Mike, from 'Survivor: Samoa' sits with Fancast's Brian Gianelli
Dave, from 'Survivor: Samoa' sits with Fancast's Brian Gianelli
Mick, from 'Survivor: Samoa' sits with Fancast's Brian Gianelli
Betsy, from 'Survivor: Samoa' sits with Fancast's Brian Gianelli
Ashley, from 'Survivor: Samoa' sits with Fancast's Brian Gianelli.
Kelly, from 'Survivor: Samoa' sits with Fancast's Brian Gianelli
Ben, from 'Survivor: Samoa' sits with Fancast's Brian Gianelli.
Common Sense Media reviews Ondine for kids and families.
What's a 16-year-old boy doing playing music and table tennis with adult psychiatric patients - on a school day? It's kind of a funny story, "It's Kind of a Funny Story," adapted from Ned Vizzini's 2006 novel of the same name, is the new comedy-drama from acclaimed writer/directors Ryan Fleck & Anna Boden. It's @5:00 AM on a Sunday in Brooklyn. Craig Gilner (played by Keir Gilchrist of "United States of Tara") is bicycling up to the entrance of a mental health clinic this bright 16-year-old is stressed out from the demands of being a teenager. Before his parents (Lauren Graham of "Parenthood" and Jim Gaffigan of "Away We Go") and younger sister are even awake, Craig checks himself into Argenon Hospital and is admitted by a psychiatrist. But the youth ward is temporarily closed - so he finds himself stuck in the adult ward. One of the patients, Bobby (Zach Galifianakis of "The Hangover"), soon becomes both Craig's mentor and protege. Craig is also quickly drawn to another 16-year-old displaced to the adult ward, the sensitive Noelle (Emma Roberts of the upcoming "Scream 4"), who just might make him forget his longtime unrequited crush Nia (Zoe Kravitz of the upcoming "X-Men: First Class"). With a minimum five days' stay imposed on him by the adult ward's staff psychiatrist Dr. Eden Minerva (Academy Award nominee Viola Davis), Craig is sustained by friendships on both the inside and the outside as he learns more about life, love, and the pressures of growing up.
Shannon, from 'Survivor: Samoa' sits with Fancast's Brian Gianelli
Jaison, from 'Survivor: Samoa' sits with Fancast's Brian Gianelli.
The 3-D action-thriller Sanctum, from executive producer James Cameron, follows a team of underwater cave divers on a treacherous expedition to the largest, most beautiful and least accessible cave system on Earth. When a tropical storm forces them deep into the caverns, they must fight raging water, deadly terrain and creeping panic as they search for an unknown escape route to the sea.
Master diver Frank McGuire (Richard Roxburgh) has explored the South Pacific's Esa-ala Caves for months. But when his exit is cut off in a flash flood, Frank's team, including 17-year-old son Josh (Rhys Wakefield) and financier Carl Hurley (Ioan Gruffudd), are forced to radically alter plans. With dwindling supplies, the crew must navigate an underwater labyrinth to make it out. Soon, they are confronted with the unavoidable question: Can they survive, or will they be trapped forever?
ONDINE is the story of Syracuse, a simple fisherman who catches a beautiful and mysterious woman in his trawler's nets. The woman seems to be dead, but then she comes alive before Syracuse's eyes and he thinks he may be seeing things. However, with the help of his ailing, yet irrepressible daughter, Annie, he comes to believe that the fantastical might be possible and that the woman (Ondine) might be a myth come true. Ondine and Syracuse fall passionately in love, but just as we think the fairytale might go on forever, the real world intercedes. Then, after a terrible car crash and the return of a dark and violent figure from Ondine's past, hope eventually prevails and a new beginning is presented to Syracuse, Ondine and Annie.
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