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Venus & Vegas
When three Vegas buddies (Thomas, Faison, Guerra) attempt the score of a lifetime, they have to walk a fine line between their girlfriends who want their heads (Pressly, Sims, Sanchez), and the mobsters (Polito, Ben-Victor, Ben Rubi) who want them dead. They quickly learn, whether it's love or crime, you gotta be ready to do the time.
16-year-old Sonny Corpus (Cogie Domingo), born and raised in the slums of Manila, frequently hangs out with his friends Celso, Jimmy, and Rodel. The three pressured Sonny to spend more time with them. Unknown to Sonny, his friends planned to rob a house one night. During the robbery, Celso accidentally fired at the owner of the house Anita Linda, killing her. Police came and Jimmy and Rodel were killed, prompting Sonny to freeze and Celso to run. The police finds Sonny at the scene and arrests him.
Night of the Fight: Hatton's Last Stand
‘Night of the Fight’ is an unprecedented, behind the scenes account of events leading up to, during and after five time World Champion Boxer Ricky Hatton’s comeback fight at the MEN arena, Manchester in 2012.
The Best of Men
The Best of Men charts one remarkable doctor’s transformation of care for paraplegics. An inspirational doctor arrives at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in 1944 and transforms the lives of his patients and staff. The patients are paralysed soldiers, written off and facing death from neglect, but their big breakthrough comes when Doctor Guttmann introduces sport into their rehabilitation. Guttmann rejects the general view that paralysis is a terminal condition and throws out the old care regime and soon establishes a new regime, getting all his patients to live fulfilling lives, using sport to help patients build physical strength as well as self-respect. This heart warming and uplifting true story of the birth of the Paralympic Games, follows Doctor Ludwig Guttmann, an unsung hero, who revolutionised life for paralysed people.
Eddie Huang Seeks Revenge Against Spicy Wings
For Eddie's showdown with the wings of death, he brings a different strategy to the table and talks about everything from Anthony Bourdain's mentorship, to outrageous chef fashions. Welcome to the hot seat, Eddie!
Bakit May Kahapon Pa
Award-winning actress Nora Aunor turned in one of her finest performances as Helen a survivor. As a child she was mysteriously spared when soldiers led by then Col. Valderama massacred the peasants of the town of San Marco. But while her body healed her mind did not. Inside she was seething with anger and obsessed with getting back at the demonic Valderama. After many years her planning finally bore fruit. The man was at last within her reach. The drama of revenge was now nearing its climax. All it was waiting for was for Helen to set it in motion.
The Ideal City
Michele lives in his flat in full self-sufficiency, without running water or electricity. One night, he gets caught up in a series of confusing and mysterious events...
Five women, Gwen (Arci Muñoz), Bridgette (Bela Padilla), Jessica (Yassi Pressman), Clarisse (Andi Eigenmann) and Joanne (Kim Molina) enters a boot camp named Camp Sawi. Each woman, had a history of being heartbroken by their romantic interest and the girls as members of the aptly named camp help one another in dealing with their ill feelings under the watch of camp chef and head coach Louie (Sam Milby).
An overseas delegation led by the foreign minister gathers at a country club, policemen Zhang Gui Xiang (Elvin Ng) and Han Xiao Yang (Tracy Lee) are patrolling the golf course when a garbage can explodes. At another part of the island, a group of workers gathered outside a commercial building demanding higher wages. Inspectors Tang Yao Jia (Qi Yu Wu) and Liao Xin Yi (Joanne Peh) rush onsite to pacify and disperse the crowd. Chaos breaks out when someone shouted anti-government slogans. On an island outside of Singapore, patrol boat commander Zhang Cen Lin (Chris Tong) and her team are investigating strange blasting noises and discover bomb remnants. She suspects that bomb testing is being carried out on the island. Singapore is hosting the World Security Summit, Senior Station Inspector Zhong Yi Da (Tay Ping Hui) worries that the series of events may be connected in some ways to jeopardise the Summit. Who is the group masterminding the plot and what is their real motive?
When the Love is Gone
Emmanuel is a great provider to his family but is left wanting for intimacy from his wife Audrey. Emman is likewise an active tri-athlete. In one of his preparations for an upcoming triathlon, he meets Cassie, a troubled wife seeking solace at the beach, away from her gay husband.
The film follows a character named Roberto Ong (Jericho Rosales). It checks in on him in four phases of his life. In elementary school, he experiences his first brush with romance, with the affections of his friend Portia. In high school, as an awkward, acne-ridden teen, he falls hard for a transferee student he refers to as "special someone" (Andi Eigenmann). In college he comes face to face with the prospect of failure. And as working adult, he is confronted with his entire educational past as he deals with an impending reunion.
The Journey: The Tumultuous Times
The Journey: Tumultuous Times deftly captures Singapore's historical period starting from 1941 right up to 1965. The aerial bombing of Singapore by Japanese aircraft whirls the once peaceful island into chaos. Tianpeng (Li Nan Xing) and Tianying (Allen Chen) step forward to challenge the invaders but their anti-Japanese activities soon aggravate the Japanese army and while Tianpeng manages to escape to Indonesia, Tianying is brutally slaughtered. The intensity of the story snowballs as Tianying's children Zhang Min (Felicia Chin) and Zhang Jia (Shaun Chen) lose each other while they flee from danger. Zhang Min is fortunate to cross paths with Hong Dangyong (Andie Chen) and Hong Minghui (Jeanette Aw) who stand by her during her most difficult days. With a twist of fate Zhang Jia is saved by Hu Weiren (Chen Han Wei) and grows up as the son of a man who played a part in his father's death. Zhang Jia's name is changed to Hu Jia and he soon becomes a notorious underworld figure. Tianpeng's son Zhang Yan (Romeo Tan) returns from his studies in England and joins the Legal Department as Prosecutor—a sharp contrast from Hu Jia who reigns the underworld. While their fathers had once worked hand in hand, their sons enter into unbending conflict, creating a fiercely tense outline for the show. The Journey: Tumultuous Times presents significant historical events in Singapore and displays the patriotism and devotion of the nation's pioneers, showcasing the difficult journeys they embarked to transform the island.
The Dream Makers
The Dream Makers story continues and it has been three years since Zhou Wei Yun (Zoe Tay) was transferred from the Variety department to the Drama department as VP. Her bosses decide to hire two new VPs Lin Tao (Li Nan Xing) and Guan Xie En (Huang Bi Ren). Their work performances greatly outshine Wei Yun’s, causing her to feel threatened. However, she slowly becomes good friends with Xie En as they share about their family troubles. Lin Tao is ambitious and will risk anything to achieve his goals. During an incident, he makes a rash move and suffers the consequences. Zhao Fei Er (Jeanette Aw) is the reigning queen of the tv station, but she is envious of her good friend, Fang Tong Lin’s (Rui En) career and love life. Moreover, she has not gotten over her ex-boyfriend, Jason Lam (Qi Yu Wu), who is now Tong Lin’s boyfriend. Fei Er’s half-sister, Dong Zi Huai (Julie Tan), returns to Singapore and is jealous of Fei Er’s success. She deliberately sows discord between Tong Lin and Jason, making Fei Er out to be the third party. Tong Lin breaks off her engagement with Jason while Fei Er’s career took a dive. How will each of these characters cope with the challenges of their career, love life and family? How will they survive in the exciting and yet unforgiving entertainment industry?
India Love Talks About Getting Bullied On Get Sweaty
The new season of Get Sweaty kicks off with reality star and model, India Love, who talks with host Emily Oberg about getting bullied for her looks and learning to love herself.