Movies For The Week Of June 14, 2024

Cora Bora – Releasing in Limited Theaters
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 93%

When Cora, played by Meg Stalter, heads back home, she puts her music career and random hookups to the side, so she can attempt to win her ex-girlfriend back. However, in the endevour he discovers more then just a relationship that needs salvaging.

A Comedy that seems to be pretty solid of a run of fun, while also having indie vibes and style.

Fresh Kills – Releasing in Limited Theaters
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 89%

Set in late 1980s Staten Island, Rose, played by Emily Bader, discovers that her father is a mafia kingpin. As she tries to break out of the world of her father it pushes her further away from the people that love and support her.

This world of gritty New York, showcases a child trying to escape the world set for her by their parents, but while the concept of rebelling is usually natural, the inclusion of the criminal element changes it into a more drama themed experience.

Inside Out 2 – Releasing in Theaters
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – (None Available Yet)

Riley is back, and now a teenager. With her new age comes new emotions. Included in this change is the introduction of Maya Hawke as Anxiety, and much much more.

Let’s be honest, families and friends of the prior film are going to watch this film. It’s Disney, and the first film was monumental. The inclusion of more emotions, and feelings are amazing. I can only imagine that this film will be just as impressive as the first.

Queendom – Releasing in Limited Theaters and Streaming
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 100%

A 21-year-old artist and performer is queer and as a result of Russia’s anti-LGTBQ laws is subject to inhuman treatment if discovered. Now Jenna MArvin performs artistic activism with surreal costumes as a way to fight and draw attention against the nations dark rules.

The world of Russia is such a scary place thanks to their backwards mentality toward the ever changing world. This documentary will hopefully open eyes to people who may not be aware of how dangerous the world still is for people who are just being how they were born.

Treasure – Releasing in Limited
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 36%

Set in 1990s in Poland, a father, played by Stephen Fry, and daughter, played by Lena Dunham, travel to the father’s homeland a post-socialist Poland. While his daughter simply wants to learn about her families past, her father seems to have more important interests.

If you like Stephen Fry, like I do, then this journey story will give you a chance to see him travel through New York and then Poland, as he tries to connect with a life long since lost.

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