A small college philosophy professor, despairing that life has no purpose even though a female prof & an adoring student bed with him, finds meaning in murdering an allegedly evil man, thus improving the world.
A man gets away with a crime, killing his mistress, & a filmmaker loses the girl & his belief in a moral universe in a tale questioning morality & a just God.
Mortdecai is an unflappable Lord, but a shady art dealer, whose wife & manservant have far more brains. He & Mi5 are searching for a stolen Goya painting that a terrorist also wants because it contains info about gold hidden by the Nazis.
Olympic Wrestling God medal winners Mark & Dave Schultz join Team Foxcatcher, bankrolled by wealthy but eccentric John du Pont, the story ending in tragedy.
A nun risks upsetting her colleagues, her family, & parents of two dead lovers by becoming the spiritual counselor to the vain man who raped & killed them.
in City is a place where greed, vengeance, and murder are the order of the day. The interwoven tales involve characters from Frank Miller’s graphic novels.
A selfish radio jock sets into motion a mass killing & meets the crazed husband of a victim who now thinks he is a knight on a quest for the Holy Grail. Seeking atonement, the ex-jock sets out to help the “knight.”
A woman married to an older diner owner falls for a drifter, and the two plot to do away with him, but a local DA becomes suspicious of their relationship.
There is a sadness about this movie, made just before Philip Seymour Hoffman’s tragic death, but it’s well worth watching. Click the movie’s title to read my entire review.
A Federal Air Marshall faces disaster when in flight a texter demands a huge sum of money or he will kill a passenger every 20 minutes. Whom can he trust?