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: I took my elder granddaughter to see this right after it opened and we both enjoyed it. The story, acting, production values, message, and special effects are all very well done. See complete comments at: http://aknextphase.com/summer-movie-scoreboard-2/
Of the six movies in this blog roundup, I enjoyed Captain Fantastic the most and it provided the most intellectual stimulation after the fact. Everyone involved does a great job but I can't tell you much without spoiling the story. Full review at: http://aknextphase.com/summer-movie-scoreboard-2/
So, okay, single people, get your social mojo working or you're in deep doo-doo. This could be fun, right? Well, not so much. Read why I disagree with the critical acclaim on The Next Phase Blog at: So, okay, single people, get your social mojo working or you're in deep doo-doo. This could be fun, right?
The appetite for watching superheroes beat up bad guys on screen has not waned but it has evolved. This latest film in The Avengers franchise involves good guys hitting other good guys over philosophical differences. Is this an improvement? Not hardly. Read why I disagree with the Fanboy audience in a full post on The Next Phase Blog: http://aknextphase.com/avengers-learn-nothing/
Sally Fields's performance is Oscar-worthy and beyond. This is truly a tour de force of acting and the movie is worth seeing for that alone. It's a crime that "Hello, My Name is Doris" came out in April because Sally Fields deserves a Best Actress nomination but probably won't get one. By the time the studios release their Big Gun Oscar Contenders, her performance will be a distant memory. Full Review: http://bit.ly/1Yf7Hia