Setting aside Louis C.K.’s public issues, arguably the film presents a rather interesting and timely conversation about women’s autonomy and consent.
It’s Max’s graduation and perhaps the parting lesson Sam gives her is about consistency and a reminder of what love is.
During a trip to Canada with her kids, a family secret is learned about from Sam’s uncle Lester.
Pray for Sam everybody. For between Xander’s dad Arnold and Frankie, she may actually lose her mind – if she didn’t already lose it.
2017 isn’t so much a comedy special but the amusing musings of Louis C.K. which range from why he could not be a gay man, his complicated feelings on abortion, parenthood, suicide, religion, and relationships. Which will make you laugh […]
Overview A con is played featuring politicians, mobsters, the FBI and two people with a complicated relationship. Review (with Spoilers) After Silver Linings Playbook, it is hard to not be curious about David O. Russell’s new production featuring the stars […]