Four high school friends plan to ride out their senior year taking easy classes, including a program for housing foreign exchange students and eventually all attending Ohio State. Hurdles befall each of the four: grades, higher aspirations, love. Is it the Foreign Exchange students that learn from their host or the hosts that do more of the learning?
Jackie (Holly Sampson) and Ben (Eddie Jay) move into a luxurious new home in the affluent neighborhood of Verdana Hills. They are immediately welcomed and befriended by their sexy new neighbor Lizellee (Monique DeMoan) and invited to a pool party to meet the rest of the neighbors in the complex. After meeting Lizette’s husband Lorenzo (Ben Brown) at the pool gathering, Ben is invited and told about a “sexual card game” that allows everyone in the complex to discard their marital inhibitions. Soon both Jackie and Ben are pulled into a world of swingers and lurid sex that threatens the very fibers of their relationship.
Samantha and daughter Blake invite Chloe, a foreign exchange student from Britain, into their California home. The two girls become close friends but Samantha's uneasiness begins with the suspicious death of Blake's boyfriend. Samantha sets out to prove her daughter's innocence, discovering Chloe's ultimate plan is to "adopt" Samantha as her "mum".
Carol and Neil are are successful in terms of grades, but not very popular at their highschool. When Carol comes to know that two foreign exchange students from France and Italy were redirected to another school, she figures she and Neil could take their places and be in the middle of public interest for one semester.
Karate meets Kalashnikovs as the uncontrollable force and the immovable object are thrown together in this bloody hilarious action comedy! Hiro's a Tokyo cyber-punk Yakuza with a simple mission: smuggle a toilet made of pure heroin to New York City. If he fails his boss will stick his sword where the rising sun don't shine. Marco's a muscle mountain enforcer working for a family of ex-commandos from the Bosnian war. He's an entry-level thug with dreams of rising up the ranks. But in the Bosnian mob, promotion is spelled AK-47. When a bloody New York mob war erupts and Hiro and Marco snatch the toilet. It's worth millions - if they can find somebody who can decipher the Japanese chemistry formula. Wounded, hunted and dragging a 50-pound toilet made of heroin; they race around New York. Through sleazy alleyways, bouncer brawls, sniper shoot-outs and a biker war they're on a quest to find a Japanese chemist...
In 1721, the Regent of France, wanting to seal the peace with Spain, offers to the Spanish King, a marriage between their respective heirs: Louis XV, age 11, and Maria Anna Victoria, the 4-year-old Spanish infanta. The Regent of France also offers to marry his daughter, Mademoiselle de Montpensier, 12, to the Prince of Asturias, the 14-year-old heir apparent to the Spanish throne. Madrid responds enthusiastically to both proposals, and the ceremonies are promptly organized. The exchange of the princesses is to take place with great pomp on a small island, in the river bordering the two countries. Everything has been done to expect the best of the children, but nothing will proceed as planned.
A deal on assigning for property reveals more new rules and laws of the society in the nearest future. The rates haven’t been so high. Status is everything. Love is nothing.
Monsieur Bosquier, the owner of a private school, is far from pleased when his eldest son, Philippe, fails his end of year exams. He decides to send his wayward offspring to England to improve his English. In exchange, Philippe’s host, a wealthy whisky distiller, Mac Farrel, will send his daughter, Shirley, to live with the Bosquiers in France. However, Philippe has already decided to spend the summer holidays on a yacht with his friends, so he sends a fellow student, Michonnet, to England in his place. The deception is soon discovered but things go from bad to worse when Philippe and Shirley fall in love and fly to Scotland to get married...
A group of scoundrels are trying to save as much money as possible during the currency exchange in USSR in 1961.
Mindy Chan (Andy Lau) is a top-notched gambler/swindler. His girlfriend Lily (Christy Chung) and friend Ah Chi are card dealers at the casino where bad guy Lau and his mistress Mona (Anita Lee) frequent. Chor Hung (Tony Leung Ka-Fai), a play on the Chinese name for famed retired actress Cherie Chung, is a senior security guard at the local prison. During a card game, Ah Chi and Mindy swindle millions of dollars from Lau, but they are caught. Lau makes a deal with Mindy - in exchange for Ah Chi (who had been kidnapped), Mindy needs to go to prison and find out where a guy named Robinson (Kwan Hoi-San) has hidden $3 billion dollars worth of bonds.
Mariko Okano’s boyfriend Junichi Nagata leaves suddenly to become a volunteer teacher in a remote country. Mariko and Junichi’s families are both left wondering why he departed so quickly, without discussing his plans with them first. The next day, a woman’s charred body is discovered in a warehouse. The woman turns out to be Ayako Oshima, the mother of a student who was suspected of arson in a warehouse blaze 15 years ago. Oddly, Mariko had been trapped in that warehouse fire with another student, but was saved by Junichi. However, the other student died in the blaze. Soon after, Mariko receives a letter from Junichi, in which he confesses to a crime Mariko was not aware of. Are the two fires related? And what was the crime Junichi confessed to?
