold was filmed in front of a sold out audience at San Bernardino's 1,700 seat Historic California Theatre of the Performing Arts for Showtime.
It Sticks Out Half a Mile was a BBC Radio sitcom created by Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles as a sequel to the television war sitcom Dad's Army, for which Snoad and Knowles had written radio adaptations.