Today: May 31, 2024

Last of the Romantics and Watercolor Postcards


Home is where the heart is in Watercolor Postcards, an impossibly tender film written, produced and starring Conrad Goode (Anger Management). When her alcoholic mother dies, the future looks bleak for 10-year-old Cotton (Bailee Madison – Bridge to Terabithia), in sleepy West Texan town, Bent Arrow. Her only friend in the world is NFL star Butch (Conrad Goode – Anger Management), who now makes a living selling his watercolor postcards by the side of the road. Cotton’s sister Sunny (Laura Bell Bundy – Jumanji) escaped the small town life years ago when she became a Hollywood actress – but despite her fame, she isn’t happy. But when she returns home for the funeral, sparks fly between Sunny and Butch as they care for Cotton. Can these small town folk rediscover the love they need to save everything they hold dear?


What if the love of your life died before you met them? Middle-aged Parker Graves (Chris Bruno – The World’s Fastest Indian) is a frustrated composer making his living writing music for adverts. Parker’s gloomy life is at a standstill, until morbid curiosity inspires him to intrude into a stranger’s funeral. He is instantly entranced by Hope, a deceased ballerina, and as his obsession grows, Parker begins to examine the shortcomings of his own life. Winner of numerous film awards, including Best Feature Film, Best Director and Best Actress at the 2007 New York International Independent Film Festival, the compelling and deeply moving film Last of the Romantics captures the mid-life struggles of a man clinging to his artistic impulses and the promise of true love. It also stars Brittany Daniel (Dawson’s Creek) and Dylan Bruno (Saving Private Ryan).

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