Browsing All posts tagged under »Jennifer Garner«


September 10, 2018


Peppermint – After a crazy turn of events, a young father (Jeff Hephner) and his nine-year-old daughter (Carley Fleming) are killed by a gang of thugs. None are convicted because drug leader Diego Garcia (Juan Pablo Raba) is extremely powerful and feared by all. Mom Riley North (Jennifer Garner) is more than a little pissed […]

Love, Simon

March 17, 2018


Love, Simon – High schooler Simon (Nick Robinson) says he’s from a normal family but has a secret. I don’t know why he thinks that is relevant in being gay. Nerdy classmate Martin (Logan Miller) comes across Simon’s emails to an anonymous gay student and threatens to expose him unless he helps him get a […]

Danny Collins

April 10, 2015


Danny Collins – On his birthday, aging (aged?) rock star Danny Collins (Al Pacino) is given a letter that John Lennon wrote to him in 1971 which he has never seen before. He starts to wonder what his life might have been like if he had received the letter back then. He decides to give […]

Draft Day

April 18, 2014


Draft Day – I know basically nothing about football and care even less, but I liked this movie. Kevin Costner (Sonny Weaver, Jr.) is following in his recently deceased dad’s footsteps as manager of the Cleveland Browns. The team hasn’t won in a long time. Sonny is angry and floundering, he has a pregnant girlfriend […]

Dallas Buyers Club

November 23, 2013


Dallas Buyers Club – It’s 1985, Rock Hudson recently died, and Ron Woodruff (Matthew McConaughey) is a hard-living, hard drinking, cocaine snorting Texan who has unprotected sex with any woman he can.  He can’t believe that he, a died-in-the-wool homophobic, is diagnosed with AIDS.  Neither can he believe his friends turn on him and start […]

The Odd Life of Timothy Green

August 31, 2012


The Odd Life of Timothy Green- A sweet little story about a couple, Cindy (Jennifer Garner) and Jim Green (Joel Edgerton), who after trying for years to have a baby are told it’s not ever going to happen.  They then make up a list of the attributes their child would have, put the list in a […]


April 8, 2011


For the generation that never saw the delightfully funny Dudley Moore in Arthur, this slightly watered down version will probably work very well. Russell Brand is more childish than childlike as the obscenely rich playboy who has to marry haughty, horsey Susan, played well by Jennifer Garner, or lose his fortune. Susan has a genius […]