November 23, 2014
Movie reviews
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* * * * (Sleeping Beauty from another perspective) This is not the “Sleeping Beauty” we remember. It’s a lot darker...and a lot more fun. Angelina Jolie is terrific as the title … more
* * * * (Poignant tale of immigration in the ’20s) Marion Cotillard gives a stunning, poignant performance as Ewa Cybulski, a Polish immigrant in the early 1920s who faces numerous … more
* * (Gross, crude, weak attempt at humor) Seth MacFarlane has his following of fans who enjoy “Family Guy” and loved “Ted.” We’re not among them. Watching the … more
* * * ½ (Documentary about dangers of processed food) We can some up “Fed Up’s” message in one word: sugar. The food industry, according to writer/director Stephanie Soechtig, is … more
* * * ½ (All about food & family bonding) We love movies about food and family as much as we like food and family. Actor/director Jon Favreau combines the two in a lovely little film about … more
* * * (Joyce) * * * ½ (Don) (Funny sci-fi parody) If you want a few good laughs and some clever sci-fi parody, “Guardians of the Galaxy” should please you. Chris Pratt stars as Peter … more
* * * (Complicated, disjointed spy thriller) John le Carre’s popular spy novel is a good vehicle for Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s final film before his untimely death. Hoffman plays … more
* * ½ (Soppy melodrama) Joyce, the romantic, was generous in her * * ½ rating of this soppy, melodramatic soap opera about unrequited love. Set in the rural south, “The Best of Me” … more
(Grim, bloody World War II tale) “Fury” is the name given to the tank that carries a grim, furious team of American soldiers into battle in Germany during the height of WWII. Brad Pitt … more
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