Young Woman and the Sea: The Queen of the Waves

Daisy Ridley delivers one of her best performances yet as American swimmer Trudy Ederle in Young Woman and the Sea. There are a good amount of positives to enjoy about the film. Unfortunately, there are also some negatives. I love a classic underdog story but I love them even more when they actually get the history right. There’s no reason to change things just for the sake of dramatic liberties! When will filmmakers understand that…

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Chevalier: Biopic Rights A Historical Wrong

Chevalier rights a historical wrong in bringing the story of Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, to the big screen. “The most talented man in Europe in horse-riding, shooting, fencing, dancing and music.” – President John Adams. In a perfect world, we’d have seen the film in theaters last fall. It was one of four Searchlight Pictures films to hold some sort of premiere during TIFF. Where the other three films were released during the weeks…

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See How They Run Arrives On Digital

A month and a half after its theatrical release, comic whodunit See How They Run is now available to buy through digital retailers. There is no physical media release at this time. Depending on digital sales, maybe we’ll see something in the future? I’m assuming the film will eventually land on Hulu at some point. See How They Run is a comic whodunit that takes place in London’s West End super early in The Mousetrap‘s theatrical…

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See How They Run: A Comic Whodunit in the West End

See How They Run is a comic whodunit that takes place in London’s West End super early in The Mousetrap‘s theatrical run. Comic whodunits are all the rage right now. It isn’t just that they’re funny but they keep audiences guessing until the end. Even when the reveal comes, you find yourself saying, wait, what?!? How could I have missed that? It’s a genius form of storytelling and there’s never a dull point. It’s interesting,…

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