In the world according to playwright-screenwriter Neil LaBute, men continually behave badly — some much worse than others — and the nameless protagonist of "Some Girl(s)" certainly is no exception…
Adam Brody is embracing his new leading-man status by taking on two new high-profile indies, including the latest film from Neil LaBute.
Armed only with a computer and some chutzpah, a longshot snuck through the back door and into the Grammy Awards competition this year.
In "Some Girl(s)," Neil LaBute continues his careerlong evisceration of that perennial, and by now a little tired, target: the white heterosexual male.
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