A decent list. The only one that I disagree with is Affleck and Bale's position. Though the writer does make a good case for Affleck being above Bale.
I saw Ad Astra (2019) today and I am completely torn about the film. On the one hand, it is nearly perfection with science and gorgeous with visuals. On the other hand, the story line of the film is rather weak.
We do need more hard science fiction films like Ad Astra though. Films that take place in the near future rather than the past or the far future.
I wrote more thoughts here:
Being a bit stingy Walmart? My Target Redcard gets me 5% off all purchases, whether they be online or in-store.
I just came back from watching Brittany Runs a Marathon. I really enjoyed this film a lot because it resonates with me because I am a runner who started running to lose weight and get healthy.
The movie is fantastic because it is grounded in reality, the humor works because it all comes naturally from the situation. The pain and sadness also work for the same reason..
Jillian Bell really shines in this film because the script allows her to flex her talent.
I'm surprised MoviePass lasted this long.
"Senior citizens in the US are the fastest growing group of Facebook users, nearly doubling in numbers between 2012 and 2019, a vast shift from the platform’s beginnings as a service for college students."
i'm too sexy for my shirt.
Tonight's movie features horse-fu.
Apple is playing catchup. New iPhones won't help.
In all of Warner Bros. Monsterverse films, the miltary continues to use small arms and rifles on the monsters. Sigh. Seriously?
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