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 main attraction of director/writer Noble Jones’ film is the pairing of Blythe Danner and John Lithgow in what at first seems an off-beat romance between two senior citizens. Each of their characters live alone and harbor a secret, and the movie’s plot packs two surprises. Although this does not measure up to I’ll See …
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′.
During her senior year at a CA Catholic HS Ladybird learns many lesson about truthfulness & love, as she plots against mother’s wishes to go east to college
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A getaway driver nicknamed Baby, always plugged to his iPod, seeks to break away from the gang when he meets a lovely waitress who loves his music.
An excellent film set in World War I Britain. Click the image to read my entire review.
In this ironically titled musical an aspiring actress & a would-be jazz pianist meet in Hollywood, fall in love, but find that success brings unexpected results–for themselves & for the audience.
In this fiction/fact film a starlet and a driver employed by Howard Hughes fall for each other despite the embattled employer’s strict rule against it.
A failed US businessman has one last chance at success if he can sell a hologram conference system to the King of Saudi Arabia who keeps him waiting & waiting.