On opposite to the good FIRE IN THE SKY (1993) that brings a vision of mystery and horror, this documentary takes Travis Walton's UFO experience to the sci-fi, political and quasi-spiritual spectrum. I appreciate the horror cinema of FIRE IN THE SKY (1993), but I honestly prefer this approach more closely linked to the reality of the case. Good material for those who like ufology and also for those who like documentaries.
Beautiful, funny and touching film. Another day I could watch this one and rating with five stars, because it's near perfect. It took me a little while to buy the idea of Julia Roberts' character, but then the film takes off. The tone is almost never so serious to create discomfort, the shrewd comical moments - funny - manage to balance and work very well. The unpretentious reflection which the film brings surprisingly is deep enough to genuinely touched you. I wish everyone could enjoy this movie with the passion I could. Pure gold from romance comedy.
2016 Year in Review.
HIGHEST RATED FILM: Moonlight, directed by Barry Jenkins.
- Directed by Barry... who? Okay, I'll watch anyway. I'll read some synopsis.
"Chiron walks a journey of self-knowledge while he tries to escape the easy path of crime and drugmaking in Miami. Finding love in surprising places, he has dreams of a wonderful future."
- Hm, crime and drugs... I think it's a violent movie. Ok. Let's watch.
*15 minutes later...
- WTF?! What delicacy is that...?…
Get feeling-goods elements from The School of Rock, the coming-of-age of Almost Famous, the daring of Dazed and Confused and mixed with the emotional signature of John Carney: And yeah, we got the great Sing Street!
After changing schools for financial reasons, Conor (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) meets Raphina (Lucy Boynton) for who he falls in love and begins a band to conquer her.
This is a common premise of the genre and may even sound cliché. But it's a…