Writer/director Cristobal Krusen’s previous two films—Final Solution and Sabina K.–focus upon other people facing crises of values and faith, but his newest film—Let Me Have My Son—is a fictionalized story of his own spiritual journey that centers on his son’s descent into mental illness. He takes us on a surrealistic journey of a father visiting …
When they botch a spell to bring back their father for one day, 2 brothers have to set out on a quest to find th means of complting the spell–by sundown.
Ready Player One (2018)
A teenager and companions in the near future enters virtual reality to win a huge prize.
A Wrinkle in Time (2018)
Aided by 3 astral beings, 3 children go on a quest to find a missing father who has discovered a means of traveling cosmic distances.
Loving Vincent (2017)
Vincent van Gogh’s last days are told as the son of one of his subjects tries to deliver a letter written by the artist to his brother, who also has died.
A truly marvelous film you should not miss this season! Click the image to read my entire review.
Kubo and the Two Strings (2016)
In ancient Japan a boy plays music as he brings origami papers to life. He must set out on a quest for his deceased father’s sword & armor for protection against his evil aunts & grandfather.
The Fourth Wiseman (1985)
The 4th wise man who, arriving too late to give his gifts to the Christ Child, keeps on searching for the rest of his life, using his gifts to help others.
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters
Percy Jackson is accompanied by a stalwart band of demi-gods in this modern take off on the myth of The Search for the Golden Fleece. Their quest takes them to Washington D.C. and then to The Sea of Monsters A.K.A. The Bermuda Triangle.