Should a priest tell his congregation what they want to hear instead of the truth? That’s just one of the issues raised in this witty and thought-provoking film version of Bill C. Davis’ Tony-nominated Broadway hit. Jack Lemmon is Father Tim Farley, a complacent priest in a wealthy suburban parish who drives a Mercedes and cracks jokes from the pulpit. Along comes idealistic Mark Dolson (Zeljko Ivanek), a radical seminarian who accuses Farley of “song and dance theology.” The result is a head-on clash that teaches each man the true meaning of faith. Outstanding performances from Lemmon, Ivanek and Charles Durning as an inflexible monsignor make this a humorous and compelling duel of conscience and compromise.
Anyone who tries to hinder your progress in life is an enemy. Much of one’s energy and time is wasted in dealing with such adversaries. But there is a powerful Goddess whose divine grace can help one neutralise all opposition in without doing much! The ancient text state that enemies can manifest in at least nine ways in one’s life and make life truly difficult.
Stella is a vibrant, fun-loving 17-year-old. Unlike most teenagers, Stella has to spend much of her time living at a hospital as a cystic fibrosis patient. When Stella meets Will, a charming and rebellious fellow patient, she feels a powerful connection — but restrictions dictate that she and Will maintain a safe distance between them. As their feelings grow, Stella and Will face a life-changing question: How does love feel when even a single touch is off-limits?
Deborah Fielding, seeker of the truth, will stop at nothing to uncover the layers of corruption that lie deep within the walls of Edgewater Psychiatric Institute, even if the cost is her life. In a series of twisted events, this budding investigative journalist unlocks a Pandora's box of deceit. As… ∞
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Life without a car is murder ... and nobody knows that better than Campbell Jackson, a 20-something, out-of-work, out-of-options misfit. Forced to take a dead-end job at a Detroit car wash, Campbell spies a dilapidated '70s van for sale and attempts to buy it. Little does he know, it's the… ∞