It’s been hundreds of years since King Arthur’s reign. His descendant, Arthur, a future Lord and general gadabout, has been betrothed to Gwendoline, the quick-witted, short-tempered princess of England, since birth. The only thing they can agree on is that they despise each other. They’re forced to spend the summer together at Camelot in the […]
“The Persian Version” trailer had me excited, particularly for the strong comedic overtones and a story written from an Iranian-American point of view. I enjoyed the screening, particularly the strong mother daughter story and the struggles both mother and daughter face both in their lives and between each other. I did find that the film
Two young men bringing up a small child in the middle of nowhere. Everything could be fine, but strangers start to meddle. For near a century the reclusive Bliss clan farmed the same land. Now it’s 1963 and everyone’s gone except teenage Cam, his older cousin Wes, and little Dorie. They buried Gran over a
Back when “Kubo and the Two Strings” was released, I had the chance to review it. While it is no longer streaming, it is available on Amazon and the DVD can be bought. With that being the case, I wanted to revisit this beautiful, animated film and tell you what I thought about it at
The Argyros siblings have lost everything. With their father dead and their family home captured, they’re no longer the rulers of their fractured kingdom—and no longer bound to each other. In the frozen north, Rhea struggles to wield her newly inherited command over death and to find her place in an increasingly distrustful rebel group.
When Mackenzie wakes up with a severed crow’s head in her hands, she panics. Only moments earlier she had been fending off masses of birds in a snow-covered forest. In bed, when she blinks, the head disappears. Night after night, Mackenzie’s dreams return her to a memory from before her sister Sabrina’s untimely death: a