Buster Moon owns a Theatre and he is about to do everything possible to save it when he really has his last chance before the bank takes it off him, so he decides to launch a singing competition.
When the world is on the verge of extinction something has to be done to try to save mankind . . .
Reporter Ward Jensen returns to his hometown to investigate a case about an inmate on death row as he has reasons to believe evidence has gone missing.
In 1985 electrician and hustler Ron Woodroof is diagnosed with HIV and having AIDS after an accident at work and blood test have been completed. This causes everything in his life to change, especially when the doctor only gives him 30 days left to live.
Based on the true story of Jordan Belfort and his rise to becoming a very wealthy stockbroker and living a very extravagant life filled with crime, corruption and the federal government along with plenty of drugs!
A young boy Roger who’s mother had died and he was not living with his father, prayed for a family if the Angels Baseball team won the pendant. Real angels then appear to help the boy and team!
My previous blog post about Sarah Jessica Parker’s new film ‘I Don’t Know How She Does It’ got me thinking about her career on the silver screen. She has been in quite a lot of films now, but can you actually remember many of them? I am guessing for a lot of people the answer will probably be known. Most well-known for her role as Carrie Bradshaw in the Sex and the City TV Show.
When looking at her different roles to make this list, one thing that I seemed to notice is that not many of her characters are liked by the other characters. So that probably means that audiences aren’t really too fond on them either. That could possibly be a reason why SJP is not very well received by critics and movie watchers. Although I will always consider myself a fan after Sex and the City, and always hope that she gets some good movies to appear in.
Into the top 50 !!!
Starting to get good now . . . OOOO wait it has been good all the way along . . .