Ah… a return to the old fashioned parallel stories that happen decades apart model. A welcomed return of an ageless relic. A touching story that really tugs at the heartstrings. (Thang God at least one sappy movie came out this week) The R&B during the intimate moments did bring me back to watching “The Room,” which was a nice chuckle before getting my heart ripped out again 5 minutes later. Hit a lot harder than expected and turned out to be a really well crafted story of romance, regret, and reminiscing.
The guy next to me put it best as the credits started to roll. “Texting your friends to tell them to save their money?” Indeed sir, I am.
Wow… I just wasted an hour and a half of my life to go on an uncomfortable family vacation, without the ability to ski away from the drama or hook up with a snow bunny. Not fair.
No one in this film seemed to fit the role they’re cast in, and that’s putting it lightly. Think of a movie full of Debbie downers, playing against people cracking jokes that just amplify the discomfort of every situation. Fell out of love with this movie faster than the main characters fell out of love with each other. Had it not been for the fact I have a subscription and saw this for whatever fraction of $19.95 works out to this month, I’d be even more disappointed.
Finally caved after seeing enough commercials at the theater, and binged in a week and a half. Loved EVERY SECOND of it! The wittiest comedy/drama this side of “The West Wing,” bravo to the cast and creator on creating such an immersive and entertaining world. The interconnecting stories involving such effortlessly rich characters had me hooked 10 minutes into the first episode. Dialogue so rich and dense, yet so rapid fire… just wow. The set designs and cinematography are gorgeous. A masterpiece that fires on all cylinders. Didn’t expect to love this as much as I have, and can’t wait for season 4!
Fantastic political drama/war flick. The “based on a true story” genre film that always comes out of nowhere to kick ass and take names at the box office this time of year.
The casting of this film was truly over the top, with great performances all around, from Peter Fonda’s curtain call to Bradley Whitford returning to D.C. to play a Washington insider/political game player. The story of William Pisenbarger’s heroism during operation Abilene, and the journey of his fellow servicemen’s quest to get him awarded the medal of honor was truly inspiring. Definitely a tear-jerker. Strap in, and get ready for a wild ride of a film.