Jojo Rabbit (2019)

A 10 year old fervent Nazi youth, Jojo (played by Roman Griffin Davis), struggles to find his place in the declining Third Reich. Jojo is a young fatherless child, being raised alone by his mother Rosie, played by Johansson, coping and working his way through life. This black comedy satire set in Nazi Germany brings

Shape of Water, The (2017)

Unable to perceive the shape of you, I find you all around me. Your presence fills my eyes with your love. It humbles my heart, for you are everywhere. In order to understand The Shape of Water try to imagine a retro-futuristic 1960's government bunker housing top secret assets and all orchestrated by the creative

I ♡ Huckabees (2004)

I ♡  Huckabees, or I Heart Huckabees is a philosophical comedy that follows Albert Markovski (Schwartzman), as he is investigated by existential detectives (Hoffman and Tomlin).  Markovski seeks to find meaning in specific coincidences in his life. His journey inspires him to learn more about the meaning of life.  The story encompasses opposing and differing ideologies

The Wrestler (2008)

The Wrestler follows Randy "The Ram" Robinson, a famous wrestling figure from the 80's, as he finds his place in a world that has forgotten him.  His life has transformed from fame into one that is more depressing and seeking companionship. Everything from his housing situation, an unfulfilling and demeaning job at a supermarket, loneliness,

Black Swan (2010)

Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan is a fresh interpretation of the 19th century ballet, Swan Lake.  The film follows Nina, played by Natalie Portman, as she trains for the part of the white/black swan.  A role that requires her to metamorphose from her pure and immaculate persona into an untamed embodiment of raw sexuality. Nina's agonizing drive for