Penelope, starring Natalie Wood in the title role, is a hysterical caper comedy that asks the question of whether committing a crime can save a marriage. Imagine robbing your husband’s bank because you’re not getting enough attention from him. This is exactly what happens for Penelope Elcott (Natalie Wood) when her banker husband, James Elcott (Ian Bannen), is more focused on his work than his wife at home. One day, Penelope disguises herself as an…"Penelope: A Hysterical Caper Comedy"
The Diary of Anne Frank is a film about the horrors of the Holocaust and keeps our attention from start to finish over 60 years after its release. I’m not going to kid around. This film is three hours long but its worth every minute of it. We get a glimpse of Jewish life for those who hid from the Nazis in hopes of surviving WW2. Some families made it while others did not. Families…"The Diary of Anne Frank On Her 91st Birthday"