This was one of my favorite films of the year. It starts with a hundred butterflies. It will take you out of India, then out of Australia. In the process, it will crush you like a bug.
“Don’t go anywhere. I’ll be right back.”
A movie that could break out in song at any moment. The world needs more of these.
Two Texas brothers take on the small town Texas banks. Then they get to take on a couple of Texas Rangers. This movie is extremely well acted and it is an interesting film with plenty of action and comedy along the way. Chris Pine was probably my favorite, but it is a close race. Go check it out if you get the chance.
I thought that this film was brilliant. Of course, I am a fan of John Carney, the director. “Once” is one of my favorite films, and “Begin Again” is a good flick to check out on Netflix. For this movie, a teenager with a life full of problems meets a girl, falls in like instantly, and invites her to participate in a music video for his band. The only problem is that he doesn’t have a band, but needs to create one fast to continue this connection with the girl of his dreams.
“No girl can ever truly love a man who listens to Phil Collins.”
This has to be the oddest movie I have seen in a long time. It is funny at times and frightening at others. If I were to recommend that you see it, most of you would hate me for it. But a few would enjoy the oddity called “The Lobster”.
“We dance alone. That’s why we only play electronic music.”
Suspenseful. How far should the US and UK go to defeat terrorism on the African Continent?
“Never tell a soldier that he does not know the cost of war.”
This film is an oddly brilliant storytelling about a few groups of professional investors who predicted the fall of the financial packages that were wrapped around a very risky mortgage market. It provides some very good insights into the banking industry and the pain that was felt by the world as markets tumbled.
A young Bedouin boy sneaks out to follow along on an adventure of a lifetime. This film will not be enjoyed by all as it moves along with a deliberate pace and involves several violent scenes in the desert. Overall, I liked it.
“He killed my brother”
This movie tears at your heart as a young lady in the 1950s has to make life changing decisions between her homeland of Ireland and her newfound home in New York. Try and hold on as you follow along with her.
“I wish that I could stop feeling that I want to be an Irish girl in Ireland.”
This oak tree outside the movie theater is pretty cool. It is a little bit more impressive in the midst of a full blown rain storm.