The family rewatched it on Redbox tonight. Still really overlit, poorly structured, too loyal to the "chapter format" of the book, needlessly cheesy at times...but man it's just so earnest and goodhearted, it's impossible to really fault it as a whole
"The wise build bridges...while the foolish build barriers."
Y'all, leading up to the release of this movie, I was as skeptical as any about whether it would live up to the hype. Sure, I expected it to be serviceable, but given the subject matter, it seemed extremely likely that the critics could overdo the praise for it like they did with Wonder Woman simply because it was "empowering." That's not to say I'm against movies getting political or people being…