The movie Groundhog Day has been seen by just about everybody and the story about a man who relives the same day over and over again is intriguing, but the idea of someone else making a movie about a similar theme would seem destined to fail. However, that is not the case with the new teen comedy/adventure/drama film, The Map of Tiny Perfect Things.
I doubt that anyone would be surprised to learn that both Foster and Cumberbatch are fantastic in their roles for “The Mauritanian” but Tahar Rahim is also very good at bringing the real Salahi’s charms to the screen.
“The Little Things” is really good … until it isn’t.
Like a rollercoaster, “Let Him Go” starts up slow, but Buckle up. It’s going to be a bumpy ride.
I really wanted to like this movie and I did for the first fifteen minutes or so. From there, it just got tedious. I can’t even share film’s message is without spoiling the mystery. Even so, you’ll figure out the mystery before it unfolds anyway.
Given the casting, “The War with Grandpa” just might be best suited for grandkids and their grandparents and leave mom and pop at home.
“The One and Only Ivan” is a simple tale with powerful messages that will stick you long after the film is over. It’s an inspiring story of friendship and keeping one’s promises.
It’s a teen romance featuring an unlikely pair of people, which seems simple enough, but there is a mystery behind the whole story as well. Very intriguing premise. But I have to wonder, did anyone making this film remember what it was like to actually be a teenager?
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I Still Believe is a wonderful romance story that goes beyond anything you’ll ever see on the Hallmark Channel.
Despite its wacky premise, Onward just might develop a strong following similar to Frozen. In fact, it is its equivalent for boys.