“Phone Booth” Colin Ferrel plays a publicist with an aversion to the truth who gets trapped in a phone booth in the 81-minute thriller. His captor, who is only known as “The Caller,” is determined to straighten out the lies in Colin’s life. Among which, is one that he was been feeding to his gorgeous wife (Radha Mitchell) and his cute young girlfriend (Katie Holmes), all of whom are brought into the plot.
Oprah. Dr.Phil. Montel Williams. Sally Jessie Raphael. Four precise examples of Peter Segal’s concept behind his new film, “Anger Management.” In a world where there is a treatment for every imaginable climate, Segal flawlessly directs this movie in a comedic twist that shows that even a seemingly normal person can use a little therapy.
“Sorority Life” This week was certainly a dramatic one for the girls of DZO. Brooke depledged for three days and then re-pledged after a talk with her big sister. Maggie and some other girls gang up on Brooke for coming back. Maggie has tried to dominate the pledge class from the beginning and I’m certain that this won’t be her last attempt at swaying what happens – particularly when it concerns Brooke and Karissa.
‘Six Feet Under’ This week Claire and Russell get much more serious as they share their first kiss and she devirginizes him all in one episode. Arthur, who is interning under Federico, seems to be growing closer to Ruth. The scenes where they are together are quite disturbing.
Thomas Simmons made a splash in VCU’s presentation of “Playboy of West Indies” this past February. He is a staple of the VCU theater department and has a bright future at VCU and beyond. The Commonwealth Times: What is your hometown? Thomas Simmons: Richmond, Virginia born and raised.