Being an old soul since birth, I always feel a tad ridiculous going to a kids’ movie. I felt the same way at Wonka, even though I love Timothee Chalamet. I’m always praying for some adult humor snuck in to benefit us taller than 4 feet. Wonka did provide a smidge of adult humor (thanks… Continue reading Wonka’s Worth It!
Please email me your comments at firstname.lastname@example.org…I have not cracked the code of getting WordPress to be my friend re. comment availability. I promise to answer all humans who reply. Bones and All is based on a book by Camille DeAngelis and certainly not anything I’d ever read. The horror/love story genre’s not my cup… Continue reading Bones and All-Most
This may be a one time anomaly, when cinematography, sound, and acting override a basic story that’s been done (Star Wars) and done (Gladiator) and done (Avatar). But Dune, directed and written by Denis Villeneuve (who worked on Arrival, Sicario and Prisoners) with co-writers Joe Spaights and Eric Roth (Forrest Gump, Mank, Star is Born)… Continue reading Dune: This Isn’t Quick Sand, It’s DEEP!
I’m standing by my original review below, but do like the story of Little Women more now that I’ve learned some context. I didn’t grow up with reading this story and now understand the narrative is part of many family’s (especially New Englanders) tradition. Having said that though, the film lover in me still had… Continue reading Over the Story Board Shuffle Limit: Little Women