Mark Ruffalo

Aria Mia Loberti in All the Light We Cannot See

All the Light We Cannot See: outstanding television

All the Light We Cannot See has me all excited because it is brilliant – an outstanding mini series. It’s based on the novel by Anthony Doerr. Yes, I know the book is always better. But this series is simply excellent in every way that good television can be excellent. The performances, the cinematography, the music, the writing, the locations …

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Ryan Reynolds and Walker Scobell in The Adam Project

Review: The Adam Project – love the actors? Okay, then.

The Adam Project is the kind of movie a lot of people will watch because they like the actors. That’s the best reason to watch this lightweight time travel tale. It’s easy and full of barbed one-liners, but south of outstanding.

Keira Knightley in Begin Again

Review: Begin Again

How does Mark Ruffalo do it? Every time I see one of his movies I think, “This is Mark Ruffalo’s best performance ever.” Then I see another of his movies and I have the same feeling all over again. Welcome to Begin Again with Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley in two of their best performances ever. 

the cast of "spotlight"

Review: Spotlight

Spotlight tells the story of The Boston Globe and its investigative team (Spotlight) that finally brought the story of child abuse in the Catholic Church national and global attention. There has been so much anger and pain at the Catholic Church over this monstrous world-wide cover up of generations of young people traumatized and scarred forever by their most trusted …

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thanks for sharing

Review: Thanks for Sharing

Thanks for Sharing boasts a great cast in a fair story about people in a 12-step group for sex addiction. The film gives superficial treatment to 4 sex addicts’ story lines. Mark Ruffalo, Tim Robbins, Josh Gad and Alecia Moore (Pink) are the sex addicts; all are in the same support group. Tim Robbins and Mark Ruffalo have been in …

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now you see me

Review: Now You See Me

Do you have fun at magic shows? Can you react to a trick with a 6-year-old’s sense of delight? If the answer is yes, you are going to really enjoy this magic show of a movie. Now You See Me is a magic act wrapped up in a heist movie and featuring a Robin Hood style plot. The people who …

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