Before beginning reviews of 2 emotional films to be seen at home, I’m thinking of friends quarantined alone following the death of a spouse.
A dazzling, romantic romp involving two women in 1770 France.
Lasting for 2 hours and 45 minutes, writer/director Terrence Malick once again finds a way to let a movie’s length rob the film of its dramatic importance.
This is a girl-powered film that is simply magnificent. Many in the theatre, including me, applauded as it concluded.
This is an unnerving film that proves that an unsatisfying marriage is preferable to a callus divorce.
Totally engrossing. For me this was clearly the biggest surprise hit of 2019.
This is just what all of you need to see. This film demonstrates the fraud that led the United States and Britain into the Iraq war in 2003.
Both films have an interesting theme that will come close to boring you to death before reaching its ultimate climax.
This movie’s success at the box office is not an accident. Set aside your doubts and see it.