By depicting these relationships filled with drama, instability and immorality, and romanticizing these concepts, young viewers will be understandably confused, taking away the message that something as serious as murder and suicide can be taken lightly if it is a labor of love.
There are moments in “Doctor Sleep” that are searingly terrifying, that will haunt one when they lay alone in the dark, trying to sleep. Yet I still found it to be one of the most uplifting movies of the year, showing how people can band together and reach for something higher.
“Harriet” enlightened me, and I’m sure many other viewers, about aspects of Harriet Tubman’s life that until now had gone mostly forgotten, but frankly, the fictionalized aspects of her story are unforgivable.
The result of Soderbergh’s breadth in perspectives is not enlightening, in fact it’s hardly informative. “Laundromat” becomes lost in its stylistic idiosyncrasies and sprawling storylines to the point of mundanity.