An inspiring true story of four boys in the 1950s who were motivated by the Sputnik satellite to build their own rockets. A beautiful, encouraging film reminding us all to pursue our dreams, no matter what.
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Directed by Denis Villeneuve. 153 mins.
Worth my time? Mostly, but it tested my patience. (Watched on Blu-ray)
I passed on Prisoners during its time in theaters last year, mainly because its poster was boring and I had absolutely no clue what the film was about. 160 more words
In many ways, 2013 was a dark year for Canadian filmmaker Denis Villeneuve and his right-hand actor, Jake Gyllenhaal. At the Toronto International Film Festival, the pair premiered two disparate — but both unsettling — films. 378 more words