Oscar® nominee Anna Kendrick is Alice in this taut thriller about a woman pushed to the breaking point by her psychologically abusive boyfriend, Simon. While on vacation with two close girlfriends, Alice rediscovers the essence of herself and gains some much-needed perspective. Slowly, she starts to fray the cords of codependency that bind her. But Simon’s vengeance is as inevitable as it is shattering – and, once unleashed, it tests Alice’s strength, her courage, and the bonds of her dee...
Release date: 2023-01-20 Genre:Thriller $14.99
1. Unequivocally Boring - To put it simply, after waiting and waiting AND WAITING for something ‘thrilling’ or some plot twist to finally occur, we paused the movie to see how much time was left and we were shocked there was min left and nothing still has happened in this movie. By far one of the worst movies I’ve ever seen. The Andrea plot line was completely pointless and there wasn’t even a climax in the movie. Don’t waste your money, not even worth star and it’s a crime this is listed as a thriller since their was nothing thrilling, suspenseful, or even thought-provoking about it.
Sun, 05 Feb 2023 00:41:28 GMT
This triumphant celebration of the incomparable Whitney Houston is the untold story of the complex and multifaceted woman behind The Voice. From New Jersey choir girl to one of the best-selling and most awarded recording artists of all time, follow the inspirational, poignant—and so emotional—journey through Houston's trailblazing life and career, with show-stopping performances and a soundtrack of the icon's most beloved hits as you've never heard them before.
Release date: 2022-12-23 $19.99
1. The critics got it wrong. I guarantee you will enjoy this movie. - Just go to listen to the music and see Naomi Ackie do an amazing job portraying Whitney Houston. The supporting cast is great. The movie will make you laugh, cry, and leave you falling in love with Whitney Houston all over again. How I wish she was still around. PS. Can we get a feature concert film please??????
Mon, 06 Feb 2023 12:21:10 GMT
2. How Real is the story here…..? - I was locked up in USP Atlanta with Clarence “Preacher” Headley, out of Harlem. He kidnapped Bobby Brown over some Coke, and Whitney paid the ransom of $,. Preacher was no joke. They say him and his crew, “The Black Hand” had close to bodies. They terrorized Harlem. I remember Preacher telling me that they were going to chop Bobby up into pieces if she didn’t pay that ransom. Whitney was a street chick for real. A real “Ride or Die” from Dirty Jersey…… I wonder if they’ll go into that?
Wed, 04 Jan 2023 09:50:53 GMT
From Damien Chazelle, BABYLON is an original epic set in 1920s Los Angeles led by Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie and Diego Calva, with an ensemble cast including Jovan Adepo, Li Jun Li and Jean Smart. A tale of outsized ambition and outrageous excess, it traces the rise and fall of multiple characters during an era of unbridled decadence and depravity in early Hollywood.
Release date: 2022-12-23 $24.99
1. Awful etc etc etc - Gatsby movie wanna be but worse. Looks like some friends nominate this AWFUL tv movie for dummies, obviously new generation of hollow heads. Not a real acting nor real interesting not worthy at all. Save yourself time and money and look for old Hollywood movies with famous actors.
Fri, 03 Feb 2023 00:51:25 GMT
2. A mess, but with a possible "cult classic" future - Damien Chazelle has delivered a film that's both a "love and hate letter" to cinema and its early history of how the industry shifted from silents to talkies, against extermely uncomfortable and hard-to-watch debauchery. However, many have said it could be re-evaluated in the future as a misunderstood masterpiece, so we'll see where it goes from here. On the positive side, Justin Hurwitz raises the roof with his score. Prepare for "Voodoo Mama" to be played a lot as a hot dance party track.
Tue, 31 Jan 2023 21:49:19 GMT
3. As that one comment said, y’all will be sorry in years - This movie is not only about the ’s era of silent films and the transition to speakeasies but also takes us into the real mind of Damien Chazelle, if you liked La la land/whiplash and don’t like this movie then you’re simply not a fan of Damien.
Thu, 26 Jan 2023 18:45:26 GMT
4. Boring exhausted flimsy film - I saw this because I enjoyed Whiplash so what could go wrong? Turns out that BAB is a BORE, a dull juvenile romp for LA-Hollywood insiders only. Zero character development and cliché storylines. A better film celebrating cinema is Sam Mendes Empire of Light . It’s the glorious cure to this bloated DOA snooze fest. Do better Hollywood. More Empire of Light please!!!
Wed, 11 Jan 2023 05:33:34 GMT
5. Instant classic - Critics have never been as out of touch than now. This is moviemaking at its best, breathtaking cinematography, fantastic direction and editing, great original music and great acting. I do think that the second half is not as solid as the first half, but then again I enjoyed it more on my second viewing which means that it will continue to age well. Superb.
Tue, 10 Jan 2023 14:47:07 GMT
6. Might be better then Avatar - I just have a couple things to say about this masterpiece of a film. This film is better then Avatar . I rather spend hrs watching Babylon then Avatar. Don’t get me wrong Avatar is a good movie just not a personal favorite. Just because this movie is hrs long doesn’t mean it’s a bad movie. From start to finish I enjoyed it. This movie didn’t feel like a slow movie like avatar my. Everyone in the cast did a incredible job. The only thing that really bothered me was that Tobey Maguire needed more screen time and more advertisement in the film because all I can hear when he appeared was “look it’s Spider-Man!” Like yeah we know we saw the trailer. That’s really my only complaint about the film. I would really love a sequel on how Hollywood made it from back and white to how it is now. Just a suggestion.
Tue, 10 Jan 2023 05:51:19 GMT
7. you’ll all be sorry in years - The only word u can describe this movie is epic. Not only is it epic but it is an epic itself. The masterful directing, quick pacing that makes hours fly by, jaw dropping performances, and hypnotic cinematography is only half of why this movie is amazing. The message behind the entire film is really well delivered and if you really truly love cinema as an art form, Babylon will become your next bible.
Sun, 08 Jan 2023 04:04:32 GMT
Inspired by true events, this is the remarkable, action-packed story about the all-female unit of warriors who protected the African Kingdom of Dahomey with skills and a fierceness unlike anything the world has ever seen. Follow the epic and intense journey of General Nanisca (Oscar® winner VIOLA DAVIS; 2016, Best Supporting Actress, Fences) as she trains the next generation of recruits and readies them for battle against an enemy determined to destroy their way of life.
Release date: 2022-09-16 Genre:Action & Adventure $7.99
1. If you can separate fact from fiction it’s an epic movie - I understand that this movie is not entirely factual and this has confused and angered some movie-goers but personally, I thoroughly enjoyed watching the film. If you are a black woman and you want to watch something where black women are not playing second string to other characters…where they are the LEAD and the movie is focused on them and their relationships and drama and they get to fight and be kick-butt….this movie is for you. Just go in knowing that the tribe this is based off of is not nearly as heroic. I found out after watching the movie but it doesn’t change how epic it was to watch! :)
Mon, 06 Feb 2023 08:04:08 GMT
2. Be bold - Women King is by far the best movie that was out for !! So glad to have it as my own now. It’s empowering, suspense and educational. The actors are amazing in this piece. The actors give a great ideal of what it was like in Africa. I can’t wait to see more movies that are inspiring about Africa and the strength of its people!
Sat, 04 Feb 2023 23:30:27 GMT
3. WOKE IS OLD!!! - I didn’t even watch this movie but I didn’t think I needed to because the woke ideologies are not true but brought to the forefront as if it is. Telling the truth is always the best, for you, for me and for everyone. Ps- Disney better change and fast, normal people will not put up with this WOKE nonsense!!
Sat, 28 Jan 2023 10:57:33 GMT
4. Not very good - Saw this. Not very good. Didn’t really know who the central character was. It went back and forth between Viola Davis character and this younger woman. Plus whatever little story there was, was all over the place. Too convoluted. It’s basically about a bunch of women kicking guys butts. How many times do we need to see that?!
Tue, 24 Jan 2023 08:15:48 GMT
5. Viola Davis Is The Only Memorable Star, But This Movie Is Boring - Viola Davis has had her fair share of good movies & also sometimes bad movies, but she is nevertheless a very good actress in her own right. But even when she shines in a bad movie where she’s of the only memorable stars in said bad movies, “The Woman King” is certainly NOT of her good movies despite the movie’s good critical & possibly good FINANCIAL reception. Whatever historical accuracies & inaccuracies are in this movie, it doesn’t really matter if “The Woman King” is a good movie or a bad ; This movie is just simply boring. Thankfully, she was cast as the titular character because this would be easily forgettable.
Wed, 18 Jan 2023 03:06:17 GMT
6. History isn’t completely white washed away - This movie is an inspiration to people of color and services as a reminder of the strength of women. American history is quick to portray all people of color as ignorant and as a people without a history prior to slavery as if that is all there ever was. There’s no way to get two people to agree on a single political view let alone an entire country to be complacent in the slave trade of their own people. Finally we have a movie presenting a more realistic historical account with an African perspective. All African American people have had their history prior to slavery wiped away, hidden and presented or misrepresented from the European historical account, now there’s a rebuttal of that account. History is messy but it is still history, and it can’t be ignored or wished away.
Thu, 05 Jan 2023 02:08:02 GMT
An entitled, racist, Caucasian woman pulls out all the stops to rid her precious neighborhood of the peaceful African American couple who just moved in next door.
Release date: 2021-09-03 Genre:Thriller $4.99
1. A real “Man Bites Dog” story - I think we’ve had enough of the gaslighting. We all know who the real racists are. Anyone can figure it out by looking at interracial crime statistics. It’s as clear as day. The title should be “Kareniqua” if you truly wanted to address real, violent and often deadly racism.
