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”).
Tonight's the night you'll wish your TiVo had more than two tuners. Lost, of course, on ABC at 8. But also at 8, on MTV, is the documentary I'm Still Here, in which young Hollywood goyim read from the diaries of young Jews in Europe. Of Brittany Murphy, Elijah Wood, Ryan … [Read more...]
My name is Aaron Schwarz and I own T-Shirt Hell. Because of that, I can do whatever the fuck I want. I woke up one morning and decided I didn't want to have a "Worse Than Hell" section, so I took it down. We always said there was no line we wouldn't cross, but even then there … [Read more...]
The policy announced yesterday by Loews Cineplex Entertainment Corp that it will begin next month to announce the actual, bona fide, real start times of its films (after the commercials, promo shorts, and trailers) is not a good one. It's bad enough now that stupid, … [Read more...]