Actor MICHAEL TEH (pronounced Tay) takes to the sky for his latest film, “Air Collision,” which releases on DVD March 27th. Michael joins Reginald VelJohnson (“Die Hard,” CW’s “Hart of Dixie”) and Jordan Ladd (“Death Proof,” “Hostel: Part 2”) for this soaring thriller, which comes from award-winning director Liz Adams in her debut feature for The Asylum production company.
This Aussie born actor didn’t start out looking for a career in Hollywood. After earning both an MBA and law degree, he worked in several East Coast corporate careers before changing course and entering...
I've done quite a few picks of my preferito Film on this spot, and my taste doesn't really change (majority of my preferiti have been on the lista for years) so I figured I'd do an article. Because it's più fun I suppose. I'm going to count backwards, and provide te with a quote and try not to talk about them too much.
PS: Don't insult my taste, o Freddy will get te in your sleep. I'm eclectic, I rarely like the same type of movies.
20. Dreamland (2006)
I'm 18 years old and I just want to surrender.
This movie has the most beautiful scenery I've ever seen in any movie. If te like to...
Ever wonder what it would be like to flirt with Owen Wilson? How about Ed Helms? Do te think te could keep a straight face?
Well, that’s exactly what actress SARAH SKEIST did for her latest role in the Warner Bros. road-trip comedy “FATHER FIGURES.”
The film follows two fraternal twin brothers (Owen and Ed) as they head out on a cerca for their father. This quest kicks off after their mom (played da Glenn Close) lets it slip that she’s not exactly sure who their ‘real’ dad is. Sarah joins in as a fun and flirty Flight Attendant the guys meet along the way.