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Movie Review – God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness

This movie is a largely dialog-driven effort, showing what modern times are like for the church, the law, and the direction of religion in our new cell phone/internet existence. [pullquote position=”right”]It’s a nice story that even non-religious viewers can appreciate.[/pullquote] The audience, on opening night (my guess is these are faithful church goers), REALLY enjoyed […]

Movie Review – Midnight Sun

This is a nice date movie for young people, with decent drama and some excellent acting. I was really impressed with the sensitivity portrayed towards this young woman’s illness — she was cool, she was hip, and she wasn’t a victim…and yet, neither was she played as “bravely courageous” in a stereotypical way. Katie seemed […]

Movie Review – Love, Simon

What a great little film. This was like a John Hughes classic from the 1970s, updated for our era of cell phones and Facebook, featuring a coming out plot that’s worthy of the premise. The actors, the soundtrack, the goofy high school hijinks and wonderfully iconic scenes…it added up to a fantastic nostalgia trip that […]

Movie review: Entebbe

Let me begin by saying that I’m a retired flight attendant. So when I watch movies dealing with aircraft or aircraft personnel in peril, it does influence how I feel about a movie. With that said, I feel confident in giving Entebbe an A. We all know the outcome of this movie before we see it, […]

Movie Review – Fifty Shades Freed

I’m not an old fan of the 50 Shades trilogy — in fact, this is the only movie in the series I watched. However, I can happily say I wasn’t lost at all, so first timers can pop in and enjoy it. It had a decent story, which I was not expecting, based on the […]

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Movie Review – The 15:17 to Paris

It’s not unusual for me to disagree with professional critics, but I was almost apoplectic to read the scathing reviews given to The 15:17 To Paris. The chief complaint seems to be the hour we sit through just to get to the action. So here’s my take on that; I liked being shown the lives […]

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Movie Review – Forever My Girl

Forever My Girl was your average sappy sweet film. It had some serious — albeit predictable — ups and downs, but it kept you entertained. No, it’s not ‘The Notebook’ worthy, but I’m not angry I watched it. All the actors did a great job together and kept the flow going. The little girl, Billy, […]

Movie Review – The Post

Tom Hanks is the man. Streep does her usual good job, but basically she’s playing a nicer version of her Miranda Priestly role from The Devil Wears Prada. Hanks is really the standout actor in this, and it’s not easy to upstage Streep! He’s settling nicely into his older roles, and in The Post he […]

Movie Review – I, Tonya

This movie surprised me: I teared up and cried a little for Tonya Harding. She’s been known as an Olympic villain for so long…and here we see that she may have been unfairly painted by history. If this story is an accurate representation, then I feel bad for believing the worst of this girl. I […]

Movie Review – Molly’s Game

80% from Rotten Tomatoes says it all. If you’ve ever thought to yourself, ‘I’d really like to learn to play poker, but there’s no one to teach me’…then just watch this movie: it’s a two hour tutorial on how to play, and how not to try earning a living from this volatile game. I’ve been […]

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