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Ghosted Trailer Starring Chris Evans & Ana de Armas


Based on the 2006 best-selling book The Secret , a global phenomenon which empowered millions to lead happier and more fulfilled lives, The Secret: Dare to Dream centers around Miranda Wells ( Katie Holmes ), a hard-working young widow struggling to raise three children on her own. A powerful storm brings a devastating challenge and a mysterious man, Bray Johnson ( Josh Lucas ), into her life. In just a few short days, Bray’s presence re-ignites the family’s spirit, but he carries a secret—and that secret could change everything. The groundbreaking book by Rhonda Byrne has sold over 34 million copies worldwide, has been translated into 50 languages and appeared on the New York Times best-seller list for 190 consecutive weeks. LIONSGATE will release THE SECRET: DARE TO DREAM on PVOD July 31st, 2020 Discuss this with fellow SJF fans on Facebook . On Twitter, follow us at @SandwichJohnFilms Please Leave A Comment-

Trailer For The Uplifting Comedy POMS Starring Diane Keaton

POMS is an uplifting comedy about Martha (played by Diane Keaton ), a woman who moves into a retirement community and starts a cheerleading squad with her fellow residents, Sheryl ( Jacki Weaver ), Olive ( Pam Grier ) and Alice ( Rhea Perlman ), proving that it’s never too late to follow your dreams. Celia Weston, Phyllis Somerville, Charli Tahan, Alisha Boe and Bruce McGill also star. Zara Hayes directed the script by Shane Atkinson. Producing are Kelly McCormick (Atomic Blonde); Alex Saks (Book Club); Mad as Birds Films’ Andy Evans, Ade Shannon, Celyn Jones, Sean Marley and Rose Ganguzza. Keaton, Sierra/Affinity’s Nick Meyer and Marc Schaberg, and Will Greenfield are executive producing. POMS opens in theaters nationwide on May 10 Discuss this with fellow SJF fans on Facebook . On Twitter, follow us at @SandwichJohnFilms Please Leave A Comment-

Movie Review: 'The Intern'

The sappy dramedy The Intern gets the new man so horribly wrong. Review by Matt Cummings In Director Nancy Meyers' dramedy The Intern , the retired widower Ben (Robert DeNiro) seeks to give new meaning to his life when he applies for a senior intern program with a fashionable clothing website. At first, the 70-year-old is seriously out of place among an overwhelming amount of hipster men, none of whom seem to have their fahsion or personal games together. But the most difficult person in the office is his boss/owner Jules (Anne Hathaway), who doesn't think she needs the insights of a seemingly old-school tie-wearing retiree. But soon, challenges to her business and home life force Ben into action as the two form a bond that reveals all sorts of unexpected results, with Ben as the indispensable asset and Jules the tough negotiator. Director Meyers seems to think that the modern man can be divided into hipsters and older gentlemen who still wear a tie to work.