I Love My Dad: The BRWC Review. By Jake Peffer.
I Love My Dad follows Chuck (Patton Oswalt), an estranged father who wants nothing more than to reconnect with his son Franklin (James Morosini). Franklin unfortunately won’t give his father the time of day as he’s fed up with years
Beast Synopsis: Recently widowed Dr. Nate Daniels (Idris Elba) and his two teenage daughters (Iyana Halley and Leah Jeffries) travel to a South African game reserve managed by Martin Battles, an old family friend, and wildlife biologist. However, what begins as a journey of healing soon becomes a fearsome fight
Corrina (Karen Scobie) is an aspiring filmmaker who one day she finds an old man named Tom (Keith McKie) busking by the side of the road and his music inspires her. Telling her mother, Alice (Lisa Kovack) about the man that she met on the street unlocks a series of
Daphne (Libby Ewing) and Wilson (Evan Dumouchel) have always been close, ever since they were little. Growing up together has been hard, but they’ve always been there for each other even when times were hard. However, things got especially hard when Daphne became addicted to drugs, nonetheless Wilson stood by
Beast: The BRWC Review. By Jake Peffer.
What would you do if you and your family were stuck in the territory of a ferocious lion? For Dr. Nate Samuels (Idris Elba) and his daughters Meredith (Iyana Halley) and Norah (Leah Jeffries), they find out very quickly that it is not