Tall Girl is obviously a lighter film that takes small things and makes them seem big to each of the characters involved in the movie. I went into this movie knowing that it would be a predictable teen movie, and that's not a bad thing. I like watching teen movies once in a while, because they don't make me think too much, and I get to just enjoy the ride. Sometimes you have to give your brain a rest and just enjoy a movie with a few charismatic characters.
I haven't seen a Jeff Dunham special since his first televised specials. It's been a long time and I wasn't familiar with some of the new characters that he has brought along for the ride. Of course he's created tons of new puppet personalities as he's progressed his career. We only get to see a portion of them in this special.
I've heard a ton of buzz about Mid90s since it came out. It's a movie that was written and directed by Jonah Hill. If 21 Jump Street was any indication that Jonah Hill has skills in writing a movie, then I was in for a treat with Mid90s.
I heard of The Natural when I was younger but never got the chance to watch it. All I remembered about it was that there was this kid that made a baseball bat from a tree that was hit by lightning. I also remembered The Simpsons doing a parody of the movie in one of their episodes. All that to say, I didn't know too much about the movie except that it was a baseball movie.
Looking at Justin Trudeau's latest scandal. I started wondering about cultural appropriation, and how each region around the world thinks about things differently.
Rocketman came out not too long after Bohemian Rhapsody. Both are about flamboyantly gay musicians making it big in the music industry with tons of drugs, sex and underhanded people. The fact that the characters of these two movies are so similar and that the movies came out so close to one another entails that comparisons will be made, but these two movies are very different from one another.