For mother, there's nothing like a movie and a pie

May 13, 2007|By CHRIS KALTENBACH

Looking for something fun to do with Mom on Mother's Day? Adrienne Shelly's Waitress, starring Keri Russell (of TV's Felicity) as a small-town Southern waitress who believes there's a pie for curing every ill society can dish up, will have a special Mother's Day screening today at 1:30 p.m. at The Rotunda Cinematheque, 711 W. 40th St.

The film doesn't officially open in Baltimore until May 25, but those who take advantage of what Fox Searchlight Pictures is calling "Easy as Pie Mother's Day" will get not only an early look at the film, but also a gift package containing lip color, a Martha Stewart magazine and assorted other items - including, of course, a pie.

For more information, visit moviewithmom.com.

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