Critically acclaimed chronicle of the northwest grunge rock explosion, and the birth of 'The Seattle Sound'. Features rare concert footage, debut shows, and interviews.
Nine-year-old Mary Margaret discovers a magical looking glass and is swept into an enchanted and wondrous realm ruled by giant, tyrannical ducks.
Hype -- A new Hollywood romantic epic is sweeping the nation. Everybody and their friends are going-- No, running to see it.
Everybody, that is, except for Libby, who is quite adamant in her refusal to join the herd...
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Conceiving Ada -- Emmy Coer, a computer genius, devises a method of communicating with the past by tapping into undying information waves...
Trailer for the documentary Hype!
Filmed over a 3-1/2 year period, 'Hype!' takes a close, hard look at Seattle's 'grunge' music scene, from its origins in the basements of young musicians in the 1980s to its worldwide popularity in the early 1990s, thanks largely to Nirvana's song 'Smells Like Teen Spirit.' Interviews and performance footage of Seattle musicians (both famous and unknown), provide insight into the history of grunge, most notably its effect on the music industry, and its exploitation by the media. the film contains the first live performance of Nirvana's Smells Like Teen Spirit and rare footage by Soundgarden, Mudhoney, Melvins, Blood Circus, Posies, Seaweed, 7 Year Bitch, Supersuckers, and others.
Deliriously funny horror film about an overly imaginative girl who believes her adulterous stepfather is planning to murder her wealthy mom.
Author and New York Times columnist David Brooks discusses human emotions and his latest book "The Social Animal" on the Report.
An hour with David Brooks
Chris Matthews and David Brooks on President Obama; Economists Joseph Stiglitz and Richard Berner
An hour with David Brooks, The New York Times
New York Times journalist David Brooks pays a visit to the Report to have a political chat with Stephen.
David Brooks, The New York Times
A Conversation With David Brooks Of "The New York Times" || A Conversation With Brent Scowcroft, Former National Security Adviser And Carlos Pascual, Brookings Vice President And Director Of Foreign Policy At Brookings
David Brooks Is An Author And A Columnist For The New York Times. He Discusses The Political And Cultural State Of The Nation And The Problems Of Opportunism And Machine Politics In The Current Administration.
Loren, the unforgiving father-in-law, threatens to take back Sully's homestead.
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