The Assassination of John Wick by the Cowards Beauty and the Beast

Over the last couple of weeks I saw: Beauty and the Beast (2017), John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017), Oh, Hello On Broadway (2017), Mommy Dead and Dearest (2017), The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007), Paris Can Wait (2017) and Shimmer Lake (2017). Beauty and the Beast I was never a fan of the cartoon and I also recently saw the 1946 French version which was an interestingly made movie. I'm not the biggest fan of the story and I don't have any nostalgic attachment to the music, but the bright coloring of the film is actually quite impressive. The CGI didn't quite work for me, but it wasn't the worst viewing experience I have ever had. Noms: none Letterboxd review. John

What's the wonder about Wonder Woman?

In the 1980’s my little brother and I were deep into DC comics. I carried around a 13 inch, plastic wonder woman doll that rivaled my brother’s Superman and Batman action heroes. So I came into this movie with many childhood expectations waiting to be fulfilled. It delivered. Gallery from Warner Brothers, 2017. Gal Gadot brings tremendous integrity to her role: her character is strong but accessible and makes for a distinctly modern Wonder Woman that is perhaps late arriving to the screen, but a breath of fresh air nonetheless. She is physically and mentally strong. Capable. Intelligent. Full of compassion. And her compassion and empathy are not weaknesses to over-come but part of the


I have watched No Country For Old Men (2007), Becoming Bond (2017), John Carter (2012), Logan Noir (2017) , Oklahoma City (2017) and Handsome (2017). No Country For Old Men This one's pretty easy, it stands as one of the best movies of all time despite the rambling peter out of an ending that is Tommy Lee Jones' monologue. At times it's practically a silent film while the camera gives the viewer a visual mystery they are walked through. This movie is notorious for not giving us everything but leaving the implication of branches of the story line to the viewer to figure out. It is still an easy movie to sit down an watch and appreciate how great it is. Noms: The Coen Brothers writing and d

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