I keep waiting for this show to get good. Not this week.
Firth – whose many credits also include “The English Patient,” “Shakespeare in Love,” “Love, Actually” and “A Single Man,” has of late undertaken perhaps his most difficult, grueling role ever: Firth is the eponymous star of “The Railway Man,” based on Eric Lomax’s 1996 memoir of his incarceration and torture as a Japanese prisoner of war during World War II, now in theaters. The film also details the British soldier’s searing nightmares and flashbacks for decades after the war, which cease only when he meets and reconciles with his former torturer.
Kanthi Salgadu lay shivering on the cold, hard floor of a West Los Angeles manse, locked in the room where she was made to sleep.
A delicious, traditional apple cake slathered with ooey-gooey, Manischewitz-spiked apple pie filling, topped-off with melted cheddar.
A bill introduced by the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee would link assistance to the Palestinian Authority to its efforts to stop incitement.
Firth – whose many credits also include “The English Patient,” “Shakespeare in Love,” “Love, Actually” and “A Single Man,” has of lateread more
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