There is a good chance that the title for this roundup is more exciting than anything that will be covered in this weekend’s theatrical releases.
“Who could imagine, 35 years on, For Colored Girls would become a star-studded mess of a movie directed by a black, male Hollywood mogul? But it’s also a missed opportunity, one that fails to fully capitalize on mostly terrific performances and the story’s timeless message.” Randy Myers Contra Costa Times It sounded like that review praised the movie as a powerful missed opportunity and a compelling failure. “For Colored Girls feels like the cinematic equivalent to putting a garish reproduction of the Sistine Chapel on the ceiling of your Mc Mansion and calling it art. Pols TIME Magazine Hold on, how garish are we talking?Learn where to get dates in your city whether that’s Vancouver, Toronto, Los Angeles or Timbuktu, and increase your confidence at the same time. I'm published on Lifehack, Order of Man, POF, Psychcentral and many more. The long answer is that there are specific things you can say to open conversations, and some tricks so you never “run out of things to say”.It pins you down, shakes you up and leaves you glad to be alive.” A. Scott New York Times Audiences should look forward to being slammed against the wall and shaken until in need of oxygen. “The movie is best when it calms down and concentrates on the sinister peculiarities of the experience, and when it focuses on Franco’s face.” The New Yorker David Denby “There are 127 different ways to frame a conversation about 127 Hours, and that’s a hallmark of a good film.” Jordan Hoffman UGO If the protagonist climber knew the time frame of his ordeal, he would have had a clearer Due Date (Rotten Tomatoes – Metacritic). “For a road movie, “Due Date” generates hardly any momentum.” Colin Covert Minneapolis Star Tribune A road movie without momentum is like a comedy with no laughs or a thriller with no thrills.