The Most Influential Movies of the 1980s
When we look back over the decades, there are few eras that carry such strong cultural connotations as the 1980s. Even for those who weren't alive during the period, any mention of the 80s instantly conjures up images of feathered hair, leg warmers, electro-pop,
The Survivor Synopsis: After World War II, Harry Haft (Ben Foster) is a boxer who fought against his peers in concentration camps. Haunted by memories, he tries to use fighting legends as a way to find his love.
The generational pain lingering in the aftermath of the Holocaust remains a vital
In 2017, Tareq’s (Ayham Abou Ammar) family were forced to emigrate from Syria to Canada after his father, Issam’s (Hatem Ali) chocolate factory was destroyed. Moving to a new country is certainly daunting, especially when moving to such a different country as Canada is and especially when Tareq thinks that
Gene (Christopher Trindade) is a production assistant and aspiring filmmaker who works for Joel D. Pomponetto, otherwise known as Pompo (Brianna Gentilella) for short. Pompo is also unusual for a movie producer because she’s a little girl, but she has big ideas for the kinds of films that she wants
Memory Synopsis: When Alex (Liam Neeson), an expert assassin, refuses to complete a job for a dangerous criminal organization, he becomes a target. FBI agents (Guy Pearce and Taj Atwal) and Mexican intelligence (Harold Torres) are brought in to investigate the trail of bodies, leading them closer to Alex. With