One will definitely feel like they’ve gone through hell in the seventies when they come out of this movie.
Smart enough to leave room to grow.
One thing is for sure, Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is rewatchable.
If you have any appreciation for the journey or even just the incredible skill of Bullock, give The Lost City your time.
In Almost Famous, we have all problems wrapped up in a nice little bow with not much more than smiles to remember. There should have at least been some sort of venerial disease as a result of all that messing around.
Some might think the story silly for the fact that they often bring swords to gunfights. In the end, both are well-played.
Schrader is not everyone’s cup of tea. Some of us like our tea as dark as the blackest coffee on a cold, bleak morning.
This is a brief tale that lacks any amount of pretension that might be present in a longer film.
The first part of Dune is a story well told and beautiful as anything we will see this year. It just feels like the story is just beginning when the credits start to roll.
It’s been a hard ride, but it’s been a great one.
Walk through the past, when Frankenstien scared kids like my dad at age 5.
This film is one we’ve seen before, but somehow it’s still worth remembering on its own merits.
Whoever’s decision it was to give Maggie Q her long overdue vehicle, God Bless you.
If you can handle a story with real tension and digital countdowns, start here.
Ultimately, what works best is the chemistry of the two leads, as everyone else appears to be along for the same ride as the viewers.
If you like Knives Out, this film is at least a spiritual predecessor to that comic mystery masterpiece. Absurdity is a journey in an of itself. The mystery is a bonus.