A young man carrying a big basket that contains his deformed Siamese-twin brother seeks vengeance on the doctors who separated them against their will.
Henelotter up's the ante in the final part of his trilogy by introducing a new member to the family; the potentially monstrous fruit of hideously deformed Belial's loins. With the pair still enjoying relative anonymity and comfort in their new found home (presided over by Granny Roth), things however take a downward turn on a trip to the Georgia Clinic of Uncle Hal, which leads to an encounter with an especially nasty redneck sheriff and his similarly blinkered band of merry men.
Having eluded the authorities after a series of grisly murders, the pair find sanctuary at the palatial home of Granny Ruth, an eccentric philanthropist who rallies the cause of "Unique Individuals". But even amongst "friends" the pair soon find themselves having to confront their murderous past.
Peter Coyote (E.T., Erin Brokovich) and Karen Allen (The Perfect Storm) star in this touching family drama about the unifying power of basketball in a community torn apart by war. Both a riveting sports film and a tale of triumph over adversity, The Basket is "a hoop dream movie with a whole lot of heart" (Dallas Morning News)! In 1918, when the wheat-farming townspeople of Waterville, Washington, welcome home their first wounded son from WWI, they'restruck by the harsh reality of war. And just as bigotry and hatred toward two German orphans dividethe close-knit community, a new schoolteacher, Martin (Coyote), rolls into town with some strange ideas and an even stranger leather ball. Through the brand-new game called basketball, Martin strivesto bring harmony to the town...before it tears itself apart!
What’s a gay boy to do when he’s fallen in love with Cédric, his officially straight best friend? For that in a nutshell is the touching scenario on offer here, only one that gets complicated when the object of Jérôme’s affection seemingly cannot decide which team to bat for, kissing him gay style during their time spent revising maths together, only to rebuke him in school when lessons switch to basketball. Contemplating coming out to his parents and unsure of whether sexually confused Cédric feels the same way about him, life sure isn‘t as easy as doing basketball or mathematics for our boy. Or should that be, being straight or gay
The Wizard of Oz meets Carrie on the streets of San Francisco.
A documentary on professional basketball's influence on Jewish culture.
A ten-year-old named Kivumvu (Kirundi for 'basket') searches for the origins of his often mocked name.
A documentary on the making of Frank Henenlotter's Basket Case trilogy.
Two cameras circle the Ubehebe crater in Death Valley. Double 35mm projection.
Basketball with one camera, one second.
A litter basket muses on the failure of people to feed it at a busy mainline railway station.
A documentary that focuses on the dramatic relationship of the Demoulas family over control of their $4 billion supermarket chain, Market Basket.
In the summer of 2014, a firestorm within a New England supermarket chain sparked a corporate drama that Esquire called "the last stand for the middle class". Food Fight is the story of the battle to save Market Basket, and about the power of ordinary, passionate people to rewrite corporate history.
A young African-American couple navigates the tricky paths of romance and athletics in this drama. Quincy McCall (Omar Epps) and Monica Wright (Sanaa Lathan) grew up in the same neighborhood and have known each other since childhood. As they grow into adulthood, they fall in love, but they also share another all-consuming passion: basketball. They've followed the game all their lives and have no small amount of talent on the court. As Quincy and Monica struggle to make their relationship work, they follow separate career paths though high school and college basketball and, they hope, into stardom in big-league professional ball.
An animated telling of Kobe Bryant's titular poem, signaling his retirement from the sport that made his name.
Shortly after the Inter-High of Kagami and Kuroko's second-year, a street basketball team from the USA called Team Jabberwock came to Japan to play a friendly match against a Japanese college-level street basketball team, Team Strky. Despite their best efforts, Strky is brutally crushed by Jabberwock. After the match, the Jabberwock players insult the players from Strky and all of Japanese basketball, claiming Strky's basketball was at the same level as monkeys and telling the players and crowds to quit playing basketball and kill themselves. As a revenge match, Kagetora assembles a dream team of all members of Generation of Miracles plus Kuroko Tetsuya and Kagami Taiga, along with bench players Hyūga Junpei, Takao Kazunari, and Wakamatsu Kōsuke, forming Team Vorpal Swords, with the hopes of reclaiming the pride of Japanese basketball.
Film adaptation of street tough Jim Carroll's epistle about his kaleidoscopic free fall into the harrowing world of drug addiction.
Mæja strawberry fruit basket, but cleaner, Red Apple keeps everything neat and tidy, green banana, but the left is right. IMMI pineapple but most offer themselves waiting to crown replaced with the message so he can crowned himself king. Eva orange but not over water reflection, and Suss in Poland and insect lamps have become even more pranksters than before. Goofy banana and green banana continue to march across Ávaxtakörfuna and not lose the rhythm. Gedda carrot is always happy, despite adversity and argues that there is nothing more natural than a vegetable farm in the fruit basket.
