Tag: thanks for sharing

Stream Guide: The Breadwinner & White Bird In A Blizzard (February 23rd, 2018)

THE BREADWINNER on NETFLIX This year’s Academy Award nominated “The Breadwinner,” which is up for Best Animated Feature, is available on Netflix. This joins “The Boss Baby,” which is also nominated in the same category and is also streaming on Netflix. The film follows a young girl named Parvana whose father is taken away to jail by the Taliban, leaving her, her mother, and … Read More Stream Guide: The Breadwinner & White Bird In A Blizzard (February 23rd, 2018)

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Tuesday Releases: Closed Circuit & Runner Runner

JANUARY 7TH, 2014 THANKS FOR SHARING // Sex addiction is often misunderstood or simply stated, unrelatable. However, in the directorial debut of writer Stuart Blumberg (“The Kids Are All Right”), “Thanks For Sharing”, Mark Ruffalo takes front and center as our protagonist Adam, a sex addict that has been clean for five years. Similar to Alcoholic Anonymous meetings, sex addicts share in groups and … Read More Tuesday Releases: Closed Circuit & Runner Runner

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One Minute Review: Thanks For Sharing (2013)

Release Date September 20, 2013 Director Stuart Blumberg Screenplay Stuart Blumberg Matt Winston Distributed By Lionsgate Comedy, Drama, Romance Rated R for language and some strong sexual content 112 minutes Thanks For Sharing Sex addiction is often misunderstood or simply stated, unrelatable. However, in the directorial debut of writer Stuart Blumberg (“The Kids Are All Right”), “Thanks For Sharing”, Mark Ruffalo takes front and … Read More One Minute Review: Thanks For Sharing (2013)

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Theatrical Releases: Prisoners

Basically the main reason for eventually seeing this is to see James Gandolfini in one of his last roles. Julia Louis-Dreyfuss also stars, playing the leading lady looking for love late in her life. When she meets James, she thinks she’s found it, until she finds out one of her clients is James’ ex-wife and begins to here all the nasty details about him. … Read More Theatrical Releases: Prisoners