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Wagnaria

The family restaurant “Wagnaria” stands by itself in Hokkaido. One day Sota Takanashi, who loves all things small, meets tiny little Popura, who offers him a job working part time at the restaurant. Attracted to her petite stature, Sota accepts her offer. To his surprise, the restaurant is filled with eccentric characters. Get ready to dish up some wacky comedy together with Sota and his coworkers!

Wagnaria2

Sota Takanashi, Popura Taneshima, and the rest of Wagnaria’s zany crew are back in WAGNARIA!!2! Whether it’s Sota being reduced to tears over the death of an innocent bug, Kyoko calling in her old gang to cover some shifts, or Soma hilariously meddling in the personal lives of his co-workers, each day brings something new to the table! But if you’re a man, be warned! Inami still packs quite a punch..

Wagnaria3

The story takes place in a certain family restaurant located in Hokkaido prefecture of Japan called WAGNARIA. Sota Takanashi is a high school student who ended up working part-time at this restaurant through strange circumstances along with his co-workers who are all more than a little eccentric.

Wahlburgers

The American dream is alive and well in Boston, Massachusetts. From the streets of Dorchester to the red carpets of Hollywood, the city's most famous family has taken on a new sizzling business venture. Brothers Mark and Donnie Wahlberg have impressed us in the world of entertainment and now they are putting their efforts into joining their most talented sibling, Paul, as he sets out to make the family name as synonymous with burgers as Boston is to baked beans.

Waiting In Summer

Lights! Camera! Teen Angst! When a group of friends decide to make a movie over a long summer holiday, they end up learning a little about filmmaking and a lot more about each other and themselves. What begins as a simple way to avoid the summer doldrums quickly turns into something much more complex, intimate and revealing, as the maturing relationships between the members of the young cast take on new, and sometimes very unexpected, turns. Get ready for a whole new take on summer romance as hidden emotions get captured and secrets meant to be kept hidden inside young hearts instead spill off of the screen for your viewing pleasure in Waiting in the Summer!

Wakaba * Girl

Wakaba Kohashi is the elegant (but awkward) daughter of an affluent family, and her dream is, simply, to be a high school girl. Wakaba happily launches herself into her new life at Clover Girl’s Academy, determined to engage in girl talk, flaunt a sailor uniform, and learn all about gyaru lifestyle. As if pulled by fate, she becomes fast friends with Mao (who refers to herself in third person), Shiba-san (a boys-love gamer), and Moe (the epitome of a sweet high school girl).

Wake Up With No Make Up

Wake up! is the awakening to the identity, what people can do to fulfill their dreams. Music is the key to make them wake up.

Wall Street Warriors

Wall Street Warriors follows the daily lives of ten successful individuals who deal in millions in the marketplace.

Wallace & Gromit: Cracking Contraptions

Wallace invents an array of contraptions to try and make life easier, but it's always Gromit who picks up the pieces.

Wallander

Kurt Wallander, played by Kenneth Branagh, is a sensitive but brilliant detective - a man who takes each murder case he works on personally and will stop at nothing in his search for the truth, even at the expense of his health and his family life.

Wallander (2005)

A lifetime of police work has left Detective Kurt Wallander with the look of a man who's seen too much. In a spare and compelling performance, Krister Henriksson does justice to the complicated detective beloved by fans of the bestselling crime novels by Henning Mankell. Together, Wallander works alongside his daughter Linda, a recent academy graduate, and Stefan Lindman, a young detective.

Walter & Henry

Walter (Emmy® Award winner John Larroquette) and Henry (Nicholas Braun) are far more than your average father and son. They are also a couple of musicians trying to make a living on the streets of Manhattan in this quirky and moving story about a liberal, free-spirited father doing the very best he can to raise a precocious 12-year-old son. Living in a dilapidated trailer on a vacant lot in Brooklyn, Walter home schools Henry about life and music. Their unconventional, but happy life changes irrevocably one day, when Walter suffers a nervous breakdown during one of their performances. He is whisked away to the hospital, with Henry trailing behind in a police car. Henry is desperate to help his father, but has very little power to do so because he is only a minor. His only choice is to seek out the family he never even knew existed. Henry travels from the streets of Manhattan to the suburbs of New Jersey in search of his father’s estranged family. Ultimately, he locates the house where his father was raised and meets Charlie (Oscar® winner James Coburn), Walter’s cantankerous father, and Elizabeth (Oscar® nominee Kate Nelligan), Walter’s sister. Fifteen years have passed since the family had any contact with Walter, who dropped out of touch with his family after enduring years of a strained relationship with his father. To say the least, they are stunned by the arrival of Henry at their door. Now, the family that once splintered apart must slowly start to re-assemble itself in this heartwarming movie from Emmy® Award-winning director Daniel Petrie, Sr. (Inherit the Wind).