A working – class Italian – American bouncer becomes the driver for an African – American classical pianist on a tour of venues through the 1960s American South. Firstly I really like the story to this film and it is well made, but for me personally it’s the chemistry doesn’t really work, I’m not really into the Farrelly brothers as they normally doing comedy films, it doesn’t really mixed.
9.Tick Tick Boom!
On the cusp of his 30th birthday, a promising young theatre composer navigates love, friendship, and the pressures of life as an artist in New York City. It is one of those film which is well intentioned and I like the idea of this film, unfortunately I found Andrew Garfield slightly bland and it is too predictable and too safe, this film will not wowed you at all and it also uneven as well.
Vivo follows a one of kind kinkajou (aka a rainforest “honey bear”) with his beloved owner Andres but when tragedy strikes, Vivo have to deliver a love letter to a singer named Marta Sandoval. A film which is well meaning and the animation itself look gorgeous, it never really laugh out loud funny and none of the vocal talent is nothing special, it definitely not memorable whatsoever.
7.The Tender Bar
A boy named Jr growing up on Long Island seeks out father figures among the patrons at his uncle’s bar. Being a Coming-of-age film they are normally relatable and you can connect with those type of film, with this one the characters are hard to like and overall this is too inconsistent and it is uneven in places, it doesn’t really work and it didn’t leaves you a lasting impression on you.
The story of Beatrix Potter, the author of the beloved and best – selling children’s book, “The Tale Of Peter Rabbit”, and her struggle for love, happiness, and success. Normally being based on a true story they can be moving, whereas with this one it is too predictable, it also too safe and this feel like a one of television program.
A grifter working his way up from low – ranking carnival worker to lauded psychic medium matches wits with a psychiatrist bent on exposing him. Guillermo Del Toro can made films that is captivating and watchable films, with this one it has got a stellar cast but unfortunately it doesn’t really work and it is overlong, plus it has got excessive violence and it is too gloomy and it is unwatchable.
When a sadistic serial killer begins murdering key political figures in Gotham, Batman is forced to investigate the city’s hidden corruption and question his family’s involvement. The soundtrack to this film is absolutely amazing, it also have fresh idea but it has got pacing problems and the villains are not memorable, Robert Pattinson is rather bland and it loses the psychological edge.
3.West Side Story
An adaptation of the 1957 musical, West Side Story explores forbidden love and the rivalry between the Jets and the Sharks, two teenage street gangs of different ethnic backgrounds. Steven Spielberg is an excellent director who do consistent films, whereas with this one it definitely the weakest and it also too overlong, the characters are hard to like and there are some excessive violence that doesn’t really needed in a musical, it also not memorable whatsoever.
A man refuses all assistance from his daughter as he ages. As he tries to make sense of his changing circumstances, he begins to doubt his loved ones, his own mind and even the fabric of his reality. Too be fair with the acting they really try their hardest, but it’s the film in general, it try to be too overcomplicated and it lacking the emotional aspect, it doesn’t leave you a lasting impression on you.
Santa’s clumsy son Arthur sets out on a mission with Grandsanta to give out a present they misplaced to a young girl in less than two hours. Aardman films normally really good and consistent plus it has got an all-star vocal talent, it never laugh out loud funny and it feel rather forced and it is too predictable and too safe, overall this isn’t quite entertaining as it should be.
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The only one of these films that I have seen is The Father, and I have to say that I thought it was a great film. It gives a bit of an insight into what it is like to experience dementia and how confusing and frightening things can be. I would encourage you to give it another chance.
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I’m glad that you enjoy The Father and I might give this film a chance