Thu, 08 Dec 2022 04:02:22 GMT
2. Cliché, after cliché, no real plot or narratives - This "Movie" was an absolute waste of time, and a plethora of missed opportunities to take a deeper and more profound dive into the psyche of both, the victims and the victimizers. Even the acting wa blasé. Just another "I wish I was a film about real social injustice" film with surface and no debt
Thu, 04 Aug 2022 23:10:12 GMT
3. IT'S OK LIKE LAKEVIEW TERRACE IN REVERSE. - If u have an open mind this shouldn't bother u anymore than the movie Lakeview Terrace with Samuel Jackson.I am however at the conclucsion that in these hard times people work better in numbers and we all need to lose the discrimination towards one another.This really is no different then movies made in the past.Karen's are the ones they used towards being all power in telling people that u better wear a mask to walk a dog,to eat ice cream,ect... feeding into the whole virus outbreak. this has nothing to do with colorif u can look at it as we are all in this world together.This does have a bad view on names,the irony in all of this is how we fall for it.Politics are just mouths moving to promote lies.
Wed, 29 Sep 2021 11:43:13 GMT
4. This is pointless - We know these people exist in the real world. They always have. They just crawled out from under their rocks. If I wanted to get bombarded with this much racism id read the comments to any news article online or watch videos posted on Reddit and YouTube. All of that is free. The preview isn’t even making this look entertaining. was clearly hard on Hollywood to have them fund this and people in it were just like, “yep, got a CSR payment to make.”. Once something close to this happens in real life to you, it really isn’t entertainment.
Wed, 29 Sep 2021 07:43:08 GMT
5. please read - Beyond ridiculous. This is a far leftist propoganda piece just laughing in the face of the white people who do encounter racist people of color and have bad interactions. Its to the point now where police are even afraid of losing their jobs for just pulling a person of color over for infractions. Its a shame. The felon and criminal George Floyd's death due to his resisting arrest and being very intoxicated on hard drugs brought all this on. Imagine if they made a movie about a racist black woman and called it "Latisha" or "Shaniqua". The world would end! We can't have something like that. Double standards make me sick.
Sun, 26 Sep 2021 12:45:13 GMT
6. Great movie! Enjoyed it! - Don’t listen to these racists calling people racists in this comment section lol. This was a straight to TV movie that you will enjoy. You can’t expect it to be amazing knowing that but some people are just spoiled and never satisfied. It depicts the obsession a certain folk have with black people wanting to live the American Dream just like them. The lengths that they will go to just to stop us from prospering. Most normal people of every color will enjoy it knowing they are nothing like the character in real life but obviously the disturbed low key racist ones will not. When you are a “Karen” (male or female) then of course you will do all you can to mislead people into thinking this movie is bad. If you don’t have something to watch tonight this will fill the void. Enjoy.
Sat, 25 Sep 2021 00:28:09 GMT
7. Unbelievable - I can’t believe this movie was actually made. I thought maybe it would be satirical but no, they’re dead serious. I don’t understand how people don’t realize movies like this promote racism and push differing races even further apart. We’ve gone from trying to do a better job understanding the problems of minorities, to full blown hating white people and blaming them for everything. Everything is about race now. All it does is foster hate. Regardless of all that, this movie is terrible. Poorly written, acted, etc
Fri, 24 Sep 2021 01:23:55 GMT
8. If you’re offended, you probably should be - The mere fact that nosey racists like the “ Karen” and “Brad” exists and “Certain” people are more offended at seeing a movie about them is hilarious. Talk about peak sensitivity. The fact that their behavior is so out of control that it can be channeled into a horror thriller shows the REAL problem here. And expected the hit dogs came to holler
Tue, 21 Sep 2021 20:30:00 GMT
From director-writer-producer Todd Field comes TÁR, starring Cate Blanchett as the iconic musician, Lydia Tár. The film examines the changing nature of power, its impact and durability in our modern world.
Release date: 2022-10-07 $9.99
1. Astonishing - Pitch perfect tone optics arranging of sensory intellect. A masterpiece of masterpieces on every level. An griping introspection of intrigue through the avatar of desire, brilliance and belief. Radical satisfaction from its first frame into its last. Much gratitude for all the calibrations it took to achieve this colossal magnum opus.
Mon, 06 Feb 2023 06:58:40 GMT
2. Great soundtrack but… - This is one of those late in the year Oscar submissions that comes out around the time of year where the movie studios can claim the “critics agree…” this and “Oscar-worthy…” that. All while keeping the advertising budget before the end of the year low and wait until awards time to remind us this film is deserving of a watch if you haven’t already. But it hasn’t been released in enough areas to get great box-office numbers compared to the other films. Limited release late in the year usually means the politics of how Oscar nom’s work. Hollywood pats itself on the back and more deserving films and actors get overlooked because their producers didn’t play the Awards Game or they didn’t cast an actor the studio wanted in the role. Even after all of that I wrote above, this film DID cast the actor the director wanted for this film. He was quoted in saying that had she said “no” to the role, this film would not have been made. It was on a limited release seeing as this film isn’t geared towards a large market of those hitting the theaters even before Covid. It is a slow drama that I have had to watch on a streaming network twice now due to the first time it was too late at night to try to watch something so slow. I love the music. I listen to everything and I used to work for my local symphony right out of high school. The music was recorded as it was played in the scene and it is beautiful, if classical is your thing. More specifically Mahler’s th. I put that there as I learned back then that classical concert goers have specific tastes when it comes to composers. Not everyone is into the Romanticism as it tends to drag a bit. But for those who loved it, Mahler was the one who drew the crowds. Me, personally: Stravinsky, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, even Copeland. But I tend to avoid Mahler, Liszt and the likes as it makes me sleepy. Hence why I had to watch twice. We have seen the abusive conductor film before when a foul-mouthed J.K. Simmons played a Jazz Orchestra conductor who physically and verbally abused a great and painful-looking performance out of Miles Teller’s character on drums. The story of this film isn’t even terrible. It just isn’t a story that really keeps you hooked. The suspense is too subtle. It is a work of fiction so I believe the script could have added a bit more intensity in the drama sprinkled about to keep me hooked. If the story itself as a whole had as much intensity as the orchestra and Cate Blanchett’s facial expressions, it would be a -star. The dislike of this film isn’t even due to it being a female lead Summed up: slow story, great music, strong acting from everyone, needs more intensity to keep me interested or just some kind of side story as behind the scenes of a professional orchestra has a weird world that could be stuffed into a movie to keep the audience interested.
Tue, 31 Jan 2023 06:48:22 GMT
3. Great Disappointment in many regards - After all the publicity and accolades that this movie received, I was curious. As someone in the classical music field, I was very disappointed about the fictitious character and script. For someone who watches this movie, please be adviced that the position, function and personality of a conductor in the real world is NOT what this movie portrays: e.g. in today's world a conductor or music director does NOT have the power to select an additional work to be recorded for a CD project in a few days, and also would not be able to bring a new soloist to perform on this recording without planning, negotiations, contracts etc. etc. Cat Blanchett is at her best, no question, but her talent is wasted on a boring, lenghty dialog. There is superficial treatment on the many subplots, so the viewer - if not familiar with the workings of an orchestra, of musicians, of managers etc. - gets confused. I consider this fabricated character an insult to the real artists mentioned briefly in the movie, e.g. Bernstein, Furtwängler, Karajan, who would have something meaningful to say to the students at Juilliard School instead of the self-indulging, pseudo-intellectual speech this Tàr produces.
What is this movie really about: struggle of a female conductor to work in a world of men? Her sexual preference? Her (only hinted, but not shown) abusive power over "underlings"?
The cinematic efforts are rudimentary. The only sudden discovery is the young Russian cellist who auditions and gets to play the Elgar Concerto: she is not an actress pretending to be a musician, but the real thing! Congratulations to her!
Wed, 18 Jan 2023 16:39:44 GMT
4. Boring boring boring - What a pretentious film, full of stilted monologues and ridiculously implausible characters. Cate Blanchett doesn't "play" Lydia Tár, she portrays her, and barely better than some freshman drama student. Virtually all of the supporting roles were played better and more believably. Aside from an extremely boring script and uninspired execution, Cate Blanchett should not become her own caricature.
Fri, 13 Jan 2023 16:09:31 GMT
5. Tricked - The five star reviews are a joke. Someone had to pay them.I feel tricked into watching what I thought was a awful movie. What was the point. Nothing is every spelled out, all just alluded too. And the ending was just shocking. Too sit there for over two hours of enduring a pointless movie. The ending just makes you see how you have been played a fool.
Wed, 11 Jan 2023 20:13:59 GMT
6. Good but not for everyone - I just saw this last night. At a special screening. Cate Blanchett was there too. Plus Todd Field. The Director. I really liked it. It’s slow in the beginning but intensifies as it goes along. I was literally captivated by Cate’s performance. She held me in my seat. I needed to even go to the bathroom at one point but couldn’t. I didn’t want to miss anything. Todd Field is a very nice guy too. Besides being very talented. Cate was too.
Mon, 09 Jan 2023 10:37:58 GMT
7. A Masterpiece - I saw this with my friends in tbe theatre and we all went straight back to see it again. Todd Field has delivered a film that rewards patience and that speaks brilliantly to the incongruity of power. How it corrupts all who hold it. This examination is exacted with the utmost precision by polymath Field, and of course Lydia Tár herself, as portrayed by polymath Blanchett. This is an American film that feels as if it was made by a European. A absolute miracle of a film.
