Maggie Rose Fleck
Maggie Rose Fleck | Actor
Vigo - Passion For Life
The inspirational story of one of the greatest film directors of all time, who found love and everlasting fame against all odds.
Celebrity impressionists Ross and Jim aren't content imitating famous people; the duo want to become serious, dramatic actors. The result of making this career change: total chaos. The comedy "Impress Me," which began as a six-episode online show, features a roster of celebrity cameos that include actress Angela Kinsey and singer "Weird Al" Yankovic. The series goes beyond just the featured impressionists, according to executive producer Rainn Wilson, who says it is about "how hard (and hilarious) it can be to follow your heart, even when the cards are stacked against you."
Just One Summer
A rich, rebellious boy spends the summer with his father who he has considered long dead and his mistress while waiting for the annulment of his father and his mother's marriage. During his stay with his father during the summer, he meets a poor girl who is his childhood friend and is a scholar of whom her family is depending on; however, she is holding in a secret with regards to the true state of her scholarship. The two meet and comfort each other amidst their problems and they fall for each other as time goes on and as they get to know each other.
Near the end of the 19th century, 35-year-old José Rizal turned into the Philippines’ most beloved hero when he was martyred by the Spanish colonial government at Bagumbayan. He died an extraordinary man of his times: renowned novelist, poet, ophthalmologist, journalist, and linguist. But behind these achievements, there remained the story of a man every Filipino can relate and connect to. Like today’s overseas Filipino, Rizal needed to leave his family to fulfill his studies and career abroad, suffering from homesickness, and enduring a long-distance relationship with the woman he loved most. He was also the best example of the Filipino who came back home and used the knowledge and skills he learned abroad to help improve the lives of his family and countrymen.
Rocco Has Your Name
These are run-of-the-mill days in the life of Bobo Benso. A certain feeling of uneasiness is taking over him. He fails to understand why. He blames it on the failure of a love story. Star, his girl, who is much younger, has just left him. She said she wants to give her life new meaning and find out what is going on. This is an important moment of transformation in her life. Bobo takes refuge in continued complaints and long conversations with Carlos, one of his best friends. He goes to the cinema, drives around Barcelona by night with him and tries to involve his friend pushing him to reflect with him, looking for the answer in some words, a sense of relief which he himself doesn`t offer his friend.
The film starts with an assortment of passengers on board a bus bound for Bicol. As it leaves Manila, Micky (Carlo Guevarra), a handsome deaf-mute on his way to visit his biological mother, boards the bus and captures the interest of several passengers, notably the flamboyant gay Jinky (Ranay) and the unemployed Obet (Martin).