In crime ridden New York of the seventies two cops has had enough. They decide to take justice into their own hands. Things turn exciting and humorous. No hoodlum goes safe.
Alex wakes up to another fine day only to realize his disorder has the best of him, once again.
When Percy Brand, a habitual confidence trickster, keeps being sent down, he goes to great lengths to ensure that his son Colin, does not find out about his criminal past. But when Colin becomes an assistant to the Judge, who is about to try Percy for his latest escapade, Percy and his gang have to come up with a plan, to stop them meeting in court.
David Randall may be a schizophrenic, but he's no murderer -- at least that's what he claims. Having served time for two killings he swears not to have committed, Randall is now home, medicated and attempting to start a new life. But that proves difficult when the masked figure he sighted at the scene of the murders is back; a friend is in danger; and everyone seems to believe that he's the real threat in this chiller from Jack Thomas Smith.
A gang of four eyed crooks led by Kurt Bishop (McCarthy) are ripping off top dollar computer chips from a list of factories. The night they hit Dynaphase Systems, two dirty employees are staying late using company resources to develop their own plans for a security microchip worth millions of dollars. Psychopathic Bishop raids the Dynaphase facility and downloads the mainframe before the employees have a chance to completely erase their work from it. When Bishop discovers the value of the stolen, but partially erased information, he sets out after the rest of the chip design, letting nothing stand in his way.
The Stooges are key witnesses at a murder trial. Their friend, Gail Tempest (a name whose parts are synonyms of each other), who dances at the Black Bottom cafe where the Stooges are musicians, is accused of killing Kirk Robin (a play on "Who Killed Cock Robin?"). Although the boys disrupt the proceedings, they manage to clear Gail's name and extract the real murderer's identity from a parrot.
Louis Theroux travels to Johannesburg, where the residents find themselves increasingly besieged by crime as he looks at the issue of law and disorder.
Freeride has spent the last year travelling to such exotic locations as Israel, Argentina, Europe,Utah and of course BC to capture the most progressive and scenic riding in the world. Staring the big dogs of freeriding McCaul, Lacondeguy, Basagoitia, Berrecloth, Goss, Boyko, Bourdon and along with the rest of the world's best racers, freeriders and dirt jumpers have thrown down their best moves to
Louis visits on of America’s most crime-ridden cities in this installment of Law and Disorder.
A group of existentially lost romantics attempt to find happiness by embracing a birthday.
A war veteran is hired to protect the family of a wealthy businessman. Based on the 2015 French film, "Disorder".
In the fourth installment of his Law and Disorder series, Louis goes to through Lagos, Nigeria, and follows the KAI (Kick Against Indiscipline) task force and union leader MC as well as other gang members.
After committing a crime, low life Sam Lowry calls the help of Marty Byron, a scummy lawyer who helps get her off.
Gee Atherton ripping the Worlds course the day after winning the race, Robbie Bourdon stomping a 70 ft. flat spin and Fabien Barel dropping an insane, near vertical line in Morocco, that's right New World Disorder is back with it's 9th installment, "Never Enough." Filmed exclusively in Super 16mm and High Definition, the world premiere will screen September 24th, during the annual Interbike trade show in Las Vegas.
Nate is a member of a ghost-hunting team making a documentary. After kicking some flowers over on a grave, he is plagued by nightmares. As his mental health suffers, he recounts his story to a psychiatrist.
Ric Burns (brother of the famed documentarian Ken Burns) presents an exhaustive history of New York City from the settling of the area by the Dutch to the attack by terrorists nearly 400 years later. Told in a sentimental tone, Burns weaves a lyrical tale of the great metropolis that encompasses not only the city's streets, but also that of the history of America. Though around fourteen hours in length, this epic documentary presents a thoughtful, entertaining look at our relatively young country. This second installment finds the city as the largest port in the country. Waves of Irish and German immigrants flood into the city between 1825 and 1865 only to find that New York is not so welcoming to immigrants. Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux shape the city with their design for Central Park but social unrest still ran high for the working classes, coming to a climax with the draft riots of 1863.
