Felicity Jones

Jan 6 2017

Review: “A Monster Calls”

Grief is a beast. For young Conor O’Malley (Lewis MacDougall), it’s a gargantuan tree-creature that he conjures from his sketches.  On the cusp of being a teenager, Conor gets bullied at school and butts heads with his rigid grandmother (Sigourney Weaver) at home, where most devastating of all, Conor’s mum Lizzie (Felicity Jones) is succumbing to […]
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Dec 13 2016

Rogue One

(Please note: this is as spoiler-free as I can make it, going so far as to not even mention new characters’ names, with action examples being nonspecific and kinda vague. I want you to enjoy this movie as much as I did and remain unspoiled.) As it says in my review of Star Wars: Episode VII […]
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Oct 27 2016

Inferno

Ron Howard’s new adaptation of Inferno, the fourth of author Dan Brown’s Robert Langdon mystery novels, has had me dizzy since I saw it. Not since Oliver Stone’s Natural Born Killers have I been subjected to so much rapid-fire editing, jarring blasts of noise on the film’s soundtrack, and the dreaded nauseating shakycam for that […]
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Jan 17 2014

The Invisible Woman

“The Invisible Woman”, based on the book by Claire Tomalin, tells of the secret romance between author Charles Dickens (Ralph Fiennes) and a young actress named Nelly Ternan (Felicity Jones) that began just before Dickens started writing “Great Expectations”. A fairly listless period piece that is nice to look at but offers surprising little in […]
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