Disney-Pixar have created a delightful road-trip film about toy friendship & other-concern that are thrilling, funny and offer life lessons for all.
When a teenager with a slight mental problem is forced into the streets of NYC he is befriended by a black man who knows the ropes.
I discovered the wonders of bookshops while still a middle schooler in Indianapolis, so I was absorbed from the very beginning by Spanish director Isabel Coixet’s film. Adapted by the director from a novel by Penelope Fitzgerald, the story is set in 1959 in the fictional town of Hardborough on the coast of Suffolk. The …
I give this film 5 out of 5 stars. Click the image to read my entire review.
A lowly Indian clerk, chosen to present a special coin to Queen Victoria, catches her eye & becomes her confidant & teacher, despite the jealousy of her court.
It’s a stand-up-and-cheer movie. Click the image to read my entire review.
A divorced mother, wanting her 14-year-old son to be a good man, asks for help from the young woman boarding in her house & a girl 2 years older than he who is in a Platonic relationship with him.
Jake & Tony’s friendship is tested by a dispute over the appropriate rent for Tony’s mother’s dress shop in the building owned by Jake’s parents.
Orphaned Sophie is abducted to Giant Land, becoming friends with The BFG, Big Friendly Giant, & they go to the Queen to stop he child-eating evil giants.
“Genius,” the story of Max Perkins and Thomas Wolfe is brilliant. Click the image to read my entire review.