Unchained, features badass riding by the best in the biz. Once again, our cinees have scoured the earth, hitting the most exotic locales and competitions worldwide. Tune into over 2 hours of riding and extras featuring footage from Adidas Slopestyle, Crankworx, Monsterpark, Bolivia, Utah, BC Canada and Mexico on this special double DVD.
This video is about Sapan's life and his anxiety issues and problems. Issues which some of us have too but gets unnoticed. He has done some great work here.
The start of a legacy. The first of the New World Disorder series which stopped at the 10th film. The movie was one of only a few documenting the mountain bike disciplines of free riding, trails and downhill. The filming is incredible for the time while the music is hard rock of the late 90's. Added bonuses include the most impressive unicyclist you'll ever have seen and a pair of mountain boardera. Also included is fourwheel mountain biking with Trevair sending it big and Stacy Kohut seding it stylie. The most iconic part of this film is the "Jah Drop" that Josh Bender attempts. The Jah Drop is a 55ft. cliff located in Kamloops, Canada.
NWD 10 "Dust & Bones" is the final chapter in the epic saga known as New World Disorder. Shot in high definition with RED cameras you' ll witness the ultimate throw down segment by Darren Berrecloth, unbelievable back flip combinations from Greg Watts and the new school styles of Graham Agassiz. Follow the Clump, Stumps and Jumps Tour as they jam the west coast and entertain a Giants baseball game
Professor Jim Al-Khalili investigates the important concepts of energy and information.
Law and Disorder is a British sitcom that aired on ITV in 1994. Starring Penelope Keith, it was written by Alex Shearer, who had also written No Job for a Lady, which Keith appears in. It was directed and produced by John Howard Davies. Law and Disorder was made for the ITV network by Central and Thames Television.
Disorder in the Court is a reality series airing on TruTV that was based on The Three Stooges episode of the same name. Each episode features brawls and other chaos inside of real court rooms or similar events videotaped elsewhere used as evidence in real court cases.
Al Murray's Multiple Personality Disorder is a British sketch show starring comedian Al Murray. The multi character aspect of the show was a departure from Murray's previous television comedy work, as the sole character The Pub Landlord. The show ran from 27 February to 12 April 2009, airing in the Friday night prime time slot on ITV & UTV. STV in Scotland did not broadcast the programme. It was commissioned on 4 June 2008.
As the co-founder of the Chinese law firm Donald & Co., Charles Cheuk, has been a chairman of its committee for many years. Though he had promised his managing partner KC Lau that he would step down, Charles hires the money-minded lawyer Kent Cheung as a new partner for the firm, hoping that he would be able to counterbalance KC’s growing obsession for authority.
The Disorderly Room was a very early British television comedy production, written by Eric Blore and starring Tommy Handley. Blore was also an actor who played roles such as butlers in various Hollywood films, while Handley later found greater fame in the BBC radio comedy show It's That Man Again. The Disorderly Room was first performed on stage at the Victoria Palace Theatre, in 1919 and starred Blore, Stanley Holloway, Tom Walls, Leslie Henson and Jack Buchanan. The show was a one-off piece which consisted of a single sketch, wherein army disciplinary proceedings were put to the tunes of various popular songs of the day. It was first performed live on the BBC Television Service on Saturday 17 April 1937, in a fifteen-minute form at 3.45pm. Such was its popularity, however, that the production was re-staged on various occasions before the suspension of the flegdling television service for the duration of the Second World War in September 1939. The later performances on 30 August 1937; 23 December 1937; 15 August 1939 and finally on 20 August 1939. None of these has survived because the technology to record them did not exist at the time of their broadcasting; the sole surviving remnants are still photographs.
The Disordered Mind is a Canadian medical documentary television miniseries which aired sporadically on CBC Television in 1960, 1963 and 1966.
Disorderly Conduct: Video on Patrol is an American reality television series produced by Cheri Sundae Productions. The US version is narrated by Robert Patrick. Much of the show focuses on car chases, recorded from either a police/news helicopter or a police car's dashboard-mounted evidence camera, but it also shows recordings of DUI suspects, robberies recorded by store surveillance cameras, and sometimes police stings and drug busts. It is shown on Spike TV in the US and Virgin 1, Bravo and Five in the UK.