Father Michael McKinnon goes from the UK to Boston circa 1935. For unknown reasons, he avoids at all costs the most prominent parishioners, Arthur and Eleanor Barret. Meanwhile Eleanor and ... See full summary »
Lesli Linka Glatter
The spoiled rotten and utterly unlikable rich kid George Amberson becomes horrified when his recently widowed mother rekindles her relationship with the wealthy Eugene Morgan, who she left ... See full summary »
Jonathan Rhys Meyers
New York is the dream city of Tavo and Marina, where the lovers hope to start a better life; at home in Bogota they have to work as pocket pickers at the airport to support their families. ... See full summary »
Detective Kyle Bodine falls for Rachel Munro who is trapped in a violent marriage. After shooting her husband, Kyle reluctantly agrees to help hide the body, but Kyle's partner is showing an unusual flair for finding clues.
Emma is a blind violinist who finally gets the opportunity to see. Meanwhile, a string of bizarre rapes and murders has taken place. All of the victims have had transplants within the last month. A coincidence, or is Emma next?
My wife and I caught the movie when it was repeated the other day. I never heard of the movie or Milly. We were flipping channels and since I like Madeline Stowe decided to watch. Fascinating movie with extraordinary performances by Bruce Greenwood and Madeline Stowe. Sometimes touching and sometimes hard to watch as Milly begins to show signs of Parkinson's this movie is a winner. Madeline Stowe deserves an Emmy for her performance. After the movie Michael J. Fox makes a plea for Parkinson's research. This movie will definitely open a lot of eyes on how important it is to find a cure. Definitely worth seeing again and again.
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