It's a brilliant true story bound to tug on heartstrings and inspire, however, it's storytelling is not as strong as it could've been. The film essentially follows Louie from his hometown with aspirations as an Olympic athlete to surviving in a raft after his bomber crashed, and subsequently, the torture he experienced in multiple war camps during World War II. Following is the key point of the script, as the story transitions from one event to another without a deeper,…
I am MonstersU. This phrase has been ringing in my family's ears since the initial promos for Monsters University were released last year. After finally getting my multiple scaly arms on a copy of the movie, I'm more certain than ever that I wish I could go to Monsters U....and that this may be Disney's best animated film in a long while.
Backtracking to when Mike Wazowski (as we know him in Monsters Inc one-half of the most successful scare…
Visually the film delivers on so many levels as well as the soundtrack. And, I appreciate Jonze's loose cinematography, but the imbalance of the layered story and its expression made me continually frustrated and unfulfilled. Max's escapism is as complicated and morose as his real life. What might've felt like a kid going into his backyard and dreaming up animals and places to get away from home - something we've all done growing up - becomes more of a kid…
Every time I watch this movie, I pick up something new in the dialogue that is absolutely horrible to my ears yet completely hilarious. I would love to get paid to listen to Peter Capaldi's imaginative insults for they are much more creative than anything I could never dream of uttering myself. If you're a fan of satirical documentaries such as The Office with far more adult-language than you could ever dream, this is for you. Sometimes you just need to watch people lose their sanity over the insanity of politics and running the world from inside the government.