Werner Herzog’s documentary of the Chauvet Caves is stunning in 3D. More than once I thought I was
actually in the caves and had to shake myself to come back to reality. The caves were discovered in 1994 in Southern France. They have drawings that are over 32,000 years old. Thanks to their recent discovery and stringent laws, the caves and their art are and will be well preserved. Herzog’s use of the3D camera and his narration capture the eerie nature of the caves. The artwork revealed in three dimension transports us back to a different but still quite human time. This is an amazing experience that must be seen in 3D, so find it now in your local theatre.
A romantic comedy that is neither funny nor romantic. The all star cast of Jack Nicholson, Reese
Witherspoon, Paul Rudd and Owen Wilson are completely wasted. There is no chemistry among the young lovers to be (Witherspoon deciding between Rudd and Owen) and Nicholson parodies himself and looks strained. For two hours I waited for some spark and it just got continuously worse until it finally ended.
David Frost's 1977 interviews with Richard Nixon are brought back to life in this masterful piece
of story telling. The back story of how the interviews took place, the teams of folks that were coaching Nixon and Frost and the war of wits between these two are used to punctuate history in a captivating way. Frank Langella is sure to receive an Oscar nomination for his portrayal of Nixon as a complex, proud and vain man. The sweat on the upper lip, the wasted intellect, the sentimental story teller and the cowed lion are all expertly woven together. Michael Sheen as Frost captures his youthful hubris that appears to be letting Nixon get away with murder, but ever so subtly lays a trap that gets Nixon to fess up to his weakness and errors. Ron Howard has made a truly remarkable film. Be sure to see this one. It is a Peggy's Pick.
Disney has it all going in this family friendly, canine animated adventure. The canny storyline
has enough to keep the parents involved and the kids will love the cuddly dog Bolt, the wisecracking cat Mittens and energetic hamster Rhino. Bolt is a dog who stars in a TV action adventure series who actually thinks he has super powers. He constantly saves young Penny at the last second from the evil henchmen. Bolt determines that Penny has in fact been abducted and leaves the comfy confines of his star kennel to find and save Penny. On his quest he is ably assisted by Mittens and Rhino as they set out across the country to find and save Penny. Their adventures and self discovery are the core of the film. When Bolt does in fact catch up with Penny he is in for some surprises and the test of his life. The film is sure to be kids' classic. This is a Peggy's Pick and even better in 3D. Rated PG for mild action violence.
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