Amy is an anxiety-riddled, analytical Gen-Xer living in Boston. Always the dilettante, when she's not taking a class or studying something new, she can be found in the movie theatre-- favoring indies, romantic comedy, documentaries-- or at a concert or with her nose in a book. Her thoughts on everything she finds entertaining can be read at Entertainment Realm
A genuinely winning film about two siblings and an ailing parent that's both funny and warm.
An inspirational, visually stimulating film about an extraordinary man.
August Rush is sweet and hopeful in its overtones, and you just might fall for its charms. Even if only for the night.
What is the cute and expressive-eyed Heather Graham doing in a shell of a film like Broken?
Readers will root for Sammy as she navigates her love life through cutthroat Washington, where the most innocuous event can be blown out of proportion.
Artistic film about groundbreaking band hits all the right notes emotionally and visually.
Anderson dissects the effects of Diana’s death on her two sons, the Royal family, as well as her life.
Punk's Not Dead deftly asks and answers many questions about punk and its influence on our culture. It also leaves plenty to discuss and brood over.