While the people interviewed for this documentary have the most respect or are at least are in awe of Leclerc, some question his methods. However, as an outside observer, I found Leclerc, while very likeable, to be a frustrating person.
Even though Disney’s live action version of Cinderella came out in 2015, audiences are still going to compare this movie to that one and unfortunately, Disney is going to win.
Everything in “Reminiscence” is stylistic from the costumes to the dialogue. Yes, the characters say and do things that real people don’t say in real life. But this isn’t a movie about real life.
“The Suicide Squad” is one of the most violent and gory film that I have ever seen and yet I am somewhat embarrassed to say that I ended up really liking it.
When Walt Disney was creating his namesake theme park, he wanted to take guest along on one his “true life adventures” similar to what they saw in his award-winning documentaries. … Continue Reading Johnson and Blunt Keep ‘Jungle Cruise’ a Pleasant Trip
The plot is strange, the film is overly long and you can’t really identify with the characters – animated or not. But at the same time, after the film finds its rhythm, I found myself enjoying it.
This week, DreamWorks is releasing the sequel, “The Boss Baby: Family Business,” into theaters and streaming on Peacock and with a message for parents. Though as well-intentioned as this follow up is, it misses the mark and overstays its welcome.
Now streaming on Apple TV+, Who Are You, Charlie Brown? is sort of a hybrid of an animated classic Peanuts TV special and a classic documentary.
Just because we are revisiting familiar territory, don’t think that you’ve seen everything this story can provide. Overall, “A Quiet Place II” is equally as good as the first.