Jack’s Mannequin means a lot of different things to its fans. For some, Jack’s Mannequin means simply good piano music. For others, it’s love. And for more, it’s hope. For me, it means a bit of all those things and still more. With all those feelings tied up in Jack’s Mannequin, it’s no wonder the 10 Years in Transit tour sold out almost instantly, and luckily I managed to snag a ticket.
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It seems that every time I turn on my TV or read articles on a news website, a flood of stories comes through basically depicting how our world is metaphorically crashing down around us. From planes disappearing and earthquakes destroying whole cities, to ISIS spreading fear in the middle east, it’s hard to try and […]
“Deadpool” isn’t without flaws — there are moments when all the meta humor and slow mo fight action does get a bit tiring, but the movie is pretty close to perfect, especially if you’re a fan of the character.
When deciding if ‘How to Be Single’ is worth spending 110 minutes out on the town with, there is no harm in deciding to swipe right.
There have been many adaptations of Jane Austen’s classic novel “Pride and Prejudice” over the years and while some might say the latest, “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies”, would be enough to cause Miss Austen to stir in the grave, the newest reworking of the story is actually quite fun.
‘Creed’ is a film with heart and heavy dramatic honesty and succeeds in building off of the foundation that ‘Rocky’ built.
Despite occasional stumbles, “The Good Dinosaur” celebrates the journey and joys of finding one’s self
It is the hero’s journey to the very core, but along the way, Pixar finds ways to sprinkle in nuance that leads to some of their well-known creative visuals and strong emotional revelations.
The movie is “found footage” in a sense that the daughter is making a documentary, but it never strays down the path of being cheesy and overdone.
By all accounts, the performances are good, the stunts are well performed and deception and trickery is highlighted as characters slither around each other for their own personal gain. But instead of all of these bright moving parts working in unison to arrive at a very fulfilling vision, it feels more like a shell game to hide the lack of ingenuity behind the core of the film.
It’s more than possible to dip your toes back into a stagnant or failed franchise and deliver something ranging from quite good to spectacular but Genisys does not land in that spectrum.
After stumbling with clunking films about automobiles and monsters in college that seemed to lack traces of a human spirit, Pixar proves it is still capable of gathering its wits and knock out a masterfully told film with “Inside Out”.