A documentary of sorts and a totally happy, feel good, just yes experience
A delight to behold. Animated with oil painting this visual masterpiece begs to be enjoyed. I loved it. The story, eh, who cares that much. But the beauty… and who thought of it, who pulled it together. How happy I am that they did.
Not quite When Harry Met Sally but oh so close. Great characters, believable, sympathetic, understandable. The Big Sick deserves all the praise it gets. And I got to see it on $5 Tuesdays at AMC.
13 Minutes that could have changed the course of history.
Not well advertised but soul moving.. what a story and so well told.
How did the Nazis come to power? What was it like in the towns? For the people? Who fell in line and who resisted?
Georg Elser saw it happening and tried to stop it. Unfortunately the bomb he assembled to blow Hitler and his Reich to pieces went off 13 minutes to late.
Haunting, unnerving, stomach turning… marvelous and worthwhile.
What does the title mean, why call this movie The Exception. It took some to figure it out, but wow, what a story. And told so well. The background was beautiful, the people enchanting, filled with moments of joy and terror and questioning.
An emotional nightmare. What a story and depicted to pull at every emotion. Thanks to Jessica Chastain for producing this necessary movie tho wasn’t taken in by her in the least. It was the story that was the star here, and what a heart-wrentching story it was. I’m not sure I took a single breathe from beginning to end.
Gotta say, I loved it. all my emotions were stimulated, I was totally there.