Immediately after the events of The Desolation of Smaug, Bilbo and the dwarves try to defend Erebor's mountain of treasure from others who claim it: the men of the ruined Laketown and the elves of Mirkwood. Meanwhile an army of Orcs led by Azog the Defiler is marching on Erebor, fueled by the rise of the dark lord Sauron. Dwarves, elves and men must unite, and the hope for Middle-Earth falls into Bilbo's hands.
ARMADILLO is an upfront account of growing cynicism and adrenaline addiction for young soldiers at war. Mads and Daniel are on their first mission in Helmand, Afghanistan. Their platoon is stationed in Camp Armadillo, right on the Helmand frontline, fighting tough battles against the Taliban. The soldiers are there to help the Afghan people, but as fighting gets tougher and operations increasingly hairy, Mads, Daniel and their friends become cynical, widening the gap between themselves and the Afghan civilisation. Mistrust and paranoia set in causing alienation and disillusion. Armadillo is a journey into the soldier’s mind and a unique film on the mythological story of man and war, staged in its contemporary version in Afghanistan.
Walter lives together with his wife Helga isolated on a farm in northern Germany; rather they have drifted apart for some time now. After having the everyday breakfast Walter makes the last hay of the summer when he listens to the news on his tractor radio that a gigantic asteroid is approaching the earth in a great speed. Unfortunately, all attempts to avert the total destruction of mankind within 16 hours are in vain. He is uncertain how to tell his wife and decides for his own sake to conceal the end of the world from her. Trapped by his own lie Walter gradually remembers his almost forgotten love for his wife and is determined to celebrate the nicest last day on earth for her.
Armada is a Brazilian short movie about the dictatorship times that laid its iron fist over the country. When a journalist is taken to the basement where the torture claim its victims, the truth is no more than a detail.
Secrets, murders and lies... all in the name of family. In the middle of nowhere sits the Armadillo Café.The once popular, but now desolate, café is run by a strange family led a troubled, booze-addled mother (Betty Buckley) and a disturbed family (Lori Heuring, Brad Renfro, Jonathon Schaech). Their dark secrets are threatened when Sarah (Clare Kramer) arrives, seeking answers to her past.Turmoil reigns and emotions boil over as the horrifying truth unravels and Sarah barely escapes with her life.
Mickey and Pluto make a short stopover on a South American flight. Mickey throws Pluto's ball into the jungle, and he chases it but it looks exactly the same as an armadillo that's rolled up into a ball. This, of course, greatly confuses Pluto for a while. But he eventually makes friends with the armadillo. He chases the critter into a cave right behind his ball, and rips the ball apart thinking it's the armadillo, which makes him very sad until the armadillo shows up again.
Did you know that there are approximately five billion tiny armadillo-like mites and bacteria roaming around your body? When you think about it, our planet is blessed with a similar population. From the microscopic world of our personal fauna to the macroscopic beauty of the cosmos, Little Armadillos explores interconnectedness of worlds both large and small. In this zany animated short, the universe is just one very big--and very small--dance of life... rockin' to the tune of co-director John Forrest's title song, with Long John Baldry, Canada's King of rock and roll, on vocals.
A Filipino action movie directed by Augusto Salvador which is a followup from the movie Barumbado(1990) .
Action movie starred by Raymart Santiago.
On a late night visit to an ATM, three co-workers end up in a desperate fight for their lives when they become trapped by an unknown man.
In a desert wasteland, the scorched ground suddenly cracks. A boy finds himself a witness to events he cannot explain, learning about sin, sorrow, ignorance, redemption and hope.
Upon his release from jail for a crime he was framed for, Abel learns that the woman he loves and the child he fathered have been kidnapped. In trying to find out who was behind the kidnapping, Abel uncovers a scheme involving high-ranking officials and millions of pesos of bribe money.
A professional thief and a professional wrestler fight against federal agents as they try to get away with the score of a lifetime.
Cuba, pueblo armado was shot by Joris Ivens in 1961 and illustrates the Cuban people's determination to defend the revolution. To make this film, Ivens and his crew followed a military brigade which consisted of volunteers.
Prague, summer of 1938: The armies of the Little Entente (Czechoslovakia, Romania, Yugoslavia) come together to demonstrate their defense readiness.
A brave armadillo ventures out into the desert in search of food for his growing family. Along the way, he makes some new friends and meets some unexpected challenges.
The Armada team has always been a group of skiers who have brought new life and unique perspective to an industry in need of change. The “oil in the water”. Take a journey into the lives of five of these skiers and see their approach to skiing and why they do the sport that they unconditionally love.
Beyond the hostilities of the Libyan civil upheaval rose one of the most compelling expressions of the Arab awakening: an unarmed front. For a full year we follow the peaceful battle that began during the first days of the uprising. We see artists, intellectuals, ex-military, and young Libyans who sought to lead a different kind of revolution, one of ideas. Beyond the Frontline is an intimate and humane story. It explores the contradictions that coexist within Libyan society, in their struggle for justice and liberty.
Transformers: Armada, known in Japan as Chō Robot Seimeitai Transformers: Micron Densetsu, is a Transformers animated series, comic series and toy line which ran from 2002–2003. It was originally scheduled for 2001, however was delayed until early-2002. As the first series co-produced between the American toy company, Hasbro, and their Japanese counterpart, Takara, Armada begins a new continuity/universe for Transformers, with no ties to any of the previous series, including the immediately prior Transformers: Robots in Disguise in 2001. It would go on to birth a sequel in the form of Transformers: Energon.
Little Armadillos was an alternative comedy sketch show in sitcom format that aired on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom in 1984. Set in a nightclub run by the psychotic brothers Wayne and Donny Armadillo, the show ran for seven 30-minute episodes from 13 September to 25 October 1984 and has never been repeated or released on video or DVD. Written by Pete Richens & Colin Gibson, it starred Steve Steen and Jim Sweeney as Wayne and Donny respectively and co-starred Daniel Peacock, Helen Lederer, Phil Nice, Steve Frost & Mark Arden, among other members of the alternative comedy scene of the early Eighties.The show also featured The Flatlettes, who sang short songs within the show which were written by Colin Gibson & Kenny Craddock. the show was directed by Bob Spiers. "Those that can remember this dark 'alternative comedy' have fond memories of it however the show has now faded into oblivion." British Sitcom Guide.
Three-part documentary about the sinking of the Spanish Armada, featuring dramatic reconstructions and information gleaned from recently recovered documents. Dan Snow takes to the sea to tell the story of how England came within a whisker of disaster in summer 1588.
This is the history of the Transformers. This is a history of battles where the evil Destron army has waged against the heroic Cybertron warriors. However, the battle has changed onward due to the rise of a new type of Transfomer, known as the Microns. Fighting to protect them in hopes of liberating them is Convoy, while Megatron wages battle in the hopes of enslaving them all. As new warriors join the conflict the battle for the Microns changes into an entirely new scenario.