Recently added or updated. (Note: I’m still getting caught up from the 2016 end-of-year awards screening flurry; those entries’ll be fleshed out in due time.)
A must-see for the thinking person, espcecially one living in a death penalty state.
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Michelle Williams’ portrayal of Monroe is the best since Blanchett channeled Hepburn.
It’s truly well done, and were I a Twihard, I’d be utterly, hopelessly, captivated.
Witty, fully dimensional, poignant and heartfelt without being melodramatic. A must-see, especially for drama fans.
Now officially Smitten with Fassbender.
Not all one might hope for, but solid ~ simply a bit uneven.
Solid cats and mice thriller, won’t live with you but is worth a viewing.
Movie was a terrific time, too bad Ratner sucked all the oxygen out of it almost immediately…
Qualifying Role for Rhys Ifans | Whether or not every particular element bears out, this one’s a personal dream come true.
Heartfelt, beautifully executed, and a fabulous platform for Breslin. She’s looking to have a smooth transition into adult roles, good for her!
Visceral enough to be exciting, cerebral enough to be challenging, fictional enough to be escapist, confrontive enough to needle well after.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan is now officially on my radar, Holy Cow. Let the film festival begin.
A probable-enough depiction of what went down all over Wall Street. Truly chilling on several levels.
Didn’t think I really needed edification as to how the Malamute came to be running across the snow, but who knew? From the top, this time with estrogen!
Just trust me and see it. So charming!
How one can laugh all the way through the story of man very likely dying is a testament to the mettle and talent of the principals.
Simply exhausting (in a good way), had a nerves-upset stomach for a full hour afterward. Who says you can’t be romantic about baseball?
You think it’ll be maudlin, you think it won’t move you; you’ll think it’s just for kids. Consider yourself warned. 🙂