Season One episodes deal with issues such as the domestic turmoil caused by the arrival of a first child, actual and fantasized extramarital affairs, working women balancing the stresses of both a job and motherhood, competition in the workplace, and a father's death. The show is so immediate and intimate that the viewer begins to feel as if they are meeting new friends rather than watching a series; the characters invite us into their living rooms just as much as we watch them in ours.
With cinematic scope, this powerful drama is uniquely narrated by lifelong family confidante Joey "Ice Cream", presenting tales of both intense action and charged emotion. With their Black Irish roots, the Donnellys? fierce loyalty to each other knows no bounds. And whether they know it or not, the four brothers have just taken over the neighborhood.
Happy 40th is an engrossing, festival-winning drama about Sophia, a woman turning 40. Sophia invites her three best friends over for her first weekend of celebration and reunion, since her self-imposed two year isolation after a car accident left her paralyzed. During the party these lifelong friendships and her marriage will be taken to the breaking point due to revelations of betrayal and Anger.
Film winds its way through three cities and three tales. The various stories, situated in Paris, Rome, and New York, are, at first glance, all separate, but Haggis effortlessly makes connections among them as the film unwinds, concentrating on three men and their romantic entanglements.
A teenage girl (Liana Liberato, "If I Stay") is targeted by an online sexual predator. This dark thriller from "Friends" star David Schwimmer features Clive Owen ("Children of Men"), Catherine Keener ("Being John Malkovich"), Jason Clarke ("Dawn of the Planet of the Apes") and Viola Davis ("Fences").
It's a dirty and profitable life of crime for the car thieves known as "choppers." It takes speed, nerve and know-how. Add murder and an undercover cop into the mix, and it can get downright explosive. "Crash and Burn" is raw, authentic and fast - a full-throttle thriller that brakes for no one.
Once upon a time people made things with their hands, beautiful cane fishing rods and exotic salmon flies. Hardy's did this the best and were loved the world over. Adored by royalty, maharajas and film stars, they employed an army of craftsmen, made their own movies and brimmed with confident pride. But globalisation means their heyday has long gone. Do we mourn the loss of the handmade? Could it