Friday's movie reviews run the quality gamut, with
First, about the good movie.
"Hollywood rarely deals with faith and religion without making the film inaccessible to someone, cutting off whole swaths of the audience," Michael said. Think of
"I try, like with four-star movies, to give it out once or twice a year. You don't want to cry wolf. You want people to believe you," Michael said. But this? This wasn't funny.
I asked, since it was so bad, why he didn't just walk out of it. The answer:
"We're paid to see the whole thing and try to figure out why we wanted to walk out, but didn't!" He laughed, and I couldn't tell if it was a funny-laugh or a funny-because-it's-sad laugh.
Anyway, there they both were to review in a single week, and the result is in your A+E Movies section Friday, along with stories about
-- James Janega