A washed-up novelist turned private detective, Ryota, mourns his father, battles a gambling addiction and tries to get closer to his semi-estranged young son in Hirokazu Kore-eda’s After the Storm.
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Who run the world? Girls. Beyoncé not only sings the song, but she is the girl who truly runs the world. Beyoncé is iconic. She is Queen Bey.
From the mind of Venezuelan director Carla Forte, Ann is a trippy and beautifully intimate experimental film starring only two characters.
From its mysteriously somber opening line, the tone of the film is firmly set. Theo Anthony crafts an utterly engrossing film about, well… rats. But to say Rat Film is just about rats would only be scratching the surface.
If everyone around you was suffering, but you had the power to save them would you do it? What if saving them meant risking your life in return?
Jackson, Mississippi is home to the very last abortion clinic in the state. Surrounded by 38 crisis pregnancy centers, the last remaining clinic is hanging on by a thread.
Have you had a positive influence on those around you? What can you do to mend the relationships you’ve broken? Who will you affect if you’re gone?
It’s a quiet revolution for the younger residents of the often-crime-riddled Rio de Janeiro, and “Bad’ & The Birdieman” brings this small movement to light in a big way.
Adapting Beauty and the Beast to live action was a major task. They had to make realistic effects, life-like sets, and add a fresh take to the classic story.
Before I Fall is a slow burn. It lacks the drama and intrigue that Pretty Little Liars had, but it seems to be pandering to the same crowd.