A movie that is mesmerizing, riveting, and profoundly sad.
‘Skyscraper’ is an entertaining movie, but lacks the maverick villain.
“Only you can decide what kind of king you want to be.” What kind of person will you be? Who will you become? That inspired to make me look within as well.
“The Post” authentically captures a time when freedom of speech, of the press, was so vital to who we are. That also resonates perhaps more so today.
“I like you, just the way you are…”
The imaginative movie action dazzles, but it is the personal scale of “Ant-Man and the Wasp” that resonates.
If you’re lucky as the kid growing up, you have that friend who inspired you to be greater. This movie has that friend.
A tad too many Superheroes, but in the end, was it worth it? Yes.
Uncle Drew enrolls Dax in “getting the band back together”. Dax reluctantly accompanies Uncle Drew in his pimped out van with Lakeside 8 track tapes. Chris Webber is the Preacher. Lisa Leslie is his disapproving wife Betty Lou. Reggie Miller is Lights “Out”, the seemingly blind former 3 point shooting god.
Although darker and murky in context coupled with Ehrenreich’s charming breezy interpretation “Solo” really misses deepening the emergent Hero Han Solo in the “Star Wars” mythology.
A movie of non-stop eye candy coupled with hope through the eyes of a child.
Unexpected hilarious fun—yet Ocean’s 8 rings hollow at times.
Theron is authentically fearless and vulnerable as her Marlo loses her own identity in the everyday drudge of driving her kids to school or breastfeeding…
Love makes you strong. It keeps you going. Love makes you endure all the bad in hope of the new day. “Adrift” is about the love the keeps us all alive, that keeps us strong.
“Love, Simon” touches all of us within. I saw the movie in the theater with many teens and young adults in attendance. At the arc of the love story, everyone including me applauded. Everyone.
A movie hysterical in its cool self-awareness and irreverence, where family and heart ultimately win the day.