Thu, 05 Jan 2023 12:52:25 GMT
8. A ball of mental state confusion - Ummmmm yeah, where do I begin I definitely did NOT like the beginning it was lagging this movie was a bit confusing was the team trying to fire cate cause she wasn’t stable even though she didn’t act crazy then. However the best part of the movie was when she went Bachy crazy and dived into the floor and started acting nutty I’m sorry I couldn’t help but to laugh , but yet highly embarrassing at the same time
And why did she seem strange and puke when the woman picked ? So on a scale of - I’d give this a ()… I’m glad I decided to rent it in other words I definitely will never own this movie
Thu, 15 Dec 2022 03:48:55 GMT
After more than thirty years of service as a top naval aviator, Pete “Maverick” Mitchell (Tom Cruise) is where he belongs, pushing the envelope as a courageous test pilot. Yet, Maverick must confront the ghosts of his past when he returns to TOPGUN to train a group of elite graduates and comes face to face with Lt. Bradshaw (Miles Teller), the son of his former wingman "Goose". Bitter rivalries ignite as the pilots prepare for a specialized mission which will require the ultimate sacrifice f...
Release date: 2022-05-27 Genre:Action & Adventure $19.99
1. Low Gun - Ultra stupid movie. He climbs out a window when his GF's daughter gets home. His motorcycle is parked out front. They have a grand plan and we're told it includes two miracles to work. That's not a plan. That's how a meth-adict does things, and always fails. And (spoiler alert) two pilots get shot down behind enemy lines in the forested mountains, find each other in -seconds, both uninjured, uncpatured, and undead. How do they escape? They just go get another plane. It's nothing really. Bullet Train is way better, knows it's just silly fun, and it's even unintentionally slightly more plausible.
Sat, 04 Feb 2023 02:36:44 GMT
2. Top Gun Jr High - These adult pilots act and hold grudges like it’s jr high school. Old storylines for kids who didn’t see this when the original came out. I haven’t seen the end but can already tell Maverick will either save the life of Goose’s son or sacrifice himself to save him, which would make him square with Goose son. We could launch a thousand tomahawk middles that would overwhelm the air defense against this ‘’ unknown’’ enemy country( laughable). Must be a lot of young kids liking this movie or old adults who love nostalgia of the s. They just do happen to have a f- plane…fully filled sitting there. Too convenient/easy
Mon, 30 Jan 2023 08:00:53 GMT
3. Dreadful - I'm not sure this was worth $.. Hard to tell which was worse... the acting, the script, or just the acting and the script. I think Tom Cruise is made of plastic and his "acting" if you can call it that is embarrassing. I felt so bad for Jennifer Connelly having to kiss a mannequin. And what''s with that body and face of his? Sponsored by Monsanto methinks. Awful awful awful. Pray for cleansing fire.
Thu, 26 Jan 2023 13:36:35 GMT
4. Impressive. I was not expecting much from this… - I really went into this skeptical that all the hype would be worth the watch. I had a chance to stream it free on the network app with the fancy bird as its mascot ;) I was actually shocked that I liked this movie so much. I will say this next part and probably get judged by you quietly in your heads: I hated the original Top Gun. Yeah, I said it. Absolutely never could sit still long enough to even finish the movie. I felt the film was undeserving of the fanatical following and quoting of that movie. That being said, this movie is the one I would recommend for those who maybe felt the same about the original as I, whether you tried to watch or not- just ignore it and watch this one. It will literally fill you in on what you need to know going into this film through little bits hear and there in this movie. Even the really quotable line from the original… you heard the line. We all heard it before many times. The fun backstory on the secret experimental jet in the beginning is that they had to build a full scale replica at the airfield, mock-up only, made of wood and paint. Foreign governments were trying to retask satellites to get a glimpse of it. Because in the film world, if you practical effects look so good people want to steal it, replicate it, or actually see it as a threat to National security- then you know you did your job well and wish it had more screen time. The movie overall is a good pace. It never felt like it dragged on too far when they were on the ground not doing pilot stuff. The action in the air is so good. It is so realistic and drops you into the cockpit. The freakin’ views are amazing, especially running through the start of the main mission. I am not a fan of Tom Cruise as much as I am a fan of the movies he happens to be in with other actors, but this is a pretty good movie with him in it and the cast, new and returning, was well picked.
Tue, 10 Jan 2023 07:12:54 GMT
5. It’s ok, but way way overrated - This was a decent movie, that’s it. The first top gun,however, was on another level. The weakness here was the story and casting. The flying scenes were awesome. The score was there. The movie looked great visually. Tom Cruise himself as good. But holy cow is this is over-hyped. There are too many positive reviews. Did the scientology army help? Smells fishy with all the hype surrounding this. This movie IS NOT what is all hyped up to be, period.
Thu, 29 Dec 2022 15:51:45 GMT
6. Miles Great balls on fire!!! - You shake my nerves and you rattle my brain too much love drives a man insane you broke my will but what a thrill goodness gracious, great balls on fire! I laughed at love ‘coz I thought it was funny. You came along and you moved me, honey I’ve changed my mind this love is fine Goodness gracious, great balls on fire! Kiss me, baby Mmmmh, it feels good hold me baby well, I’m off to love you like a lover should Oh! You’re fine, so kind. Got to tell this world that you’re mine, mine, mine, mine I chew my nails and then I twiddle my thumbs I’m real nervous, but it sure is fun. Come on, baby you drive me crazy Goodness gracious great balls on fire! [ ] Well, kiss me, baby Mmmmh, it feels good hold me baby, well I’m off to love you like a lover should you’re fine, so kind. Got to tell this world that you’re mine, mine mine, mine. I chew my nails and I twiddle my thumbs real nervous, but it sure is fun Come on, baby you’re driving me crazy Goodness gracious, great balls on fire!
Wed, 28 Dec 2022 16:26:59 GMT
7. Spot on - Congratulations, first time since Alvin and the chipmunks I have seen a movie with a sequel as good as this one. I’m very critical of movies that get to corny or are predictable but this one passes with flying colors (No pun intended). You will really get a taste of all the emotions in this one, and does not dwell on one for too long or characterize it into oblivion. Truly a job well done and (don’t tell Apple) I would’ve spent more for the experience not that bucks is cheep for a renting. I hope you enjoy it as much at I did, no matter what your views on politics these days you’ll be tearing up and bleeding red white and blue until you go for your next Twitter hit :). Love to all the Vets out there I know this hits home for some of you, God Bless the USA and everyone that resides within her freedom loving borders, / an ACE for TopGun Maverick!!!
Tue, 27 Dec 2022 04:16:05 GMT
8. Simply awesome movie - This is the second best movie I've seen in the last twenty years and was exponentially better than the first Top Gun. This movie needs the biggest HDTV you can afford and a monster sound system. I get the chills from the first notes of the opening credits every single time I watch this movie.
Wed, 14 Dec 2022 20:06:37 GMT
Based on the bombshell New York Times investigation, She Said follows the remarkable true story of how reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor went from underdogs to inspirations by shattering the silence surrounding sexual assault in Hollywood. Determined to expose the truth many fear to tell, Megan and Jodi's partnership shakes up the system, empowering courageous women to retake their strength through stories of survival in this extraordinary film from Emmy®-winning director Maria Schrader, f...
Release date: 2022-11-18 $19.99
1. It was meh but it’s startling what is being said in the reviews - This whole movie was about women being belittled, not believed, tossed aside and used…but you come to the reviews and people are victim blaming ANYWAY? Their reviews have nothing to do with the movie and everything to do with the fact women DARED to call out a powerful man in Hollywood. It is sad. What kind of world are they creating for their own daughters? All of that aside, personally…I felt the movie was stiff…that it didn’t really find its voice and direction until the second half. It wasn’t GREAT. It wasn’t bad either. But I’m leaving stars because if people are giving star just because they don’t like that women speak, you have to offset that.
Mon, 06 Feb 2023 08:08:01 GMT
2. A movie made by Hollywood for Hollywood. - It shows the great age we live in, where the worst thing that can happen is you get a sexual advance. If you are in a Hollywood centric career and feared backlash or being ostracized by your industry, then we know the price for your silence…a job in Hollywood. Remember Schindler’s List, The English Patient, Saving Private Ryan? Those were films with a message/high stakes. The rule in screenplay writing is you start with a small peak and keep upping the stakes until you reach the climax(denouement) and end the film but this just keeps a flat level with speed bumps for turning points. Make a documentary film about the subject, not a Hollywood movie/film.
Sat, 04 Feb 2023 15:04:42 GMT
3. One of the Best films to end Trump and every other Predators in the Hollywood light. - These are real stories, and are not to be mute. It’s great and a strong film. Continue to speak heaven on predators in Hollywood. How power by men and women in the light can be abuse and be paid by/to control to keep their narrative pure. When I’m reality it’s sick, sick in the head to support. Great film that was ever to be created.
Tue, 17 Jan 2023 22:41:13 GMT
4. Fantastic! - I almost didn’t watch this because I just didn’t want to hear anything else about Weinstein and his vile behavior, however the trailer peaked my curiosity. Brilliant film and solid acting. Well told story. Worth watching. I forgot he went to prison. There is just so much happening these days, it’s difficult to keep up with it all. Watch this film, you will be disturbed but not disappointed.
Wed, 21 Dec 2022 04:39:00 GMT
5. Excellent film - In the sea of modern trash filmmaking, I’m glad to see a decent film again. Like someone else said—it has a similar style like Spotlight. Kept me interested the entire time. Don’t write this one off until you see it for yourself. It was worth the watch, and I will revisit in the near future.
