I don't know how many film adaptations of A Christmas Carol exist, but the list seems endless. I'm not a maniacal fan of the story (though I don't deny its power or charm) so I've only seen a few of said movies, but to my mind, the only Christmas Carols that matter are Scrooged, the … Continue reading Twenty-Three: A Christmas Carol, Distance, and Holiday Reunions
The movie was hammered with bad reviews at the time. "Yeah," concedes Gary, "but there's some good work in there."
It's kinda weird that Catholicism gets dibs on (arguably) the scariest movie of all time. Where is the Jewish Exorcist?
Begins is most likely the best of the trilogy and the best Batman film thus far. NO, I can hear you saying, Dark Knight is the best everrrrr. Well, I'm sorry, but you're wrong.
Harry opts to see his long-gone loved ones for one reason: he is preparing himself for death.
Gary Oldman, in his little round spectacles, probably deserves better lines than the following: "Aleeeeeeeex! ALEX! Alex. Alex! Alex! ALEEEEX CAN YOU HEAR ME? Alex! Alex! Alex! Alex, no!" (Clearly he cannot hear you, Gary, or he probably would have mentioned it by now).
We inevitably hope the best for Harry because time and time again the boy is subjected to the loss of those he loves.