Movies to Love

Movies to Love: indie films


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Our Mission statement: “We want to help you bring back that loving feeling of what we love so much…movies.” This show is for busy cool, who think outside of the box seasoned preppies who love independent films. These are films that are not backed by huge and well known movie studios, often with low budgets, unknown directors, actors, definitely more graphic and sexual explicit. Often, titles and themes are out of the box thinking. Here is where “no restrictions apply,” tune in to hear host: Edna Stewart Sundays at 6 pm for movies to love. (other times may apply, be sure to set your notifications) follow us on FaceBook, Google, Tumbler, Twitter and on Pintrest for updates.

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Son of Babylon: This is truly one of my favorite and close to my heart. This one is about a willful young boy who follows his grandmother on a journey across Iraq. This movie will put you in the thick of things. Both are trying to discover the fate of the missing son and father. This movie is after post-saddam in Iraq. This movie will cause you to have a heart, it's real to what happen. Well done movie and camera actions, the acting is like no other. Tune in at a new day Sunday at 6 pm for Movies to Love.
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In 1985 Dallas, Ron Woodroof who works as an electrician, beats the system to help people get the medication they need who have contacted AIDS. This happens, after he is himself diagnosed with the disease. I have to tell you this is... more

Mang shan: China in the 1990's, women are forced to marry men, babies that are female to drown. This movie will have you guessing and not guessing what's next. It is pure madness. What is so fascinating? It's the Color Purple and Cold... more

It's all the madness of radical West German terrorist Rita who abandons the revolution and settles in East Germany, trying to hide her identity. Always in fear of her cover being blown. This is a great movie to watch has subtitles,... more

Imitation life Its back! The struggling young actress ( Lana Turner) and housekeeper, and daughter who deals with rejection. You pinned this one! We will discuss more in depth on why we love this 1950's film so much. This show will... more

One of the best romantic cowboy films. Who could forget Bud and Sissys turbulent relationship. Why did this cowboy romantic film became so famous among us? This movie sent county music on an all time high. The movie... more

Tune in Saturday at 6 pm for Movies to Love to find out more about the next up coming films in February. Why were these movies chosen and what will be discuss in the up coming shows for the month of February. Most of theses films... more

Loves this movie, came across it by accident, great foreign 2003 film and has something we all can identify with. Noi lives on a remote place north of Iceland which is cut off from the world during winter, talking about cabin fever.... more

Who can forget the memorable 1984 movie of a handy man who teaches a young man who moved from one coast to the other, who is being bullied? This is an awesome and touching movie. He teaches him martial arts to fight the right... more

mitation of life directed by Douglas Sirk, based on Fannie Hurst's novel about issues during the 1950's It is truly one of my movies to love of a struggling young actress with a young daughter and a black housekeeper (who's homeless and... more

Take a step back in time in the1967 Movie Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? This one is filled with laughs and lots of shocked faces. A couple truly deals with Joey's (the daughter) challenges of bringing home a black fiancé, Was this... more
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