Thu, 15 Dec 2022 06:11:55 GMT
6. Please don’t believe these misogynistic jerks…. - Great movie! Had the same undertones as Spotlight. Not as good as Spotlight but still very good. Can’t believe some jerk actually used the term “buyers remorse” to insinuate that the women who were abused by Weinstein deserved what they got. I hope the men or women saying these things don’t have daughters.
Fri, 09 Dec 2022 03:40:30 GMT
Jonathan Majors (Creed III) and Glen Powell (Top Gun: Maverick) star in the epic and inspirational true story of two elite US Navy fighter pilots who helped turn the tide in the most brutal battle in the Korean War: Jesse Brown, the first Black aviator in Navy history and his fellow fighter pilot and friend, Tom Hudner. Their heroic sacrifices and enduring friendship would ultimately make them the Navy's most celebrated wingmen.
Release date: 2022-11-23 Genre:Action & Adventure $19.99
1. Glad I rented. - Most of the action is in the previews. First hour is very slow. Eventually, I skipped a part of second half to get to the planes combat footage. Midway was so much better than this waste of time. Naturally, rotten tomatoes gives it a high score and because of this, it has a good chance of winning best movie award.
Sun, 29 Jan 2023 17:37:28 GMT
2. Great movie about a Great Pilot - As someone who has served in the Navy, I was blown away at how great this movie was! It was well done and everything looked authentic! The cinematography was great! I am surprised that I had never heard this story before! I wished that I had! I was certainly very happy that I bought it and wasn’t disappointed at all! I do recommend this to all those that have served! To those that wrote negative reviews about this film: It wasn’t just about racism, it was about two pilots becoming friends and about a husband and wife’s love for each other!
Tue, 10 Jan 2023 03:45:46 GMT
3. It’s not a bad movie, but it’s not a good movie either - I read the book that the film was based on a week prior to the film’s release. I had high expectations that certain parts of the book would have been mentioned in the film. However only a few was mentioned, to almost none at all. I understand not everything from a book can be put into a film, but I believe that certain parts of the book could have given the viewers a better understanding of why it was put in or connect with the narrative better. But as the saying goes if a movie is based off a book, “The book is better than the movie.” Other than that, action scenes were decent for a war film; the relationship between the main characters were ok… Will I watch it again? Not really, but I’m willing to give the film another chance.
Tue, 06 Dec 2022 18:06:37 GMT
4. One of the best adaptations of real events! - This is possibly the most beautifully shot and written movie of the year especially with the Skyraider scenes. The acting performances from Jonathan Majors and Glen Powell are absolutely phenomenal and will leave you clinging on every word. This is a truly fantastic adaptation from Adam Makos book based on the real life events.
Wed, 30 Nov 2022 13:37:32 GMT
5. NAVAL AVIATION HISTORY - Dear America… This true story epic film; based on the book “DEVOTION”, by Adam Makos can be described in one word: SACRED. It is the story of the First African-American Naval Aviator, Ensign Jesse Leroy Brown, U.S.N. and the relationship that is created with his devoted friend and fellow squadron (VF-) mate, Captain Thomas Jerome Hudner Jr., U.S.N. (Ret.). The film captures every emotion and draws in the viewer to a different time during the first year of the Korean War - .
With the very limited use of CGI or special digital effects; the film incorporates the use of actual airworthy military aircraft of the era. Six Corsairs, one Bearcat, one Skyraider, an early design HOS- helicopter, and even a jet-powered MiG-. The aerial cinematography is truly amazing and very impressive. The true essence of the story definitely comes alive on the Big Screen. You will not be disappointed; but will be extremely overwhelmed by the immense human emotional drama unfolding before your eyes. This is the film that epitomizes the word “brotherhood”. A group of young men placed in war; working together as one.
“DEVOTION”… a tale of U.S. Naval Aviators fighting for each other’s survival; as well as their Duty, Honor, and Commitment to their country in time of war. May God Bless All of those who have served our Nation in the past, present, and in the future. They are the REAL heroes… we all thank them for their service.
Tue, 29 Nov 2022 03:40:03 GMT
From Searchlight Pictures and writer-director Martin McDonagh (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri) comes a unique feature film starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson. Although small-town neighbors Pádraic (Farrell) and Colm (Gleeson) have a lifelong friendship, they find themselves at a sudden impasse that brings alarming consequences for both of them. Colm has announced that he no longer wishes Pádraic to speak to him, insisting he will cut off one of his own fingers every time thi...
Release date: 2022-10-21 $14.99
1. Very Sad with a very bland ending. - I was disappointed by this film. It had, in my opinion, a very silly and unrealistic story line. I kept waiting for something that never came. Colin Farrell was fantastic and he carried the movie. But the other characters brought little to the story. And mostly, I hate seeing animals harmed or die in movies. If you want to feel depressed or intensify your depression, then this is the movie for you.
Sun, 29 Jan 2023 04:13:09 GMT
2. Yes, but... - I bought this before I watched it based on the great reviews, topnotch cast, and the amazing cinematography. Now that I've seen it, all that is true, but the boring and repetitive storyline goes on and on. Seriously I'll never watch this again unless SNL or someone does a good spoof of it.
Tue, 24 Jan 2023 00:56:23 GMT
3. I don’t see the point! - I will not reveal the storyline but…… Nope, a waste of my money and my time. Never really had a meaning other than cranky people getting on each other’s nerves! There is enough of this frustration in our Real Lives. I wish I could get my rental money back. Ps. My wife didn’t much care for it either!
Thu, 19 Jan 2023 16:33:16 GMT
4. Awful, dark, disturbing, pointless - A bleak and dark movie that is disturbing. Where is the joy in watching a movie like this? With the current world in shambles this is the last thing you want to spend your time and money watching. No joy, sad and disturbing. Don’t watch it unless you want to feel miserable and sick for the rest of the day.
Mon, 16 Jan 2023 10:51:54 GMT
5. MISLEADING & POTENTIALLY TRAUMATIC - SPOILER ALERT: In an effort to help prospective viewers make an informed choice, this review contains details that might be considered to be spoilers. PURPOSE OF THIS REVIEW: This is primarily intended to be informative for those considering watching this movie who (like me) are more sensitive, and sometimes experience significant adverse effects from viewing graphic violence, particularly in an unexpected context. That said, I acknowledge that we are just one end of the audience spectrum. If, on the other hand, you have no qualms with the graphic violence in films such as “Hostel,” “The Human Centipede II,” “Ichi the Killer,” “I Spit on Your Grave,” etc., then this review probably contains nothing you’ll consider worth your time, and instead will likely strike you as the whinings of a cinematic wimp. Possibly the only reason you might want to read on (and even this would be a stretch) is if you’re closely connected to someone like those of us in the first camp, and you want to try to understand them better. But most of you are likely in-between these polar opposite positions. So for you, the usefulness of this review will be determined as you read it REVIEW PREFACE: After many years of film watching, many of us will have at least one experience of viewing something we wish we hadn’t. With age and experience, we become better at detecting such films in advance to prevent subjecting ourselves to the negative impact they would otherwise have upon us. Viewers of course have different levels of sensitivity and tolerance for what might be considered disturbing content. But thankfully for more sensitive viewers, films with this type of content (such as most movies about slavery, war, professional killers, or fictional horror) are generally at least somewhat upfront about their nature, so we can make informed choices. But even sensitive viewers who are quite knowledgeable and experienced might be caught off guard by “The Banshees of Inisherin.“ REVIEW: Many critics and some viewers praise this film because it is finely crafted in almost every way: acting, dialogue, storytelling, score, cinematography, and more. Also, some appear to see it as a type of anti-war allegory (although rather specific to the context of the Irish civil wars). But if you skim through the reviews of us regular viewers, you can quickly see that most of us have negative criticisms of this movie. And it’s not because we take issue with the quality of the filmmaking. Conversely, it’s because of it being so artfully-made that it’s such a, well… disappointment, at best… but for more of us, a deceptively dreadful and brutal sucker-punch adding up to a profoundly regrettable experience. While the synopsis does mention the potential of violent self-harm, the tone of the trailer -- and most of the first two thirds of the film -- is that of a nuanced and somewhat comedic character study of two long-time friends having a falling out. And even when the Brendan Gleeson character finally follows through with his threat and cuts off one of his fingers, the film’s tone up to that point suggests that this could be a turning point with some kind of redemption or reconciliation. But whatever good faith has been built up thus far only deepens the sense of betrayal caused by what follows. By the time he proceeds to chop off all his fingers from one hand, hurl them against the front door of the Colin Farrell character (resulting in, among other things, a beloved donkey choking to death from trying to eat one of the severed fingers), and parade his bloody stumps in the foreground of subsequent scenes, many of us will be brutalized -- or even traumatized -- by the sudden graphically violent content and the shocking shift in tone. And as ridiculous as the events I’ve described above might sound, these scenes are in no way portrayed as comedic, but are instead soberly and repulsively realistic. And from there, it gets worse. The bottom line is that the film presents itself as quirky but humorous entertainment well into the second half until it quickly becomes profoundly grim, violent, gory, and hopeless. Those responsible might believe that the end (an anti-war statement?) justifies the means, but I wrote this review because I felt compelled to warn more sensitive viewers about the misleading and potentially traumatizing nature of this film.
Fri, 13 Jan 2023 13:51:25 GMT
6. Good performances weak screenplay unpleasant watch - Anyone buying or renting this film needs to first know that The Banshees of Inisherin is not a particularly pleasant watch. The earlier portions of the film feature regional (Irish) humor which does not always translate to other cultures, and quite frankly my viewing audience in the theater was silent despite some describing this as a comedy. Later in the film the violent aspects are over-the-top bizarre, and disconnected tonally with the early narrative that was developing. All performances were solid, and this is keeping with Martin McDonagh's consistent willingness throughout his filmography to allow quality actors to display their chops. However, that does not translate into an enjoyable or even engaging viewing experience in this fiilm.
