If you think you have bad luck? You have nothing on Mickey (Bill Skarsgard) and Jules (Maika Monroe), the protagonists of the new movie Villains. Having successfully committed what they believe to be the last robbery they needed to achieve their dream of moving to Florida to sell seashells by the sea shore, they wind up running out of gas. That's not the worst of it, however.
Want to read a story about a haunted house? You never know you may end up in your own haunting tale.
Cassie Talbot (Alexandra Beaton) is a small-town girl who's just been accepted into a prestigious university, Tate Reilly, along with her best friend, Alyssa (Bukola Walfall). Soon after arriving on campus, Cassie meets Alyssa's former friend Gabby Sanders (Joelle Farrow), a member of Tate Reilly's cheerleading squad who convinces Cassie to try out for the team. While Cassie's audition wows the team, and earns a spot on the squad, she soon after learns from her mother, Karen (Cynthia Preston), that her absentee father has dropped off the grid, leaving them scrambling to find a way to pay for Cassie's tuition.
Warning: If you haven't seen the movie yet, there are potential spoilers, so proceed with caution.
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You dropped your bag next to the back wall of the practice room. It was your fifth time there this day. You told yourself you would continue going there until you got your routine perfect, no matter how tired you were.
When it comes to the works of William Shakespeare, there is prestige with roles like Hamlet, Juliet, or Richard III that is rarely associated with the unnamed servants, pages, and messengers; these characters are often overlooked, and, sadly, not as celebrated. Yet, far too often a play falls flat, because the ensemble is not actively present. Actors and directors alike must remember that these minor characters have vital roles in the rendering of the story, often given responsibilities by the playwright that change the course of the entire play.
Ten years ago, the sitcom Community premiered on NBC. Chronicling the adventures of a community college study group, the production history of the show involved a showrunner change-up for the fourth season, a cancellation at the end of the fifth season, and a sixth season revival on the short-lived Yahoo! Screen. Despite all this and cast changes, the show made it to six seasons, bringing #SixSeasonsAndAMovie closer to completion. A movie would be very welcome, but for now, people can still watch the entire show. In honor of the tenth anniversary, below are ten reasons to watch (or rewatch) Community.
“Don’t make me angry. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry”
After is a film about a freshman, Tessa Young, who was the perfect girl. Good grades, respectful daughter, and a loyal lover to her high school boyfriend. After starting the first semester of her first year of college, Tessa crosses paths with mysterious and rich, boy Hardin Scott. Hardin, although mysterious, is from London, England and was settling into a new life with his father and stepmother. Their lives were so different, yet connected so magically that they both changed in ways that only suited one another.