“The Last Duel” is a cinematic feast and thought-provoking saga set in the midst of the 100 Years War (13th Century). During that time the ubiquitous power of men, the frailty of justice and the strength and courage of one woman who is willing to stand alone in the service of the truth is examined. This movie is based on actual events that did take place. The movie climaxes with what is known as France’s “Last Duel” between Jean de Carrouges and Jacques Le Gris who were once good friends that became bitter rivals. The Story unfolds from there…
This is a Ridley Scott production! Ridley Scott makes very good movies.
The story is Compelling, Intriguing from a historical point, Bloody and Violent.
One interesting thing to note…Ben Affleck is Blond in this movie and I did not recognize me at first.
If you like historical drama, “The Last Duel” should not be missed.
“The Last Duel” is in Theaters.
This is a 4 ½ Star Movie!!
Wow!! Finally… “No Time to Die”. This installment finds James Bond attempting to live a normal life in Jamaica. He is no longer with the agency and is enjoying a peaceful life.
James’s peaceful life is short lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA contacts him needing his help. The mission is to find a Scientist who has been kidnapped. The mission ends up being far more dangerous than expected. The trail leads Bond to a mysterious villain who is armed with a dangerous new weapon. The story unfolds from there…
I will miss Daniel Craig as James Bond. He is cool as a cucumber in this installment. He dispatches bad guys with style and grace.
This installment leaves nothing out. The movie has tons of action, suspense, intrigue and a few special effects. The cinematography is on point. The story is rich with a back and a front. The 3D aspects were very good.
While “Skyfall” and “Casino Royale” are two of the very best Bond installments from Dan Craig, “No Time to Die” is right there with them.
If you are a James Bond fan “No Time to Die” should not be missed.
“No Time to Die” is only available in Theaters.
This is a 4 ½ Star Movie!!
“The Many Saints of Newark” sort of takes you back to when Anthony Soprano was growing up. Anthony grew up during the most tumultuous eras in Newark’s history. He became a man just as rival gangsters began to rise up and challenge the all-powerful DiMeo crime family’s hold over the increasingly race-torn city. Caught up in this whirlwind time is Anthony’s uncle Dickie Moltisanti whom he idolized. Dickie Moltisanti struggled greatly to manage both his personal and professional responsibilities. The influence he has over his nephew will help make Anthony into the powerful mob boss that we all came to know as Tony Soprano. Basically, this is the prequel to “The Sopranos” that appeared on HBO for many years.
The movie is dark, unnerving and a bit pathetic. I found myself gasping at times at some of the scenes.
The movie is executed very well, but not that engaging or entertaining. The cast of characters is spot on!!
If you are a fan of the HBO Series “The Sopranos”, “The Many Saints of Newark” should not be missed.
“The Many Saints of Newark” is in theaters and also streaming on HBO MAX.
This is a 2 ½ Star Movie!!