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?
Set in the early 1940s, this is the story of how Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, and William S Burroughs met at Columbia Un. and began what was to become The Beat Generation. It is also the tale of a murder that implicated them all.
Ralph Fiennes is perfect for the role of Justin Quayle, a mild-mannered British diplomat who is so different from his young wife Tessa (Rachel Weisz shines in her best role yet!) that we wonder how they ever came to marry each other. She is the kind of person almost guaranteed to disrupt an ever-so-polite embassy …