Both Home Alone and Home Alone 2: Lost In New York remain classics as the two comedy films hold up in watching three decades later. Let’s discuss the first film. After getting into a fight with his family, Kevin McCallister (Macaulay Culkin) wakes up to discover that he made his family disappear. Because of the wind and power outage, the rest of the family was already at the airport by the time he got up.…"Home Alone, Home Alone 2: Lost In New York"
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My Fellow Americans sees a pair of former presidents on the run when the current administration attempts to cover up previous bribes. Both Jack Lemmon and James Garner have the required chemistry for this presidential buddy comedy. Even though Lemmon’s sparring partner, Walter Matthau, couldn’t do the project because of health reasons, we’re still able to have a fun time. With the accent that Dan Aykroyd gives to his William Haney, the Canadian actor has…"My Fellow Americans: A Presidential Comedy"
While The Tale is a film that certainly would benefit from a theatrical release, it’s best viewed at home because of all the screaming at the screen. This is, in part, due to the events that transpire on screen during the 1970s. The question at hand while viewing the film, which runs shy of two hours, is whether or not it qualifies as a Me, Too film. Writer/director Jennifer Fox, a documentary filmmaker, uses a…"The Tale: Laura Dern Deserves All The Awards"