A girl who loves loud colors for her clothes, after caring for a paraplegic for several weeks, learns he will submit to euthanasia even though he loves her, and despite her pleas.
Widowed Lady Susan visits her in-laws in pursuit of a rich husband, & finds her plans complicated when her daughter runs away from school & becomes a rival.
The little known story of The Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan is told, from his study with Cambridge’s Prof. Hardy during WW 1 to his early death back in India in 1920.
When a letter arrives about a husband’s lover of 50 years ago, the life of a couple planning their 45th wedding anniversary party is disrupted by doubts & worries.
I’m urging you to see this film based on peace activist Vera Brittain’s WWI memoir. Click on the photo to read my entire review.
I highly recommend this delightful retelling of the Sherlock Holmes story. Click on the photo to read my entire review.
Before meeting Gru the 3 heroic minions in 1968 serve the super villainess Overkill who is intent on gaining the crown & the throne of Queen Elizabeth.
When King Henry VIII broke with the Pope because he wanted to divorce his wife only his Chancellor Sir Thomas More dared defy him, thus losing his life.
Don’t miss this remarkable movie set in late 18th-century England. Click the movie title to read my entire review.
The biography of John Wesley, founder of Methodism, is told in this excellent film that shows how a cold formal faith is replaced by a warm, experiential one.