On a business trip to Nashville, Brennan finds himself reunited with the "Girl" who had previously broken his heart. Now, for one weekend in the city's music scene, a past and present romance will be reborn and challenged.
Mitchell is out of work. He's just gotten a letter from his long lost father in Las Vegas, and he needs $600 to get there. He enrolls in a medical study, and while there, befriends Jimmy, a... See full summary »
Robert Glen Keith,
On V.E. Day in 1945, as peace extends across Europe, Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret are allowed out to join the celebrations. It is a night full of excitement, danger and the first flutters of romance.
This film tells a story of an nineteen year old Harvard graduate, who is cynical and insecure about herself. She isolates from the world and is angry about everything, until her psychiatrist asks her to go and do a list of things that hopes to transform her.
"Carrie Pilby" is a portrayal of an interesting character that is different from the usual girl next door. She is intelligent, pretty but highly guarded from the outside world. The story is about her trying to make sense of the world around her, which is not complicated to most people but unfathomable to her. It is satisfying to see her change and develop in just over a week. It is a sweet little romantic comedy to kill time with.
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