School Of Rock
“ANew York TimesCritics’ Pick, SCHOOL OF ROCK is Andrew Lloyd Webber's friskiest show in decades. I melted. Alex Brightman is a super ball of energy. He brings out the best in his young costars in a performance as notable for its generosity as its virtuosity. ”— Ben Brantley, The New York Times, December 06, 2015 “4 STARS! Wow, does SCHOOL OF ROCK work on Broadway! IT’S A DOUBLE JOLT OF ADRENALINE. Andrew Lloyd Webber's jaunty score sneaks elegant melodies in among stadium stompers and Alex Brightman gives an insanely winning, supernova turn.
The Jewel in the Crown (1984)
The Jewel in the Crown (1984) Directors: Jim O'Brien, Christopher Morahan Starring: Tim Pigott-Smith (Capt. Ronald Merrick), Geraldine James (Sarah Layton), Wendy Morgan (Susan Layton), Judy Parfitt (Mildred Layton), Rosemary Leach (Aunt Fenny), Peggy Ashcroft (Barbie Batchelor), Geoffrey Beevers (Kevin Coley), Eric Porter (Dimitri Bronowsky), Nicholas Le Prevost (Nigel Rowan), Art Malik (Hari Kumar), Derrick Branche (Ahmed Kasim), Charles Dance (Guy Perron), Rachel Kempson (Lady Manners), Anna Cropper (Nicky Paynton), Antony Brown (Arthur Peplow), Shreela Ghosh (Minnie), Nicholas Farrell (Teddy Bingham), Frederick Treves (Col.
Ruthless is the most stressful, disturbing, never-wracking and visceral experience I've had with any book in a while. I desperately wanted to keep reading, but at the same time, I stayed away from it for hours at a time because of the powerful impact it had on me. Deeply engrossing, brutal and terrifyingly realistic, Ruthless is a fantastically written story of survival and, simultaneously, a short, fascinating study of both the good and the bad parts of human nature. When I picked this up, I haRuthless is the most stressful, disturbing, never-wracking and visceral experience I've had with any book in a while.
The Dreamers (2003) - IMDb
2 wins & 9 nominations. See more awards » Learn moreEdit Paris, spring 1968. While most students take the lead in the May 'revolution', a French poet's twin son Theo and daughter Isabelle enjoy the good life in his grand Paris home. As film buffs they meet and 'adopt' modest, conservatively educated Californian student Matthew. With their parents away for a month, they drag him into an orgy of indulgence of all senses, losing all of his and the last of their innocence. A sexual threesome shakes their rapport, yet only the outside reality will break it up.
Blue Like Jazz (2012) - IMDb
Edit Disenchanted by the church and his devout Christian mother, 19 year-old Donald escapes Texas for the liberal Northwest and attends Reed College at the urging of his secular father. At Reed College, Don finds that his classmates, from all walks of life, are more anti-religious and anti-everything than he was prepared for. In an attempt to fit in, and more importantly, in an attempt to find himself, Don joins an activist group which forces him to question what he really believes in. Written by napierslogsPlot Summary|Plot Synopsis college | texas | church | color in title | philosophy | See All (15) » Taglines: Everybody belongs somewhere.
Revenge Series Finale Recap: Emily and Victoria's Feud Reaches Its Fatal End
After four seasons, 88 episodes and more deaths — both real and faked — than you could tally with even the inkiest of red Sharpies, ABC’sRevengereached its conclusion Sunday. And just as the finale’s ominous title (“Two Graves”) suggested, not every Hamptonite survived the fateful hour. Let’s cut to the chase: The “two graves” in question ended up going to Victoria and David. (No, for real this time. They’re both actually dead. Forever. ) After being shot by David at LeMarchal HQ, Vicky had just enough energy to snatch Amanda’s gun and fire back at her.
The Finest Hours (2016) - IMDb
2 wins. See more awards » EditEdit In February of 1952, one of the worst storms to ever hit the East Coast struck New England, damaging an oil tanker off the coast of Cape Cod and literally ripping it in half. On a small lifeboat faced with frigid temperatures and 70-foot high waves, four members of the Coast Guard set out to rescue more than 30 stranded sailors trapped aboard the rapidly-sinking vessel. Written by Walt Disney Studios PublicityPlot Summary|Plot Synopsis Taglines: We all live or we all die. See more »Action | Drama | History | ThrillerMotion Picture Rating (MPAA) Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of peril | See all certifications » Parents Guide: View content advisory »Edit Official Facebook|Official siteRelease Date: 29 January 2016 (USA) See more » Also Known As: Horas Contadas See more » Quincy, Massachusetts, USA See more »Budget: $80,000,000(estimated)Opening Weekend: $10,288,932 (USA)(29 January 2016)Gross: $27,550,735(USA) (1 April 2016)See more » Production Co: Walt Disney Pictures, Whitaker Entertainment See more » Show detailed company contact information on IMDbPro »Runtime: 117 min Datasat |Dolby Digital |Dolby AtmosAspect Ratio: 2.
by Qingyuan Jiang Lulu is a five-act play written by German playwright Frank Wedekind (1864—1918). Early critics considered it to be “the climax of Wedekind’s artistic creativity” and “the most significant of the author’s works," and such positive opinions have prevailed in the critical literature since that time.  The Lulu Play(s) According to Alan Best, Wedekind struggled over the material of Lulu from 1892 until the summer of 1895, when he submitted to his publisher a completed manuscript titled Die Büchse der Pandora, eine Monstertragödie (Pandora’s Box, a Monster Tragedy).
Home > TV > D >Damages> Damages Synopsis Category :TV Series Genre :Thriller, Drama, Mystery Seasons :5 MPAA Rating : - Production Co. :FX Prod. , Sony Pictures TV Distributor : DirecTV, FX Network Official Site :http://www. directv. com/damages/ "Damages" is a legal thriller set in the world of New York City high-stakes litigation. The series, which provides a view into the true nature of power and success, follows the turbulent lives of Patty Hewes (Glenn Close), the nation's most revered and reviled high-stakes litigator, and her bright, ambitious protege Ellen Parsons (Rose Byrne) as they become embroiled in a class action lawsuit targeting the allegedly corrupt Arthur Frobisher (Ted Danson), one of the country's wealthiest CEOs.
Regression review: 'gory and corny'
E than Hawke is one of the most naturally plausible screen actors working today, but Regression is the film that has finally defeated him. Not even he can sell you on the psychological turmoil of a man who’s haunted by a sachet of Cup-a-Soup. This is, believe it or not, one of the less absurd twists of Alejandro Amenábar’s supernatural thriller, in which Hawke plays Bruce Kenner, a Minnesotan plain-clothes cop who’s investigating a suspected local outbreak of devil-worship. From its occult premise to the voguishly dingy 1990s period setting and plentiful shots of greenish oil refineries, the film desperately wishes it were True Detective – though its plot feels heavily inspired by the notorious "West Memphis Three" case of 1993, in which a trio of Arkansas teenagers were wrongly convicted of murdering three young boys in a stomach-churning blood rite.