Here are a couple of books I’ve recently read…and what I think of them.
Sure, there are some visually stunning moments, and Marion Cotillard is charming. But that’s about it.
A movie about more than The Miracle on the Hudson – it’s a movie reminding us how important our humanity is.
In this episode: worst heroes ever, and a dad tries to channel his own nine lives.
This simple – yet layered story – is exceptional, even though it’s a “spiritual successor” to Cloverfield.
Is it a comedy? Is it a drama? Trailers say one thing, movie says another.
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