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Green Book

The relationship between an African-American piano player and an Italian-American driver in 1962 makes “Green Book” a funny and heartwarming film. Director Peter Farrelly (best known as one of the Farrelly Brothers) takes a different approach by introducing us to real-life characters portrayed by actors who deserve Oscar nominations. And those two would happen to… Read More ›

At Eternity’s Gate

Watching “At Eternity’s Gate,” I noticed and admired the movie’s visual style of colors. They’re all adjusted based on moods and tones. Some night scenes are shaded blue, other scenes are in their normal format, one sunset scene is given an orange complexion, and there are yellow shots so lovely, I was dazzled. It looks… Read More ›

The Front Runner

I can’t call “The Front Runner” a political masterpiece, because of how bland its narrative is. It recreates the story of how Senator Gary Hart ruined his chances at becoming President, because of an affair of his. I wasn’t too familiar with him, although Hugh Jackman gives a fine performance as Hart. But I wanted… Read More ›

Boy Erased

I’m beginning to love Lucas Hedges. It’s inevitable that three years in a row, he has been appearing with memorable performances in one masterpiece after another. In 2016, he gave his best performance in “Manchester by the Sea,” and then in 2017 (last year), he had fresh supporting roles in “Lady Bird” and “Three Billboards… Read More ›

Bohemian Rhapsody

Queen is arguably one of the greatest rock bands of all time. But of course, you already knew that. From my perspective, my least favorite from them is “We Are the Champions,” because it’s usually played in movies and shows when big shots win and make the losers feel pathetic. At least that’s how I… Read More ›

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☠ Poison for the Mind (0/4)

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