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Murphys Law (disambiguation)

Murphys law is a popular adage regarding misfortune. Murphys Law may also refer to: Murphys Law novel, Colin Bateman novel concerning the same character Murphys Law UK TV series, a 2001–2007 British television police drama Murphys Law band, a pun ...

                                               

Mean Machine

Mean Machine U.D.O. album The Mean Machine rap group "Mean Machine," a song by Motorhead on the album Orgasmatron The Mean Machine album, an album by Jimmy McGriff "Mean Machine," a song by Sugar Ray on the album Lemonade and Brownies Mean Machin ...

                                               

Rashida Jones filmography

Rashida Jones is an American actress, writer, and producer, best known for starring on the NBC comedy series Parks and Recreation as Ann Perkins, and as Karen Filippelli in The Office. Jones first role of prominence was as Louisa Fenn on the Fox ...

                                               

Bamboo (disambiguation)

Bamboo, Queensland, a locality in Australia Bamboo Forest Kyoto, Japan, also called the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove or Sagano Bamboo Forest Bamboo, Jamaica, a village Zhuzilin station English translation: Bamboo Forest station, a station of Shenzhen ...

                                               

RV (disambiguation)

Re-Volt, a radio controlled car race game Roma Victor, an online role-playing game based on the Roman Empire in the latter half of the 2nd century RV rapper, a UK drill rapper from London Radio Vaticana Vatican Radio, the official broadcasting se ...

                                               

Galen Fott

Galen Sander Fott is an American director, animator, writer, and actor. His animated short films have won numerous awards and have screened in the major film festivals of London, Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, and San Francisco. Fott was born in ...

                                               

Lysimachus (disambiguation)

Lysimachus is an ancient and modern Greek name meaning "scattering the battle". The female equivalent of the name is Lysimache. The name may refer to: Lysimachus the father of the Athenian politician Aristides the Just who had a grandson of the s ...

                                               

Athaiyum Thaandi

Athaiyum Thaandi Punithamanathu is a Malaysian Tamil language romantic comedy film. It was released on 12 March 2020 in Malaysia.

                                               

Douglas Lim

Douglas Lim is a Malaysian actor, comedian and television presenter. He is well known for his involvement in local television, theater and film, and also as an emcee.

                                               

Alley cat

Alley cat may refer to: Cat designations Feral cat, a cat that has been born to other ferals or from stray cats, and that are unaccustomed to human interaction Stray cat, a homeless domestic cat Domestic short-haired cat or "moggie" cat more gene ...

                                               

Santhittha Naal Muthal

Santhittha Naal Muthal is a 2020 Malaysian Tamil-language romantic drama film. The film follows a love story between a couple, their journey from high school to adulthood and marriage. It is released on 13 February 2020 in Malaysia.

                                               

Do Re Mi

Do-Re-Mi TV series, a Czech amateur singer contest TV show Do Re Mi 1966 film, a Malaysian comedy film, and two sequels Do Re Mi 1996 film, a Filipino musical comedy film Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do film, a 2008 South Korean film

                                               

Front page

FrontPage Magazine, an online political magazine sometimes known as The Front Page The Michigan FrontPage, a weekly newspaper in Detroit, Michigan FrontPage Africa, a Liberian daily newspaper Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco, a Philippine news bull ...

                                               

Rocket Man

"Rocketman!!", a chapter of the manga series One Piece "The Rocket Man", a short story by Ray Bradbury, collected in The Illustrated Man Rocket Man manga, a detective fiction manga by Motohiro Katou "Rocketman", an identity adopted by the charact ...

                                               

Pinto (disambiguation)

Pinto horse, a horse coat color that consists of large patches of white and another color Temco TT Pinto, a jet-powered, tandem two-place primary trainer aircraft used by the United States Navy Ford Pinto, a subcompact car manufactured by the For ...

                                               

Cousin (disambiguation)

Cousin may refer to: Cousin, the child of ones aunt or uncle or any more distant relative who shares a common ancestor Cousins 1989 film, its English-language remake Cousin Cousine, a 1975 French-language film which tells the story of cousins-by- ...

                                               

Taboo (disambiguation)

Taboo 1922 play, by Mary Hoyt Wiborg Taboo 2002 film, an American film Taboo Australian TV series, a comedic series on Network 10 Taboo 2002 TV series, a documentary series on National Geographic Channel Taboo musical, a 2002 play about the life ...

