Spider-Man: Far From Home
Toy Story 4
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I have to wonder what the Giammatti's saw in this film that it inspired them to produce it. It may been something deeply personal perhaps. I enjoy the work of both leads, so I could watch it, but all in all it was unremarkable.
Paul Giammatti is wonderful in this film. The Ned & Stacy guy is also well cast as the jerk. A nice comeuppance morality tale.
Never was able to work out where the name comes from...no doubt a viticulture reference I don't get...
Like the rest of the planet, I knew of this as it was happening, however I was too young to understand and care. This is a very compelling and watchable account of the whole thing, including the important context of things such as LA Police and Rodney King, which make it a story far broader than what was obviously a brutal horrific murder - the elastic and politicised nature of truth and the tragedy of celebrity and race in that country.
Beautifully done. If you are wondering how the US is in the state in which it finds itself, this kind of perspective shows how fundamental the issue of race divide has been for a long long time (and this is just one time period snapshot).
Perhaps reaches a little further than it's arms allow... sophmore slump really does appear an incontrovertible phenomenon. Noble effort though from someone who clearly at least strives to make sense of fundamental human issues, which should be applauded in this day and age IMO.
The song during the final scene reminds me how wonderful his ear for music is...shame there was not a little more of that on display throughout the film, the way it was in Garden State.