Movies Posts Tagged as 'Comedy'
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Object Of My Affection, The (1998)
The intention is for its gay representation to be inclusive and equal to a straight lifestyle. It touches upon authentic concerns but its reality is askew. The main two keep chugging the charm and Allison Janney creates stillness when she exits a shot. It's a gay film made mostly to satiate a hetero audience. 20-May-2019
Blume In Love (1973)
A man thinks he can redeem his indiscretions by realizing his wife is the love of his life. The women keep it real, the story never flinches and George Segal keeps it nervously serial. The outcome is so fucked up it loses its purpose. 14-May-2019
Take Me Out To The Ball Game (1949)
The music is basic, the costumes adorn and the script pushes feminine empowerment forward. The film would supply very little if it weren't for the entertainment value of its three pro athletes (Sinatra, Williams and Kelly.) 02-May-2019
Tom Hardy is so excited to be Venom that when the monster actually appears he's CGI elemental. The villainy is alike which lends the film no diversity in magic or action. It could have escalated had it embraced its horror DNA. 26-Apr-2019
Bachelor And The Bobby Soxer, The (1947)
It asks what to do when a teen crushes on daddy squish but it never answers it. It entertains with ideas and Temple, Loy and esp. Grant keep us marveling. 05-Apr-2019
I Love Melvin (1953)
A bubblegum dream and a hoofer's delight. Debbie Reynolds' football dance is incredulous arduous training and Donald O'Connor is a foot master. 05-Apr-2019
Princess And The Frog, The (2009)
It's a sumptuous celebration of black heritage in animation. When the frogs are introduced it hazes the celebration. It becomes more about frogs and less about culture. 21-Mar-2019
Mars Needs Moms (2011)
The idea may need patchwork but the presentation is a realistic animated joy. The heart beats when the art moves forward. 18-Mar-2019
Steel Magnolias (1989)
Time grants us a reexamination of art. The cast brilliantly transcribed the written word like it was meant for them. Ross creates a world fantastic that you want to suffer in. 17-Mar-2019
Goldie imports her star and her art whilst Amy conveys snarky rebellion. The film is daring dispensing mayhem and barbarity when the climate of the audience is sensitive. It may show better at a future time. (I still laughed.) 15-Mar-2019
Ant-Man And The Wasp (2018)
The sense of humor is dippy and every chase revolved around the same target. It only soars when comic book comes to life and when Pfeiffer freshens it. 04-Mar-2019
Four Seasons, The (1981)
Constitutional portrait of human relationships spread across the seasons and invigorated by expert hands. The actors stir magic by integrating personality and star to their characters. Carol's beauty resonates when she makes us laugh and when she cracks up. 10-Feb-2019
Feminine Touch, The (1941)
Sex war rom com served by master wits (Don Ameche, Rosalind Russell, Van Heflin and Kay Francis.) Ameche and Rosalind defy lack of chemistry but Heflin and Francis uplift the back end. The logic stipulates that men classify a woman's worth by the amount of selected howlers sniffing at her door. All the woman wants is for her man to grow a pair and punch the howlers sniffing at her door. 06-Feb-2019
A Face In The Crowd (1957)
"Bad News" becomes overnight sensation. Andy keeps his character insufferable, Patricia Neal tastefully shifts from intelligent administrator to emotionally duped and Kazan imprints it with raw emotional tremor. It still reverberates because we still apply the same politics without accepting its downfall. 28-Jan-2019
Period of Adjustment (1962)
The utters of Fonda and Hutton chanted high. Tony Franciosa kept the octaves low and his charisma forward. John McGiver sets and Mabel Albertson resists becoming the in-law stereotype. They glorified it. Lois Nettleton steals it because she could.
Marriage is deemed a terror, everyone screams their heads off until a surprise gift changes it. It has a loud message but you can still hear it.
Unfortunately, George Roy Hill's absurdity didn't allow Tennessee to be tragic. It's what the writer did best. 03-Jan-2019