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Pure acting magic
This was among the top 5 movies I've ever seen. I found joaquins performance both entertaining and disturbing. On the one hand, you're laughing at his social ineptitude, saying "oh that joker, always trying to fit in" but as the plot unfolds, you find yourself picking your jaw up off the ground. And the camera work, it just accents his amazing performance. Someone said this movie spiraled from start to finish and they were not kidding. If he doesn't win the Oscar for this, then the academy is a waste of time.
The conners are going to be just fine
Without Roseanne's big mouth, it's amazing how much more you appreciate all the other actors. I've loved marks story, but this episode took it all the way. And I'm glad. People need to get over their ignorance. I literally started crying and rewound it for my lgbtq son to see. Even dan doesn't bat an eyelash at his grandson. I gained even more respect for the show after this episode.
Teenage Cocktail (2016)
As a former teenager girl
I could relate to these girls. At least Annie. She's pissed that she had to move and basically disenchanted with life. That's teenager 101. I found it to be a very believable consequence of the actions of these girls. Being so young, they can't realize the consequences of their actions and certainly can't see that frank might be a creep like a grown up would see. It really doesn't dawn on them that he lied about his identity. So this film to me is very relevant to today's internet society, where one can make him or herself into whatever he wishes just with a few computer/phone keystrokes. Watch it. It's a good movie.
Deadly Switch (2019)
Not the worst way to spend an hour and a half
It was a little cheesy and felt very lifetime movie channel. But it was watchable and I'm not mad that I watched it. Lol
An Affair to Die For (2019)
Not a bad little flick
I was hooked instantly by the title and description. Once the movie got going the suspense kept me watching. The ending was a little weak but it was an enjoyable film!
Perfect Stranger (2007)
2007? More like 1957
Only thing worse than Halle Berry's over acting is the character she portrays. She presents herself as a scandal/tabloid journalist which wasn't the worst thing but then to hide behind a mans name. Why? Why when female journalists have worked for decades to gain respect would this idiot journalist push them all back decades? The story could have been decent but Halle Berry's performance made ur seem almost kitschy. You would never know she was an oscar award winning actress by this film.
The Beach (2000)
Good movie, not much similarity to its source novel
I love this movie. I've seen it probably 50+ times. I decided recently to start reading nooks that became my favorite movies. The book was just used as a rough outline for the movie. That's not to say the movie is no good-it is. The visuals and the music are magical. And our hero Richard still goes through many of the same character challenges, they're just condensed down into a 2 hour movie. To tell the novel in movie for would take much longer. But like I said, the movie is one of my guilty pleasures.
House of Cards: Chapter 72 (2018)
I was actually excited to see a woman portray the presidency but this has been such a disappointment. Claire's little "out clause" is about the most ridiculous thing ever shown on television.
House of Cards: Chapter 71 (2018)
Painful to watch
It's not that the show can't make it without Kevin spacey, it's that the writers went off onto some weird tangent. And hello, what happened to the politics? Congressmen, senators, laws? It's like Claire is the US worst fear in a female president-totally dramatic and out for revenge. Revenge against who? I don't even think she knows. I'm slogging our these last two episodes out duty.
Ray Donovan: Abby (2017)
I thought it was a strong start
My SO and I genuinely thought they were bating us with the cemetery, I mean, they wouldn't kill Abby would they?
As the episode progresses, we see that they did and Ray, is devestated. Our hard faced Ray is truly broken. And I'm curious to keep watching to see how he's going to handle his life now. Who is ray if he doesn't have Abby? I disagree with all the bad reviews, this is a whole new layer. And in rays work, his "career" is shaken up yet again. He's never doing the same thing for long.
Season 4 really dragged on for me, after a stellar season 3. I was relieved when 4 was done, and with 5, I see a fresh story line emerging.