Interstellar was out of this world. It was deep, beautifully shot and there were serious influences from other films of its genre. The ending was surprising and I am glad we saw it on the big screen.
It was a story of how our world got to a point where significant social change along the environment and food supplies were in serious decline. A space mission was executed to help find a new home for humanity.
You must see this movie. It’s an important commentary on life and where we are going if we don’t do things differently.
Tonight Hollywood’s best and brightest stars will gather to give and receive the most coveted award in American cinema. I am making a few predictions here on what I have gathered from folks in the media and experts, not because I have actually seen any of the films, because I haven’t. Some picks are just because I like the people involved. I will be picking my favorite seven categories.
Best Picture – Argo
Best Actor – Hugh Jackman
Best Actress – Jennifer Lawrence
Best Supporting Actor – Tommy Lee Jones
Best Supporting Actress – Anne Hathaway
Best Animated Feature Film – Brave
Best Director – David O. Russell (Silver Linings Playbook)
Saturday Night Live a couple of years ago did one of its fake commercials to poke fun at the Black Friday mess. This is over the top and very funny. Bobby Moynihan and guest host Anne Hathaway are featured here.
The Devil Wears Prada – Day two of our Meryl Streep film fest. She is good in this one and every other movie she has been in, she’s sublime. We also like Anne Hathaway, Stanley Tucci, Emily Blunt and Simon Baker.