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My Cousin Vinny plays to the strengths of its stars, and accomplishes much from its simple concept. The main legal case storyline is satisfying to watch play out, and the rest of the cast glow with charm, but it is Tomei's and Pesci's show. Ultimately this movie is an easygoing good time that is worth the watch.
This holiday sequel is, in many ways, bigger and better than the film before it, and it carries the similiar thematic strengths of that film as well. The choice to set the story in New York City does open up a wealth of comedic and dramatic possibilities, which I do think are mostly lived up to. By far the best additions to the film are the Pigeon/Bird Lady (the sweet and lovely Brenda Fricker) and the staff of the fancy hotel Kevin stays at, led by none other than Tim Curry (who gets some of the film's best scenes). This is one sequel that deserves a lot more love and a solid holiday classic alongside its predecessor.
A breezy, charming, enchanting, and utterly irresistable film that stands the test of time. It is beautifully imagined and filled with genuine heart and humor. It also contains one of the all time most beloved characters of Robin Williams. This is a film that is always worth a rewatch!
American History X is filmed in a compelling way, bosts gut-wrenching performances (particularly from Norton), and has a story with an important lesson: that human beings are capable of horrific, monstrous things, but underneath it all we are just broken souls trying to survive. Hatred kills, and love is what saves us.
Moretz and Moore give it a good effort, but this film really isn't anything special or necessary. The original utlimately stands as the better film purely because this film just doesn't change up or add enough to the well-known story to justify it being made. Maybe a little more Margaret White backstory and a little less CGI would make for a better film? In another 20 years, I'm sure we'll see...