Review: Life and Beth, adulthood isn’t easy

Life and Beth, written and often directed by Amy Schumer, looks at what happens to a woman after she loses her mother. Losing a mother is often a life-changing event for women. Amy Schumer offers up a remarkably well-written and coherent look at how it affected one woman.

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Review: Gloria Bell

Before I get into the review of Gloria Bell, let me tell you a story. I’ve been a member of AARP for a few decades now – joined up when I turned 45. They’ve always had a feature called Movies for Grownups within AARP. Lately they’ve started taking movies for grownups on the road with free screenings of various movies all over the country. The latest is Gloria Bell.

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Watch This: Trailer for Gloria Bell

Chilean director Sebastián Lelio’s Spanish language hit Gloria is reborn as an English language indie with Julianne Moore in the lead role. The English version is called Gloria Bell. Continue Reading: Watch This: Trailer for Gloria Bell

Watch This: Trailer for Molly’s Game

Molly’s Game looks like a female-powered delight. I’m ready to see it right now, but it won’t be released until November 22. Jessica Chastain plays Molly Bloom. The story is based on a real person, who seems exceptionally kickass. Continue Reading: Watch This: Trailer for Molly’s Game