In truth, the stakes are not that high in Ira Sachs’ Frankie. That may seem curt once you learn that the title character, played by Isabelle Huppert, is about to lose a long battle with cancer, but her fate is already sealed and she’s well aware of it. As she gathers her family for a holiday in picturesque Sintra, Portugal, the petty drama in their own lives surpasses her own and over the course of a few hours you wonder if they’ll all become a little more appreciative of it all. The Frankie in question is pretty much …
Sony Pictures has released a new Once Upon a Time in Hollywood trailer. The film stars Leonardo DiCaprio as TV star Rick Dalton, who is watching his star decline. That doesn’t seem to really bother his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) as the two try to make their way in the industry. Meanwhile, Dalton lives next door to rising star Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie), who eventually met a horrible end at the hands of the Manson Family. This trailer is the first time I’ve become genuinely excited for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood rather than …
Twenty years since the premiere of Teletubbies, creator Andrew Davenport is back with Moon and Me, a new family-friendly show about a magical toy, Pepi Nana, who lives in a toy house with a family of comical toy friends. Moon and Me explores what happens when toys come to life at night and breaks new ground in its technical and visual ambition, using sophisticated puppetry and stop motion animation. Moon and Me also features an original song by Michael Bublé and is narrated by Nina Sosanya (Killing Eve). The show has already premiered in the UK to much buzz …
ABC's hit sitcom Modern Family is reaching the end. With season 10 recently coming to a close, the producers have announced that the next season will be the last for this lovable family. Many of us did think that the recently-completed season 10 was going to be the last, so the news that we're getting one more year is exciting.
Family Guy is the show that made Seth MacFarlane a star. After a couple of seasons, Fox tried to cancel it. But a few years later, when the DVD sales were strong and the Adult Swim reruns were getting huge ratings, the network decided to bring it back. Now, 17 seasons and more than 300 episodes later, Family Guy is still kicking – but it’s virtually unrecognizable compared to its former self.
In the world of adult cartoons, few shows have had the same impact as Family Guy. This less-than-typical family is outrageous and funny to the extreme. The show has been going strong since 1999, and clocks in on over 300 episodes, with no signs of slowing down. Of course, fans everywhere couldn't be happier about this, and there's a big chance Family Guy will keep us laughing for many years to come. There are a lot of factors that contribute to the series' popularity, but one of the biggest ones is, undoubtedly, the eccentric character of Stewie Griffin.
Leave it to Werner Herzog to deliver something fresh and unexpected, as the auteur and Oscar-nominated filmmaker often does. This time around, we are treated to a fascinating drama that Herzog shot in Japan with Japanese actors, and a story that centers on a cultural reality that many in the West might find odd and not easily understandable. That's the sort of niche that Herzog's films like to live in because the filmmaker does such a remarkable job of taking foreign concepts and making them accessible. Here's hoping the same goes for his upcoming drama, Family …
Haley Dunphy (now Marshall) is the eldest of the three Dunphy children on ABC sitcom Modern Family. She often gets a bad rep. Self-centered, focused on her looks, and with little interest in education, she struggled through school. While she was always popular, she sat in her younger genius sister Alex’s shadow and always feared she was a disappointment to her parents.
When it comes to comic relief, it’s hard to pick a character who provides this better than another on the sitcom Modern Family. Phil Dunphy, the patriarch, has a dimwitted charm about him that makes him as lovable as he is hilarious, while mom Claire and youngest daughter Alex deliver the best sarcastic one-liners. Then there’s Mitch’s spastically unintentional deadpan humor, and grandfather Jay’s classic under-his-breath remarks. The list goes on with this ensemble cast.
This quirky comedy about a large and dysfunctional yet loving family provides viewers with an array of unique characters, each with their own goals, values, and takes on life. It makes complete sense that this show has captured the hearts of fans over 10 seasons. Such a diverse cast made it particularly intriguing to look into each Modern Family character's Myers-Briggs® Personality Type. Since that task has been completed, what better way to further explore these interesting personalities than combine them with the much-loved fandom of Harry Potter, where we can sort them into the perfect Hogwarts houses to suit their characters?
Modern Family is a show that takes a look at the way the family dynamic has changed as we've moved into the modern world, not conforming with the stereotypes that used to be the standard back in the day. Not only are the main characters that make up the Modern Family very well written and funny, but the writers have managed to cram in some brilliant supporting characters, ones that we think often outshine the main cast in the single episodes that they're given. We're going to take a look at the ten of the show's best supporting characters.
Things are about to get even stupider. Get ready for a whole lot of 90 Day Fiance this summer. Not only are fans getting a new season starting April 28th, but the new spinoff The Family Chantel will be airing soon. Everyone's favorite couple is getting their own show featuring not only Chantel’s family but Pedro’s mom and sister as well. How can we not get excited about this? Especially seeing as this couple has never failed to bring the drama. Explosive family dinners are a specialty of theirs. Also, let’s not forget that there is a lot of bitterness around both families. Pedro’s family feels looked down upon by Chantel family ( they aren’t wrong). Chantel’s family was lied to when Pedro showed up on American soil. We are gearing up for some crazy times.

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