A few cinema outings in the month ...... horror, action, a feel good story and heartbreak.
|A Quiet Place II (2020)|
Action, mayhem, thrills all the way. I think once I heard it was from .....'the makers of John Wick' I knew what was coming. Improbable, implausibl, unrealistice fights and shoot-outs, but I have to say I enjoyed it. I liked the main lead - Bob Odenkirk especially. It was also nice seeing Christopher Lloyd on screen again. One I would happily watch again in a couple of year's time.
From Google ....
|The Father (2020)|
Hard to watch, uncomfortable, unsettling, sad, heart-breaking, thoughtful. One that puts you through the wringer. Maybe more so if you have elderly parents that aren't quite the people they were a few years ago. And also a glimpse into a possible future for your own self somewhere down the line, as the years creep up and tick by.
Dementia and Alzheimer's - to mention two diseases/illnesses/ailments (there are many more equally cruel) are incredibly hard to deal with. Bewildering, for the sufferer. Torment, for close family.
Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman are amazing.
From IMDB ....
A man refuses all assistance from his daughter as he ages. As he tries to make sense of his changing circumstances, he begins to doubt his loved ones, his own mind and even the fabric of his reality.
1. The Father
2. Dream Horse
4. A Quiet Place II