A fun, laugh out loud movie.
“You can’t change who you are!”
We all have something to say from within us that people want to hear.
Jackman is powerful. He genuinely enrolls us in Logan’s vulnerability tempered with his great courage. He makes us pull for the poetic samurai conclusion.
We can create our lives as our Work of Art. So where does one begin this journey?
— I love watching ESPN’s “First Take” in the morning. Depending upon the topic of discussion I’ll forego watching “Good Morning America”. I can get my news through other media platforms or not. Around Christmas following a Los Angeles Lakers’ loss, LeBron James posted on his Instagram account while listening in his car: a lyric…
My hope is that they recognize the diversity in culture and storytelling that arose in the great movies of 2018.
Two surprises: There’s no hangover and it’s not funny.
Stereotypes are somewhat empirical by design.
Forgive us our trespasses.
“She never explains anything.” That’s the beauty of Screenwriter David Magee’s “Mary Poppins Returns”: Mary is just being Mary.
How do you create art in your life?
My favorite scene in “Bumblebee” is Charlie and Memo standing through the sunroof of the yellow Volkswagen, hands raised in the air with Tears for Fears singing “Shout” on the radio. That captured 1987, and the spirit of youth – being free to be yourself.
The directors resonate in asking, “What makes a Hero?” Perhaps it’s knowing that you can’t save everyone.
Jon Ochiai reviews the movie and decides that while The Favourite is a great movie, it’s not his favorite.
Do our heroes really have to look like us?