By Amy Nicholson
By Amy Nicholson
By Heather Baysa
By Calum Marsh
By Stephanie Zacharek
By Alan Scherstuhl
By Simon Abrams
By Alan Scherstuhl
Director: Paul Osborne. Cast: Blayne Weaver, Patrick Day, Cheryl Nichols, Christina Rose, Rosalie Ward, Alison Martin, and Jeffrey Combs. Special guest: Paul Osborne.
9 p.m. Saturday at Cinema Paradiso-Fort Lauderdale.
4 p.m. Sunday at Muvico Pompano.
6:30 p.m. Sunday at Sunrise Civic Center Theater
5:30 p.m. Monday at Cinema Paradiso-Hollywood, 2008 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood.
Kip Desmond has gotten everything he's ever wanted: a thriving career, a beautiful wife, and an affluent lifestyle, all of which is put in jeopardy when Abby, the waitress with whom he's having a casual fling, is accidentally killed. Desperate, he ends up on the doorstep of childhood friend Marvin Croat and asks him for a huge favor: help get rid of the body. This gruesome circumstance begins a series of events that unravels Kip and Marvin's lifelong friendship, leading both men to murderous acts neither had ever suspected themselves capable of.
Director: Shana Betz. Cast: Anna Paquin, Cam Gigandet, Drea De Matteo, Liana Liberato, and Ava Acres. Special guests: Shana Betz and Stephen Moyer.
7 p.m. Friday at Cinema Paradiso-Fort Lauderdale
6 p.m. Saturday at Muvico Pompano
7:30 p.m. Saturday at Cinema Paradiso-Hollywood
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in 1978: After a string of abusive relationships and dead-end jobs, Christina Miller comes to the realization that there's nothing left for her and her two young daughters, 13-year-old MJ and 7-year-old Shell, in blue-collar Ohio. An inviting phone call from her free-spirited friend Sandy is all Christina needs to pack up her belongings and load the kids into a Chrysler bound for Fort Lauderdale.
Great weather, a vibrant social scene, and a liberal lifestyle are attractive to Christina, and Sandy delivers right away, getting Christina a job cleaning houses in a wealthy neighborhood. But it soon becomes apparent to Christina that the huge, empty mansions she is dusting are merely a front for something much bigger. And that larger sure looks much better than the way Christina and the kids have been surviving. What lies ahead is a true story of a mom making choices — many, in hindsight could be questionable at best; however, Christina always had making a better life for her kids in the forefront of her thoughts.
Josephine, Single & Fabulous
Director: Agnes Obadia. Cast: Marilou Berry, Mehdi Nebbou, Bérengère Krief, Charlie Dupont, Alice Pol, and Bruno Podalydès.
2 p.m. Saturday at Muvico Pompano
3:30 p.m. Sunday at Cinema Paradiso-Hollywood
7 p.m. Monday at Cinema Paradiso-Fort Lauderdale
Josephine hates her job, her big ass, and her married boyfriend and can no longer stand the pressure from her parents and perfect sister, who all think that at 30, it's high time she found a suitable husband. So when her sister announces her own engagement, things — due to Josephine's own announcement — soon come crashing down. Barely scraping through a series of completely wacky adventures, Josephine at least gains a chance at finding true love, at last.
The Trouble With the Truth
Director: Jim Hemphill. Cast: Lea Thompson, John Shea, Danielle Harris, and Keri Lynn Pratt. Special guests: Lea Thompson and Jim Hemphill.
3:30 p.m. Saturday at Cinema Paradiso-Hollywood
7 p.m. Saturday at Cinema Paradiso-Fort Lauderdale
2:30 p.m. Sunday at Muvico Pompano
3 p.m. Sunday at Sunrise Civic Center Theater
Musician Robert (John Shea) is a perpetual starving artist with low overhead and minimal commitments. When Robert's daughter announces she's engaged, he advises her against it — his own marriage to Emily (Lea Thompson) didn't last, and he doesn't understand why anyone would want to give up her independence. Yet when Robert and Emily reunite and dredge up old memories and hurts, both discover a lot of unresolved issues and that love, marriage, and divorce aren't quite as simple as they'd like.
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