After wooing Dora & siring a son with her, Guido goes all out to protect the little boy from reality when all are sent to a Nazi camp.
When a disgruntled TV reporter gets angry with God because of his troubles, chaos results when God gives him charge of things for a period.
When one member of a down on their luck improv group is picked to join the cast of New York’s popular Week End TV show, the other 5 have mixed feelings.
Think of this Swedish comedy as Zelig meets Being There meets Forest Gump. Click the movie still to read my entire review.
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.
May returns from NYC to Amman to prepare for her marriage to an American Muslim professor, but her Christian mother is against it. Then she too has doubts.
Don’t miss the whimsical new movie by Wes Anderson that takes us back to the colorful and dangerous era between the World Wars. Click the headline here to read the entire review.
A woman is invited by the President of France to cook simple meals for him, but encounters opposition from the jealous head chef of the Main Kitchen (an all-male staff) at the Presidential Palace in Paris.
Inventor Flint Lockwood and his friends go back to his island to combat the menace he thought he had destroyed in the first film, his Diatomic Super Mutating Dynamic Food Replicator before it can wreak havoc again on the world.
A young man addicted to porn discovers that even when he meets what he thinks is his ideal woman, he cannot break the habbit. Painful experience and the love of an older woman brings a measure of maturity, but is that enough?