If you like old fashioned romances set in the Internet Age, you should love director Jon M. Chu’s adaptation of Kevin Kwan’s novel of the same name. Many of the Asians in this film are rich, filthy rich, and, to those of us who would agree with the Galilean prophet that “it is more difficult …
A family tries to survive on a farm by not making a sound that might attract blind monsters with acute hearing.
Click on the image to read my review of this inspiring documentary about Jean Vanier and his L’Arche community.
When Deborah Hall forgives her husband for cheating on her, he joins her at a soup kitchen where they befriend an angry homeless black man who changes their lives.
It’s a stand-up-and-cheer movie. Click the image to read my entire review.
A Pakistani-American son keeps resists his Muslim parents’ bride candidate, he meets & falls in love with an American woman during one of his comedy gigs. They break up over his not telling his parents about her, & then she falls ill and is hospitalized.
A getaway driver nicknamed Baby, always plugged to his iPod, seeks to break away from the gang when he meets a lovely waitress who loves his music.
A group of Danes, including a kind & skillful pastor, come together in an Italian language course where romance blossoms among them & they take a dream trip.
The young heir to the throne in Bechuanaland upsets Britain’s government when he marries a white woman & refuses the government’s demand to annul the marriage.
James Baldwin’s voice is as prophetic today as ever. Click the image to read my entire review.