Philomena is the true story of a woman’s search for her son which comes to a head when a journalist, who is on the skids professionally, decides to help her find her son.
Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson team up to give us the back story on how Walt Disney finally managed to bring the story of Mary Poppins to millions of adoring fans in Saving Mr. Banks.
The Wolf of Wall Street is a Martin Scorcese film that is based on the life of Jordan Belfort, a Wall Street stockbroker who was known for excess in all forms, and the movie focuses on the excess to the detriment of the story.
The true story of Captain Phillips and the US-flagged MV Maersk Alabama, the first U.S. cargo ship attacked by pirates in over 200 years.
The Academy Award contenders have started early with Forrest Whitaker’s performance in The Butler. Taking a unique view of the Civil Rights Movement through the lives of two men…
This docudrama of Steve Jobs life, paints an interesting picture of this well known visionary….
One of the must see adventures of film this year, Life of Pi delivers a journey of the spirit and the imagination set in a landscape of unsurpassed beauty.
Nowhere Boy is an independent film about John Lennon’s teen years, and an intimate look at Lennon’s struggles with his mother and his aunt.
Faced with an impossible budget within the competitive world of Major League Baseball, Oakland A’s general manger, Billy Beane, decided to try something everyone said was impossible, assemble a team on a budget based on a statistical analysis of the player’s abilities.
For one of the best films of the summer, go to see The Help. In addition to some amazing performances, a great script, and many hysterical moments; The Help will teach you about a difficult period of US History that you probably didn’t even know about, unless you lived through it.
Although most of us know about King Edward VIII abdicating to be with the notorious Mrs. Simpson, I think few of us knew the story of his brother, King George VI. We get a much needed look at history and these two brothers in the film, The King’s Speech, directed by Tom Hooper.
127 Hours tells the true story of Aron Ralston, a hiker who ends up trapped in the canyon country near Moab, Utah when a boulder slips while he is climbing pinning his arm.
This is absolutely a wonderful must see film for the family. You’ll laugh, cry, and cheer for Big Red and his “family” that believed in him all the way. Secretariat… a family winner by 31 lengths!