One Ocean is an ambitious, provocative and stunning four-part documentary series that portrays the ocean more completely than ever before, revealing its awesome beauty and extraordinary power. The series, special effects and striking pictures shot in HD explores how it is that the ocean holds the very key to all life within its silent and shadowy depths. In each breathtaking episode we bring to life a vast, interconnected ecosystem: from the diversity and significance of microscopic plankton, to the sleek power of the Ocean’s top predators. One Ocean joins expeditions of discovery that take us to tropical coasts, to the deep, churning sea, and to meet strange and mysterious marine life that most of us will never get to see. We reveal a secret world beneath the water’s surface: energized with purpose, order, and the drama of survival. Complex environments inhabited by an astounding array of life forms, alternately splendid and graceful, are revealed like never before. Disarming, bizarre and plainly profound – One Ocean bears witness a world that is at once intricately beautiful and achingly vulnerable.
Japanese quartet One OK Rock blast into the Western market with their eighth album, Ambitions. After signing with Fueled by Ramen in late 2016, One OK Rock – led by Takahiro Moriuchi, who sings in impeccable English – take their songwriting and production quality to a new level, encompassing a full Warped Tour scope that incorporates pop-punk, alt-emo, and even a little atmospheric post-hardcore energy akin to That's the Spirit-era Bring Me the Horizon. Ambitions includes highlights like "Bombs Away" and "Taking Off," as well as singles "Bedroom Warfare" and the sparkling Hands Like Houses-esque "We Are." All Time Low's Alex Gaskarth appears on "Jaded," while 5 Seconds of Summer join "Take What You Want." The album debuted in the Billboard 200 and topped the Japanese charts upon release.
is an album by American singer-songwriter , released in 1977. It is her first album on the Avatar / Capitol label.
With an insane asylum standing in for everyday society, Milos Forman's 1975 film adaptation of Ken Kesey's novel is a comically sharp indictment of the Establishment urge to conform. Playing crazy to avoid prison work detail, manic free spirit Randle P. McMurphy (Jack Nicholson) is sent to the state mental hospital for evaluation. There he encounters a motley crew of mostly voluntary inmates, including cowed mama's boy Billy (Brad Dourif) and silent Native American Chief Bromden (Will Sampson), presided over by the icy Nurse Ratched (Louise Fletcher). Ratched and McMurphy recognize that each is the other's worst enemy: an authority figure who equates sanity with correct behavior, and a misfit who is charismatic enough to dismantle the system simply by living as he pleases. McMurphy proceeds to instigate group insurrections large and small, ranging from a restorative basketball game to an unfettered afternoon boat trip and a tragic after-hours party with hookers and booze.