Mechanic: Resurrection

Mechanic: Resurrection 2016

Arthur Bishop thought he had put his murderous past behind him when his most formidable foe kidnaps the love of his life. Now he is forced to travel the globe to complete three impossible assassinations, and do what he does best, make them look like accidents.

The Mechanic

The Mechanic 2011

Arthur Bishop is a 'mechanic' - an elite assassin with a strict code and unique talent for cleanly eliminating targets. It's a job that requires professional perfection and total detachment, and Bishop is the best in the business. But when he is ordered to take out his mentor and close friend Harry, Bishop is anything but detached.

The Mechanic

The Mechanic 1972

Arthur Bishop is a veteran hit man who, owing to his penchant for making his targets' deaths seem like accidents, thinks himself an artist. It's made him very rich, but as he hits middle age, he's so depressed and lonely that he takes on one of his victim's sons, Steve McKenna, as his apprentice. Arthur puts him through a rigorous training period and brings him on several hits. As Steven improves, Arthur worries that he'll discover who killed his father.

Mechanic

Mechanic 2013

Kev, a mechanic in his 40s, drives up the Dublin mountains to end his life. He is cruelly interrupted by an old man who is lost. Kev is forced to make some hard decisions, for better or worse.

The Strange Mechanic

The Strange Mechanic 2014

Auto Kid, who is a seasoned mechanic just like his father and grandfather, grew up in the garage. He often witness lost spirit taking shelter under an automobile, which in turn, causes the vehicle to have an unexplainable breakdown. As he gradually develops the ability to fix cars by returning the spirits to their world, he becomes known for his mysterious skill.

Mechanic Alludu

Mechanic Alludu 1993

Mechanic Alludu is a comedy based movie in which for the First film to have Akkineni Nageshwara Rao and Chiranjeevi together. The story opens with Ravi (Chitranjeevi) showingup on multiple TV screens as an announcer.After a clash, he is fired from work, and he joins Nageshwara Rao

Panic Mechanic

Panic Mechanic 1996

When Hanky Pranky (alias Schucks), star of a candid camera TV show, loses his job to affirmative action, he applies for a job at a stress academy. It´s not long before Schucks discovers his new boss, Jack Paddaman, is as crooked as they come, but it´s too late: the employment contract is signed and sealed.A year passes, and Schucks is no better off. However, his candid camera videos, which poke fun at all sectors of post-1994 South Africa, prove a big hit with stressed-out government ministers. When the president asks Paddaman to make a movie to benefit street children, Schucks and his pals do all the hard work while Paddaman plans how he can get hold of the profits from the video sales. Add a scatterbrained secretary, a lovelorn traffic cop and a cunning street child and you have a roll-in-the aisles comedy with a distinctly South African flavour.

The Mechanic

The Mechanic 1924

"The Mechanic" finds Jimmy Aubrey working at an auto service station. He obviously has no idea what he's doing and again and again, he messes up. Sometimes he's an idiot--sometimes the problems just happen.

The Mechanic

The Mechanic 2012

Mike & The Mechanics AVO Session 2011 13.08.2012 3sat HD The Road A Beggar on a Beach of Gold I Don't Do Love Get Up Try to Save Me Another Cup of Coffee If I Were You Only to Be With You (Roachford cover) Follow You Follow Me (Genesis cover) I Can't Dance (Genesis cover) The Living Years Over My Shoulder All I Need Is a Miracle Encore: Cuddly Toy (Roachford cover) Word of Mouth

Gary Numan - The Skin Mechanic Live

Gary Numan - The Skin Mechanic Live 1989

Gary Numan rose to prominence with his heavily stylized synthesizer music and unique personal style. Gary is still recognized as one of the pioneers of electronic music, still creating challenge work some 25 years after enjoying early success with Are Friends Electric? This 10 song live concert includes all of his hits including "Cars," "America," "Hunger," and more.

Mirror Mechanics

Mirror Mechanics 2005

"The film as a mirror and, as a further consequence, the phenomenon of identification primarily inherent in feature films, condense to a type of essence of film's potential. This film reports on cinema and the processes within it. In doing so, it doesn't reveal any secrets, but instead, attempts to transfer – in the sense of seeing what we see – what we do in the cinema and what also can be relevant outside of film into a visually stimulating and captivating event." (Siegfried A. Fruhauf)

The Mechanics

The Mechanics 2016

This film is about the wondrous world of the mechanics on the South Coast of England.

Mechanical Man

Mechanical Man 1932

In this one, Oswald and his girlfriend are playing the piano with an animated light bulb and an accordion dancing along. A peg leg villain makes a robot that needs a human heart.

Mechanical Principles

Mechanical Principles 1930

Close up we see pistons move up and down or side to side. Pendulums sway, the small parts of machinery move. Gears drive larger wheels. Gears within gears spin. Shafts turn some mechanism that is out of sight. Screws revolve and move other gears; a bit rotates. More subtle mechanisms move other mechanical parts for unknown purposes. Weights rise and fall. The movements, underscored by sound, are rhythmic. Circles, squares, rods, and teeth are in constant and sometimes asymmetrical motion. These human-made mechanical bits seem benign and reassuring.

Mechanical Love

Mechanical Love 2007

"Mechanical Love" is a documentary on the interrelationship between robots and humans. The film portrays people who have a close relationship with a robot, and it takes us from the high temple of robot technology, Tokyo, Japan, to Braunschweig, Germany, to Italy and back to Copenhagen, Denmark. By this world tour director Phie Ambo seeks to highlight the human need for love and our craving to be loved by others - perhaps the two most important aspects of life. Through the main characters, she examines the cultural differences in how we accept emotional robots in the East and the West.