Girls boarding school in the remote Scottish Highlands, 1986. Reg is a lonely 15 year old girl, who stares longingly out of her dorm window at the chainsaw wielding tree surgeon working in the school grounds. Reg and her classmates have to take part in a self defense exercise - The Attack Test. Alone, Reg must walk through the woods until she is attacked by her masked teacher, Mike, at which point she must defend herself using force. This is intended as real life preparation for these privileged and inexperienced women living in an isolated world where rape paranoia was rife. Full of trepidation, Reg walks into the woods where Mike is waiting, but the test does not go according to plan.
John Stitt and Max Cameron are two boys fanatical for the card game "Battle Day Zero." One day the combination of a wild storm and a mysterious booster pack suddenly means they can bring Hiro, one of the game's characters into their world. Excited but worried their secret will be discovered, the boys decide to take Hiro to school where he is mistaken for a Japanese exchange student. Despite this temporary solution the portal being open means that more people and monsters from Hiro's world can travel to Earth, wreaking havoc on the small town. The boys decide in order to get things back to normal they must send Hiro back but not before their school dance is overrun with Battle Day Zero characters.
A young woman wants to get her boyfriend to commit to her, but the most she can get him to do is exchange apartment keys.
Japanese softcore sex movie
A family man becomes obsessed with looking at his own life out of context.
Chuck (Christopher de Leon) decides to make an honest woman of his long-time live-in partner Carissa (Dina Bonnevie) by marrying her. But marriage does not seem to agree with them for they are now headed for a divorce. Chuck is seeing his colleague Betsy while Carissa is spending a lot of her time in David's (Mark Gil) apartment. But what if Chuck finds out that Carissa's friend David is ""gay""? And Carissa finds out her husband is just jealous so he is using Betsy as a pawn? Will they push through with the divorce then?
Wall Street's leading insiders participate in a startling investigation into the potential systems failure looming for the US Stock Market and the impact of automated trading technology as regulators are challenged to act before its too late.
Fair Exchange is an American television comedy that ran from 1962 to 1963 on CBS. It stars Eddie Foy, Jr. and Audrey Christie.
Foreign Exchange is an Australian fantastic's television programme broadcast by Southern Star during 2004. It starred Lynn Styles as Hannah O'Flaherty, a feisty Irish girl, and Zachary Garred as Brett Miller, a sun-drenched Australian boy. The pair are brought together from opposite sides of the world, due to a transfer portal. The series of 26 episodes was created by the Australian John Rapsey and directed by Annie Murtagh-Monks and Gillian Reynolos.
Worldwide Exchange is a television business news program on CNBC channels around the world. It used to be broadcast live from studios on three continents until May 11, 2012. The global program is now anchored by Ross Westgate in London. Christine Tan was the Singapore anchor from the programme's debut until her departure May 11, 2012. Michelle Caruso-Cabrera served as the U.S.-based anchor from the show's launch until October 19, 2007, after which Brian Shactman filled the role as a regular until 2009. Nicole Lapin anchored from February 1, 2010 to August 2011. Kelly Evans became the U.S.-based anchor from May 14, 2012, when the show was reduced to one location, discontinuing the Asian and United States legs altogether. She co-anchored with Westgate in London through May 3, 2013. He became the sole anchor of the programme 3 days later, after Evans returned to the United States. The program is produced by CNBC Europe in London. Billed as "the first ever global business news broadcast", Worldwide Exchange began its broadcast on 2005, and is the first CNBC program to be jointly produced by three of the network's regional channels. It airs from 4am to 6am ET on the main CNBC channel and CNBC World in the United States, 10am to noon CET on CNBC Europe, and 4pm to 6pm or 5pm to 7pm Hong Kong/Singapore/Taiwan Time on CNBC Asia. As a result of the success of Worldwide Exchange, a second joint production, Capital Connection, debuted on CNBC Europe and CNBC Asia on March 26, 2007.
During World War II, an intelligence officer is dispatched by the U.S. government to arrange an exchange in Argentina of industrial diamonds needed by the Germans for a secret gyroscope needed by the Allies.
The comedy adventure follows the story of school friends, Max and John, who are obsessed with a fantasy card game: Battle Day Zero. The unlikely heroes accidentally bring one of the game’s characters to life and unknowingly open a portal between the anime world and their sleepy town. Life will never be the same again!
Love Exchange is a TVB modern thriller series that broadcast in July 2008.