Sat, 24 Dec 2022 16:44:00 GMT
7. I mean.. - I mean, I wasn’t bored throughout it. But for some unbelievably stupid reason, I thought there’d be a point at the end of the film that would be made obvious to us. Nope. After going online and reading about it, it’s apparently about some Irish civil war thing from the s. So, I guess, keep that in mind and maybe it wont feel so pointless to you like it did for me, and many others..
Fri, 23 Dec 2022 11:36:47 GMT
8. Save your money only - I wish I could get my money back because this film is horrible in my opinion and the one interesting character is female, so guess how central she is to the story. The film feels like a betrayal and so is story itself. It is not worth your time in my opinion. I've asked for a refund. I don't want to see it in my Apple library and I wish I could "unsee" whatever I've already seen of it.
Sun, 18 Dec 2022 21:34:15 GMT
Leslie (Andrea Riseborough) is a West Texas single mother struggling to provide for her son (Owen Teague) when she wins the lottery and a chance at a good life. But a few short years later the money is gone and Leslie is on her own, living hard and fast at the bottom of a bottle as she runs from the world of heartbreak she left behind. With her charm running out and with nowhere to go, Leslie is forced to return home to her former friends Nancy and Dutch (Allison Janney, Stephen Root). Unwelcome...
Release date: 2022-10-07 $14.99
1. Raw... But beautiful - This movie is what I call a "tough watch". It's so well acted (by all the actors - Owen? Amazing!!) that you have to wonder how they took themselves to this place for the duration of the filming. It's a poignant story of someone just making a series of bad decisions and those that have to deal with the repercussions as well as those that unwittingly facilitate the disease. Or, maybe they know. This movie is worthy of all the buzz is getting.
Sun, 05 Feb 2023 14:30:04 GMT
M. Night Shyamalan brings together two of his standout original films—Unbreakable and Split— in this explosive comic book thriller. Elijah Price, also known as Mr. Glass (Samuel L. Jackson), finds David Dunn (Bruce Willis) pursuing Kevin Wendell Crumb's superhuman figure, The Beast (James McAvoy), in a series of escalating encounters. Price, armed with secrets critical to both men, emerges as a shadowy orchestrator.
Release date: 2019-01-18 Genre:Thriller $4.99
1. Okay, ... and from this director, ... more dark than hopeful - A nice remake and not surprisingly more mentally challenging, more twists and turns, and an interesting final twist that might allow for a version , , ... additions. Great to see the older actors from the orginal wtih Bruce Willis playing a less central role here and as with many movies of him more recently, ... either limited role or terrible pairing and quality. I'd wait weeks or months as the money spent here was too much for the value returned. ..
Sat, 19 Jun 2021 00:48:59 GMT
2. An Unfortunate Step Back - Glass unfortunately underwhelms in its climax, sadly dragging down three stellar performances from its leads McAvoy, Willis and Jackson, and admittedly solid direction from M. Night Shyamalan—a largely disappointing end to the Unbreakable trilogy, even if the movie is well-made on a technical level. After looking like he was taking large steps forward with his last two films, Night has stumbled with this one.
Tue, 05 Jan 2021 21:14:13 GMT
3. Impressed - I used to watch the super friends as a child. I reads comics too. I’m really impressed with all three of these movies. At first I took it as a one off. When the second one launched James Mcavoy is one hell of a actor. My god that dude seems legitimately crazy. How he switches personalities on the fly. Dude is scarred. This trilogy is a impressive take on the hero genre. The director is clever. If you’re expecting marvel bubble gum junk where the hero’s are high fiving each other and trying to act cool this movie isn’t for you. But if you want to explore what makes a person a hero. Or what has happened to someone that they have turned evil. This movie is a great exploration. It’s different and refreshing. I’m not even sure this is based on a comic book. I’ve had this movie for a couple of years and never watched it. It’s truly a gem. Don’t watch it until you watch the first two. You can still figure it out, but it’s just better when you understand the development of the character. I don’t know if he will do another movie. I want one but if he left it at three it would be a perfect ending. I’m greedy. I’d like to see what’s next though.
Wed, 29 Jul 2020 03:45:23 GMT
4. M. Night's worst film since the Happening - When i saw the first trailer for M. Night Shamalyan's new entry Glass it exceed my expatations well i mean the trailer looked like a professional thriller and it was a well written superhero movie. But i saw Glass and it's far beyond that Spider-Man formula when you introduce other villians that have no motivitation or story behind them. Glass is such a disappointment unlike The Happening that movie was awful and terrible but Glass managed to be worse than i thought it would be and it was terrible than i thought. This movie failed because this movie was part of the M. Night Troilgy along with Split and Unbreakable and this third enstallment is a waste of time and money.
Fri, 26 Jun 2020 22:18:54 GMT
5. Don’t underestimate this film - I have seen all of the other films and I saw this one in the the theater and at first I was not sure where it was going to go. Role always there is a surprise twist I didn’t expect and I’m so glad it was filmed the way it was. I hope there is another film because this series is just brilliant!
Sun, 05 Jan 2020 04:23:53 GMT
6. I dig it! I want to see more. - It seems to me that Shyamalan's vision for these movies - and something that is reiterated throughout both Unbreakable and Glass but still doesn't sink in with some viewers - is that this is what it might look like if people had more plausible super-powers. It's the story of what inspires larger than life myths and stories like Hercules or Superman. When you can get past the typical superhero audience expectations and tropes and focus on the 'real life' aspect of it, then I think the movie really shines. It's not about seeing a $ million dollar spectacle. The acting is solid, the story is interesting and Glass builds on both Unbreakable and Split in a really interesting way. I for one would like to see more from this 'world.'
Wed, 05 Jun 2019 14:06:18 GMT
7. Awesome movie! - Don’t listen to the critics, Glass is a great movie by itself and an nice end to the East Rail Trilogy. If you’re a fan a Shyamalan’s films then this one is right up your alley! I recommend watching Unbreakable and Split beforehand - but not necessary to understand or enjoy the plot. Highly Recommended Movie! OverseerXGlassXHoard
Mon, 03 Jun 2019 12:04:41 GMT
8. waste of time - it’s an awful movie using a mental disorder that stems from severe childhood trauma as a replacement for imaginative and truly creative thinking. there are much better movies to see that don’t fuel stigma that is so harmful for those with a dissociative disorder. the plot is awful and extremely predictable. overall, there is an abundance of movies that are way more worthwhile to spend your money on and invest your time into. don’t waste your time on another overused plot line that does nothing to better the viewer or those with the disorder.
Tue, 07 May 2019 02:18:29 GMT
A thoroughly cinematic drama, Elvis's story is seen through the prism of his complicated relationship with his enigmatic manager, Colonel Tom Parker. As told by Parker, the film delves into the complex dynamic between the two spanning over 20 years, from Presley's rise to fame to his unprecedented stardom, against the backdrop of the evolving cultural landscape and loss of innocence in America. Central to that journey is one of the significant and influential people in Elvis's life, Priscilla Pr...
Release date: 2022-09-26 $9.99
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Fri, 25 Nov 2022 05:19:30 GMT
2. Great Actor portraying Elvis - The King was my first idol as a little boy and I followed him until his death in . I was . I had the good fortune of visiting Graceland a few years ago but never did I know what an evil man the Colonel was. Elvis was the King, he crossed the racial divide as if it did not exist in his heart. A great movie, he was a great inspiration for all.
Thu, 03 Nov 2022 04:18:01 GMT
3. Ridiculous makeup - good movie - Great overall but the director clearly imposes his lifestyle choices on the subject of this film. The florrid makeup is a reflection of Baz Luhrmann and not Elvis Presley. Watch the comeback special (also available for purchase) and compare it to what Luhrmann has done. I have never been an Elvis fan but I respect the man. This purple eyeshadow / pink lipstick nonsense is an insult to the man.
Wed, 02 Nov 2022 22:38:43 GMT
4. Exceptionally great!!!! - This movie made me love Elvis and see how not only he was a great singer but an ABSOLUTE COMPLETE ARTIST. It really transports the viewer back in the days and show how elvis brought a new era to America with his talent. Austin butler portrait Elvis perfectly his sex appealing voice and good looking appearance. Amazing movie. I would see it times, !!!!
Fri, 23 Sep 2022 22:46:43 GMT
5. Absolute garbage... - I gave this movie about minutes and quit. This is NOT a film about Elvis. It's a disgrace to his name and his legacy. I turned it off once I heard that garbage rap music being played. Why oh why did the director think modern day garbage rap music would be good in a movie about Elvis and good ol Rock n Roll is beyond me. But one glance at the director and that spoke for itself. Baz Luhrman. Horrible director and horrible movie. I will be sure to stay FAR away from all of her movies. This woman cannot direct and she ruined a great singers legacy. Shame on the Presley family for signing off on this. I guess their inheritance ran out.
Tue, 20 Sep 2022 13:49:58 GMT
6. Best biopic to date! - This film captures all eras of Elvis but maintains the internal struggles he faced with his manager, drugs and more! Baz Luhrmann delivers with great cinematography, Austin Butler steals the show and makes you believe he is Elvis. Tom Hanks is solid as Tom Parker and the rest of the cast do an amazing job. Overall I highly recommend this film to anyone and hope to see Austin win an Oscar or award for his performance!
