The development of existing characters and the addition of some new ones have surely placed ‘Ted Lasso’ on some sort of an Incluvie A-OK list.
Based on Bethany’s autobiography “Soul Surfer: A True Story of Faith, Family, and Fighting to Get Back on the Board,” this heartwarming film tracks the struggle to pursue normalcy and ambition after a major injury.
The characters aren’t likable, the story is predictable and the humor is either disgusting, obnoxious, or uncomfortable. The Wrong Missy is a mess of a film and it’s not really worth your time.
I’m still trying to comprehend the psychological and moral implications of their fascination with each other, or why their almost written-in-the-stars depth of connection makes so much sense.
The film may be a thriller, but I wasn’t thrilled by it. If anything, I was bored and annoyed.
Earth and Blood is slow, but it still has it’s entertaining moments. If you’re into thrillers, or want to watch something new, then this film might be for you. As for me, Earth and Blood was tolerable enough.
I highly recommend Kill Bill: Volume 2. In classic Tarantino fashion, specific sections of the film are a tad too long, but overall, it’s a wonderful piece of escapist fiction.
A lot of us are emotionally impacted by the current pandemic. So, while we’re all stuck here in our homes, it’s great to put on a movie to ease the stress. With that, I made up a small list of some of my favorite feel-good movies.
‘The Lost Daughter’ doesn’t paint over the choices Leda and Nina make as mothers as right or wrong but examines the messy in-between.
The character of Mulan is one of Disney’s best heroines. She’s brave, kicks butt, and has a kill count. What other Disney character has killed hundreds of Huns by crushing them with an avalanche? No one.