By far the greatest, most well put together, well acted, tv show of all time.
It takes all the typical for example "cop," "political", "crime", "mystery" tv genre shows and combines all of them in one show and does them better than any other competitor in any category.
The Secret Life of Bees Year: 2008 Director: Gina Prince-Bythewood The big-screen adaptation of Sue Monk Kidd’s bestseller The Secret Life of Bees is commendable not because of what it is, exactly, but what it refuses to be. Dakota Fanning plays Lily Owens, a young girl who flees from her abusive father (Paul Bettany) alongside her housekeeper (Jennifer Hudson) in 1964 Civil Rights-era South Carolina.
Lily’s pining to be closer to her deceased mother brings her to the doorsteps of the Pepto-Bismol-colored home of the three beekeeping, honey-harvesting Boatwright sisters: August (Queen Latifah), June (Alicia Keys) and May (Sophie Okonedo).
Vulture reports that HBO is developing a new take on Real Sex, which is being retitled SEX // NOW and will be helmed by Me @ the Zoo director Chris Moukarbel, who shared a bit about his own personal experience watching the series and learning about sex when he was a kid.
From the sound of it, we won’t have to wait very long to see the reboot, as HBO has already scheduled a premiere date for the pilot, with the first episode set to air January 2 at p.m.
HBO’s movie lineup continues to refresh with as many great films getting added as those that are expiring.