Like the Water follows Charlie, a young journalist, as she returns to her hometown of Camden, Maine to write the eulogy for her best friend, Katherine. Charlie's assignment unearths deep ... See full summary »
The Santa Ana Winds dramatically alter life in Southern California, blowing in hot, dry wind from the desert to the east and ratcheting up temperatures, enhancing fires, and instilling a ... See full summary »
Maggie Mae Reid
When a mysterious terrorist attack causes chaos in the cities, a group of friends take refuge in their countryside cabin. But the challenges of living in a post-apocalyptic world soon take their toll on relationships within the group.
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The story revolves around three soldiers - Colee, TK and Cheever - who return from the war after suffering injuries and learn that life has moved on without them. They end up on an ... See full summary »
This is the thinking person's sports film. Essentially it's a story of old friends and a few new people who get together to play a tradition of an annual touch football game. But below the surface, it's much more than that. "Turkey Bowl" busts the many clichés of films that revolve around a game or team, and uses the device to tell a deeper stories about fractured friendships, mending relationships and the beginnings of bonding. The action on the football field keeps the story moving forward, but the authentic interplay between characters - including improvised dialog - make this a much more satisfying and true parable on several different levels. Highly recommended.
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