This animated Adams Family adventure attempts to weave a story of acceptance of folks that are different. A little sweet at times and some good one liners that are aimed at adults in the audience. Beyond that nothings new.
Archives for October 2019
Writer-director Jon Lucas and Scott Moore’s [Bad Moms] raunchy comedy is about a guy who is addicted to his smart phone. The average person pretty much depends on their devices for just about everything. We rely on them for our daily news, social contacts, banking, business and directions. But, Phil (Adam Devine) takes it a […]
The maker of the purposeful sci-fi Snowpiercer is back with a provocative, nuanced take on class conflict. With Parasite (fully subtitled), South Korean filmmaker and co-writer here Bong Joon-ho manages something slick, spirited, and puckish. Indignation, seething retribution, outrageous wit, and familial warmth is synthesized in stellar fashion with just a bit of languor at […]
An action-thriller about a near-retiring hitman bathes in digital novelty to diminishing returns which exposing its hackneyed, anachronistic nature. Alas, Gemini Man strs Will Smith in two roles in Ang Lee’s latest foray into 3D immersion of employing increased frame rates (like what was seen in The Hobbit). For some Smith brought energy and freshness […]
Joker is a dark, brooding and edgy. It is not the Joker we have known that challenges Bruce Wayne (Batman) he comes before Bruce grows out of childhood. The story takes place in what is suppose to be the 80s in Gotham (NYC) which is experiencing a garbage strike that adds to the dirt and […]