Beautiful film. It feels like an older person film, but I learn a lot from films like that. I love the part when they go fishing!
“A toast to my big brother George, the richest man in town.”
It’s A Wonderful Life is still one of the best written, best filmed, best acted movies ever made. This film entertained a 1940s audience and around 70 years later, my family is still entertained watching it.
Despite some of the cheesiness and over-doing this film and others during its time tend to have, the story of George Bailey is still one that everyone can relate to somehow.
Glass is a really good movie, but it is not as solid as Split and Unbreakable. Fortunately, it stays true to the pacing and simple/low-key brilliance of Unbreakable while attempting to combine so many characters and ideas into one movie.
M. Night Shyamalan makes me think about important questions like: what would I do if someone made me doubt who I was? Can a man talk me into doubting or believing? His message is one that everyone can relate to.…