A Dogs Way Home

A loving highly intelligent Pitbull named Bella gets separated from her family and home in Denver, Colorado. The movie embarks on the 400 mile journey that Bella goes through to get back to her family. Along the way she makes a few new friends and comforts the lives of a few.

“A Dogs Way Home” is entertaining, cute and light-hearted and provides a moving story. There is no new ground covered, but the movie does a good job of reminding you that a dog is a man’s best friend.

This is a 3 Star Movie!!

Divergent: The iMAX Experience

“Divergent” is not bad, but it could be better.

Image living in a world where you live in a distinct faction based on your virtues. Once a person reaches adulthood, they are tested. After testing they are given the chance to choose between 5 distinct factions in which to live out the rest of their lives. Once your choice has been made you must leave the family you grew up with. This includes your Mother, Father and any siblings.

Tris Prior (Shailene Woodley) chooses her faction, but during her initiation of her chosen faction she discovers a conspiracy by a faction leader (Kate Winslet) to destroy all “Divergents”. Tris must gain an ally in her training leader who calls himself “Four”(Theo James). Together they must figure out a way to stop the Divergent faction from being destroyed. The story unfolds from there…

“Divergent” is lacking in foundation. Events are not really put in proper perspective. The main actors are great. The problem is the story and how it unfolds. The cinematography and camera angles are excellent.

The running time (2:20) of “Divergent” is a bit long for what you get.