Made in dazzling style, this film exposes the toxic relationship between singer Elvis Presley and the influence of Black music upon him and his friendship with B.B. King.
The true story of how a profane boxer joined the Catholic Church because of a girl & after a crash was called to be a priest, persisting even when struck by a disease.
The biopic covers the ups & downs of the life of Aretha Franklin from age 10 through her recording of her most popular album “Amazing Grace.”
Luke’s version of the life of Christ is dramatized with actors speaking in Aramaic while a noted celebrity reads the text in the NIV–no additions to the text.
How Rita Moreno overcame sexual abuse & stereotyped casting & became a role model for other Latina women in Stage & Screen,
The true story of a father and his young son coping with homelessness & a demanding job internship in San Francisco where a church provides shelter–sometimes.
Natalie Portman is terrific as Jackie Kennedy. 5 stars. Click the image to read my entire review.
When thugs smash West Coast jazzman Chet Baker’s mouth & teeth, he makes a comeback with the help of his wife, though he still is addicted to heroin.
True story of an Af-Am doctor & wife who were light-skinned enough to “pass as whites” in a small New England town back in the the 1st half of 20th century.
This lush story of Francis of Assisi covers the first half of his life, from that of a wealthy playboy to that of the friend of the poor who embraced poverty and sought the approval for his order from the pope.