The vampire Djuna resists the advances of Paolo, but soon gives in to their passion. When her trouble-making sister unexpectedly comes to visit, Djuna's love is threatened, and the whole vampire community becomes endangered.
Joséphine de La Baume,
"""The Philanthropist"" chronicles the heroic adventures of a billionaire playboy-turned-vigilante/philanthropist. James Purefoy (""Rome"") stars as Teddy Rist, a successful tycoon whose ... See full summary »
Michael Kenneth Williams
The premise for this show catches viewers' attention with its promise of an intricate and well-intentioned (if not somewhat self-indulgent) look into the sexual fabric of an upscale college campus. What it delivers is a well-plotted, insightful, and amusing side-glance into the emotional psyche of human sexuality in any capacity.
With a highly talented cast (including WB runaround Milo Ventimiglia), we are not offered the often self-righteous scripting of the like-minded (and WB alum) Dawson's Creek, but rather a well-crafted and highly intelligent converse between realistic individuals who have encountered (or are maybe yet to encounter) the everyday events "our friends down there" often create.
And one even leaves considering that talking about it isn't as overrated as we've come to believe.
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