A wonderful documentary about songwriter Leonard Cohen’s \relationship with his muse Marianne Ihlen. Click the movie title to read my review.
Jack Malik is the only one who remembers the Beatles, so by singing their songs he becomes famous, though in danger of losing his soul due to his deception.
The divorced Gloria meets Arnold who also loved dancing, but is he still too much under the spell of his grown children and ex-wife?
Will & Stella refuse are being treated in a hospital for CF, but fall in love & decide to rebel a bit by moving to 5′ rather than the mandatory 6′.
Raised as a prince, Queen Kristina of Sweden runs into opposition when she refuses to marry & has an affair with a handmaiden.
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 …
A family tries to survive on a farm by not making a sound that might attract blind monsters with acute hearing.
Click on the image to read my review of this inspiring documentary about Jean Vanier and his L’Arche community.
When Deborah Hall forgives her husband for cheating on her, he joins her at a soup kitchen where they befriend an angry homeless black man who changes their lives.
It’s a stand-up-and-cheer movie. Click the image to read my entire review.