Mechanical Ballet

Mechanical Ballet 1975

The original material that forms the basis for Mechanical Ballet is an anonymous short reel of film of what appears to be car crash tests, carried out in a deadpan and somewhat cumbersome manner. Reworked into a two-screen film and divorced from their original context, they take on both a sinister and humorous quality. Mechanical Ballet was born out of an interest in ‘found footage’ film (in its relation to collage and assemblage) and the possibilities offered by the London Film-Makers’ Co-op workshop in terms of manipulation of the filmstrip and the film frame, projection, duration and the film printing process.

Mechanical Heart

Mechanical Heart

Lance Weaver is a popular stage actor in a small town who takes his craft very seriously. Too seriously. A surgical accident leaves him with a hole in his neck and a large dent in his voice. Lance tries to find a happiness he had never felt in a life devoid of validation.

Shadetree Mechanic

Shadetree Mechanic

Shadetree Mechanic is a television series that aired on TNN for 8 seasons from October 4, 1992 to May 14, 2000. It featured automotive repair and maintenance tips. The show was hosted by Sam Memmolo and Dave Bowman. Shadetree Mechanic has been superseded by Crank and Chrome and 2 Guys' Garage which air on SPEED TV and now Motorhead Garage on Velocity. Shadetree Mechanic was produced by Cinetel Productions The term "shadetree mechanic" is a general term for people who enjoy working on automobiles in their spare time, usually in their own driveways, taking up basic DIY upgrades as well as basic maintenance. Amongst some people the term has also developed a negative connotation, suggesting that shadetree mechanics often cause more damage than improvement to their cars. It can also be a name for someone who enjoys working on professional tasks for the sake of hobby or past time. "The Shadetree Mechanic" is also a pseudonym and title of a technical reference column used by the Performance Boats Magazine performanceboats.com writer J. Jay Forbes. The column focuses on basic high-performance boat and engine maintenance.

Animal Mechanicals

Animal Mechanicals 2008

Animal Mechanicals is a Decode Entertainment television series created by Jeff Rosen and produced by Halifax Film, a DHX Media Company, in association with CBC. Animal Mechanicals Rex, Unicorn, Komodo, Mouse, and Sasquatch, live and play in a place unlike any other; a colorful "snap-together-take-apart" world which can also transform. Things are always popping up, changing shape and most of all presenting challenges to the animal mechanicals. In each adventure the animal mechanicals get their new mission from Island Owl who displays images on her face, which changes to a screen. Each adventure has a variety of small challenges to overcome on the road to accomplishing the mission they are given. The challenges vary requiring the animal mechanicals to use their wide array of unique transformed "Mechana" abilities. The animal mechanicals must decide who should face each challenge.

Bush Mechanics

Bush Mechanics 2001

This off-beat series follows the exploits of the Bush Mechanics, a group of engaging Aboriginal characters, as they travel through central Australia. Combining adventure, magic, realism and a distinctive brand of humour, Bush Mechanics provides an insight into both contemporary and traditional Aboriginal culture.

Planet Mechanics

Planet Mechanics 2008

Planet Mechanics is a British TV program shown on the National Geographic Channel. The programme was broadcast on Sunday at 7:00 pm. The show has ended after the first series.

Popular Mechanics for Kids

Popular Mechanics for Kids 1997

Popular Mechanics for Kids is an educational Canadian television series based on Popular Mechanics magazine. It was notable for starting the careers of both Elisha Cuthbert and Jay Baruchel. The show's purpose was to teach viewers how things work. It was awarded the Parents Choice Award in 2003, and was nominated for the Gemini Awards. The series aired from 1997 to 2001, and re-runs of the show continued to air on many channels until 2008. It aired on BBC Kids and Discovery Kids until December 31, 2009. After the closure of Discovery Kids Canada, BBC Kids stopped airing re-runs in all countries except Canada. The reruns on BBC Kids in Canada ended on May 14, 2011. As of 2013 re-runs of the show continue to air on Knowledge Network. Along with Cuthbert and Baruchel, the cast included Charles Powell nicknamed "Charlie" for the series, Tyler Kyte, and eventually Vanessa Lengies. The show was filmed primarily in Montreal, Quebec, and is currently distributed on VHS / DVD by Koch Vision.

The Mechanical Universe

The Mechanical Universe 1985

The Mechanical Universe... And Beyond, is a 52-part telecourse filmed at the California Institute of Technology, and produced by Caltech and INTELECOM Intelligent Telecommunications. The series introduces university level physics, covering topics from Copernicus to quantum mechanics. Produced starting in 1985, the videos make heavy use of historical dramatizations and visual aids to explain physics concepts. The latter were state of the art at the time, incorporating almost 8 hours of computer animation created by computer graphics pioneer Jim Blinn. Each episode opens and closes with a "phantom" lecture by Caltech professor David Goodstein. After more than a quarter century, the series is still often used as a supplemental teaching aid, for its clear explanation of fundamental concepts such as special relativity. The Mechanical Universe lectures are actual freshman physics lectures from Physics 1a and 1b courses at the California Institute of Technology. The room seen in the videos is the Bridge lecture hall. The series can be purchased, or viewed by streaming from the Annenberg website, or can be viewed on other video streaming sites such as YouTube and Google Video.