Most notably the movie builds on the mythos of Trek in measurable and significant ways.
When John Williams' thundering score kicked in, the outside world melted away and I was, for all intents and purposes, a kid again.
It's sharply written, brimming with relevant thematic elements, and is relentlessly suspenseful. It's the "Best Picture" for a reason.
It was Scott Pilgrim vs. The World before... well... Scott Pilgrim vs. The World was Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.
Looper is far better than the vast majority of drivel that Hollywood allows to make it past the stages of early drafting, and it makes for perfectly good...
From time to time, the feeling that things are being stretched a little thin is tangible, but, for the most part, it's a stirring, gripping adventure.
It's well-written, brilliantly directed, engrossing, and, (perhaps) most importantly, laced with moments of welcome seriousness.
UWHARRIE has been completed and is ready for the world to see. Enjoy!
Without a doubt, Lincoln casts the former President in a positive, "grandfatherly" light more often than it does a dastardly dictatorial one, but it chooses...