Archive for March, 2015


Insurance worker C.C. Baxter (Jack Lemmon) lends his Upper West Side apartment to company bosses to use for extramarital affairs. When his manager Mr. Sheldrake (Fred MacMurray) begins using Baxter’s apartment in exchange for promoting him, Baxter is disappointed to learn that Sheldrake’s mistress is Fran Kubelik (Shirley MacLaine), the elevator girl at work whom Baxter is interested in himself. Soon Baxter must decide between the girl he loves and the advancement of his career.

Clive Owen delivers an electrifying performance as a fallen warrior who rises against a corrupt and sadistic ruler to avenge his dishonored master, Morgan Freeman, in this epic, sword-clashing adventure of loyalty, honor, and vengeance.

A bigoted scout (Charlton Heston) warns the cavalry about a tribal renegade (Jack Palance), then fights him hand to hand.  Chief of Scouts Ed Bannon works for the US Army at Fort Clark, Texas and he dreams of aiding in bringing peace to the region, despite opposition from both the Army and the Apaches.

Pat Pemberton (Katharine Hepburn), a college athletics instructor, enters a number of golf matches against female professionals. She holds her own until her well-meaning but condescending fiancé, Collier Weld (William Ching), turns up at the games and distracts her. Sports manager Mike Conovan (Spencer Tracy) sees her talent and offers to train her. After realizing that Pat stops trying when Collier is around, Mike works to keep them apart — especially when he begins to develop feeling for her.

Visually exquisite biopic of Toulouse-Lautrec, the crippled painter whose work perfectly captured the spirit of bohemian Paris in the naughty 1890s. Portrayed as an embittered loner, he is tormented by his doomed relationships with prostitute Marie Charlet and sympathetic model Myriamme.

 

Famous 70s NYC nightclub seen and told through the eyes of a young employee.

 

Based on short stories from Robert Boswell’s collection, seven vignettes explore the difference between fantasy and reality, memory and history, and the joy and agony of the human condition.

 

Director Brett Haley answers questions regarding the making of the film and how he was able to secure an amazing ensemble cast.

I’ll See You in My Dreams follows Carol, a widow in her 70’s, is forced to confront her fears about love, family, and death. After her routine is rattled she decides to start dating again and falls into relationships with two very different men.

 

 

 

Producer Vince Jolivette answers questions regarding the making of the film and themes.

I Am Micheal is based on a true story regarding a gay activist and magazine founder  who is ‘saved’ from his homosexuality after turning to God.

 

 

Director Frank Hall Green answers questions regarding the making of the film and searching for the right cast for the film.

view trailer here

 

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