Wed, 07 Sep 2022 12:51:51 GMT
7. Horrible - Just Horrible - What a waste. Tom Hanks should just say “No” sometimes. Tom Hanks was Polar express channeling hard. Mess of a movie - guy did not look anything like Elvis. Kurt Russel and Kevin Costner did better Elvis impersonations in miles to Graceland. For those looking for a another Bohemian Rapsody just pass. Maybe watch for free on HBO max to mark it off the list, but waste of money if you pay for this. When you pay for it just remember, I told you so. The entire family thought is was awful, ranging from the Elvis age folks to the teens.
Mon, 05 Sep 2022 19:16:18 GMT
8. Not even close - Hip-hop has no place in a movie about Elvis. We never see him meet Scotty Moore, or any other of his band members. The climax of the film never even happened in real life. This is like an Elvis movie for people who know nothing about Elvis. Tom Hanks loses his accent half-way through the movie. This is essentially just . hours of watching a young man dance for two hours; Elvis was so much more than that. This fruitcake of a director should be ashamed of himself. It makes me sick to my stomach that so many people are giving this disasterpiece star ratings. This is insulting to any rock n roll fan.
Sun, 04 Sep 2022 00:15:49 GMT
Twenty years after their last holiday at a fading vacation resort, Sophie reflects on the rare time spent with her loving and idealistic father, Calum (Paul Mescal). At 11-years-old, as the world of adolescence creeps into view, beyond her eye Calum struggles under the weight of life outside of fatherhood. Sophie’s recollections become a powerful and heartrending portrait of their relationship, as she tries to reconcile the father she knew with the man she didn't, in Charlotte Wells’ superb ...
Release date: 2022-10-21 $19.99
1. A Payoff - Some may say slow, boring, or that nothing happens. You don’t need a film degree or a keen eye. There’s a lot happening here with very little dialogue. This is a film about images, memory, the unspoken, and the search for an answer (which we may or may not get, depending on the viewer). It’s not for everyone, and the payoff in the final five-ish minutes may leave you breathless (especially if you’ve experienced a similar loss).
Mon, 30 Jan 2023 02:47:16 GMT
A ticking-time-bomb insomniac (Edward Norton) and a slippery soap salesman (Brad Pitt) channel primal male aggression into a shocking new form of therapy. Together they create a new "fight club" where young men come to relieve their frustrations by beating each other to a pulp. Their concept catches on, with underground "fight clubs" forming in every town, until a sensuous eccentric (Helena Bonham Carter) gets in the way and ignites an out-of control spiral toward oblivion.
Release date: 1999-10-15 Genre:Thriller $4.99
1. pretty good / - i cant think of anything original to say, but the whole jack and tyler being the same person thing was v confusing tbh but other than that idk why ppl think women can’t like this movie like yea we can’t relate to it but we can like it??? but overall i love the overall theme and meaning of this film as well
Sun, 10 Apr 2022 03:07:35 GMT
2. Phenomenal Movie - This is probably my new favorite movie of all time. If you’re looking for a bunch of shirtless dudes beating the living crap out of each other you’ll get plenty of that, but that’s not the main focus of the movie. It poses a philosophical conundrum which calls into question what it means to be a man in the late th century. It is all executed perfectly through smart dialogue and an outstanding performance from Brad Pitt and Edward Norton. Please watch
Fri, 25 Dec 2020 19:21:01 GMT
3. First Rule of Fight Club Don't talk about Fight Club - Brad Pitt and Edward Norton had great Chimstery and even the movie was nasty and brutally violent this movie is sick and daring to watch it even had a great twist that will SHOCK YOU! David Fincher's Direction is simply creative and materialized and madhouse violence Fight Club is a powerhouse craze-mind movie
Sun, 15 Mar 2020 17:40:09 GMT
4. Sorry Brad it’s difficult to Not talk about Fight Club! - Fight Club was a Huge punch in the face of movies we thought we had known! Movies like this was a huge smack of fresh air from the Overly expensive Visuals of Star Wars Episode ! Brad Pitt and Edward Norton were At Threat Level Awesome performances! Fight over this movie just not literally!
Sun, 28 Jul 2019 00:28:36 GMT
5. Tyler D and Fight C - One of a lifetime movie. This review is being written years after the release of this masterpiece. I have loved this strange and deep movie for years upon years now. I always hope for some type of remake... but it could only be a lesser film. Brad Pitt and Edward Norton are forever etched into the power of this complex and brilliant experience that surpasses almost all current and good movies. Top ten films on a lot of people’s list. Including mine.
Sat, 21 Jul 2018 04:55:03 GMT
6. The ending is what is most relevant - To all the thieves and their jackals and the ones who pay them to surround their target to coverup the massive “Great Gatsby” heist called tech and the ideas stolen to get such great wealth, watch this movie and ask yourself this question as you may be one of those who are in on the take, the slowkill, the destruction of the mind so that what was memorized, not written down, cannot be recollected, such as a new way to do math, a better computer, a hack proof computing chip, etc, may I suggest you buy and pay for food-tasters the next time you buy or eat food somewhere? Do you really know the bartender or barista? When you are all thieves, thieves always go to the ones who pay more than the original contractor. You can’t trust anyone because it is your lifestyle and you assume because you are such scum, everyone else is just like you, like the scene at the end of the movie Enemy of the State or The Departed, is your soon to be final showdown, Scarface style. I’d say surrender, but maybe you should just swallow that poison pill inside your tooth, and you know who you are. I will immortalize you as the trash your life was in a book, a movie script and a song, as I am a world class musician too, by the way, all the way back to the original riff for Smells Like Teen Spirit. In death, nothing you can do about that as it will be immortalized and you will always be remembered for the monster your life was and the shame that will bring to your relatives, assuming you weren’t hatched in a pod. Carpe Diem.
Fri, 22 Dec 2017 09:31:52 GMT
7. "I want you to hit me... as hard as you can" - This was a really great movie. I had always heard of it but never got the chance to watch it. But recently I saw it at Wal Mart and thought "Eh ok I'll give it a shot." Bought it and went home and watched it. Loved this movie. At first it was a bit lame and then it got better then it just got weird and then BOOM! Twist at the end and that made the thrill and the intensity and the story line even better. In fact, if anybody didn't like this movie at first, I think their mind was changed after the plot twist toward the end of the movie. Really great movie. I recommend it for anybody!!!
Sat, 11 Feb 2017 22:32:35 GMT
8. I still don't understand this film at all. - The main message of this film was lost to me. Why? I am not sure because usually most films I can either relate to or understand in some manner. This film wasn't easily understandable or relatable for me personally. Now, I couldn't get this film, but I did notice the acting was terrific. Anyone else confused by Fight Club?
Sat, 28 Jan 2017 21:26:48 GMT
When Becca and Tyler are sent to their grandparents' secluded Pennsylvania farm for a weeklong stay, they quickly discover something is not right with the elderly couple. Faced with strange rules and increasingly frightening behavior, the children soon realize it will take all their wits to make it home alive. Critics rave, the latest heart-pounding thriller from the director of The Sixth Sense and Signs and the producer of Paranormal Activity and The Purge is a “deliciously creepy triumph.”...
Release date: 2015-09-11 Genre:Thriller $4.99
1. Glimpses of M. Night’s Old Form? - The Visit is not a great horror thriller by any means, but compared to the last four to five outings we’ve gotten from M. Night Shyamalan, try make this look like The Godfather. Did we actually get some of the old M. Night back? We got some good acting and solid, intense moments? Great. Except the found footage style is too disorienting to really focus on the film. Other than that, we may welcome Shyamalan back with open arms very soon.
Tue, 05 Jan 2021 21:12:14 GMT
2. Typical horror film not like Paranormal Activity - The Visit is worth the visit to watch but right after i found out that M.Night Shyamalan directed the film i was shocked that people say this is his breakout return to direct and i was speckital why. The Visit wasn't good but still it had a uncertian tone some of it was scary, funny, hailriously bad or a found footage thriller the film didn't know what it wanted to be so i treated like a comedy instead of being scared because this is not the film to be scared about.
Thu, 16 Jul 2020 19:35:35 GMT
3. I’m Obsessed with this movie - This movie was absolutely amazing! I literally want to watch it again, even though I watched it yesterday............I LOVE IT , I LOVE IT , AND I LOVE IT. An amazing plot twist too! You know when you find something to good, funny, scary, or gross you have to share it with someone. I want everyone I know to watch it! This movie has the perfect amount of funny and scary.
Thu, 25 Apr 2019 23:41:51 GMT
4. This wasn’t on my radar until after Glass - I guess you either loved or hated this movie. It’s got about an equal number of stars as stars at this time. Personally, I’m glad I found this little gem, and it was well worth the $. rental. I’d watch it again. I didn’t see the twist coming, and I thought the kids were great actors, & the material the kids were given reflected popular culture at the time the film was made. I had teenagers during that time, and it made sense to me. I liked how the trauma the kids went through after their father left came out in layers throughout the movie. It is true to how real people process or fail to deal with abandonment. If you are looking for a straight up horror flick, skip this one. To me, it was a great film.
Fri, 08 Feb 2019 16:12:03 GMT
5. This movie has it all! - Who ever enjoys a movie that contains everything - fun, emotion, sympathetic moments and also creepy horror - you have just discovered a little jewel. Of course, on the other hand, if you expect a classical, exchangable "number -horror-movie", better keep away - you will be disappointed. I liked everything about it. And the young cast of the two silblings is extraordinary!