                                               

Chameleon (disambiguation)

Chameleon particle, a hypothetical elementary particle Chamaeleon plant, a genus of plants Chamaeleon, a constellation Cameleon protein, an artificial protein American chameleon or Carolina anole Anolis carolinensis, a species of arboreal lizard

                                               

Ana (2020 TV series)

Ana is a Mexican comedy-drama television series created and stars by Ana de la Reguera. The series is produced by Argos Comunicacion, and Viacom International Studios. It premiered on 20 April 2020 on Comedy Central, and streaming on PantaYA for ...

                                               

Live at the Comedy Store

Live at the Comedy Store is the sixth full-length comedy special performed by comedian Louis C.K. It premiered on his website as a download on January 27, 2015 and was later shown on FX. The special was filmed in West Hollywood, California at the ...

                                               

Tim Renkow

Tim Renkow is an American actor, writer and comedian. He has played Tim in the TV series Jerk, which he also co-wrote.

                                               

Maravilla

Luis Maravilla, Spanish composer Sergio Martinez, Argentinian boxer known as "Maravilla" Delio "Maravilla" Gamboa Renteria, Colombian footballer Lady Maravilla, Mexican luchadora

                                               

Hanane el-Fadili

Hanane el-Fadili is a Moroccan actress and comedian. She was born on May 2, 1974 in Casablanca, Morocco. She specializes in parody, focusing on famous personalities and controversial figures. She addresses social and political issues relevant to ...

                                               

Jamai

Given name Jamai Loman, Dutch pop singer better known by his mononym Jamai and winner of Dutch Idol in 2003, the inaugural season in the Netherlands Family name Aboubakr Jamaï born 1968 also known as Boubker, Moroccan journalist, banker and publisher

                                               

Liberation

Nirvana, a closely related term Moksha, the concept of salvation within Indian religions Enlightenment spiritual Liberation theology D-Day Liberation of France Revolution disambiguation Liberalization Emancipation Sexual liberation Womens liberat ...

                                               

Gus (disambiguation)

Gulder Ultimate Search, a Nigerian reality show Gus 1976 film, an American family comedy Gus 2011 film, an Australian animated short Guster, formerly Gus, an American alternative rock band

                                               

All I Wanna Do

All I Wanna Do EP, a 2014 EP by T. Mills, or the title song "All I Wanna Do" Sheryl Crow song, 1994 "All I Wanna Do" Martin Jensen song, 2016 "All I Wanna Do" Jo Zep & The Falcons song, 1980 "All I Wanna Do" Dannii Minogue song, 1997 "All I Wanna ...

                                               

GMD

GMD may refer to: Ben Slimane Airport, in Morocco The Glam Metal Detectives, a British comedy series Kuomintang, spelt as Guomindang, a major political party in the Republic of China Goldstein Museum of Design of the University of Minnesota Gambi ...

                                               

Chella

Serra de chella or Serra de Chela, mountain range in south-central Angola Vaikunda Chella Pathi, one among the oldest Nizhal Thangals in the Western Kanyakumari district, India Chella mountains, a range of mountains in Angola Chella, Valencia, a ...

                                               

Dancing with the Stars Nepal

Dancing with the Stars, Nepal is a celebrity dance reality show licensed by BBC Studios based on the format of the British TV series Strictly Come Dancing. The show is produced by ANC Production, production house which have produced The Voice of ...

                                               

Sandeep

Sandeep may refer to: Sandeep Pathak, Indian actor active in Marathi cinema Sandeep Kumar, Indian body pillow merchant Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar, an unreleased Indian black comedy drama film Sandeep Mehta, Indian actor Sandeep Chowta, Indian music ...

                                               

Summer Love

Summer Love 1958 film, a black-and-white musical comedy film Summer Love 2019 film, a Nepalese romance drama film Summer Love 2006 film, a film written and directed by Piotr Uklanski Summer Love 2001 film, a Turkish film

                                               

Girija

Girija means Parvati in Sanskrit, daughter of Himalaya or is a derivative from the Lithuanian language word giria and may refer to: Girija actress born 1938, early Telugu film actress Girija Prasad Koirala 1924–2010, Nepalese politician 1925–2010 ...

                                               

Chakrapani (disambiguation)

M. G. Chakrapani 1911–1986, Indian actor in the Tamil film industry Aluri Chakrapani 1908–1975, Indian film multilingual writer, producer and director Ghanta Chakrapani born 1965, Indian sociologist, journalist and political analyst in Telugu med ...

