To start let’s make something perfectly clear: This is not a political post! Nor is it me hating on America, a country I have a lot of time and respect for. This is a post about the movies, or in particular … Continue reading How do the rest of the world feel when America saves them?
At a time when Hollywood is mining comic books, TV shows and even board games for movie ideas, adapting a novel seems quite ordinary and sensible. Books have been turned into movies for the longest time and with this week’s release … Continue reading Is “the book was better” ever a valid criticism?
The Girl on the Train will certainly hold your interest. It is a story with plenty of twists, turns, red herrings and ponderous moments that for at least the first two-thirds of the movie, you will be gripped, wondering on the … Continue reading The Girl on the Train (2016) Review