The Morning Exchange was a daily morning TV show that aired on WEWS-TV in Cleveland, Ohio from 1972 to 1999. The program is widely regarded as one of the most successful local programs in the history of U.S. television. On a typical day in the 1970s, over 2/3 of all TV sets in the Cleveland market were tuned to The Morning Exchange. In 1975, ABC recognized the show's success and decided to adapt MX for a national audience — creating Good Morning America.
CEO Exchange is a television program featuring conversations between the host and two CEO guests, often from related industries. It is hosted by Jeff Greenfield of CNN. The show was distributed by WTTW to public television stations. It aired from 2000 to 2006. Except for the shows taped during a short third season, the interviews are recorded in front of audiences at business schools in the United States. Students and other guests are allowed to ask questions at certain points of the program. Schools featured in previous broadcasts include: ⁕University of Washington Business School ⁕Columbia Business School ⁕The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania ⁕UCLA Anderson School of Management ⁕McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin ⁕Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University ⁕Howard University School of Business ⁕Fordham University Graduate School of Business Administration ⁕Rutgers Business School ⁕Robert H. Smith School of Business ⁕University of Michigan Business School ⁕Haas School of Business at the University of California in Berkley ⁕Stanford Graduate School of Business ⁕University of Southern California Marshall School of Business ⁕Fuqua School of Business at Duke University
Foreign Exchange was a weekly, half-hour international affairs series on the Public Broadcasting Service public television stations. The series premiered on April 1, 2005, and for three seasons was hosted by author and journalist Fareed Zakaria. Beginning in January 2008, journalist Daljit Dhaliwal became the new host and the title of the show was changed accordingly. The series explores current international issues in conversations with journalists, politicians, and other newsmakers, and examines America's role in an increasingly globalized world. The final episode aired October 9, 2009. The show was produced by Azimuth Media and Oregon Public Broadcasting, and was distributed by American Public Television. Major funding was provided by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. Additional support from the Ford Foundation and Carnegie Corporation of New York. Through a partnership with the citizen journalism website Helium.com the show offered viewers an opportunity to get their voices heard on the most pressing global issues. The issues were chosen by Foreign Exchange and ranged from Kosovo as an inspiration to other independence movements in the world to the future of socialism in Latin America. Essays were written and rated on Helium.com, and the best essays were featured on the show.
Morning Exchange is a television business news programme aired on CNBC Europe from 10am to noon CET between June 2003 and December 2005. The show was simulcast in the United States from 4am - 5am EDT. The European Morning Exchange was originally presented by Ross Westgate and Patricia Szarvas and contained rolling business news, focusing on the major European bourses. Segments included the Morning Meeting with an investment banker, and the 10:30am Talking Point in which several CNBC Europe business news correspondents debated an issue of the day. Morning Exchange used the same theme music as its U.S. counterpart, Morning Call. The programme began in June 2003, and replaced the similar programme European Market Watch. It ended its run on December 16, 2005, and was replaced by Worldwide Exchange.
Foreign Exchange, which debuted on June 27, 2005, is a business show on CNBC World focusing exclusively on trading in the currency markets. Foreign Exchange is CNBC World's first original live program, is anchored by a rotating group of reporters from CNBC's Global Headquarters, and Dow Jones Newswires' Nick Hastings as a contributor from CNBC Europe headquarters in London. The show now airs weekdays from 8:30 to 8:45 AM ET.
Putri yang Ditukar is an Indonesian television serial sinetron second long-running drama with 676 episodes after Cinta Fitri with 1002 episodes. It was produced video productions house public distributor company network by SinemArt headed by Serena Luna.
The Lang and O'Leary Exchange is a Canada business news television series, which airs weekdays on CBC Television and CBC News Network. Hosted by CBC's senior business correspondent Amanda Lang and entrepreneur/investor Kevin O'Leary, the series presents a summary of the day's major business stories in a manner similar to Lang and O'Leary's earlier Business News Network series SqueezePlay. In the opening segment, "The Big 5", Lang introduces the top business stories of the day and O'Leary provides commentary, with Lang often acting as devil's advocate in regards to O'Leary's free-market philosophy. A later segment, "My Money", follows a similar format in regards to discussions of various investment opportunities and strategies. The remaining segments consist of various interviews and roundtables with businesspeople, economists, journalists and other newsmakers, handled by either Lang alone or both Lang and O'Leary. The show originally aired as a half-hour daily series, starting at 4:30 p.m. Eastern. As of March 1, 2010 The Lang and O'Leary Exchange became an hour-long show starting at 7 p.m., pre-taped earlier in the evening, and aired on the CBC News Network. In September 2012, the show was revised into two half-hour formats, and gained an airing at 6:30 p.m. local time for the first half hour on CBC Television following local newscasts. They now feature the Big Three in the first half hour, and the top two in their second half hour.