No Plot, No Story, No Laughs, just Bad Acting, Bad Script and Bad Movie.
Otherwise pretty good.
In this silent film, "The King of Kings" is the Greatest Story Ever Told as only Cecile B. DeMille could tell it in 1927. Working with one of the biggest budgets in Hollywood history, DeMille spun the life and Passion of Christ into a silent-era blockbuster.
If you have never watched a silent film before this is a great one to start with. It has been restored as part of the Criterion Collection. Featuring text drawn directly from the Bible,…
Licorice Pizza is among the funniest, warmest, most nostalgic films of 2021. Set in the California Valley in the early 1970's, Licorice Pizza almost has a feel of another classic coming of age movie only set 10 years earlier, in the early 1960's....American Graffiti. Only now California has Waterbeds, pinball machines, gas shortages, entrepreneurial frenzy happening.
Also like American Graffiti, Licorice Pizza has many newer actors like Cooper Hoffman and Alana Haim and her entire real family.
The characters work…
Beat the drums for J. K. Simmons Best Supporting Actor Oscar, but add a cymbal crash for Whiplash itself. It's electrifying! Andrew Neiman's determined to become one of the greatest jazz drummers of all time. To get there he'll have to survive the teaching of a ruthless mentor. and oh my, that is a understatement!
Miles Teller's (Andrew) total investment in his performance means viewers are no longer just viewers, we are also witnesses, and it's this intensity that makes…