A joyous family reunion becomes a hilarious nightmare as Madea and the crew travel to backwoods Georgia, where they find themselves unexpectedly planning a funeral that might unveil unpleasant family secrets.
Charles and Carrie go through numerous weddings in order to determine if they are right for one another.
The story concerns the funeral of one of three brothers in a family of gangsters that lived in New York in 1930s. Details of the past of the brothers and their families are shown through a series of flashbacks.
Aaron's father's funeral is today at the family home, and everything goes wrong: the funeral home delivers the wrong body, his cousin accidentally drugs her fiancé, and Aaron's successful younger brother, Ryan, flies in from New York, broke but arrogant. To top it all off, a mysterious stranger wants a word with Aaron.
Colonel Stok, a Soviet intelligence officer responsible for security at the Berlin Wall, appears to want to defect but the evidence is contradictory. Stok wants the British to handle his defection and asks for one of their agents, Harry Palmer, to smuggle him out of East Germany.
A myriad of outrageous calamities befall an eccentric English clan with more than a few skeletons in its closets, when its patriarch dies an unexpected death. Soon, every complication imaginable—including the wrong corpse in the coffin, the accidental consumption of hallucinogenic drugs and the disclosure of the deceased's closeted homosexuality—befall the grief-stricken mourners.
It's always a good day for a funeral at St. Mark's Middle School. Andy and Charlie, two altar servers, don't just get to miss class anytime a parishioner kicks the bucket, they cut out early and play hooky as soon as the service is over. Eventually their irreverent personalities will put them in a situation that is too big for them to handle.
An Irish funeral has a wake. A Jewish funeral has sitting shiva. A traditional Chinese funeral is something else entirely. Thats what the estranged siblings of the Chinese-American Xiao family must undergo upon news of their mothers death. The one brother and three sisters dont get along, however they share one thing: hatred for their domineering and manipulative mother, the Dragon Lady."
FFF alumnus Leah Shore (“Old Man,” FFF 2013) brings us yet another unique tale—this time, about a pregnant woman who can see and talk to the adorable cartoon ghost of her dead husband.
It's 1968 and the Whit clan are reuniting for the burial of Grandpa Sparta (Martin Sheen). But Sparta still has some secrets to reveal to his family and wisdom to impart to his grandson, in this whimsical comedy from the writer of The Bourne Identity.
This documentary covers the life and death of London-based Polygram Filmed Entertainment
In a small property in the Colombian field, the ambition of a woman against a defenseless girl transforms in death for the woman. As tradition, the funeral one is carried out in the small house. The girl, who lives alone, it is accompanied for the nearer neighbors. With a big fright for the the dead one, without light and without any communication, the night arrives. At the same time, the solitude... the girl suspects that the woman's bad intentions have not ended up.
A dark comedy about a young woman in her early thirties becomes aware of her own mortality and reacts by meticulously planning her own funeral. Possibly due to a lack of other big days in her life so far, such as a wedding, this becomes her moment to shine.
The Funeral follows a young girl giving a eulogy at her father’s passing.
Scott, a neurotic young man, thinks he found a lump and might be dying, so he skips his friend's funeral in an attempt to start living life to the fullest.
An upcoming LA Film Productions production
5 minute experimental film.
This film is based on a decomposed footage entitled "the president of the hospital's funeral" which was made by anonymous cineaste in Kyoto, 1937.
Available from Milroy Pictures. Visit a mysterious gypsy in his eerie flower shop as he presents four FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS that introduce 4 tales of terror! SEE a mother avenge the premature death of her children. SEE a greedy relative murder off his family to inherit a cosmetic empire, only to have Mr. Death seeking his soul. SEE a woman driven mad by an unearthly stranger who waits just outside her front door. SEE a grizzly werewolf devour his prey, turning a small town into a graveyard.
Television adaptation of the romantic comedy film 'Four Weddings and a Funeral'.
That's Your Funeral was a BBC sitcom from 1971. The show was about a North of England funeral director called Basil Bulstrode. It used numerous urban legends about the funeral industry in its storylines. The show only lasted for one series before being axed. A very similar theme was used far more successfully in the ITV sitcom In Loving Memory.
Fun at the Funeral Parlour was a comedy series broadcast on BBC Choice for two series in 2001 and 2002. It was set in a Welsh funeral directors called "Thomas, Thomas, Thomas and Thomas". The series was written by Rhys Thomas, who also starred alongside William Thomas, Alex Lowe and Tony Way. Thomas created the show at the age of 20, after contributing to The Fast Show.