Demolition Movie Review — Jake Gyllenhaal shines in a dull movie

Demolition is an uneven, at best, arthouse film on grief that is all but saved by a strong Jake Gyllenhaal performance. I think it's safe to call this the "emotionally disturbed" era of Jake Gyllenhaal's career. Following career best performances in Enemy, Nightcrawler, and Prisoners, Gyllenhaal returns with yet another fantastic performance in Jean-Marc Vallee's Demolition. This time, he plays…
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Sing Street Movie Review — A fun musical romp with an emotional punch

Packed with fun musical numbers and flashes of humor, Sing Street is enjoyable on both a superficial and emotional level. John Carney is obsessed with the power of music. It's what his last three films, including Sing Street, are about. Once talks about how music can communicate emotion and is a universal language. Begin Again explores the healing power of music. Carney is…
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