Idiom of the Day
get out from under (someone or something)
to escape from a situation that one does not like
I would like to get out from under my boss who is always watching my work.
Most Anticipated Movies
Denis Villeneuve has been on an impressive tear as of late with the Oscar nominated foreign pic Incendies, moody thriller Prisoners and penetrating character study Enemy. With Sicario, which bowed at the Cannes Film Festival in May and is set for Toronto, he tackles the drug trade and all the ennui conjured in its wake. With celebrated lenser Roger Deakins on board again and stars Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro in front of the camera, it s a dark subject matter that could land the right blows this season.