Category Archives: indie

“Turnover” Movie Review and Trailer

Peter (Paul Guilfoyle) owns a small French Restaturant that is doing very well except that his employees are overworked and under-appreciated. Peter recently had open heart surgery, smokes like a chimney, works too hard…..and his Doctor tells him he needs to take some time off. His overworked manager, Henry (Riker Lynch), has already found another job, so when Peter leaves

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“Leave No Trace” Movie Review and Trailer

Will (Ben Foster) and his daughter, Tom (Thomasin McKenzie), are living in a vast park in Oregon. They have plenty of food, they have shelter, they sleep well, and have plenty to do during the day. In fact, Tom is “home-schooled” by Will….everything is fine. Until, one day, a jogger sees Tom when she was reading her book on nature.

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“The Trouble with Bliss” Movie Review and Trailer

Morris Bliss (Michael C. Hall) is 35 years old, unemployed, living with his dad, and, poor him, he attracts women like honey attracts bears. Many of us would call Morris a loser, but, he is just…..a (very smart) 35 year old child with grand aspirations of travelling the world (following the books he has on his bookshelf…and that he has

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“Colossal” Movie Review and Trailer

25 years ago, Seoul, South Korea A monster appears on the streets of Seoul. killing many. Only one picture was taken of the beast before it disappeared. Now Gloria (Anna Hathaway) is an unemployed writer living in New York City….struggling with alcoholism. Her boyfriend, Tim (Dan Stevens), turns into a beast when he kicks Gloria out of his apartment: He

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“Fishbowl California” Movie Review and Trailer

Rodney (Steve Olsen) is wandering through life (at 30 years old) with no direction, and, apparently, no luck with cars, or ambition. To top it off, his girlfriend of 6 months, has been cheating on him for 5 months, and he recently failed two more job interviews. Things are looking down for Rodney. But…..he has a big heart. Life could

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“Almost Friends” Movie Review and Trailer

Charlie (Freddie Highmore) is a smart kid, great chef, and an underachiever. His mom, Samantha (Marg Helgenberger), is always asking him if he is depressed. Charlie denies it, but, he is. He dropped out of college and is living half a life after a tragic event when he was younger. He is perfectly content living with his mom and working

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