Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Charming tearjerker sitcom comedy on the Puerto Rican experience in Spanish Harlem.
Although it buckles a little under the weight of it's preposterous premise, it's still a must-see for Alan Arkin fans. He's truly at the top of his game.
This is supposed to be one of the best and most popular movies of all time in its native country, but it didn't really do it for me.
Yet again I say, Alan Arkin deserved his Oscar this year. This is a powerfully quiet film about love and the lengths to which a parent might go in order to express that love. Arkin's misguided plan to find a better life for his sons only goes to prove that the bounds of familial love are often too strong to break, no matter how altruistic the intentions may be.
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