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Pete’s Dragon is charming, loveable and endearing piece of filmmaking that never stops to amaze and elicit those butterflies in the stomach area during its longer-than-what’s-necessary running time. Sure, it has its fair share of cheesiness, but that doesn’t stop it in the slightest to attract newcomers to the magic that Disney used to cast with previous pieces such as Bambi, The Sleeping Beauty and Beauty and the Beast. ... Read full review »
When the aliens come, what language will they speak? Arrival weaves a smart sci-fi tale around such a subject, echoing tones from the best episodes of The Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits. These are not the aliens that want to eat our flesh or blow up our planet. This is not the scenario where courageous human soldiers fire guns wildly at laser-firing spaceships. It’s more unique and engrossing to learn what an alien language might be rather than what color of laser their doomsday machine can fire. ... Read full review »