Some will be disappointed that the film doesn’t feature more of Roger’s Christian faith but it doesn’t actually shy away from it either. Fred was a man whose actions spoke louder than his soft words of encouragement.
If the original Frozen is considered an A+ movie, the sequel is a solid B. While good and entertaining, it just doesn’t measure up to the first, but then again, that would be hard to do. There’s nothing groan-inducing and I will say, that the first half of the movie recaptures much of magic and heart from the first film.
I think The Good Liar is going to be one of those films that you with either like it a lot or dislike it a little. Some are comparing the Bill Condon film to mysteries of Alfred Hitchcock while others are not so impressed. One thing that just about everybody agrees on is that the film makes for a good excuse to see two cinematic greats play off of each other.
I might be speaking too quickly, but I think the movie has Oscar potential as well. At any rate, there is a lot to learn and be inspired by this film. Harriet Tubman is portrayed to be both strong and compassionate while fully relying on God to show her the way without being preachy.
While this movie isn’t for everybody, at least it has a story to tell, it is told well and there isn’t anything objectionable about it. You too just might learn something.
You will not want to miss “Christmas Jars,” which isn’t a Hallmark movie, but it sure could be. It comes to theaters for one night only in early November.
MGM found a way to make an old property contemporary without losing the charm of the original as well as making it a fun romp for all ages with kids and adults laughing at different things.
I was expecting Ad Astra to be a thrilling adventure film — which it is — but only to a point. About three-fourths of the way in the brisk story slows to a crawl and turns into a big metaphor about father and son relationships, which is fine but it felt sort of like a bait a switch.
“Brittany Runs a Marathon” is more of a metaphor for bettering one’s life.
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