Stories told on a grand scale that take the characters and the viewers on a physical, spiritual and emotional journey.
An Education Review
"So what you're telling me is to be bored & then bored & finally bored again but this time for the rest of my life." A 17-year-old girl faces the world from both sides at once while she simultaneously prepares for Oxford and gets caught in the swirl of glamorous London nights and Paris mornings.
Ben Stein and Intelligent Design
In Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed, Renaissance man Ben Stein uncovers the suppression of free discussion in the U.S. scientific community. Scientists who speculate about Intelligent Design are punished and dismissed. Btw-Intelligent Design is NOT the same thing as "creationism."
Duguay´s 1999 Joan of Arc Movie
From the opening epigraph to the scene at the stake, Duguay´s Joan of Arc is a historical joke that belongs in the same category as Bill and Ted´s Excellent Adventure (1989).
Millions Movie Review
A bereaved family, a bank robbery, a bag of “millions” and a conversion to the Euro set up a delightful family film (be cautious of the really scary bad guy) about how two boys and their dad handle the unexpected.
Rain Man Movie Review
Academy Award level performances bring the Rain Man home with piquancy and sincerity. Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise deliver dynamite performances.
A film that addresses religious issues in a meaningful and constructive way would be welcome and useful in the light of world events. Too bad that Religulous is not such a film.
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1-2-3 trumps 1-2-3-4. African drums trump classical piano in this sincere movie of the hope of life and renewal centered around political asylum, the CIS (Citizenship and Immigration Service), and bitter disappoint. Not all disappointments can be overcome. Don’t look for a neat ending.
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