In the densely populated slums live large but poor family of charming and talented signor Leonido Popogatto. Under the guise of an important person he enters the secular parties and steals drinks and food from the tables.
In the story, Kagami Taiga has just enrolled into Seirin High School when he meets Kuroko Tetsuya of the school's basketball team. Kuroko happens to be the shadowy sixth member of the legendary Generation of Miracles basketball team. Together, Kagami and Kuroko aim to take their team to the inter-high school championship - against Kuroko's former teammates.
After a family tragedy turns her life upside down, 16-year-old high schooler Tooru Honda takes matters into her own hands and moves out...into a tent! Unfortunately for her, she pitches her new home on private land belonging to the mysterious Souma clan, and it isn't long before the owners discover her secret. But, as Tooru quickly finds out when the family offers to take her in, the Soumas have a secret of their own--when hugged by the opposite sex, they turn into the animals of the Chinese Zodiac!
Chip Baskets wants to follow his dream of being a French clown—however, reality keeps interfering. Saddled with financial difficulties and facing an impenetrable language barrier, he moves back home to Bakersfield with high hopes. There, he is forced to confront his past while working as a rodeo clown and competing with his siblings for his mother's approval and affection.
Tohru Honda is 16 year old orphaned girl who gets invited to live in the house of her classmate, the handsome boy Sohma Yuki, and his cousins, 16 year old Kyo and 27 year old Shigure. However, these young men and parts of the rest of their family (both close and distant) hold a curse; if they are hugged by the opposite gender, they transform into animals of the Chinese Zodiac. Everyday is an adventure for sweet Tohru, as she gets to know everyone in the large family better (especially Yuki and Kyo), in both common and bizarre situations. But, the Sohma Family curse is certainly no laughing matter... it also holds horrible cruelty and heartbreak.
the lives of the Chinle High School boys' basketball team based on the Navajo Nation reservation in Arizona.
Set during the turbulent years of the Japanese occupation until independence, and a few years before the division of Korea into North and South, the story is about the first and last time that Korea had a single, unified national basketball team, which made history by advancing to the quarterfinals of the 1948 London Olympics. The drama follows the loves, conflicts, unity, and emotional victory of young athletes who cling to the sport as the bright spot in the darkness of their times.
Klárka lives with her younger brother and her grandmother in a village. She keeps a special diary of everything she and her friends experience...
The Los Angeles based spin-off of Basketball Wives, Basketball Wives LA follows the lives of a group of women with relationships to some of the biggest basketball players in the game.
The drama revolves around basketball and describes the passion of youth. Two young students become rivals: one wishing to have all the glory and the other wanting to unify his team.
Hot Shot is a Taiwanese drama starring Jerry Yan, Show Luo, and Wu Chun of Fahrenheit. It was produced by Comic International Productions and directed by Lin He Long. It was first broadcast in Taiwan on free-to-air China Television from 27 July 2008 to 9 November 2008, on Sundays at 22:00 to 23:30 and cable TV Gala Television Variety Show/CH 28 on 2 August 2008 to 15 November 2008, every Saturday at 21:30 to 23:00. This show was also broadcast in Hong Kong, China, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, Indonesia and Philippines.
Follow the extraordinary lives of a group of female best friends as they juggle the success and stresses of building businesses, battling groupies, and searching for stability in the unstable arena of being the significant other to a basketball superstar.
Akane Tachibana and Hitonari Hiiragi were rising stars of high school basketball and bitter rivals on the court. In the past, the only thing keeping each one from being the best was the other. But when Hiiragi is transferred to Kouzu High School, they find themselves as teammates. Will the two masters of the court reconcile their differences in time for the big game against Kokutai, or will Hiiragi switch teams to challenge his rival face to face?
NBA Basketballography is a show hosted by Andre Aldridge aired since 2005 replacing Overtime.
The Last of the Baskets was a British television situation comedy produced by Granada and starring Arthur Lowe that ran for two series in the early 1970s. Created by John Stevenson the programme was about a factory worker Clifford Basket who inherited a title of the Earl of Clogborough, a rundown mansion at Little Clogborough-in-the-Marsh and a faithful servant Bodkin played by Arthur Lowe.
The Basketball Show is a television program aired on Basketball TV, hosted by Bill Velasco. The program first aired in 2001 on Radio Philippines Network. It was also the title of CBS Sports' NBA pregame show for the 1990 NBA playoffs, with Pat O'Brien and Bill Raftery. The program was discontinued when CBS lost rights to NBA games after that season.