Marvin Samel turned to writing after his mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and brings his family’s story to the screen in iMordecai. Any disease that impacts memory is bound to painful. Not just for the person diagnosed with them but for their family. It shouldn’t take such a diagnosis to propel someone to write down their family memories but it is what happened in this instance. In any event, it’s now a dramedy for all…"iMordecai Is A Love Letter To Family"
Thomas Nicholas shows the potential to be an action star in his new starring role as a rideshare driver in the new thriller, Adverse. Ethan (Thomas Nicholas) has it out for revenge upon learning his sister, Mia (Kelly Arjen) owes a lot of money to a drug dealer. Adverse may be more of a low-key thriller but the action here is intense. When he’s not out for revenge, Ethan meets with social worker Dr. Cruz…"Adverse: Thomas Nicholas Has Action Star Potential"
The Goonies, the classic 1985 adventure film originating in the mind of Steven Spielberg, is now available on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray. Steven Spielberg had a hell of a year in 1985. He directed The Color Purple. The fimmaker also produced a pair of films that would become household classics: The Goonies and Back to the Future. Spielberg also produced the Barry Levinson-directed Young Sherlock Holmes. The first film to make its arrival on 4K…"The Goonies Arrives On 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray"
Julianne Moore brings quite the charm to Gloria Bell and this does not even take into account that the film is a remake of the award-winning original. An office worker by day, the divorced Gloria (Julianne Moore) rocks out at Los Angeles clubs during the night. One such night, Gloria ends up meeting Arnold (John Turturro). The two of them manage to bond over the fact that they’re both divorced. Arnold for a year while Gloria…"Gloria Bell: More Roles Like This For Women"
Love knows no species in Unleashed, a movie so crazy absurd that one can’t help but just sit back and enjoy it–not knowing what is going to happen next. Written and directed by Finn Taylor, the sci-fi romantic comedy stars Kate Micucci, Steve Howey, Justin Chatwin, Hana Mae Lee, Josh Brener, with Illeana Douglas and Sean Astin. The film starts out as Emma (Micucci) shows her boyfriend, Luke (Brener), an app she’s been working on. …"Unleashed: Love knows No Species"