The Big Sick is now playing in theatres across the city, and it’s one of the best summer movie releases of all time.
Here are five of the most entertaining and fun films I saw in Ottawa.
Big Sick (2018) If you can find it in the Ottawa area, this is one of my absolute favorite movies.
I’m talking about the first of many “Big Sick” sequels to come out.
The cast, with its ensemble cast, are excellent.
It’s funny, heartbreaking, and heartwarming.
The first film is about the parents of a young boy, who are struggling to cope with a mysterious illness and his growing obsession with a girl.
The sequel follows their struggles and triumphs as they attempt to get a new child into the home.
The characters are as charming as ever.
I loved it so much, I actually gave it a 10/10 rating.
The Good Wife (2018), starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Sarah Paulson, and directed by Peter Weir, and starring Julia Roberts, Kate Beckinsale, and Chris O’Donnell, and featuring Maggie Gyllenhaal, and written by Amy Poehler, and stars Sarah Paulina and Jim Parsons, and based on the TV show, starring Julia Stiles, and with music by David Bowie and John Legend, and inspired by the classic music video, The Beatles’ “Hey Jude” (1978), directed by John Lennon, and sung by John Denver, and is about a young woman, played by Stiles.
The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2018): The Grand Hotel is an adaptation of the French play La Grande Guerre by Louis-Bertrand Aristoteles.
The movie is a remake of the 1954 Broadway musical, with new characters and a much better acting cast, including John Malkovich and Jessica Lange.
I enjoyed the film, and I think it was an excellent adaptation of Aristotelles’ classic play.
The Lego Movie (2018, based on Lego) It’s hard to say if this is the most successful movie franchise of all-time, but it has earned its place.
The films have done great business, with a total of $8.5 billion in worldwide box office.
If you’re in the area, it’s worth seeing.
The Dark Tower (2018).
I watched this movie because I love the book series.
The director is a Stephen King fan and the writing is excellent.
The book series has had a huge impact on me, and so I thought I’d give it a chance, and if you can’t get it in your area, I don’t know what you’re doing.
Here’s what I saw.
1) The Hobbit (2010) I was really into the book The Hobbit, and the director, Peter Jackson, is a big fan of it.
His movies have won many Oscars and he’s been a huge influence on other filmmakers.
I didn’t think this movie was particularly good, but I’ve seen a few others that aren’t quite as good.
2) The Princess Bride (1988) I love this movie.
The Princess and the Frog (1988), directed and written and starring Jane Campion and Tom Hanks, is the first and only animated movie to win an Academy Award, and has become a hit worldwide.
I’ve never seen it before, but the writing and the story are absolutely brilliant.
3) The Dark Knight Rises (2012) The story is based on an original story by Alan Moore and Stephen King, and takes place in a world where the Dark Knight is Batman.
The best part is the music and the cast, who you really feel connected to, are absolutely amazing.
4) Interstellar (2015) I have no idea if this movie is any good, and even if it is, I’ll be watching it on a different day.
But this is a fantastic movie about two astronauts who have to work together to survive a massive alien attack.
5) A Beautiful Mind (1953) This is the only movie that I’m still reading.
I can’t believe I haven’t seen it yet.
The story of the story of a child who grows up to be a genius.
I love it so, so much.
I’ll always be an early supporter of the book.
6) The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) It might be my favorite of all the Lord of The Rings films.
The Hobbit and The Lord Of The Rings are just so different, so there’s just something special about them.
The other films in the series are so different and I love them for that.
I went to see The Lord OF the Rings on its original Blu-ray and I absolutely loved it.
It was one of those films that you have to see in its entirety.
This is one I will remember for a long time