Austin Film Festival Review: Miss Nobody

Rating: 2.5/5

Writer: Doug Steinberg

Director: Tim Cox

Cast: Leslie Bibb, Adam Goldberg, Kathy Baker, Missi Pyle, Brandon Routh

I can’t imagine that many people grow up with the desire to be a cog in the wheel of a corporation. When asked, “what do you want to be when you grow up?” most children are ambitious – a doctor, a lawyer, a veterinarian, an architect. It is seldom, if ever, that you hear the likely outcome. There’s no shame in a less-esteemed position. After all, if everyone grew up to be lawyers, who would collect our garbage, fix our plumbing, or install our cable? The real heroes, if you ask me.

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Lifetime plays 'Card' hand

Lifetime will deal a second season of Wild Card, one of two drama series in the femme-targeted network's primetime Saturday block. Starring Joely Fisher, Card will return to its 9 p.m. time slot this summer, where it averaged over 2.1 million total viewers--on par with the two-hour movie block it replaced. Lifetime ordered 18 episodes. "We are extremely excited to bring back 'Wild Card' as part of our Saturday night line-up," said Barbara Fisher, executive VP, entertainment. "Our viewers have told us that they connect and respond to these very identifiable characters by coming back each and every Saturday." Still to be determined is the fate of 10 p.m. drama 1-800-Missing, which debuted alongside Card last year. Card is a produced by Busiek Prods. with Fireworks Entertainment. Doug Steinberg (Boston Public) is executive producer and Lynn Marie Latham and Bernard Lechowick (That's Life) are co-creators.

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