Posts Tagged moving

The Whale

The Whale

Tuesday, October 18, 2011 No Comments

For the first ten minutes of The Whale, I felt crestfallen by the somewhat underwhelming writing. But as the movie progressed, and I got more and more immersed into the story and the philosophical and thought provoking notions of animal conscientiousness, the less I cared about the writing and the more I wanted to know about the […]


Hotel Rwanda (Blu-ray)

Thursday, May 19, 2011 No Comments

Was Hotel Rwanda a good movie? Sure, it was very good! It was emotionally powerful, and Don Cheadle acted marvelously. Was it amazing? Now that’s a tough question to answer. You see, this movie, being based on the horrifying acts of genocide that occurred in the early to mid 90’s in Rwanda, had the emotional […]

Everybody's Fine

Everybody’s Fine

Monday, April 26, 2010 No Comments

If you are like me and thought that Everybody’s Fine was going to be a comedy, you were wrong. This story about a relatively old father and his attempt to reconnect with his children makes for an extremely heartrending movie, which gets progressively sadder as the movie develops, but it has some cute and moving […]

The soloist

The Soloist

Thursday, March 18, 2010 No Comments

Though The Soloist was quite enjoyable, it just did not go all the way for me. The acting was splendid and the story, which was about a journalist’s infatuation with a homeless, former Julliard student, was quite moving. However, the pacing could have been a little faster. It is nothing game changing and it doesn’t […]