A young female film maker enters into a romance that sours when the man turns out to be a heroin addict.
A neglectful father loves flowers more than family, but after smuggling drugs returns to aid his ex-wife in time of need.
Although I love musicals, I am well aware of the artificiality of a genre that features its characters breaking out in song at any place or time. Thus, I appreciated Entertainment Weekly calling the film, “A shiny-bright jukebox musical with a heart of gold and a plot of pure polyester, Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again…” …
In this road trip movie a daughter constantly is going up against her wayward father who sells marijuana along the way.
Although Kayla writes an advice column on YouTube, she has no friends at school, nor YT followers, her dad being her best friend.
A war-damaged father trying to raise his daughter in a forest runs up against society’s rules. 5 stars! Click the image to read my review.
Linda Bishop, homeless due to her schizophrenia, is dismissed from a mental facility when she refuses to cooperate & starves to death in an old farmhouse.
Susan Sarandon is delightful. Click the image to read my entire review.
More Greek than the Greeks, Gus & Maria argue how to fix a priest’s failure to sign their marriage license years ago, & their granddaughter worries her parents Ian & Toula that she might attend a far away college.
Carol wants to live with store clerk Therese, but it is the 1950s, & both her husband, who threatens to take away their daughter, & society oppose it.