Wizard of Oz is the theme for our Literacy Week at school. I watched to remember all the great songs, and to experience the shift from black and white to color.
Fair warning: This is not a love story.
In the vein of Annie Hall and Eternal Sunshine for the Spotless Mind, this film is quirky, funny, and real. Well, as real as a film with a dance montage and animated bluebirds can be. It is refreshing to see a "romantic comedy" that doesn't have the traditional romcom ending of the opposite party coming to their senses and running off to regain the relationship that they lost earlier in the film…
“A plate of food is nothing, he’ll still be homeless. What your doing is saying you ain’t invisible. I see you. That’s all.”
Everyone out there enjoying I Can Only Imagine, should seek out this movie. I was wondering how Pure Flix got access to this level of talent, but then realized that the film was actually made by Paramount then distributed by Pure Flix. This is better than most things you will see from them.
The acting is solid,…