In a Philadelphia convent, two nuns battle it out to be elected to the position of head abbess Read More »
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Homage to Ingmar Bergman in this family drama involving a fashionable Long Island interior designer who tries to impose her overbearing Read More »
After losing 9 years 9 months and thirteen days to prison, cowboy J. W. Coop is released to return to life as a professional rodeo cowboy in the 60’s. Read More »
Drifter Chance Wayne returns to his hometown after many years of trying to make it in the movies. Read More »
Sisters Carrie and Anna Berniers have been supporting their ne’er-do-well brother Julian through various failed businesses; now, he returns home with a sudden fortune and his young bride. Read More »
Like a sailor with a girl in every port, Harry Mork has his own list of people, pulchritude and places. But that’s changing for this roving salesman with a roving eye. Read More »
You’re a Big Boy Now (1966) Francis Ford Coppola, Elizabeth Hartman, Geraldine Page, Rip Torn, Comedy, Drama, Romance
Bernard Chanticleer’s father gives him two simple words of advice: “Grow up.” Bernard knows that his first step is to find a girl who’s “willing,” but he passes up a sure thing Read More »
What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice? (1969) Lee H. Katzin, Bernard Girard, Geraldine Page, Ruth Gordon, Rosemary Forsyth, Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
As Aunt Alice, Ruth Gordon applies for the job of housekeeper in the Tucson, Arizona home of widow Claire Marrable in order to find out what happened Read More »
The Beguiled (1971) Don Siegel, Clint Eastwood, Geraldine Page, Elizabeth Hartman, Drama, Romance, War
During the civil war, injured Yankee soldier, John McBurney is rescued on the verge of death by a teenage girl from a southern boarding school. She manages to get him back to the school, and at first the all-female staff and pupils are scared. As he starts to recover, one by one he charms them and the atmosphere becomes filled with jealousy and deceit.
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Carrie Watts is living the twilight of her life trapped in an apartment in 1940’s Houston, Texas with a controlling daughter-in-law and a hen-pecked son. Her fondest wish — just once before she dies — is to revisit Bountiful, the small Texas town of her youth which she still refers to as “home.” The trouble is her son, Ludie, is too concerned for her health to allow her to travel alone and her petty daughter-in-law, Jessie Mae, insists they don’t have money to squander on bus tickets. This prompts “escape” attempts each month which coincide with the arrival of Mrs. Watts’ Social Security check. Then, Mrs. Watts makes a successful escape and last trip home.
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