“I’m luckier than most -- not as lucky as some.” - Uma Thurman (Gattaca)
You can easily tell the inspiration James Cameron received from this movie when he made 1997's Titanic. As much as you may hate Titanic for its cheesy, romantic, and fairly outrageous plot, I can say that A Night to Remember fails in its own way.
Budget, special effects, and historical evidence of what happened that night being known by 1958 aside, this movie was just all over the place. You had characters walking around in the frozen water without any…
“The King and Queen are coming to Downton.”
Downton Abbey continues the story of the prestigious Crawley family, in the mid 1920s, only a few of years from where the show’s timeline wrapped. This time, the Crawley’s new guests are none other than King George V and Queen Mary. But in predictable Downton Abbey fashion, a big event, such as this, never goes on without a hitch. Downton Abbey viewers alike will head for their theaters, ready to pick up where the show left off. However, will this lavish film appeal to new audiences?
Day of Soldado throws away all the great elements of Sicario. Right from the get go Sicario has an ominous feeling that never ceases as the story unfolds. Not to mention, Emily Blunt was incredible. However, Day of Soldado drastically changes the main characters, and takes away those ruthless characteristics that were present in the first one. While Day of Soldado is interesting, it only serves to water down the horrors that exist in the world of Mexican cartels.