Is there anything more despicable than parents of LGBT youth who choose to throw their kids into the streets rather than love them and try to understand who they really are?
Two dramatic films set against turbulent real-life backdrops make for provocative viewing this month. Both of these movies draw on the best source of material any filmmaker could call upon: the drama of real life.
You wouldn’t think any Disney cartoon feature could be called under-appreciated, but that term does apply to two films I’m very fond of that you can find on Comcast this month.
BY: Michelle R. Smith WARWICK, R.I. – Oscar-nominated actor James Woods settled a lawsuit today against a hospital in Rhode Island where his younger brother Michael died in 2006. Woods claimed Kent Hospital was negligent in the death of his 49-year-old brother, who had a heart attack and died in its emergency room after going […]
A guest starring role on The Simpsons is considered one of television’s highest honors. If you’re on it, you’ve made it in show biz. Especially if you play yourself. For the show’s executive producer Al Jean, the rewards are sweet. As he put it in an interview with Fancast, “Having guest stars on the show […]