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For personal reasons, The Manor may have been one of those "too soon" movie choices for me to watch on a cold, dark October night. The story of a family dropping their elderly mother off at a nursing …
With a name like Bingo Hell, you may not expect a clever allegory of gentrification and the fading luster of the American Dream. But this campy horror-comedy delivers its message of community sticking…
SYNOPSIS: With Some Kind of Heaven, first-time feature director Lance Oppenheim cracks the manicured facade of The Villages, America’s largest retirement community – a massive, self-contained utopia l…
Society has a way of dismissing older people, as if by virtue of aging you're become some sort of tool with no opinions and and endless capacity to be shoved around. Financial limitations and health w…
Where the first Marigold Hotel was about discovery and wonder and evolution and the value of challenging oneself, its successor centers more on courage – namely, the courage to seize opportunity (be i…
There aren't a lot of sweet movies these days, and by "sweet" I don't mean sentimental or family friendly. I mean nice movies about regular folks. Elsa and Fred is a pleasant exception to this phenome…
In every life there comes a point when things stop working. Maybe it's the way you live or how you've always supported yourself. Maybe it's more fundamental, and your body or mind start to give in. In…
Funny, poignant, joyful and filled with beauty, this comedy-drama from director John Madden (Shakespeare in Love) and writer Ol Parker (Imagine Me and You, which I also loved beyond measure) is all ab…