Mommy's Box (2016)

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A 30-year-old man denying his past is forced to confront the lingering influence of his mother after her death.




  • Bill Sorvino in Mommy's Box (2016)
  • Johnny Greenlaw and Bill Sorvino at an event for Mommy's Box (2016)
  • Johnny Greenlaw, Gina Scarda, Carly Brooke, and Jennifer Dorcic at an event for Mommy's Box (2016)
  • Johnny Greenlaw, Bill Sorvino, Brandi Bravo, and Carly Brooke in Mommy's Box (2016)
  • Mommy's Box (2016)
  • Johnny Greenlaw in Mommy's Box (2016)

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27 April 2016 | johndorcic
| Just When You Think You've Seen 'Em All
I caught this at the Manhattan Film Fest and I was pleasantly wowed. Usually at these film fests, as of late, there are crazy (and poorly acted) videos (cause you can't call em movies) that are either about thugs, zombies or nothing. Mommy's Box is so different. An actual story with characters you can relate to that have a complex back you can relate AND care about them! The film is almost entirely well acted, the filming is BEAUTIFUL and the score is so evocative. What I also liked is that there were REASONS for everything happening. The bad characters weren't comic book bad....there was a well explored story as to WHY. When I heard it won the best feature film award at Manhattan Film Fest I wasn't surprised.

ps- I took a star off for the acting of a couple secondary characters and for having to explain to people I wasn't seeing a dirty movie!!!!

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