The determination of Kurt Warner to follow his dreams, no matter what it takes, is truly inspiring. And when he needed to provide for his family, he did so even when that meant that he would have to work for minimum wage at a small grocery store. A true man does what he has to do.
The biopic “Being the Ricardos” manages to cram all kinds of interesting “behind-the-scenes” storytelling within its 131-minute run time.
It’s hard to say if this is Spielberg’s greatest work since he’s done so many great films, but you will be seeing his name listed as possible recipients for next year’s Oscars.
“Encanto” is one of the best films that I have seen in a long time. Dare I say that I think it has Oscar potential?
While staying true to the narrative, Afterlife begins with a very different tone than the first two films a fresh new cast.
I highly suspect that “Mass” will be nominated during the next award season. But it’s not just the acting that is good, it’s the dialogue that makes this story come alive. Nothing is trite. It is all raw. But even the ending, which offers a message of hope and healing, isn’t sappy.
Watching “The Last Duel” feels a bit like a bait and switch scheme where the movie one thinks he is going to see turns out to be something completely different. But you don’t mind. There’s a real important story here that needs to be told.
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I really enjoyed 2019’s animated version of The Addams Family. The MGM film found a way to revisit this iconic family that remained faithful to the old TV series and … Continue Reading ‘Addams Family 2’ is Painfully Unfunny it’s Scary