“It was, oh man…it was eye-opening,” says Lisa Vargas. “I have this idea that I want to do films, but I’d never actually been on a movie set before.”
Charlie Day is Andy Campbell, a milquetoast English teacher at an underfunded, underachieving, metal-detector-enclosed high school.
In our culture, some food dictums are gulped down obediently by those lifelong followers of The Breakfast Rules.
“Did you ever look at her and wonder what she was thinking?”
There’s a degree of wit simply in naming an action thriller The Accountant.
Briana Fleming never planned to be a playwright.
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.