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This reincarnation of a Disney classic has to find a way to make Dumbo as exciting as its predecessor while addressing the backlash regarding circuses and animals in captivity. While Dumbo does fly, the movie doesn’t soar.
This is an important examination of how Black Men are treated regarding child support by the courts. It will make you think, talk & possibly take action to even the playing field regarding this injustice. No child should have to ask Where’s Daddy?
I don’t know about yall and not sure I know about US. But this is another Jordan Peele film with some important messages wrapped in horror and gore. If you don’t leave fearing yourself you will leave knowing that the worst gang is a doppelgäng. Deliberate, Disturbing, Deserving.
Worth the risk? The risk of getting teary-eyed; The risk of coming to care about these characters; The risk of going to a movie other than a superhero flick. Five Feet Apart is about a girl standing in front of a boy asking him to love her. The problem is their love is a risk of life and death as their bouts with cystic fibrosis requires they stay at least six feet apart from each other.
When I heard that there would be a Mary Poppins sequel I was like “say it ain’t so! They can do nothing but mess up a classic.” Well, Marry Poppins returns in great fashion and here is my review:
This is a beautiful love story wrapped in tragedy and injustice.
Reggie talks to Rod and Judith on Wisconsin Public Radio’s Central Time about the new Oscar “popular film” category. Is it an honor or just a conciliation prize?