Follows the life of two rival firms on opposite sides of the River Thames and is focused on real life. . Barrington and Jacobs men have been brutally executed by their main rivals the Smiths. They plan to take over London. Who will win?
Award-winning journalist and former co-host of The View Lisa Ling visits American subculture, looking at extraordinary and sometimes dangerous communities across America. In this hour-long ... See full summary »
A group of people with the same birthday, including Rebecca and Jack, a married couple expecting triplets in Pittsburgh, Kevin, a handsome television actor growing bored of his fly bachelor lifestyle, Kate, his funny and sweet heavyset twin, and Randall, a successful lawyer in search of his biological father.
Sterling K. Brown
Betrayed by his fiancée and utterly alone, a young photographer struggles to reconnect with his mother, who can't remember who he is. Unexpectedly, he finds hope when he reunites with an old friend whose life has also gone far from planned. Written by
Red Eight Pictures
This is a nicely woven short tale which highlights the intersection of typical and atypical events in various peoples lives which come across as matter of fact, but which are deeply troubling. It's the type of story that makes you say to yourself, "I don't have it that bad, but I could." I enjoy movies best when there is a compelling story, believable acting, and complimentary score/soundtrack. In this film, all are assembled perfectly, indicating solid directing. I particularly enjoyed the performances of the mother and ex-girlfriend of the central character.
There are quite a few melancholy moments in this picture, and the melancholy soundtrack really accentuates the feeling.
Smooth scene transitions and camera work give the film a very professional "higher budget" look.
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