A pastor preoccupied with writing the perfect sermon fails to realize that his wife is having an affair and his children are up to no good.
You May Also Like
With her wedding day rapidly approaching, an anxious bride-to-be has doubts about her pending marriage. At a romantic island resort, she encounters a handsome kindred spirit and must now decide if her “perfect” fiancé is really her true love.
In his first hourlong comedy special, Brian Gaar tackles everything from the challenges of fatherhood, trying to keep his gamer cred in his 30s, and life in a certain small Texas town. Brian has more than 80,000 followers on Twitter, and celebrity fans include: Patton Oswalt, Will Arnett, Seth Meyers, Jim Gaffigan, Andy Richter, Rob Delaney, Margaret Cho, Minnie Driver, Amy Schumer, Zachary Levi, Billy Eichner, Samantha Bee, Ike Barinholtz, Ryan Phillippe and Juliette Lewis. Former “Saturday Night Live” head writer and current producer/head writer of “Late Night with Seth Meyers” Alex Baze called Brian one of his favorite Twitter joke writers. Likewise, Playboy recently named him one of the funniest people on Twitter. “Jokes I Wrote at Work” was filmed live at the Spider House Ballroom in Austin, Texas.
Devoted teacher Anne Sullivan (Alison Elliott) leads deaf, blind and mute Helen Keller (Hallie Kate Eisenberg) out of solitude and helps integrate her into the world.
When Dezzie befriends new boy Yasin at his school, little does he know his life will take an unexpected turn that will ultimately shape his future. Having witnessed the perpetual racist taunts and bullying to the quiet Chinese newcomer, Dezzie, no stranger to beatings himself, stands up to Yasin’s persecutors and wins the respect, not only of his tormentors, but more importantly of Yasin, and his family.
As first year student Konoha Inoue is about to leave school campus, he presences a girl savor a page from the book she is reading. She introduces herself as second year Tōko Amano, the literature girl, and asks him to join the Literature Club so that he doesn’t expose her secret. After almost two years of being the sole two members of the club, a strange message arrives: a piece of paper with a peculiar drawing. Further investigation leads them not only to Inoue’s past, but to the reason for why he has given up on writing novels for the rest of his life.
Eric (Alex Fong Lik-Sun) and Cheun (Sammy) are two medical students who opt to rent a flat in a secluded housing estate, the reason being to concentrate on their upcoming exams. Their best intentions go south damn quick; first of all, Cheun wastes time and acts extremely annoying, thereby ruining any chance at serious study time. Second, there may be vampires in the building. Eric becomes slightly enamored of Jade (Miki Lee), a pretty young thing who lives in the building with her older sisters (Zuki Lee and Cynthia Ho). But after a series of weird noises and the appearance of a man bleeding from the neck, Eric thinks something may be up. He enlists the help of TV occult expert Mister M (Yuen Wah), who all but confirms Eric’s suspicions: the sisters are vampires. Worse, they must suck the life out of one good man to cure their aversion to daylight, and have ear-marked Eric as the designated “good man”.