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After the death of his father, Charlie Price must save his family's failing shoe factory or his entire town will be left out in the cold. When Charlie looks for a way to reinvent the family business, he finds help in the most unusual of people, Lola, a feisty female impersonator with a flair for design.
At what point does film criticism ascend to manic obsession? Today we'll explore the world of fan theories, highlighting our favorite conspiracies inspired by works like "The Shining," "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," and the "Fresh Prince of Bel Air."
Leaked from today's 404 episode: Steve Jobs in a Willy Wonka costume, Nintendo posts dismal 2011 fiscal results, shaking our heads at NBA Baller Beats, and a band is releasing their new album in an NES cartridge!
"The Business", directed by Nick Love from "The Football Factory", is a story of passion, crime and friendships tested to the limit. Set in the Thatcher era with the cool sounds of the 80's, "The Business" is an action packed gangster flick set in Spain's sun drenched costa del crime. Frankie (Danny Dyer), is on the run from the high-rise's of South London to a new life in Malaga with nothing but a tin stuffed full of cash. Having no idea that this delivery of cash to super-suave playboy and ex-con, Charlie (Tamer Hassan), will change his life forever, he soon becomes one of the gang, and finds himself drawn into a flamboyant and violent world of organised crime.
Country legend Charlie Louvin (of classic country duo the Louvin Brothers) pays tribute to his late brother Ira in this beautiful ballad from Charlie's 2007 self-titled solo album.
Silicon Valley tech culture meets San Francisco food culture at the new factory for artisan chocolate maker, Tcho.
Molly Wood takes a tasty bite out of the Sony Xperia Z in our torture test at a chocolate factory.
A wickedly funny thriller that takes moviegoers on a wild ride brimming with larceny, lust and lethal behavior. In icebound Wichita, Kansas, it's Christmas Eve, and this year Charlie Arglist (John Cusack) just might have something to celebrate. Charlie, an attorney for the sleazy businesses of Wichita, and his unsavory associate, the steely Vic Cavanaugh (Billy Bob Thornton) have just successfully embezzled $2 million from Kansas City boss Bill Guerrard (Randy Quaid). But the real prize for Charlie is the stunning Renata (Connie Nielsen), who runs the Sweet Cage strip club. Charlie hopes to slip out of town with Renata. But as daylight fades and an ice storm whirls, everyone from Charlie's drinking buddy Pete Van Heuten (Oliver Platt) to the local police begins to wonder just what exactly is in Charlie's Christmas stocking - and the 12 hours of Christmas Eve are filled with surprises. Directed by Harold Ramis.
Charlie Rose talks with Bill Gates.