Single mother Christy is newly sober, coping with the stresses of life when her estranged Mom re-enters her life.
This enjoyable comedy about a summer vacation that changes a teenager’s life goes right to the front of the class as a charmer, representing a sparkling alternative to the bombast of the summer movie season.
Nearly a decade later, with all the technological advancement in the interim, “Nemo” remains a monumental achievement as well as a delightful and resonant entertainment.
“The Help,” based on the book of the same name, is a racially charged but smartly understated portrait of the relationship between African-American maids and their white employers in Jackson, Miss. in the early 1960s.
Allison Janney and Ally Sheedy are featured in “Life During Wartime,” a study of suburban agonies.
What will moviegoers be looking forward to, flocking to, then fleeing from or returning to, on theatre screens between now and late August?