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There are some lives that are extraordinary enough to warrant a biography picture. Stephen Hawking is certainly a man worthy of such attention for all his many contributions to the scientific community. Looking back on his life, he also had enough struggles to warrant a dramatic story. But rather than dig deeper into the man to learn more about his accomplishments and plights, The Theory of Everything merely presents Hawking’s life in heart-tugging nuggets rather than an engrossing narrative. ... Read full review »
Crazy familial relationships, vast lifestyle differences, and impromptu musical lip-syncing performances. This is The Skeleton Twins, and it is an interesting and emotional film that is sure to have people talking. The film follows twins Maggie (Kristin Wiig) and Milo (Bill Hader). Separate events lead them to reunite after ten years of silence, and the two take this time to try and realise where their lives went wrong, and how they can fix them. I have given it three out of five stars, because even though it ... Read full review »