This week, we have some info from Sheila Kelly about Zoe's mission on the island and her thoughts on what Lost is all about.|Getting Lost|Lost|Sheila Kelly|no amazon|
Matt Mitovich interviews Rescue Me's Callie Thorne talks about Sheila going to therapy and reinventing herself.|Rescue Me|Callie Thorne|Matt Mitovich|
The Seattle music scene is the ideal backdrop for Cameron Crowe's (SAY ANYTHING, JERRY MAGUIRE) chronicle of the lives of single twentysomethings in the 1990s. Linda (Kyra Sedgwick) and Steve (Campbell Scott) are both tired of the singles scene and meeting the wrong people. Just when they are each ready to give up and give in to being alone, they meet each other and begin the delicate process of dating. Steve's apartment complex is also home to his ex-girlfriend, Janet (Bridget Fonda), and Cliff (Matt Dillon), the lead singer of a rock band. Janet imagines that Cliff is her boyfriend while Cliff considers her one of a few casual acquaintances. Debbie (Sheila Kelley), who also lives in the complex, resorts to video dating in her attempt to meet men with humorous but disastrous results. Crowe's script captures the nuances of relationships and romance (as he did with teen love in 1989's SAY ANYTHING) and follows the rocky roads that relationships can take. Music is the other main character here, with live performances from Alice in Chains and Soundgarden, cameos by the members of Pearl Jam, and a soundtrack that also includes titles by Paul Westerberg and Mudhoney.
The Apocalyptic Grudge Match of the Millennium
My first grade teacher in Catholic school was Sister Sheila. She reportedly was a real knuckle-breaker in the classroom, but not to me. Once she visited my family and I guess she was off duty because she wasn't wearing her habit. I was amazed to see how short her hair was. Just out of curiosity I pealed back the habit on the Sheila puppet only to find she was actually a Margaret Thatcher puppet in disguise. I don't know why I was disappointed, but I was. I guess if I had wanted to get political with this show I would have just bought the Bill Clinton punching puppet. I don't know if he would have won.
Woof and Berger provoke Sheila by listing a series of sexual terms.
The Anniversary movie trailer - starring Bette Davis, Sheila Hancock, Jack Hedley, Elaine Taylor, James Cossins. Directed by Roy Ward Baker. Theatrical Release Date: 2/7/1968
Rating: Not Rated
Sheila asks Frank to marry her.
Dancing At The Blue Iguana movie trailer - starring Daryl Hannah, Elias Koteas, Sandra Oh, Charlotte Ayanna, Sheila Kelley, Shelia Kelley. Directed by Michael Radford. Genre: Drama
Meet Sheila McCormack, the no nonsense supervising producer of Deadliest Catch.
Yes movie trailer - starring Sam Neill, Joan Allen, Shirley Henderson, Simon Abkarian, Sheila Hancock, Samantha Bond. Directed by Sally Potter. Theatrical Release Date: 6/24/2005
A paraplegic mother (Elizabeth Franz) worries about her daughter, Sheila (Finn Carter), who is married to Nelson (Tom Gilroy), a physically abusive man. The mother reveals that she has developed a melon whose juice is a miracle drug. Nelson tries to steal one, but discovers the melons are protected by vicious "Brazilian blood worms." He manipulates Sheila into learning the secret of the melons (and the worms) from her mother, but there is much more to both the melons and a mother's protective instinct than he realizes.
Former Middle Delaware State basketball coach Sheila Kelly returns to the spotlight as a freshman Congresswoman.
Cold Comfort Farm movie trailer - starring Ian McKellen, Kate Beckinsale, Stephen Fry, Eileen Atkins, Ivan Kaye, Sheila Burrell. Directed by John Schlesinger. Genre: Comedy
Sheila (Kate McKinnon) enjoys another messy hookup with a new paramour (Woody Harrelson) during last call.
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