In "American Bitch," Matthew Rhys plays an author accused of violating women.
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As he was not permitted to leave his home country, the young Iranian playwright wrote this piece as his conduit with the
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The set-up -- which sounds as if it's going to amount to no more than an hour or so of something not so much a play as a theater game -- depends on an actor who's never seen the script until it's handed to him carrying out all the previously undisclosed directions it contains.
There have been plenty of other fantastic shows but I'm not sure I've absolutely enjoyed anything more than Fargo. Goofy accents, unflinching violence and all, it's like getting a gift-wrapped box of delicious mystery candy delivered through your screen once a week--and diet be damned.
Bruce Campbell as the Gipper, seriously?
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Fresh, unique and thoroughly entertaining, the film was directed by the prolific film and TV actor, Jack Plotnick and is undoubtedly one of the most surprising and original movies in recent memory -- a dark, brooding comedy disguised as an homage to 1970s sci-fi.
Technically polished with occasional striking moments, Insidious: Chapter 2 repeats the beats with some painful expository writing and awkward retconning to explain why the story didn't just stop while it was ahead.
Still, Wilson did acknowledge that actors take roles "to really inspire people or make people mad and just have people talking