'The Way, Way Back' is a shore thing
And the cast is certainly worth a look, even if the relatively unknown Liam James (TV’s “The Killing” and “Psych”) has the main role of Duncan, a teenager marooned in the most awkward years of adolescence. Not that the adults are making it easier. His unseen father has high-tailed it to the West Coast and his mother, Pam (Toni Collette), has taken up with a snide, short-tempered car salesman named Trent (Steve Carell). This is a first — Carell playing a jerk — and he’s good enough to remind you of all the tinpot dictators you had to put up with when you were Duncan’s age. On a scale of 1 to 10, Trent rates Duncan a 3. To his face.
Is there any news about possible new Matrix movies or video games coming out?
Loved the movies but thought the 3rd one left you asking questions and not very satisfied like at the end with neo being carried away it doesent come out and say HE IS DEAD so i just want to now if there is any news on that or video games for it as well.
I'm not sure about games but from the looks of it, they're done with the movies.
Maybe someone will make a spin off or another anime, but the movies are done.
However, I wouldn't rule out the possibility of another game.
what site is best to find reliable and accurate movie news about upcoming movies etc.?
That's short for internet movie data base.
It has pretty much every movie in existance, and upcoming ones.
Even TV shows.
Do you think most of the really arrogant acting Americans we see on news and in movies are of Irish ancestry?
why so for this?
please give examples.
why is this you think?
"Bill O'Reilly" for a good example.
i don't believe arrogance has anything to do with race, creed, or anything other than distorted self image, and arrogance itself!♥