For Mother’s Day, I am recommending a series of great movies in which Susan Sarandon portrays a wide range of mothers. Click the headline to read the entire column.
Susan Sarandon is delightful. Click the image to read my entire review.
This new version of the classic novel is terrific! Click the title to read my entire review.
A terrific story. Click the name of the film to read my entire review.
A mother whose son is a hostage in the ME, looks beyond the government for help in getting him released by paying ransom.
This adaptation of the classic novel is set in the 21st century, the focus mainly on Jo’s struggle to become a writer & her slow realization of that her mentor loves her.
On Christmas Eve a mysterious stranger brings comfort to Rose sitting with her ill mother in a hospital, while elsewhere 4 other lonely people try to cope.
A grandma, mother, & granddaughter interact as the 3rd, a transgender, seeks to gain permission from them & an absent father to enter a sex change program.
A divorced mother, wanting her 14-year-old son to be a good man, asks for help from the young woman boarding in her house & a girl 2 years older than he who is in a Platonic relationship with him.
An illiterate but very bright Ugandan girl is blessed with a protective mother & a minister who teaches her how to play chess, enabling her to escape poverty.