Life-Size 2000

After her mom's death, Casey pulls away from everyone in her life, including her emotionally distant dad. With help from a magic spell, she tries to bring her mother back from the dead; instead, Casey's words accidentally awaken one of her least favorite toys: a statuesque Barbie clone named Eve. Things get worse when Casey's dad develops a crush on his daughter's living doll.

Life-Size 2 2018

Grace Manning is in the middle of her quarter-life crisis, realizing she is in over her head as CEO. To make matters worse, her wild-child ways are causing the company’s stock to plummet. With the help of her young next-door neighbor, Grace’s old Eve doll magically awakens to help get Grace back on track and give her the confidence to be the woman and leader Eve knows Grace can be.

The Life Size Zoetrope 2007

The Life Size Zoetrope is the celebratory life story of one man, told via a one-take live action shot of a human zoetrope containing the film. - See more at: http://www.animateprojects.org/films/by_date/2007/life_size_z#sthash.5GMUIKvQ.dpuf

Grandeur nature 1974

When Michel (Michel Piccoli) gets the life-sized sex doll he ordered, shipped directly from Japan, he is only intrigued by it at first. Then the silent unresponsiveness of the thing begins to haunt him, and he finds himself reacting to it as if it were an equally unresponsive living woman. As time passes, more and more of his life is spent trying to satisfy or placate its relentless silence, and he goes somewhat mad. He dresses the doll and takes it with him wherever he goes. When his usually very tolerant wife discovers what is going on, her jealousy knows no bounds and she attempts to imitate this threatening love-object. The light-hearted quality of this addle-pated fantasy darkens quickly when various neighborhood men attempt to put the doll to its originally intended use.

Family Size 2018

A comedy in which Nader, an ex-ambassador, decides to leave politics and start his own restaurant in a touristic spot, where he cooks the meals himself.

Size Small

Size Small was a Canadian children's television series first produced in 1982. Written by and starring the Lumby family, characters included Miss Helen, Oliver, Grandma Gussie, Tex, and Friend Record, a giant record who plays the spoons. Other characters included puppets such as Hatchet, Renfrew, Gasper, Cooter and the triplets Webster, Dee Dee and Tug. The show was a huge hit in Canada and around the world; it also aired on some PBS member stations in the United States, at least during 1987. Spin-offs included Size Small Country and Size Small Island. A Size Small Christmas special was also produced in 1984. Size Small was originally produced in Winnipeg, Manitoba at CKND-TV. The show's production would later move in 1987 to CFSK-TV in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; when CFSK and its sister station in Regina, CFRE-TV, first went on the air on September 6, 1987, Helen Lumby hosted a 30-minute special "signing on" broadcast that was the first program aired on both stations. Approximately 16 Size Small records were produced, featuring songs performed on the show. They were advertised at the end of every episode of the TV show, where they could be purchased by mail order.

Size Matters 2018

Hannah Fry takes a spectacular look at the science of size by imagining a parallel world in which everything is made bigger or smaller.

Shooting Sizemore 2007

Shooting Sizemore is an American reality documentary television series that debuted January 7, 2007 on VH1. The series follows Tom Sizemore as he overcomes his addiction and gets his life, along with his career, back to the way it was. It also showed Sizemore as he worked to settle the demons of his past.