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A reminder of a better time, when the message from the White House was to stand up, work together to find common ground, and look to an even better future. As a film, Becoming moves along well and we get a glimpse behind the scene at what it's like to have lived in the White House. Becoming is a good reminder that ours is (or should be) a government of the people, by the people and for the people. First Lady Michelle Obama is the best of us and an inspiration that we can get through anything and be a better and stronger country as a result. God Bless the Obama Family!
In its best moments, 1917 is simple, beautiful, haunting and thought-provoking. The acting is superb and some images are breathtaking. It is definitely worth seeing and it deserves the praise. However, it echoes earlier films, as opposed to breaking new ground; hardly surprising given decades of similar fare. But, we often forget that this was supposed to be the war to end all wars, and it's important to be reminded that we keep making the same mistakes that eventually affect millions.
A fresh and creative story about the magic of Christmas in a modern gadget filled age. Beautiful animation, an all-star voice cast and a clever script, an instant classic.
A good old-fashioned murder mystery, with a few good chuckles thrown in.
But I kept waiting for Daniel Craig's character to drop the hammy southern accent as part of the plot; now, it just looks like a weird directorial choice but maybe they'll flesh it out in a sequel.