Tue, 22 Jan 2019 13:45:03 GMT
6. Low budget film with some fine performances - This is a ‘found footage’ film with first person perspective hiding behind their camera throughout the ‘visit’, tediously opens after one hour of dull and boring visual tensions that leaves the audience looking for an elixir of cure. In a word, ‘classicism’ went out the door with this Director and his ethnically confused vision of theatrical freedom which seems to border on two standards of deviations that do not give credence to exploitations of cinematic standards. One, a college experiment low budget film unleashed from Hollywood standards, and two, the hope this film is sold to Blumhouse Productions. Ed Oxenbould ‘raps’ it up well with his defining linguistic word soup - “their throwing jade’ into this movie.
Some jump scares – great performances - not scary at all – entertaining –No encore here Watch it once, shame on Shamalan, watch it twice, shame on you!
Stay out of the oven with this one, lest you will burn your $ away! ./
Thu, 06 Sep 2018 19:39:54 GMT
7. Loved it - This is great! The twist is predictable. I thought about a plot like this if I were to make a movie. But it made me cry, get scared, laugh. It has underlying lessons about family. For those of you commenting about the boy’s rapping, I think he’s cute wannabe rapper. I have a year old who tries to be cool like that so I can relate.
Thu, 02 Aug 2018 21:21:45 GMT
8. why is this even a movie - I am disturbed by the fact that this is even a movie. the only jumpscare I though was when they opened there door to see their "grandma" butt naked. this could be considered pornography. I mean seriously. Also, what is the grandfathers deal with wiping dirt diapers on children? Seeing the white boy rap made me want to stab myself with a dirty, infected, butterknife used to cut slippery butter. M. Night must be from the psychiatric hospital thier grandparents atteneded. The fact that M. Night must really be into Grandma's butt is quite disturbing. please save your money, brain cells, and dignity. DO NOT WATCH!!! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
Sun, 06 May 2018 16:44:28 GMT
A deeply personal portrait of 20th Century American childhood, Steven Spielberg's The Fabelmans is a coming-of-age story about a young man's discovery of a shattering family secret and an exploration of the power of movies to help us see the truth about each other and ourselves. Inspired by Spielberg's own childhood, The Fabelmans is written by Spielberg and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tony Kushner (Angels in America, Caroline, or Change), who has earned Oscar nominations for his screenpla...
Release date: 2022-11-23 $19.99
1. Boring Art house movie - Long and boring art house movie. Some strange scenes with the mother such as dancing in front of car headlights in a see thru dress for an extended period of time. The mother character overall is very cooky. This is a Spielberg art house pet movie project about himself. This is meant for film students and those obsessed with Spielberg. It is not a film for the masses.
Thu, 29 Dec 2022 15:12:16 GMT
2. A Beautiful Film - The Fablemans moved me to tears. It is such a beautiful and personal story. I felt like I could relate to the characters. The struggles they go through and the stories they charge were all so realistic, heartwarming, and heartbreaking all at the same time. The movie tackles a lot of themes and does it so well, making it feel realistic in that nothing ends perfectly but there is always that bit of hope. This is a top-tier Spielberg movie. I love that he was able to look back on his own life with sincerity but also some humor and an understanding that no one is perfect but everyone has a story to tell.
Fri, 23 Dec 2022 06:52:37 GMT
3. Wonderful Film - I took my father who’s to see this in the theatre and we both really enjoyed it. I’m buying it so we can watch it again. Hopefully there will be more slice of life movies like this out of Mr. Spielberg as this was one of his best films. The cast and performances were all excellent.
Mon, 19 Dec 2022 04:55:40 GMT
4. Choices Others Make - A reminder that when an artist examines his/her own life, the story can get muddied by revisiting emotional experiences. The narrator here had no distance from the most upsetting parts of the story. There were confusings behaviors, (paper plates/plastic forks), that went unexplained until later. It was a personal & sensitive film cast with fine actors, but not ones who conveyed much warmth. The truly fascinating storyline concerned the young filmmaker learning his craft, yet the movie dwelled on the stressful family dynamics. It touched on so many themes: How divorce & secrets burden children, becoming an artist, anti-semitism, how film can change lives, why we have to question our beliefs, the desire to please, & individual selfishness, all big ideas that the ending didn't satisfy.
Sun, 18 Dec 2022 15:33:58 GMT
5. One of the year’s best films - Steven Spielberg has done it again with a semi-autobiographical coming-of-age story loosely based on his adolescence. In it, we witness year old Sammy Fabelman (played by a perfectly cast Gabriel LaBelle in a performance that will define his career) navigate his way through many challenges some of us may have faced in our lives, such as parental divorce, school bullying, among other things, in order to achieve his goal of becoming a filmmaker. Gabriel’s portrayal of the character shows raw emotion that makes you end up relating to and sympathizing with him through many of the scenes he’s in, and yep, you bet Sammy rules in the parts where he is filming with his camera and making his movies. This story, brought to life through a screenplay co-written by Spielberg and Tony Kushner, literally speaks to you and resonates with anyone of any age who aspires to be an artist in any field. The rest of the performances are terrific, with Michelle Williams as Sammy's mother Mitzi being a major standout, same with Paul Dano as Sammy's father Burt, and Judd Hirsch, who gives a memorable monologue as Sammy's great uncle Boris. These performances deserve tons of award nominations. The cinematography is beautiful, as we can all expect from the great Janusz Kaminski. John Williams' score, while a bit more subdued and minimalist this time due to it being mostly driven by piano, suits the film's uplifting tone, no matter what people think of it. The pacing at times can feel slow or fast, but that does not matter, as in the end, we must always trust Spielberg to give us such a powerful and uplifting story we all need right now. Highly reccomended.
Thu, 15 Dec 2022 19:40:16 GMT
6. Spielberg Strikes A Home Run - Not the biggest Spielberg fan. Fell asleep watching West Side Story, Close Encounters and E.T., but Fabelmans surprised and delighted me with its likable family, distinct personalities and swift storytelling. Beautiful comprehensive intimate family/coming of age film and never a dull moment (and I was anticipating this). Modern American cinema at its finest. Steven’s cool in my book now. Grade:
Thu, 15 Dec 2022 18:59:43 GMT
7. Spielberg’s Origin Story Hits Home - I’ve been obsessed with films since I was very small and throughout my life, Steven Spielberg has always been my guy. Ever since I saw ET for the first time, my mind has been fully wired in the art of cinema. The way I saw so much of myself in his new film, The Fabelmans, almost pained me. The moment of ignition, the fuse of artistic imagination expressed through time and wisdom. A passion of film that reaches a certain point where it’s all you can think of, all you can dream of. All consuming, yet withdrawn from those around you. I am not Steven Spielberg and will never be Steven Spielberg, but knowing his origins mirrored my own (wanting to recreate what I loved with a camera of my own, wanting to create art for others, etc) gives me a sense of wholeness. A childhood hero of mine reaching deeply into my soul, just to whisper “you have value”. I felt seen and heard in ways I hadn’t by a film in ages and seeing it again only solidified my thoughts. Spielberg’s origin story hits so close to home and I am incredibly thankful for him to have shared it with his longtime fans. “In this family, it's the scientists versus the artists. Sammy's on my side; he takes after me.”
Tue, 13 Dec 2022 15:15:17 GMT
8. Visionary - Is this Spielbergs best? No. Is it his most personal? Most definitely. I left in awe of his dedication to his art and how truly brilliant he is at what he does. What amazed me the most, though, and what made me love this movie, is that in showing us his brilliance and talent he also lets us see his flaws and the flaws of his family. His sister may be my favorite character.
Tue, 13 Dec 2022 07:22:40 GMT
"Bones and All" is a story of first love between Maren (Taylor Russell), a young woman learning how to survive on the margins of society, and Lee (Timothée Chalamet), an intense and disenfranchised drifter; a liberating road odyssey of two young people coming into their own, searching for identity and chasing beauty in a perilous world that cannot abide who they are.
Release date: 2022-11-23 Genre:Horror $19.99
1. A very challenging and intriguing movie… - While it strays from the nuances of the novel it is based on, Luca Guadagnino brings us into a very unique narrative and deftly continues to demonstrate his formidable control of direction and story. The acting is really the best aspect of this movie, and Taylor Russell is outstanding. She is just so natural and honest as a performer and I can’t wait to see more of her work in the future. Also, Timothee Chalamet and Mark Rylance truly inhabit the characters of Lee and Sully as well. Any if these characters could have veered into over the top hamminess if they were inhabited by lesser actors. Make no mistake, this is a very disturbing and raw movie and it is not for the squeamish but if you crave original and bold filmmaking and storytelling than this might be for you…
Fri, 16 Dec 2022 13:21:03 GMT
2. Gorgeous Middle American Cinema - Gory and beautiful, sweeping Americana. Great performances by Chalamet, Taylor Russell and Mark Rylance. Great score by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. Cool ’s vibe. A sumptuous feast for the senses. See It To Believe It. Kudos Luca Guadagnino Kudos! (And the Oscar goes to…)
Thu, 15 Dec 2022 17:42:08 GMT
3. Not what you expect… - This movie will make you flinch a couple times. It takes on opposite genres and does it in a way that’s very smooth and fitting. The whole thing is a metaphor for how addiction brings people together as well as tears them apart. More specifically, fetishism as addiction. Think about real life. If you’re into something out of the ordinary, it can be really hard to find someone you’re compatible with. What do you do when you finally find the person who makes you feel like you aren’t completely alone, and you both lose control of the situation? The movie does a perfect job of showcasing that and does not have a happy ending. I knew I loved the music throughout, but it wasn’t until the last song that I realized Nine Inch Nails actually does the entire score. You get to hear Trent Reznor sing an original that embodies our finale. “For a minute, just a minute, we made it feel like home.” The thesis of this movie is simple and classic, it’s better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.
