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Beginning with his childhood in Nome, Alaska, the film details his joining the Signal Reserve Corps Aviation Section (1919), his record breaking 1922 coast-to-coast flight, earning a doctorate at MIT, and development of 'instrument-only' flying. Wings of A Warrior explores Doolittle's extensive military career including his role in the Invasion of Normandy and his incredible leadership in the raid on Tokyo.
A clip from the new special, Jeff Dunham: Minding the Monsters, filmed at Savannah, GA's Lucas Theater in May. Minding the Monsters finds Dunham's comedic troupe in sidesplitting situations that will both trick and treat viewers to a Halloween entertainment extravaganza.
Celebrates the moments that make up a perfect winter. Tour the world's most inspiring snowy landscapes, from the rugged peaks of New Hampshire's Mount Washington to the legendary powder of Squaw Valley, California; from the striking Himalayas in Gulmarg, India, to the southern hemisphere's highest peak in Portillo, Chile. Alaska, Utah, Colorado, New Zealand, Norway -- it's all here, just waiting for you to fill in the blank.
The extreme voyeurism of reality television reaches out and tweaks the worst part of our natures. If Bristol Palin left her diary on the table in your kitchen, would you read it? If a Palin reality show was filmed in Alaska and nobody watched would it really be real? These questions and more bedevil me as we journey to the land of the midnight sun where the men are men and apparently the women are too in Bristol Palin: Life's A Tripp.
There was a simpler time. There was a time gone by. Somewhere before the summer of 2008, most of us had blissfully only heard the name of Palin in the context of Michael of Monty Python fame. Now you can try as you might and you cannot avoid the juggernaut media domination that is Palin-nation. Her, him, them - all on TV. Help.
DVD Review THE GOLD RUSH (BLU-RAY)
I'm ashamed to say I'm never seen a movie either starring Charlie Chaplin or directed by him. What better way to finally break the seal on this cinema legend than with what many consider to be a comedic masterwork.
Join Ming Tsai as he and a great group of guest chefs find inspiration from his East-West pantry and from surprise ingredients that range from exotic fruits and vegetables to meats and fish. "I want to bring you into the mind of the chef; we went into the studio and on the road with no recipes, no thought of what we would be making - using our pantry or favorite markets as inspiration," says Ming. "We want to show you how you can shop in your own pantry and create delicious dinners on the fly."
Highly anticipated, Game Change ultimately falls flat, but not because it is not entertaining enough in a superficial way. The story of Sarah from Alaska and her ascension to the national stage is an unpleasant story of unpleasant people trying to do very unpleasant things. Maybe playing it for real laughs would have redeemed it.
On her 50-state road trip, Pelosi discovers who really makes up America's melting-pot society, including: New York City coffee cart guys; a Buddhist monk in Utah; a nuclear scientist at Los Alamos National Lab; a Kentucky Paralympian from Nigeria; young refugees from Iraq living in Nebraska; and a Muslim mother with a dream to take a cruise to Alaska.
Film Explores Tokyo's Thriving Underground Music Scene Where Musical Ideas Are Pushed To The Extreme - Portion Of Proceeds To Be Donated To The
The life and the career of John Muir come to life through this inspiring and beautiful documentary set against the magnificent landscapes of the American West.
Cinema Verite tells the behind-the-scenes story of the groundbreaking 12-hour PBS documentary series "An American Family," which chronicled the lives of the Louds in the early 1970s and catapulted the Santa Barbara family to notoriety while creating a new genre: the reality TV series.
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