There’s something riveting and ultimately satisfying about watching an angry woman act out against a system that has failed her.
"Me Before You? Really? What a downer, Kelly." I AGREE.
The non-skating scenes are the most impressive; the acting and performances are the reasons to see this film.
In this political climate, I don’t think it’s enough to just present events without commentary.
Start off 2018 with some feel good self reflection!
Mudbound does an excellent job of visualizing structural racism and how it has been maintained in a seemingly progressive time period.
There is no other way to end 2017 than with one of the best movies of the year, The Shape of Water.
As bad as The Room may be, there’s a real reverence in The Disaster Artist that makes it seem it’s one of the greatest projects to ever grace cinema.
Wood gives haunting and poised performance, impressive for an actor of any age.
As I do with most second viewings, I was watching for technical aspects. Unlike most second viewings, I rewound several scenes more than once because it's so easy to get absorbed in the characters and story.