This 2012 romantic dramedy adapted from Matthew Quick’s novel ‘The Silver Linings Playbook’ features a touching tale of loving and letting go.
Quite impressively, director Quentin Tarantino allows the entire the film to fly by even with its three-hour length. He is able to translate both the technical and thematic values of his vision into an unabashedly post-modern tale of love and revenge.
Set in mid-20th century Los Angeles, this gangster drama chronicles the police department’s secret mission to take down real-life mobster Mickey Cohen.
This 2012 action movie revolves around the story of a vengeful man trained to become a killing machine.
This average, by-the-numbers fare follows the antics of a pair of old-school grandparents tasked to take care of their precocious, overprotected, and bratty grandchildren, while the parents are in an important out-of-town trip.
This motion picture combines drama and comedy in attempting to demystify the man behind the legendary horror and suspense opuses.
This package brings together some of the world’s most famous childhood heroes and mythical creatures in an inventive story about the power of belief, faith, and the values of the universe.
This 2006 religious tale by Catherine Hardwicke dramatizes the period when Mary and Joseph face an arduous but incredible journey to Bethlehem for the birth of Jesus Christ.
Based on the novel of the same title by Hawaiian author Kaui Hart Hemmings, this 2011 film explores the ups and downs in the lives of an American family.
This 2011 sequel to the blockbuster comedy ‘The Hangover’ moves from Las Vegas to Bangkok as the Wolfpack gets into another pre-wedding, post-blackout misadventure.