Everything comes true when the decision to be happy becomes a life style.
Lioness Cinema Lounge: Summer/Fall 2015
Posted by Lioness Woman`s Club on October 8, 2015
There are action films, there are thrillers, there are biopics, there are comedies… and then, there are films for women.
Lioness Cinema Lounge: Spring 2015
Posted by Lioness Woman`s Club on May 7, 2015
Watching a movie is a great way to wrap up a busy day or to start on a weekend. Especially,when a movie is well-done, inspiring and fun, leaves a good aftertaste and gives some food for thought. Right? Our new list of films will get you laughing and crying, admiring great women and amazing life stories, but most importantly, it will warm up your heart and will make you want to fight for your success and your happiness.
Lioness Cinema Lounge: Winter 2015
Posted by Lioness Woman`s Club on February 25, 2015
Update your watching list with some of our favourite movies.
The Imitation Game: Decoding Movie Magic
Posted by Monique Bourgeois on January 28, 2015
A true underdog story, The Imitation Game tells us that everyone is special and has a unique purpose for their life.
Film Review: The Theory of Everything
Posted by Monique Bourgeois on January 8, 2015
Stephen Hawking has led such a big life that there was no question his life could fill up the silver screen.
Film Review: Gone Girl
Posted by SAMANTHA JONES on November 13, 2014
Gone Girl begins on the day of Amy and Nick Dunne’s 5th anniversary. Nick returns home to an empty home, shattered glass table, pools of blood in the kitchen and his wife Amy is nowhere to be found.
Family Calamity in August: Osage County
Posted by on January 15, 2014
Directed by John Wells and written by Tracy Letts
Re-Imagining Mary Poppins: Saving Mr. Banks Film Review
Posted by Beth MacDonald on January 2, 2014
the story of Disney’s passion for Mary Poppins and Travers reluctance to allow a re-imagining
Wild and Wildly Hilarious: Last Vegas
Posted by Beth MacDonald on November 28, 2013
Directed by John Turteltaub, Last Vegas tells the story of four childhood friends, who travel to Vegas for a bachelor’s party
Don Jon: A Quick-Witted Directorial Debut for Joseph Gordon Levitt
Posted by Beth MacDonald on November 14, 2013
a powerful directorial and screenwriting debut for Joseph Gordon Levitt