‘That 70’s Show’ Because Jackie’s parents abandoned her, Hyde invites her to stay in the basement with him. However once the Forman’s find out, they won’t allow this sleeping arrangement. Donna gets pressured into inviting Jackie to stay with her. Jackie initially refuses, to keep her pride, but eventually gives in.
In a cruel twist of fate (or rather of Will Ferrel’s hand, Jerry (Cuba Gooding Jr.) and Nick (Horatio Sanz), two of the straightest guys out there end up vacationing on a gay cruise. Naturally these two, who border on being homophobic, freak out and try to find a way off the boat.
The film industry certainly got it right when they named “Chicago” best picture, as well as giving the golden boy to Catherine Zeta-Jones for Best Supporting Actress. One can only hope that quality musicals like this one and “Moulin Rouge” will continue to be produced in Hollywood.
Charles Czarny’s “Bach Brandenburg III,” paired with Jessica Lang’s “A Maiden’s Hymn,” created a unique experience that you could only get from the Richmond Ballet. The third of the Ballet’s studio series combined a dramatic ballet with a fun and nonlinear take on the dance form.
This weekend, the 11th annual VCU French Film Festival will began. With a laundry list of acclaimed, (some are Oscar nominated and Cesar winners,) French films that will be presented by their actors and directors this is one event that you won’t want to miss.