The Faith Reels team got to see a pre-screening for ‘The Light Between Oceans’ and here offer a sneak peak prior to the full review on Friday
This week’s review is ‘Hell or High Water,’ a 21st century Bonnie and Clyde that explores how we find purpose amidst desperation
This week’s review is the Robert Redford narrated exploration of America’s natural wonders; ‘National Parks Adventure’
This week’s review is the ethically challenged film ‘Our Kind of Traitor,’ a John le Carre novel brought to film starring Ewan McGregor
As they spend time together Lou’s wacky wardrobe, clumsiness and heartfelt sincerity to do the best for her “charge” become endearing to Will and, as predictable, a very tender romance ensues. But it’s not enough to give him a reason to live as a disabled person; and that’s where the story takes a controversial turn. Let’s not spoil this for you. It’s worth seeing. You’ll have to decide for yourself who’s “living boldly” here since that’s the movie’s hashtag; #LivingBoldly.
This week’s review is the Ralph Fiennes and Tilda Swinton film, ‘A Bigger Splash,’ which explores the outer limits of excess
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