When a monster in a pop-up book threatens her little son a mother tries to destroy the book.
A young female film maker enters into a romance that sours when the man turns out to be a heroin addict.
Care giver Diane struggles with her drug-addicted son and the death of a loved one while volunteering at a soup kitchen.
A terrific story. Click the name of the film to read my entire review.
Ben is a drug addict, so his early return from his rehab center on Christmas Eve throws his family into turmoil.
A wonderful, thought-provoking film. Click the title to read my entire review.
A mother whose son is a hostage in the ME, looks beyond the government for help in getting him released by paying ransom.
This adaptation of the classic novel is set in the 21st century, the focus mainly on Jo’s struggle to become a writer & her slow realization of that her mentor loves her.
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…” …
Filled with despair concerning her marriage, a mother t ravels from London to Paris, has a one night affair & returns to her husband & children.