This week’s Vita & Virginia focuses on the friendship between two legendary authors. Gemma Arterton plays Vita Sackville-West while Elizabeth … Continue reading Vita & Virginia – Marketing Recap
Martin Freeman is, of course, no stranger to comedies, having starred in several over the years. Morena Baccarin has been … Continue reading Ode To Joy – Marketing Recap
Writer/director Lynn Shelton is back with this week’s Sword of Trust. The movie stars Jillian Bell as Cynthia and Michaela … Continue reading Sword of Trust – Marketing Recap
For as much of a masterpiece as Hamlet is, the female characters in the play are more than a little … Continue reading Ophelia – Marketing Recap
Jamie Lee Curtis, currently riding high in the wake of the recent Halloween sequel, stars this week in An Acceptable … Continue reading An Acceptable Loss – Marketing Recap
Paul Dano makes his directorial debut with Wildlife, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan. The two play Jerry and Jeanette … Continue reading Wildlife – Marketing Recap
Paul Rudd looks to continue making his appeal to be seen as a more versatile actor in this week’s new … Continue reading The Catcher Was a Spy – Marketing Recap
Parents Alex (Claire Danes) and Greg (Jim Parsons) are just trying to do right by their son Jake (Leo James … Continue reading A Kid Like Jake – Marketing Recap
The second of two Elle Fanning movies coming out this week has her starring as Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin in Mary … Continue reading Mary Shelley – Marketing Recap
Two grown sons are dealing with the fact that not only has their father died but their mother is becoming her own person in the new movie Love After Love. Suzanne (Andie MacDowell) was married for decades but now that her husband has passed she’s looking to move on, including finding some new form of companionship. That causes tension between her and both Nicholas (Chris O’Dowd) and younger son Chris (James Adomian).
In both cases the tension has more to do with their own lives than that of their mother. Nicholas is dealing with the imminent failure of his own relationship while Chris has deeper issues that are worrying everyone in the family. Regardless, they both find the fact that their mother is now on her own troubling in some regard, providing the story’s drama.