Green Book, about a black man and a white man driving through the segregated Deep South in 1962, has inspired various shades of outrage.
A general complaint revolves around the schmaltzy finale’s implication that racism can be glibly consigned to the past.
Based on the Green Book, a true story of how his father was disabused of his racist preconceptions through his friendship with the concert pianist. In 2015 Vallelonga tweeted the false claim that Muslims in New Jersey publicly celebrated on 9/11 — an especially acute embarrassment given that Mahershala Ali, an Ahmadi Muslim, is one of the film’s leads.
Should one’s reaction to art be informed by the artist’s opinions? Having no simplistic answer to that, all I can say is that anyone boycotting Green Book in protest will miss a flawed but oddly joyful movie elevated far above its limitations by two sublime performances.
Tyler Perry’s is Perry’s inside-out, topsy-turvy, screw-loose variation on “Fatal Attraction.” In this case, the vengeful hellraiser at the film’s center keeps telling us that she’s justified. Yet the more you look at her actions, the more she just seems nuts
The story follws Melinda Moore is a steadfast, hardworking wife who supports her husband, Robert Gayle, an engineer trying to sell an innovative battery design. A running total/dwindling balance of the proceeds Melinda receives after her mother’s death is portrayed as the couple gets in over their heads in debt, which fractures their marriage over time.
‘Great film, One of the Best i’ve seen in 2018
……….. that’s what i say!!!
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is a 2017 epic fantasy film directed by Guy Ritchie and written by Ritchie, Joby Harold and Lionel Wigram, inspired by Arthurian legends. The film stars Charlie Hunnam as the eponymous character, with Jude Law, Àstrid Bergès-Frisbey, Djimon Hounsou, Aidan Gillen and Eric Bana in supporting roles.
King Arthur premiered at the TCL Chinese Theater on May 8, 2017 and was theatrically released in 2D and RealD 3D on May 12, 2017 in the United States and May 19, 2017 in the United Kingdom. The film grossed $146 million worldwide against its $175 million production budget, losing Warner Bros. around $15 million, with critics “warning audiences to stay away”.