I put the Sunday afternoon stipulation on Gigantic because I feel that an evening viewing would have
left me a little flat. However, a Sunday afternoon gives you enough time to stroll around, consider the homeless man to red knight (fisher king) comparison and the surprising ease of a young single man adopting a child when Madonna can't breeze through the process like he did, then move on. I did appreciate the "we're all messed up in our own ways, but love and trust can see us through" message brought about through the innocence of a baby, but that thought only lasted until sundown :)
If a relationship breakdown is what it takes to get Guy Ritchie back into his groove and away from
projects like Swept Away, then so be it. Action + Dry Humor + Great Soundtrack + Good Editing = Great movie. Intersecting storylines and a couple of "gotcha" moments may have people saying it's Lock, Stock and 2 Smoking Barrels part 2, but I liked that movie also and am more than happy to embrace it's cousin in the form of Rocknrolla. It is also nice to see Gerard Butler sporting his common man, post 300 body shape. Go see it and a good time will be had by all.
Shine a Light was definitely worth the $16.00 Imax ticket. The sound was great as well as the
addition of old clips. Be sure to sit in the upper rows because there are a lot of close ups that had us straining our necks at times.
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