I’m giving Arrival 5 stars. Click the image to read my entire review.
When her doc tells Brittany she must lose weight she joins a running group, eventually finding romance & the goal of running the NY Marathon.
Chinese-American Billi is opposed to her family’s decision not to tell their beloved matriarch she has cancer, so they plan a wedding for a final reunion.
The true story how in Mumbai the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel’s staff helped save many of its guests from Muslim terrorists.
Raised as a prince, Queen Kristina of Sweden runs into opposition when she refuses to marry & has an affair with a handmaiden.
The last year of the comedy team of Stan & Ollie is depicted, which consisted of a tour of Great Britain & Ireland.
Murder & mayhem check in with the guests at a once grand motel, most with dark secrets & seeking a stash of cast hidden 10 years earlier in a room.
Terrific movie set in a small town. Click the headline to read my entire review.
This fascinating documentary pays tribute to film genius Orson Welles, thanks to the three men listed as directors of the film, the late Richard Wilson (who had worked with Welles), Bill Krohn, and Myron Meisel. Welles was busy, after making his masterful Citizen Kane, editing The Magnificent Ambersons as well as starring in Journey into Fear. …
If you like old fashioned romances set in the Internet Age, you should love director Jon M. Chu’s adaptation of Kevin Kwan’s novel of the same name. Many of the Asians in this film are rich, filthy rich, and, to those of us who would agree with the Galilean prophet that “it is more difficult …