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I was thinking about the actresses who always get cast as the motherly characters in movies, and the same names kept coming up. So I decided to put together a list of the best mum characters in the movies and the eight actresses who play them.
(I probably should have done this around Mother’s Day but I forgot.)… Continue reading
Tagged actresses, Allison Janney, best mums, dianne wiest, driving lessons, edward scissorhands, gravity, harry potter, julie walters, juno, life of the party, little miss sunshine, Melissa McCarthy, mothers, mrs weasley, mums, sandra bullock, st. vincent, the blind side, the help, the horse whisperer, the lost boys, the sixth sense, the way way back, toni collette, vianne rocher
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This movie is out of this world!
I saw Gravity 3D and it was spectacular. The director, Alfonso Cuarón, said movies should be a visual experience – a lot of dialogue isn’t necessary to tell the story – and he certainly did that well.
Claustrophobia, agoraphobia, isolation, suffocation and death. This is terrifying movie, playing on our natural fears. It is a very ‘human’ film – it goes back to basics – which is extremely effective in such an alien environment.
I’m not sure how to describe the epicness of the visuals… It is inviolable. Simply spectacular. The shot of the Northern Lights from outer space, and of the sun emerging from behind Earth… Wow.
Ryan (Sandra Bullock) and Matt (George Clooney) were absolutely incredible. I am a huge fan of George Clooney anyway, who played a chatty and upbeat character. But I was pleasantly surprised with Sandra Bullock! She convincingly played a strong protagonist. Continue reading
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So excited to see the following films: Continue reading
Tagged 2013, brad pitt, catching fire, george clooney, gravity, jennifer lawrence, now you see me, sandra bullock, the conjurer, the hunger games, the way way back, world war z