An Iranian father deeply in debt runs into trouble when his story of returning lost coins is rejected & he returns to prison rather than misuse his son to win the sympathy of the audience & the authorities.
Anne tries to cope with her rebellious father Anthony who is slipping into dementia. Finding a care person proves difficult.
A small-town man sets forth from Oregon to walk to NYC to fight on behalf of his gay son against LGBTQ bullying.
3 Boys planning to attend a kissing party get into trouble with some teenage girls whose drugs they accidentally steal & whom they had been spying on via a drone.
The son of a poor farmer in Malawi must struggle against his father & other odds to bring water to his drought-stricken village.
Somehow this series sneaked up on me—would have missed it but for an announcement about it in our Sunday newspaper. This is the second time this year that CBS tackles the tricky subject of religion. You might recall my enthusiasm for the few episodes of Living Biblically, which I reviewed in the February issue this …
Although I love musicals, I am well aware of the artificiality of a genre that features its characters breaking out in song at any place or time. Thus, I appreciated Entertainment Weekly calling the film, “A shiny-bright jukebox musical with a heart of gold and a plot of pure polyester, Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again…” …
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In this road trip movie a daughter constantly is going up against her wayward father who sells marijuana along the way.
Although Kayla writes an advice column on YouTube, she has no friends at school, nor YT followers, her dad being her best friend.