“Whatever it is, we all have issues. We’re all gonna be okay.” In Elizabeth Blue, actress Anna Schafer takes on the incredibly intense role of a young woman (Anna Schafer) struggling with tremendous mental health issues. Living with her devoted fiancé, Grant (Ryan Vincent), she is plagued by hallucinations and voices in her head to… [Read More]
Twenty years ago Judi Dench played Queen Victoria in Mrs. Brown, the story of Victoria’s close relationship with John Brown, a member of her household staff. Victoria and Abdul sees her again in the roll of Victoria as the now elderly Queen strikes up another personal relationship with a servant.
Elizabeth Blue tells the story of a young woman (Anna Schafter) struggling with tremendous mental health issues. Living with her devoted fiancé Grant (Ryan Vincent), she is plagued by hallucinations and voices in her head to the extent of emotional paralysis. Finally, with the help of her new therapist, Dr. Bowman (Adewale Akkinuoye-Agbaje), she begins… [Read More]
In Night Moves, decorated actor Gene Hackman plays a Los Angeles detective whose marriage and career are up in the air. He’s Harry Moseby – think Bosch in the 1970s – who finds that a good-paying gig might well pay the bills, but if he’s ethically opposed to the outcome, it won’t help his soul… [Read More]
Remember Goodfellas? This isn’t it. But it is another film based on the life of Henry Hill, wise guy and FBI informant. Only here, Hill is Vinnie Antonelli (Steve Martin), sent into witness protection under the supervision of Barney Coopersmith (Rick Moranis), and accidentally, prosecutor Hannah Stubbs (Joan Cusack). When the men find themselves suddenly wife-less,… [Read More]