Based on the book by Liz Tuccillo, How to Be Single is a hysterical female-driven comedy that offers multiple viewpoints on what it means to be single. With a cast of characters all at different stages of their lives and “singleness,” the film is touching, ridiculous, and relatable—filled with one laugh after the next.   (JEP:… Continue reading HOW TO BE SINGLE


Three views, two reviews: Brigid & Jessica both say their say about The Intern, then Jan weighs in with her own two cents 🙂 Review of The Intern by Associate Editor Brigid K. Presecky  Robert De Niro leads a classic-Nancy Meyers comedy about a 70-year-old intern working opposite 30something boss Anne Hathaway. A refreshing, heartfelt film about friendship and pseudo-parental… Continue reading THE INTERN


An inner city schoolteacher finds out that she is pregnant at the same time her career is in turmoil. Her star student becomes pregnant around the same time, and the two form an unlikely bond and friendship through their similar situation. Boasting a female dominated cast, Unexpected is an enjoyable watch, with strong performances from… Continue reading UNEXPECTED