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The visuals are great and the technology looks amazing, but it is the story that makes Ender’s Game so entertaining Continue reading
Starring: Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Viola Davis, Maria Bello, Terence Howard, Melissa Leo, Paul Dano, Dylan Minnette, Zoe Borde, Erin Gerasimovich, Kyla Drew Simmons, Wayne Duvall, Lou Cariou, David Dastmalchian, Sandra Ellis Lafferty, Jeff Pope.
Are there not other young adult and teen fiction stories to consider and adapt? Continue reading
These opposing characters are not real people. They are boogeymen, freak shows, political talking points brought to life, thus rendering ‘Won’t Back Down’ as dishonest as the politicians who play the education reform card simply to get elected. Continue reading
“…any conversation about the cinematic success of ‘The Help’ starts and stops with Viola Davis’ performance…” Continue reading
“”…a curiously joyless film…never finds a proper beat or rhythm and lacks the credibility it needs to succeed as a sturdy and compelling story.” Continue reading
Fifteen performances (or so) that you should not miss from 2011… Continue reading
“…in its final form, the movie never congeals or comes together in any palatable way.” Continue reading