With her husband Greg (Matt Dallas) preparing to reunite with his estranged daughter from a previous marriage after years apart, psychiatrist Katie Carlyle (Claire Coffee) promises to help her husband navigate the admittedly awkward situation. After first meeting Greg's daughter Samantha (Jordan Lane Price), Katie and Greg are charmed by the young woman, as are their teenage children Lauren (Lauren DiMario) and Tommy (Liam Obergfoll). After a seemingly smooth introduction, it appears the Carlyle family is going to adapt well to their new family member.
HAZBIN HOTEL (PILOT), 2019
I have an idea! Let’s take a trip to Chicago! We can join all that jazz.
The more things change, the more they stay the same. I remember back in 2000, watching the first Charlie’s Angels movie in theaters, mostly to see Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu (Drew Barrymore was also in the movie, but whatever). Nineteen years later, I saw this new Charlie’s Angels in theaters, mostly to see Ella Balinska and Naomi Scott (Kristen Stewart was also in the movie, but whatever). Each trip to the theater had a funny backstory to it. In 2000, I was with friends and they were conflicted about watching the Angels movie, or seeing Little Nicky instead. After much protest, I managed to convince them to see the Angels movie, since I had no desire to sit through ninety minutes of Adam Sandler talking in that annoying voice of his. For the current movie, I was going to be driven to the theater, but the family member serving as my driver was about to take a shower right before we were supposed to leave, I had to run around like the house was on fire in order to stop said shower and get to the theater on time. Slightly amusing personal stories aside, this current movie was… polarizing to say the least.
Jackie Brown (1997) is my all-time favourite Tarantino movie and it has been for a few years now, even though others like Django Unchained and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood etc. have come out since. Nothing really matches the classic criminality and multi-layered plot of the Golden Age of Tarantino film—Jackie Brown (1997). It is a modern classic of cinema technique and possibly Tarantino's best effort to make a film based around one black woman. A woman he named an action hero.
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Carol Peterson (Brenda Strong) was an average single mother living an average life, working at an insurance firm to support her two teenage children, Matt (Brett Dier) and Alicia (Elyse Levesque). One night changes everything for the Peterson family, however, when Carol finds herself bearing witness to the murder of US attorney Mike Kanagawa (Hiro Kanagawa). The murderer is notorious drug kingpin Roger Nahanee (Hrothgar Mathews), who killed Mike after learning he was building a case against him.
With her senior year wrapping up, Nicole Voss (Ari Meyers) couldn't ask for more. Having grown up in the affluent community of Tarrington, Nicole enjoys her life as a popular cheerleader with a boyfriend in star quarterback Greg Dunleavy (Mark Kassen). But as Nicole and her friends prepare for their final summer of high school, waitress Tina Decapprio (Tess Harper) finds herself in a parent's worst nightmare when her daughter Emily (Soleil Moon Frye) suddenly disappears.
Set in the the future after a worldwide disaster known as "The Fall", Iron City stands as the last safe haven for humans while being eclipsed by Zolom, the last of the sky cities. Alita: Battle Angel has the feel of a crossover between steampunk, anime, and cybernetic futurism.
I knew they'd make another Godzilla movie when they remade the 2014 Godzilla movie. Well, you can say that's pretty obvious since there were so many Japanese sequels and American movie companies would want to cash in on this sweet franchise. That isn't totally the case because the first movie was kind of a hit or miss movie.
If I were to sum all of Joker in a word, it would be graceful. Joaquin Phoenix was on fire. Everything was perfect. Okay, maybe one word isn't enough.
Wow! What an amazing double episode of Survivor tonight! First off, nice job on the blindside, Kellee & Dean. Great move, until Noura outed you after tribal. Then, there's damage control. Luckily, Janet believed Kellee, but Jamal didn't. But, Kellee then found the idol! So, Kellee isn't in that bad of a spot! Plus, THE MERGE! The tribes are all together into one! And now, it's a brand new game. Some want Vokai vs Lairo, some want mixed, but Tommy wants his own game. Kellee & Janet don't want to join up with Tommy and the new Vokai, then it's nine and they are at the bottom. They want all Vokai, take out all Lairo starting with the four Lairo from the new Vokai and Missy as the first vote. But, Tommy doesn't want that. So, it's a brand new game, who knows who will vote who.