"Actor Woody Harrelson's father was a hitman convicted of murder on three separate occasions. On the third occasion he admitted to the murder of a federal judge and also admitted to having played a part in the assassination of JFK and a witness claimed he had drawn maps of the location in Dallas from which he fired his weapon. The FBI discounted his claims. However, Jim Marss claims in 1989's Crossfire that Charles Harrelson is the youngest of 'The Three…
Do I think this is a well-made movie? Yes. So what are my problems with it? The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been setting up an impossible payoff ever since it started. And it has been 'spoiling' this movie ever since press tours started. We all knew people would die in this movie. I was ready, it didn't hit me. We've all seen those interviews where actors 'let it slip' that "everyone dies" or stuff like that, so what's the shock?…
Hereafter but good. But nobody saw that terrible movie so just ignore that.
The Discovery rocked me to my core. What happens after we die? But more than that, what happens when the human race has the answer to that question? Charlie McDowell has made a borderline dystopian sci-fi movie that is up there with Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind in terms of quality and is also comparable in terms of premise.
The ending of the first…