There’s a degree of wit simply in naming an action thriller The Accountant.
In Rose Creek, some years after the Civil war, poor farmers hire a gunslinging warrant officer to defend them against the mining kingpin who’s trying to run them off.
An exotic-looking guy in a tux, swinging a pocket watch in front of the eyes of his subject.
The Hollars — Even though the small-town middle American family of the title isn’t especially prone to raising their voices, the name somehow fits just the same.
Florence Foster Jenkins—The title character was a much-loved patron of the New York classical music scene who loved to sing.
Richard Ollarsaba has packed a lot of music, and a lot of mileage, into the 11 years since he graduated from Corona del Sol High School.
If you’ve been to Baiz Market Place in Phoenix, you know it’s a well-stocked Mediterranean/Middle Eastern bakery, deli and market.
If Roxanne Huber or Stacy Tracy had been my childhood dentist, I might have a healthier mouth today.
Eric Davis prides himself on being a creative person, and he’s also a veteran of the doughnut industry.
The title stands for “Big Friendly Giant,” and the title character is just that—a pleasant colossus (Mark Rylance) whose job is deliver pleasant dreams.