Browsing All posts tagged under »Susan Sarandon«

The Meddler

May 21, 2016


The Meddler – Widowed for a year, Marnie Minervini (Susan Sarandon) has quite enough money to make widowhood enjoyable. But she needs something more to keep her occupied and decides to fully share in her daughter Lori‘s (Rose Byrne) life. Lori is not totally on board with that decision. Loaded with a bunch of “shoulds” […]

The Big Wedding

May 2, 2013


The Big Wedding – I’m sure the real critics trashed this but if you’re in the mood for silly fun, it’s not bad.  The premise is totally implausible.  Alejandro (Ben Barnes) the adopted son of a divorced couple (Robert DeNiro and Diane Keaton), is getting married.  The father has been happily involved with another (Susan […]

April 28, 2013


The Company You Keep – After a member (Susan Sarandon) of the Weathermen, a 1960/1970s radical group, is arrested for a 30-year-old robbery and murder, a persistent reporter finds out that another member (Robert Redford) has been hiding in his city in plain sight.   Shia LaBouef as Ben Shepard searching for the truth and possibly […]

Jeff Who Lives at Home

March 17, 2012


Jeff Who Lives at Home – Jeff (Jason Segel of How I Met Your Mother) is a 30ish guy living in his mom’s basement who spends most of his days getting high and thinking about the movie Signs.  Everything means something to him as he tries to find his destiny.  Mom (Susan Sarandon) just wants […]

Wall Street Money Never Sleeps

September 26, 2010


For years, I’ve said Gordon Gekko’s statement “Greed is Good” in the 1987 Wall Street was the beginning of life imitating art and the downfall of WS. In this new version, Gekko (Michael Douglas) is seven years out of prison and on the circuit tour promoting his new book “Is Greed Good?” when he meets […]