wishes he had a pink frolicing llama under his tag
Credits are part of a movie. I always stay.
I've seen the trailer; I feel like I've seen the whole movie.We saw Miracles from Heaven on DVD this past weekend. SO good! MUCH better than Heaven is for Real. 1,000 times better, actually.
Jennifer Garner is stellar! Get the tissues, ready, however. Just remember, if you've seen the previews, they will eventually be tears of joy by the end of the movie.
I don't think I'm giving much away.... the title does have the word Miracles in it
Agree with the recommendation, and I rarely recommend movies.I saw Hell of High Water the other day. Ostensibly, it's a typical action film about two brothers (Ben Fostern and Chris Pine) on a bank robbing spree through desolate and depressed modern-day West Texas, with the Sheriff (a grizzled Jeff Bridges) trying to crack One Last Case Before He Retires. But under the surface emerges themes of hopelessness in modern hard economic times, blurred lines between good and bad, and the futility of trying to get ahead in life. Did I also mention there are four of the best performances of the year? Recommended without reservation.
I saw Captain Fantastic two or three weeks ago and thoroughly enjoyed it. For some reason, I have been unable to come up with the words to express why.Glad to hear Hell or High Water comes highly recommended, have that on our list for this weekend. Saw Captain Fantastic this past weekend, which was interesting.
Yeah, I saw the trailer for that the other day. Do we really need to see this? The swelling music and all that. Yawn.Can I just say I'm entertained that there is a Deepwater Horizon movie coming out? Not in a "lets make light of the situation" way but that it warrants a movie and in a "is this really appropriate" kind of way. As someone who works in the oil industry, so maybe I have more of a vested interest than most.
And what is it with Mark Wahlberg and "real life" dramas?
(so many "quotes" in this post...)
Ha ha, "interesting" was the best word I could come up with. I can understand the enjoying it, I think for me maybe it's one of those things that somehow seems strangely appealing to want to try (in a much smaller dose). It's kind of, darn, what's necessary isn't nearly as fun.Agree with the recommendation, and I rarely recommend movies.
I saw Captain Fantastic two or three weeks ago and thoroughly enjoyed it. For some reason, I have been unable to come up with the words to express why.
Not sure if you slipped in the word interesting as a joke on purpose, but I chuckled when I read it.
Some that you should look out for that we saw at Telluride:It's that time of year when the studios release the movies they believe have a chance during award season.
Fingers crossed for some good films over the next couple of months.