It’s the actor’s worst nightmare. The lights go up.They walk on stage.
FLIGHT (Paramount) Director: Robert Zemeckis Starring: Denzel Washington, Kelly Reilly, John Goodman, Bruce Greenwood, Melissa Leo It’s always nice to see Robert Zemeckis back in the director’s chair; the man was responsible for a pair of childhood favourites (Back To The Future, Who Framed Roger Rabbit) and one of the most underrated horror-thrillers in recent memory (What Lies Beneath). Even his mostly maligned films, the likes of Beowulf and Cast Away, are enjoyable.
With all the violent and bizarre news, we all needed a little break and this is exactly what we needed. This video shows that humans are the only animals who can’t get along with other species. This cute video of a kitten play fighting with a bunny may be the cutest thing you will see today. Even though […]
The face Macau shows to the world today may be its 29 sparkling casinos, but one of the last links with the city’s gambling past can still be found two miles away from the main strip, in a plastic reproduction of Rome’s Coliseum that stands out amid the dowdy surroundings of its working-class neighborhood. Inside, six sinewy greyhounds stand shivering on an oval race track, waiting for a mud-stained mechanical rabbit to give them something to chase.
“Equine therapist” just doesn’t sound as good as “horse whisperer,” although that’s the term to describe Buck Brannaman’s specialty as a trainer of troubled horses. In fact, the subject of the lovely documentary Buck doesn’t even whisper: he talks into a microphone so that the rapt horse owners can watch and hear him magically fixing whatever ails their seemingly impossible horses.