Two buddies visit the schoolyard of the high school they used to attend, and remember their young and dumb days. They used to be the bullies in the school, until they find their own ways of life; one as a boxer, and the other as a member of the yakuza.
Kids Return (キッズ・リターン Kizzu Ritān) is a 1996 Japanese film written, edited and directed by Takeshi Kitano. The film was made directly after Kitano recovered from a motorcycle wreck that left one side of his body paralyzed. After extensive surgery and physical therapy he quickly went about making Kids Return amidst speculation that he might never be able to work again. The music was composed by Joe Hisaishi, and the cinematographer was Katsumi Yanagishima.
The Gecko brothers - two dangerous outlaws on a wild crime spree kidnap a father and his two kids and head south to a seedy Mexican bar to hide out in safety. But when they face the bar's truly notorious staff, they're forced to team up with their hostages in order to make it out alive!
1996 release on Geffen featuring Pat Metheny's original soundtrack to Italian director Antonio Baiocco's film 'Passagio Per Il Paradiso'. Passaggio Per Il Paradiso songs Metheny plays all of the instruments on the album's 13 tracks, which include 'Marta'sHouse Story', 'Wolf Story' and 'Learning On The Road'.
Goosebumps originally began airing on YTV (in English) and Canal Famille (in French) in Canada and on Fox Kids in the United States starting in 1995 and ending in 1998, with reruns on Fox Family lasting until 1999 and 2000 respectively. Every October from 2007 to 2009, Cartoon Network aired the episodes. From September 6 2011 until 2014, The Hub broadcast the series.