As much as I enjoyed Bohemian Rhapsody, after seeing Rocketman, I’m inclined to view the Rami Malik Oscar-winning flick as amateur filmmaking — odd, especially since Dexter Fletcher was involved in both movies, although his influence was far more noticeable and impactful on the new Elton John biopic.
Tomb Raider is more about Croft’s bravery, intelligence, and determination. In her first leading role post-Oscar win (for The Danish Girl), Alicia Vikander shines and her months of training for the role clearly paid off. She is almost too pretty for the role and when she was originally cast, many doubted that she could do it physically (no one doubts her talents as an actor). But she definitely proved everyone wrong.
RBG was released just a couple weeks after the record-breaking Avengers: Infinity War and, even though one is fact and the other is fiction, the two have more in common that one might expect for a documentary and a science-fiction/fantasy epic. They both feature superheroes, the woman at the center of RBG being much more of an unlikely one than the expected ones in Avengers.
I Feel Pretty is tailor-made to caused the audience to laugh till you cry and, if you’re a fan of Amy Schumer (as I am) you won’t be disappointed with her latest. Granted, she received some interesting negative comments when the trailer was first released.
Chappaquiddick may or may not be an accurate representation of what transpired over the course of approximately one week in the late 60’s. While the late Senator Ted Kennedy — known as the “Lion of the Senate” — expressed his guilt over what had happened, he never told us [the American people] what exactly occurred.
A Quiet Place is unlike every horror movie you’ve ever seen. I’ll admit that I haven’t always liked scary movies, and hated being forced to watch The Ring with some high school friends. But that was when I wouldn’t even watch movies with lots of blood and such.