Category Archive: Family

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

I admit that I love Eva Green, and I don’t care if she is a heroine or villainess.

Kubo and the Two Strings

What if nature gave us a way to embrace our late parents one more time? I wish we could all have Kubo’s two strings.

Pete’s Dragon

This is the third film that I have seen in a row (Anthropoid and Indignation) that I was left crying at the conclusion.  Am I really a decent movie reviewer or am I… Continue reading

The Secret Life of Pets

Consider this recommendation etched in stone — you will leave the theater with a large smile on your face.

The BFG

Critics continually give Mr. Spielberg’s work an A when some of them deserve a C+. Need I say more?

Finding Dory

Dory and Ellen DeGeneres are a perfect match. One had to fight a memory disability while the other had to conquer societal bigotry that still exists to this day.

Alice Through the Looking Glass

Let’s just say a quick goodbye to Alice. My dear, it’s been good to know you and your friends.

The Jungle Book

First Zootopia, then The Jungle Book, and later this year Alice Through the Looking Glass. Nothing like being an aging man unashamedly embracing the joys of youth.

Zootopia

All presidential candidates could learn something from this film. Has suspicion and mistrust now displaced goodwill towards all men?

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