ABC’s Modern Family won OUTSTANDING COMEDY SERIES last night at the Emmy’s.
Eric Stonestreet as Cameron Tucker also won Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series and Steven Levitan and Christopher Lloyd won Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series for penning Modern Family’s pilot.
Here’s a vid sample of the madness that won them the awards.
Calling all Twihards.Vampires Suck puts a spoofy spin on your fav film franchise. It opened last weekend and has at least made enough at the box office to pay for the film, which is a good thing for producers.
Jennifer Aniston stars alongside Jason Bateman in this offbeat comedy as Kassie, a smart, fun-loving single woman who, despite her neurotic best friend Wally’s (Bateman) objections, decides it’s time to have a baby, even if it means doing it by herself… with a little help from a charming sperm donor (Patrick Wilson). But, unbeknownst to her, Kassie’s plans go awry because of a last-minute switch that isn’t discovered until seven years later when Wally finally gets acquainted with Kassie’s cute–though slightly neurotic–son.
Read my review of THE SWITCH for Jacksonville.com’s Cinemania:
THE SWITCH REVIEW
*Warning: This review contains plot spoilers.
Man gets son. Man loses son. Man gets son.
The Switch is not your typical romantic comedy. Wally (Jason Bateman) has been in love with Kassie (Jennifer Aniston) for years. But it’s not until she reappears in his life as a single mom with a 6-year-old, intelligent, neurotic son who looks just like him, that he really connects with another member of the human race: the boy.
Sebastian (Thomas Robinson) not only looks like Wally, he has many of Wally’s peculiarities, like moaning when eating his favorite foods. He’s a hypochondriac like Wally. Like Wally, Sebastian doesn’t know his father. So many coincidences, or are they?
This short film was made by Marc Boese and his Team Pick Me (from Jacksonville, FL) for the 2008 Orlando 48 Hour Film Project.
Best Acting (Ensemble)
Best Musical Score
Best Use of Line of Dialogue “if you only knew, if you only knew”
Sometimes you have to risk everything and let yourself go. Based on a true story and bestselling memoir by Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat Pray Love opens in theaters throughout the U.S.
Here’s the story:
Liz Gilbert (Julia Roberts) had everything a modern woman is supposed to dream of having a husband, a house, a successful career yet like so many others, she found herself lost, confused, and searching for what she really wanted in life. Newly divorced and at a crossroads, Gilbert steps out of her comfort zone, risking everything to change her life, embarking on a journey around the world that becomes a quest for self-discovery. In her travels, she discovers the true pleasure of nourishment by eating in Italy; the power of prayer in India, and, finally and unexpectedly, the inner peace and balance of true love in Bali. Eat, Pray, Love proves that there really is more than one way to let yourself go and see the world.