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The Good House

Once a thriving estate agent in the New England town of Wendover, Hildy Good (Weaver) is struggling to recapture not only her clients but relationships with her daughters following a stay in rehab for her alcoholism. Recently divorced after her ex-husband left her for another man, Hildy tries to reinstate herself as the top real estate agent in town by getting her former high school love, Frank Getchell (Kline), to renovate homes before she sells them. Although flirting with her alcoholism yet again, Hildy and Frank's renewed relationship blossoms into a stable and comforting bond that just might fuel Hildy to reclaim her life. "The Good House" is based on the novel of the same name by Ann Leary.

Directors: Maya Forbes, Wallace Wolodarsky. Stars: Sigourney Weaver, Kevin Kline, Morena Baccarin, Rob Delaney, David Rasche, Rebecca Henderson, Molly Brown, Kathryn Erbe, Kelly AuCoin, Georgia Lyman. 2021. 104 mins. Drama.



Overworked by her domineering, former figure-skater mother (Heikkilä), 12-year-old Tinja (Solalinna) practices gymnastics fervently to fit in with her mother's influencer lifestyle depicting an idealistic Finnish family. But when a freak accident leads Tinja to rescue an abandoned egg in the forest and nurture it throughout its hatching, this "typical Finnish family" have — unbeknownst to them — invited a monster into their home.

Director: Hanna Bergholm. Stars: Siiri Solalinna, Sophia Heikkilä, Jani Volanen, Reino Nordin, Oiva Ollila, Ida Määttänen, Saija Lentonen. 2022. 91 mins. Horror.



Inspired from a young age by blockbuster movies, aspiring filmmaker Patrick Read Johnson (Daley) creates homemade Super-8 movies starring his friends and family. However, when an overzealous idea to film an unauthorized sequel to the 1975 shark thriller "Jaws" ruined his parents' swimming pool, Patrick's mother, Janet (Camp), calls the editor of American Cinematographer magazine Herb Lightman (Pendleton). Arranging for Patrick to fly to Los Angeles to meet his idol, special effects supervisor Douglas Trumbull (Pawlak), the budding filmmaker receives a bigger surprise than he ever thought possible: meeting Steven Spielberg (Stephens) and watching unfinished footage of the film soon to take over the world, 1977's epic space blockbuster "Star Wars."

Director: Patrick Read Johnson. Stars: John Francis Daley, Austin Pendleton, Colleen Camp, Neil Flynn, Steve Coulter, Emmi Chen, Katie Jeep, Justin Mentell, Michael Pawlak, Kevin J. Stephens. 2022. 132 mins. Comedy.