Browsing All Posts filed under »Dramatical Entertainment«

The Shape of Water

December 15, 2017


The Shape of Water – A creature (Doug Jones) from the Amazon is brought to a space station research lab. Cleaning ladies Elisa (Sally Hawkins “Maudie”) and Zelda (Octavia Spencer) are good friends minding their own business until Elisa starts spending her lunch time with the amphibian dude. Richard Strickland (Michael Shannon) is in charge […]

Lady Bird

December 13, 2017


Lady Bird – When I first saw this title, I just assumed it was about the former first lady. Instead it’s about Christine (Saiorse Ronan) , a high school senior, who’s trying to find out who she wants to be. Why she decided to call herself Lady Bird is anyone’s guess. Somewhat embarrassed by her […]

Last Flag Flying

December 3, 2017


Last Flag Flying – Larry “Doc” Shepard (Steve Carell) recruits two Vietnam-era Marine buddies Sal (Bryan Cranston) and Richard (Laurence Fishburne) to help him collect his son’s body from Dover Air Force Base. Doc was told his son died a hero in Iraq. A young Marine (J. Quinton Johnson) admits Larry, Jr. was just buying […]

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

November 23, 2017


Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri – Mildred Hayes (Frances McDormand) is an angry, grieving, slightly crazed mother who wants her daughter’s murderer found. She’s tough to the bone and taunts Chief of Police Willoughby (Woody Harrelson) with three billboards. The Chief and Mildred have a hate-respect relationship. Her son (Lucas Hodges) is embarrassed by her […]

Loving Vincent

November 18, 2017


┬áLoving Vincent – Armand Roulin (Douglas Booth) is to deliver the late Vincent Van Gogh’s final letter to his brother Theo, only to find that Theo died soon after Vincent committed suicide. As Armand talks to those closest to Van Gogh in his final years, it starts to appear that maybe it wasn’t suicide. Everyone […]

November 12, 2017


Murder On The Orient Express- Where to start. The classic Agatha Christie story of 13 strangers on a train through beautiful snow covered mountains to Istanbul. Esteemed detective Hercule Poirot (Kenneth Branagh) is one of the passengers, hoping to enjoy a little rest before his next case. A murder occurs and his break is over. […]


October 27, 2017


Suburbicon – In Suburbicon, a 1950s planned community, Gardiner Lodge (Matt Damon) and his sister-in-law Margaret (Julianne Moore) use a mob threat to hide the murder of his wife who is also her twin sister. This is one of the lamest Coen Brothers movies I’ve ever seen. No bite, no brilliance. A sub story of […]