ART OF LOVE – Review by Rachel West

Art Of Love is an erotic thriller that plays on the trope of the older male college professor beginning an affair with one of his students. Esai Morales is a literature professor at Puerto Rico’s top university. Alone, lonely and trying to maintain a relationship with an ex-girlfriend and her child, Morales’ character – known only as “Professor” in the movie – gets an anonymously-written note delivered to him. The poetic and intelligently intriguing hand-written notes have the Professor searching and fantasizing about the person behind the pen.

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SENIOR MOMENT – Review by Susan Granger

Hard to believe but William Shatner turned 90 on March 22nd – and in this mildly amusing rom-com, he’s still as flirty and frisky as ever. Set in Palm Springs, California, the plot revolves around Victor Martin (Shatner), a retired NASA test pilot, who loves to cruise around the desert oasis in his pristine, eye-catching ‘50s Porsche 356 Continental, often accompanied by his best friend Sal (Christopher Lloyd).

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SENIOR MOMENT – Review by Carol Cling

True to its title, this genial exercise in audience-pleasing never rises above its modest expectations. Then again, like its golden-age protagonists, it doesn’t have much to prove. Take former Air Force and NASA flyboy Maj. Victor Martin (trusty, blustery William Shatner). His days in the cockpit may be over, but he’s never lost his zest for piloting sports cars and ogling bikini-clad babes.

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