Toy Story 4
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Terrible theology wrapped in a cheesy sports movie. Believe in God and all will go right for you - winning team, new car, pregnant wife, and fresh-smelling house. Thanks God!
It's like being caught in a fantasy adventure, until you periodically remember that this actually happened and this is the actual footage. This treatment of the Apollo missions poetically captures the intersection of wonder and humanity that grabbed the imagination of the world, and by only using NASA's footage and the words of the astronauts.
Despite the wealth of negative reviews, I found this story to be interesting, emotional, and smart at times. Thomas Horn was a great talent for a complex character like Oskar, and the story accomplished its goal of demonstrating how even the most rational mind cannot make sense of some things in the world.
I was nervous about this movie, especially since most of it was produced after Douglas Adams' death. However, its spirit is true to the books, although too much of the brilliant quirkiness and hilarious descriptions are lost in the translation and much of its humor would probably be hard to grasp without knowing the books. Very well done, funny, quirky, smart, and an excellent homage to Adams.
Incredibly well-produced visually, this is a fun and entertaining "Spielbergian" adventure that has all the classic Indiana Jones elements. Not much real character development, but I suppose that is to be expected, although that could help us know, understand, and love Tintin all the more (as we do with Indiana Jones). This is one of only a handful of motion-capture animated movies that actually produces truly life-like characters.