A father & son deal with their grief over the loss of their wife/mother, the son fleeing NYC to LA for a while, & the father seeking to sell their house against the son’s wishes.
The movie about Emily Dickinson is terrific. Click on the image to read my entire review.
This film about the aftermath of WWII gets 5 out of 5 stars. Click on the image to read my complete review.
When the head of an ad agency does not get over his grief for his dead child, his 3 partners hatch a complicated plot so that he will be declared mentally incompetent & they can save the agency from ruin.
A troubled man who has fled his hometown returns when his brother dies, & must cope with the shock that he is left with the guardianship of his nephew as well as with guilt & bad memories of a past tragedy.
Two married female friends in London stand by each other when one undergoes chemo for cancer & the other wrestles with infertility and at last pregnancy.
Fans of the best-selling illustrated novel about a little boy with amazing talents will enjoy this film version of the tale. Click the photo to read my entire review.
A randy old baker in Normandy tells the tragic story of a new neighbor’s lovely but adulterous wife as viewed through the lens of Flaubert’s MADAME BOVARY.
By a process called shedding the dying Damien has his mind switched into a younger body, but finds himself at war with the lab’s owner when he learns more about the history of his new body.
These three students, who respond to the challenges of high school in very creative ways, are played by three terrific actors! Click the image to read my entire review.