                                               

ABC-TV

ABC-TV may refer to: ABC Australia Asia-Pacific Television, the former Australia Network / Australia Plus ABC Australian TV channel, the Australian television channel, formerly known as ABC1 ABC TV station, the ABC television station in Canberra ...

                                               

Happy Land

Happy Land or Happyland may refer to: Arts and entertainment: Happyland TV series, an MTV comedy series Happyland album, by Amanda Jenssen "Happyland" song, by Måns Zelmerlow The Happy Land, an 1873 play by W. S. Gilbert and Gilbert Arthur à Beck ...

                                               

Gauri

Lajja Gauri, a goddess associated with abundance and fertility, also euphemistically described as Lajja Mahagauri, a manifestation of Hindu goddess Durga Gauri, an epithet of the Hindu goddess Parvati

                                               

Whos the Boss (2020 film)

Whos The Boss is a 2020 Nigerian romantic comedy film produced, written and directed by Chinaza Onuzo on his directorial debut. The film stars Sharon Ooja, Funke Akindele and Blossom Chukwujekwu in the lead roles. The film was premiered on 16 Feb ...

                                               

Ikorodu Bois

Ikorodu Bois comprises 3 brothers and their cousin: brothers Babatunde Sanni, 23, Muiz Sanni,15, Malik Sanni, 10 and their cousin Fawas Aina, 13. The three young boys are usually involved in the videos and their eldest brother Babatunde Sanni edi ...

                                               

Three Thieves (2019 film)

Three Thieves is a 2019 Nigerian comedy thriller film directed by Udoka Oyeka, written by Egbemawei Sammy, Abba Makama and Africa Ukoh produced by Trino Motion Pictures. It was released across Cinemas on October 4th.

                                               

Special Jollof

Special Jollof is a 2020 Nigerian-American romantic comedy drama film produced and directed by Emem Isong. The film stars Joseph Benjamin, Uche Jombo and Femi Adebayo in the lead roles. The film was predominantly shot in both Nigeria and United S ...

                                               

Dear Affy

Dear Affy is a 2020 Nigerian romantic comedy film written and directed by Samuel Olatunji. The film stars Toyin Abraham, Enyinna Nwigwe, Kehinde Bankole and Odunlade Adekola in the lead roles. Newcomer Bianca Udo made her film acting debut throug ...

                                               

Gold Statue

Gold Statue is a 2019 Nigerian comedy adventure drama film produced, written and directed by veteran filmmaker Tade Ogidan. The film stars Gabriel Afolayan and Kunle Remi in the main lead roles. The film was released on 17 May 2019 and received e ...

                                               

MC Lively

MC Lively was born Osun State, Nigeria. He attended Ideal Nursery and Primary School and Moremi High School. After secondary school, he attended Obafemi Awolowo University, where he studied law and was called to the Nigerian Bar Association in 2016.

                                               

Mokalik

Mokalik is a 2019 Nigerian bilingual comedy drama film produced and directed by veteran filmmaker Kunle Afolayan. The film stars newcomer Toni Afolayan in the male lead role along with Femi Adebayo. The film had its theatrical release on 31 May 2 ...

                                               

Your Excellency (film)

Your Excellency is a 2019 Nigerian political satire drama comedy film written and directed by Funke Akindele on her directorial debut. The film stars Akin Lewis and Funke Akindele in the lead roles. The film had its theatrical release across 50 t ...

                                               

Sugar Rush (2019 film)

Sugar Rush is a 2019 Nigerian action comedy film written by Jadesola Osiberu and Bunmi Ajakaiye, and directed by Kayode Kasum. The film stars Bimbo Ademoye, Bisola Aiyeola and Adesua Etomi-Wellington in the lead roles. The film had its theatrical ...

                                               

Elephant in the room (disambiguation)

Elephant in the room or elephant in the living room is an idiom referring to an obvious truth that is ignored. Elephant in the room may also refer to:

                                               

Pyar Ke Sadqay

Pyar Ke Sadqay is a 2020 Pakistani romantic comedy television series premiered on 23 January 2020 on Hum TV. It is directed by Farooq Rind, written by Zanjabeel Asim Shah and produced by Momina Duraid under MD Productions. It has Yumna Zaidi and ...

                                               

Aurat Raj

Aurat Raj is one of first Pakistani feminist movies, it was produced and directed by Rangeela. Aurat Raj is a satirical movie and was produced in the socio-politically adverse, conservative Pakistani dictator General Zia-ul-Haqs grim times for wo ...