Sunday, October 22, 2017


Having just recently been dragged to the re-release of an old movie (Terminator 2), I was momentarily confused into thinking this was another of the same, and not a remake.

I figured it out when I realized that the clown was most certainly not that handsome devil Tim Curry.

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I'd never seen any of the Terminator films before this re-release a couple of months back; I honestly don't think I was ready.

My now-mature ears were actually able to make out everything Arnold said.


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Friday, July 28, 2017

Kiki's Delivery Service

A Hayao Miyazaki film is always a beautiful thing to watch (or rewatch) on the big screen.

It's a good thing I knew what I was in for, though, or I might have walked out during the super-crappy "GKIDS Mini-Fest" animated shorts that played out before the film.

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Thursday, July 27, 2017

The Big Sick

So much to like here, so many great characters and relationships--in fact, the most unlikable person in the whole film is the title character: Big Sick, herself.

Such an unsympathetic, self-centered spewer of misery is Big Sick--in all stages of health--that we must finally realize our protagonist is a big dope for continuing to see her as a life's goal rather than a fate to avoid.

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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Girls Trip

So foul, I had to look away from the screen at one point.

So wall-to-wall hilarious, I had to peek to make sure I wasn't going to miss anything.

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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming

Fun film, with just the right light tone that comes as a surprise in the bigger MCU.

I thought Robert Downey Junior would be the worst part of the flick, but I was wrong: that owner goes to the always-dependable-for-this Gwyneth Paltrow.

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Friday, June 16, 2017

The Wedding Plan

It’s billed as a comedy, but while it’s certainly interesting enough, I don’t see what’s comedic about it (the main character is clearly unhinged—in a tragic way-- and every other character seems to agree).

Is the comedy supposed to come from the fact that she dresses just like Dustin Hoffman in “Tootsie?”

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