Talky, back-bendingly liberal but also deeply patriotic, "Lions for Lambs" plays like all the serious footnotes scripter du jour Matthew Michael Carnahan left out of "The Kingdom."
There's been a curious development regarding the Spyglass-financed remake of "Bunny Lake Is Missing": Reese Witherspoon is missing. And she's the picture's star and producer.
On Sept. 10, 2001, Matthew Michael Carnahan -- there are two other Matthew Carnahans in the biz -- flew to Los Angeles to deliver a presentation for his employer, the Advisory Board, a D.C.-based…
The play, taking place in a strip joint, is emceed by Eelie (Illana Levine), a ditzy dancer with a heart of gold. She intros three co-workers, who each reenact a tale of woe about the men who "done…
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