Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

Ironically, for me watching movies at home is not the same as the theater. Regardless, here is the one movie to hunt down even if you have seen it before.

The Meaning of Movies

So how are all of you enjoying your state-imposed sentence to home detention?

The Hunt

By Friday, March 20th, Universal shall have released this film to be seen at home. Take a couple pain killers and watch it.

The Pandemic

While I fully understand why the movie theaters are closed, it would be absurd for even a movie fan like me to complain.

Onward

Not a bad film, but not a great one by Pixar standards.

Portrait of a Lady on Fire

A dazzling, romantic romp involving two women in 1770 France.

Emma.

This is a British version of Little Women and it produces the same delightful impact. The dance scenes in both films are alluring.

The Invisible Man

Violent, nasty and brutally entertaining, it earns its “R” rating from beginning to end.

Call of the Wild

Please be warned. My cryptic surgeon friend loved the cinematography and special effects while disliking the film. Then again, why trust a surgeon?

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