Wed, 14 Dec 2022 19:56:04 GMT
Writer/director/producer M. Night Shyamalan returns with an original thriller that delves into the mysterious recesses of one man’s fractured, gifted mind. Though Kevin (James McAvoy) has evidenced 23 personalities to his trusted psychiatrist, Dr. Fletcher (Betty Buckley), there remains one still submerged who is set to materialize and dominate all the others. Compelled to abduct three teenage girls led by the willful, observant Casey (Anya Taylor-Joy, The Witch), Kevin reaches a war for survi...
Release date: 2017-01-20 Genre:Thriller $4.99
1. Best Shyamalan movie in a long time! - This is the second movie in a really dumb trilogy but the best thing is that you don’t need to see the first movie to know what’s going on! It’s a completely different story with different characters and James McAvoy does an INCREDIBLE job with his performance! I love psychological thrillers and this one is definitely a great one!
Wed, 08 Jul 2020 21:36:30 GMT
2. Remarkable - I'm not sure why some people don't respond well to McAvoy's acting here. I would go so far as to call it a tour de force. It's a shame genre films get snubbed by the Academy. At the very least he should have been nominated for this role. This film is a bit of a departure from the type of movies I normally enjoy but the twist here, again, as with Unbreakable, makes the movie something other than it seems on your first time watching it. Also, as with Unbreakable, I feel like that twist would have made the movie more enjoyable having known it at the start of the story and woven into the narrative more. It makes this movie much more rewatchable for me once I understand what's going on in the world the movie takes place in. As always, Shyamalan doesn't disappoint in character building and ambiance.
Wed, 05 Jun 2019 14:22:11 GMT
3. A Wasted Opportunity - SPOLER ALERT. Though the high quality acting was consistent, the storytelling diminished into cheap thrills and then, in the final moment, an unsatisfying reference to one of Shyamalan's other movies. So, in lieu of an actual conclusion, we get "beast on the loose" news footage and a hokey B-movie "gotcha"! This alone would have been frustrating but the effective and disturbing portrayals of child abuse demanded something equal to the caliber of the imagery. I do not mean that we - the viewer - need to be left feeling warm and fuzzy. The conclusion can be uplifting, sad, tragic - just something that ties the story and actually concludes and respects the viewer. In place of anything satisfying, we get a glance to a police officer, a look of concern on the officer's face and ambiguity that I gather we’re supposed to accept as “interesting” or “clever and ambiguous”. In many ways, the problem is rooted in the silly idea that the “Beast” spared her because of her abuse. In other words, it wasn’t Casey’s intelligence and fight that allowed her to survive – it was the fact that she lost enough clothes for the “Beast” to see her body (and the marks). There is a feminist argument to make here, but I primarily mean my critique to be centered on bad craft. What made Sixth Sense so powerful was the dedication to character, story, and journey. In this, Shyamalan sets up character and story and then disregards them for makeup and special effects. There is a reason all of his work is compared to “Sixth Sense”. It was good.
Fri, 30 Jun 2017 20:36:16 GMT
"Till" is a profoundly emotional and cinematic film about the true story of Mamie Till-Mobley’s relentless pursuit of justice for her 14-year-old son, Emmett Till, who, in 1955, was lynched while visiting his cousins in Mississippi. In Mamie’s poignant journey of grief turned to action, we see the universal power of a mother’s ability to change the world.
Release date: 2022-10-14 $9.99
1. No different than the movie on tv - The movie was horrificly awesome done, I think it should be REQUIRED for all school age children. I live in Mississippi, and for all those that say it's not racist here anymore- that is a BIG LIE! Sure there are whites with blacks just like most places now, but there are STILL those NASTY PEOPLE that HATE OTHERS JUST BECAUSE OF THEIR SKIN TONE, SERIOUSLY IS THAT IGNORANT OR WHAT!??? If this fact based movie does not bring you to tears & anger... This world is an evil place, until WE as PEOPLE treat ALL with RESPECT, KINDNESS, AND COMPASSION WE ARE DOOMED TO DESTROY ALL THAT GOD CREATED! MAY GOD BLESS EACH AND EVERY ONE, AND REMEMBER: YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL AS GOD CREATED YOU, AND NOBODY NEEDS TO APOLOGIZE FOR THE WAY GOD CREATED YOU TO LOOK!!! SKIN IS ONLY THE OUTER LAYER, WHAT REALLY MATTERS IS DEEP INSIDE- THE HEART & THE SOUL, IF YOU HATE AN ENTIRE RACE OF PEOPLE THEN SKIN IS THE LEAST OF YOUR PROBLEM!
Sat, 04 Feb 2023 17:15:05 GMT
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Sat, 03 Dec 2022 19:32:11 GMT
3. Historically factual - It was important to get to the story from the perspective of Emmett's mother. That said, I feel the producers could have spent more time on Medgar Ever's role and the overall message. It wouldn't have hurt to have spent more time on the brutality of the crime, but I think they wanted to keep the movie from being sensationalized.
Mon, 28 Nov 2022 23:48:59 GMT
Based on the groundbreaking best-selling book by Rhonda Byrne, The Secret: Dare to Dream follows Miranda (Katie Holmes), a young widow trying to make ends meet while raising her three children and dating her boyfriend (Jerry O’Connell). A devastating storm brings an enormous challenge and a mysterious man, Bray (Josh Lucas), into Miranda’s life. Bray reignites the family’s spirit but, unbeknownst to Miranda, also holds an important secret — one that will change everything. With its timel...
Release date: 2020-07-31 $12.99
1. Good movie - I feel like it was a low budget movie with the acting. Kinda pricy for what it was but maybe after the newness wears off it will become a . movie. Also wish there was more in the beginning of the movie to better explain what happened to her husband n how life was like before but that’s what gets u to watch the whole movie. Keeps u wondering but It was a good story line Kinda gets you thinking in real life of karma. It was a middle of the road movie kinda like a movie you’d watch or find on the lifetime movie channel lol
Sat, 10 Oct 2020 20:35:45 GMT
2. See What You Want & It's Possible - This was a surprisingly good movie about the power of visualization and just general kindness and warmth. Josh Lucas stole the movie in my opinion. He was charming and practically radiated this inner glow in every scene he was in. Katie Holmes, as always, brings a sweet and honest depth to her role. The children were also surprisingly interesting. The step-mom actress was excellent. The only thing I would say to change would maybe add more to Josh Lucas' character through flashbacks about his epiphany and why he embraces the life philsophy that he does. But I also like letting it be a mytery too, the art of going after what you want and attracting life by simply desiring things. Beautiful movie. Just give it a chance if you're on the fence about watching it. It can't hurt to see something about people being good to other people, for a change.
Mon, 05 Oct 2020 04:01:10 GMT
3. Better than expected... - Better than expected, but somewhat light on its feet given the context. Josh Lucas‘s character seemed more the embodiment and orator of the ideas of the story rather than an actual person, and some of the conversations between him and some of the other characters were a bit awkward and stilted.
Thu, 24 Sep 2020 18:47:03 GMT
4. Nope - We are in this together?? I’ll stick with supporting those who are showing compassion for the hardship that many of their fans are having by releasing movies with the option of $-$ to purchase/own not just rent. I won’t spend a dime on this movie or any other movie these leading actors and producers are in just on the principle for their lack of compassion and greed. I can afford to rent $ as I have been blessed to keep job security during this time and I pass those blessings on in my community, it’s about those families during this time that can barely afford their bills. Cut them some slack and start showing some compassion in your movie pricing options.
Thu, 03 Sep 2020 17:35:53 GMT
5. No good - Movie is not good. Don't drink the cool aid and don’t believe the lies the devil sells. False teachings. Demonic doctrine... read your Bible and stop letting the devil lie with the same trash he used on Adam and Eve. You’re human not the creator. Your words don’t create. We simply ask God and out of his Holy wisdom and sovereignty he will answer according to his purpose. Jesus Christ of the Bible is the only answer and he is the only way to happiness and true peace. You are worth so much because Jesus put a worth on you and he paid it with his own life for love out of you and me. Don’t drink the devils cool aid he’s lost the war but Jesus won the victory...
Thu, 03 Sep 2020 02:13:38 GMT
6. Just a good Feel Good movie!!! - Not great but good I would have gave this and a half stars but whatever anyway this is a pretty good feel good movie for the family I even would say it felt like watching instant family at moments but it more like most family dramdys are today and it ok I do highly recommend it to anyone who needs positivity I highly recommend it must buy!!!!
Tue, 25 Aug 2020 03:51:47 GMT
7. YES!! —LOVE THIS MOVIE!!! - I absolutely LOVE this movie! —Just the uplifting shot in the arm I needed!!! ...And this big Dawson’s Creek fan has ALWAYS had a big crush on Katie Holmes, WHATEVER she is doing!!! Josh Lucas is wonderful. E
—On the whole a terrificly sweet and mood lightening movie!! (—And, yes, I do now want to read up more on my old copy of “The Secret” Sorry! )
Sat, 15 Aug 2020 05:46:09 GMT
8. No one is force to rent - I understand the frustration of paying $ to rent a movie to watch but do people forget the current situation where the movie makers are doing this? No one is force to rent any movie and maybe practice patience when it’s available to purchase. You pay an average of $ for movie tickets per person but I rent this at home for people to watch in the confort of our own home. We even watched it multiple times and save money on gas and snacks at the theater. I read this book about years ago and my family enjoyed this movie. Worth it for us.
Mon, 10 Aug 2020 23:07:45 GMT