A just out of jail father, who dreams of becoming a writer, reconnects with his son but has to live in his car when he refuses his uncle’s demand to help in his drug business.
The comical aspects of Dickens’ autobiographical novel is enhanced in this 14th adaptation of the story of a writer, from birth through troubles to true love & success.
This movie is even better than I expected! Click the title to read my entire review.
Lee Israel, unable to pay bills by legitimate writing, turns to forging & selling letters of famous writers.
The unconventional love story of Mary Godwin & Percy Shelley & how she came to write Frankenstein and gain recognition as the author.
After success of his 1st novel, a man is a failure 15 years later as writer, husband & father, now tries to reunite with his ex-wife & son during a storm.
“Genius,” the story of Max Perkins and Thomas Wolfe is brilliant. Click the image to read my entire review.
When Ernest Hemmingway receives a fan letter from a Miami reporter, he invites the man to come to Cuba for fishing, this leading to a growing friendship through the years.
Paul Haggiss’ new film consists of 3 very different love stories that take place in Paris, Rome, & New York, all dealing with the theme of trust.
Through interviews with writers and those who knew Salinger, this film explores the life of America’s most reclusive writer. His novel Catcher in the Rye made him both famous and publicity shy.