After a few years' hiatus, she returned to the screen with 's Bridget Jones's Baby and 's Judy Garland biopic Judy. She produced and starred in the indie horror film Wildling and joined Hulu's Harlots in She seems particularly impressed by Joe. The resulting fundraiser gets Joe enough money to stop a takeover and buy the store from disinterested owner Mitchell Beck. He currently has a main role on Netflix's Grace and Frankie and appeared in the films Blindspotting and First Man. Her initial rebuttal of his advances gives him the confidence and independence to finally enroll in art school. He also took a crack at James Bond, voicing the iconic superspy in the video game Nightfire. Deb's peace of mind gives her the strength to save the store from a gun-wielding Warren. He spends "Rex Manning Day" hanging with Empire employees in the back room after they bust him for shoplifting.
O Brother, Where Art Thou? Revisiting the glory and silliness of the Coen brothers' classic
See the full list. Multicharacter teenage comedy about high school graduates with different agenda of life on graduation night. A newcomer to a Catholic prep high school falls in with a trio of outcast teenage girls who practice witchcraft, and they all soon conjure up various spells and curses against those who anger them. A documentary filmmaker and her fellow Generation X graduates face life after college, looking for work and love in Houston. Three of the most popular girls at Reagan High accidentally kill the prom queen with a jawbreaker when a kidnapping goes horribly wrong. A group of twenty-something friends most of whom live in the same apartment complex search for love and success in grunge-era Seattle.
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Inevitably, everything that was once good and sacred about music fandom was under threat. The plot follows a day in the life of a gang of teenaged staff as they realise that their place of work is being sold to a soulless corporate giant. Not willing to give up without a fight, they decide to put on a raging street party for the neighbourhood. Their grand plan? Take back power by raising the money to save their beloved record store. The film gestures towards the tropes of a workplace comedy, without veering too far into the modern-day bureaucracy of Parks and Recreation or the subtle indignities of service work in Party Down. At Empire Records, time stopped and customers were willing to wait out major life crises or call back again after team bonding activities wrapped up. For a film about fandom, not everyone in the industry understood the appeal. Critic Roger Ebert famously gave the film a terrible review during its initial theatrical release.