This Christian Bale-led biopic follows Dick Cheney’s rise from drunken miscreant to the most powerful man in the country. In this journey, family life, heart attacks, ethics, constitutional & international law prove to be no match to Cheney’s thirst for power.
This biopic follows Freddy Mercury’s (Rami Malek) journey from student to mega star as the lead singer of the band who wrote the song for which the movie is titled, Queen. Parental expectations, societal norms, and music industry standard practices are abandoned in Mercury’s mission to design and define not only his music, but his very being. In his quest, however, he risks his relationships, reputation, and health.
After attending a Kwame Ture speech undercover in the early 1970’s, rookie detective Ron Stallworth (John David Washington) is emboldened to make contact with David Duke (Topher Grace), leader of the Ku Klux Klan, in order to infiltrate their organization. Since Stallworth, who is black, made contact with Duke over the phone, Phillip Zimmerman (his partner, played by Adam Driver) must physically appear at chapter meetings in his stead to properly execute his operation. While investigating their targets, and navigating nuanced racial tensions caused by Zimmerman’s Jewish heritage and Stallworth’s being a part of the racist Colorado Springs Police Department, the pair uncover a sinister plot.
Merch, New jokes (Polyamory, Loss), Emotional Availability, Learning & Teaching, Networking, Gratitude, Tiffany Haddish, Words of Wisdom, Cat news, R. Kelly, Bird Box Challenge, Gucci Gang, Barack on Billboard Charts, Ed Sheeren vs. Marvin Gaye collaborator, SAG Screener mail unveiling, Upcoming shows (and possible drama)… All that and (hopefully) Fido with slide thru at some point!
Beautiful Boy is a story about Nic (Timothy Chalamet), his struggle with sobriety, and the toll it’s taken on his family- especially his father (Steve Carell). Nic leads his family through the pitfalls of substance abuse as they struggle to keep up with their deeply pained loved one.