Every Brilliant Thing is a filmed version of Jonny Donahoe’s acclaimed one-man show about depression, suicide and the lengths to which people go for those they love. Poignant and humorous, it follows a young boy who attempts to ease his mother’s depression by starting an enormous running list of everything worth living for, from ice cream and water fights to things with stripes and Christopher Walken’s voice. As Donahoe’s list grows in adulthood, he discovers its deep significance in his own life. Written by Duncan Macmillan and directed by Emmy® winners Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey (HBO’s “Wishful Drinking”).
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The fingertip in the Wendy's chili caper was only one-and-a-half inches, but the story behind it is as long as your arm. The tip was lost by Brian Paul Rossiter, who last December got his hand caught in a mechanical lift at the Las Vegas paving company that employed him. He … [Read more...]
Britney and Kevin: Chaotic has got to be the realest reality show there ever was. Like Barbie playing with Sony's My First Camera. What did you think? … [Read more...]
This comment just showed up in the post Every Dog Has Its Day and this editor thought it should see some light, especially before the last episode of Showdog Moms & Dads tonight. We couldn't agree more with Pip's appraisal of Lourdes. I have enjoyed the dog part of the show … [Read more...]
You remember Randy Jones. The cowboy from the original Village People. Well, he's still around and he has a new song out, "New York City Boy," because that's what he is. He'll be making an appearance at this year's WKTU Disco Ball at Trump's Taj Mahal Casino Arena in Atlantic … [Read more...]