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Jackie – Review
Jackie has a lot of great aspects to it, but what stands out is Natalie Portman's performance as Jackie Kennedy. She completely embodies the role and sells it entirely, and thanks to the blending of film and actual footage, I rarely felt I was watching an imitation of Jackie Kennedy. It wouldn't shock me in the least to see her nominated for Best Actress for this role.
Office Christmas Party – Review
I walked into Office Christmas Party expecting a cut-rate Hangover holiday special, but it delivered a much more fun experience than I had thought possible. Sure, the end of the film gets cheesy and it never gets quite as raunchy as some of us would have liked. But, Office Christmas Party is loaded with hilarious moments, better than average party scenes, and almost every joke lands during the movie. So, grab a buddy, set the bar very low when you walk in, and you'll be pleasantly surprised with how much fun this Office Christmas Party can be.
Bleed for This – Review
Bleed for This is a boxing movie in which most of the best scenes take place outside the ring. This real-life comeback story follows a pretty basic formula, but the heart and storytelling are what drive it to be worthwhile. BLEED FOR THIS is the incredible true story of one of the most inspiring and unlikely comebacks in sports history. Miles Teller (Whiplash, Divergent) stars as Vinny "The Pazmanian Devil" Pazienza, a local Providence boxer who shot to stardom after winning two world title fights.
Grouplove at House of Blues Dallas
This band is such a fun treat live, this was the third time I have seen them. Each tour in support of their albums, Never Trust a Happy Song, Spreading Rumors, and now Big Mess has been a gathering of dancing, energy, and trippy colors rolling everywhere. They are a casual group of performers that seem to just want to share their excitement and happiness with you as they play as a group of friends on stage. The first song of the set "I'm With You" started out dreamy and the band entered with
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back – Review
The plot is predictable, but the movie does succeed in being entertaining. The action scenes definitely carried the movie by reassuring us that the old Jack still exists. I would be interested in seeing more sequels to the Jack Reacher series. Jack just needs to channel The Equalizer or at least the original Jack Reacher.
The Birth of a Nation – Review
The Birth of a Nation tells the story of Nat Turner (Nate Parker) a slave in Southampton County, Virginia. Nat is a field hand, but also a gifted preacher. His owner, Samuel Turner (Armie Hammer), hears word that the other slave owners in the county would pay to have Nat preach specific scripture to their slaves. So, Samuel and Nat begin going plantation to plantation, preaching one-sided scripture to the slaves in the hopes of subduing their rising anger. What Nat witnesses while visiting the plantations changes his views, leading him to create a violent uprising against the slave owners.