Succeeding all too well where the 2019 Charlie’s Angels so miserably failed, this brightly-hued thrill ride is driven by several truly kick-ass action sequences and the star power and acting chops of its producer, Academy Award-nominee Margot Robbie, who plays Harley Quinn.
Jimmy Carter's Georgia Film Legacy On Display
Before Tyler Perry and Marvel turned Georgia into today’s uber-cool, ultra profitable film production capital of the South, there was Jimmy Carter and Burt Reynolds, whose efforts to get a little film called Deliverance shot in North Georgia planted the seeds for the state as a prime movie location. The duo tended those sprouts and solidified those roots in the late ‘70s with huge Georgia-based hits like The Longest Yard and Smokey and the Bandit....
Loving, capable adopters regularly get turned away because of unreasonable expectations by rescues and shelters. Many are updating their procedures to change that.
If the thought of a Nutcracker prince in a sparkling thong puts you in a festive mood, then this dark and decadent vaudeville version of the famed Christmas ballet is sure to knock your stockings off. Dubbed "raucous and risque" by The New York Times and an "elegantly erotic holiday dance spectacle" by Broadway World, the acclaimed Nutcracker Rouge provides the perfect opportunity for award-winning creator Austin McCormick and his gender-bending troupe Company XIV to introduce their new theater-slash-lounge space in Bushwick.
Spoiler alert: Zed's dead, a five-dollar milkshake at Jack Rabbit Slim's is worth it, and there's no such thing as a Quarter Pounder with Cheese in France. You'll learn these facts and many, many more on this wild and violent ride through the wit, wisdom and non-linear storytelling of Quentin Tarantino's breakthrough film, Pulp Fiction.
A woman (Katie Silberman) wrote Set It Up, a woman (Claire Scanlon) directed it, and a pair of smart, talented actresses (Zoey Deutch, Lucy Liu) carry it over the goal line. It's so lovely to see a rom-com from a distinctly female point of view, where the women involved are not portrayed as desperate and love-deprived, but rather as take-it-or-leave-it, the guy-better-get-with-my-program types who are driven, accomplished entrepreneurs and/or have actual career goals. And putting aside those goals for marriage or children isn't even on the table.
Do you guys realize how rare that is? ...