By night, a woman is found dead in her place, where she was with her husband and a friend (her husband's best friend). After fighting, the two friends accuse each other of committing the ... See full summary »
When 25-year-old New Yorker Eric Traber gets fired from his job and kicked out of his apartment, he fears the worst. But his best friend, Ziggy, shows up A.W.O.L. from the Peace Corps and ... See full summary »
The is the story of the man who invented the first digitized non-linear editing system. This lead to the evolution of entire film industry which has become accessible to the common man because of one mans drive to change the norm.
The New York Times called it one of the "Ten Best Shows on Television" in 2003. The Associated Press said, "It warrants comparison with the best of television, HBO's Six Feet Under (2001) and The Sopranos (1999)." See more »
I suppose this is the story of the beauty and brutality of a long-term marriage as seen through the eyes of a writer who aspires to make art, but makes his living writing popcorn movies. Someone who wants to be a good man, but finds himself contemplating many crimes. Someone who is guilty of the crime of being human. Someone whose life is the only movie he can't rewrite. Well, that's my story, and I'm sticking to it.
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I started viewing after the program had begun, so I missed the set-up. What I did see held me. I am not a sit-com; watch-a-series-each week-person, but I will try to catch this one on a regular basis. The ensemble players are very attractive and engaging. The overall production is well done. It puts me in mind of the excellent show "Thirty Something," which I enjoyed for it's all too short tv life. I hopeful this show will maintain a high level and have legs as well. If it doesn't I can always pull out my "Faulty Towers" tapes and laugh, laugh, laugh.
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