Melissa McCarthy is her own worst enemy in "The Boss". Since she co-wrote the script and then hired husband Ben Falcone to direct she has to take the blame for every misstep and bad choice that is made, and believe me there are many on view.
"Miracle From Heaven" is a film that incorporates popular actors to broaden its appeal. It has beautiful cinematography and a wonderful musical score that features performances by Third Day. I scored "Miracle From Heaven" a divine 8 out of 10.
The quality of the acting, the importance of the story, and the overall entertainment value it brings means it should be a smash hit. So get up and get out to see it in theaters on the big screen where it deserves to be seen.
Faith-based movies have to walk a cinematic tightrope. They can not be too preachy. They can not be amateurish in the acting. They can not stray from their basic message. They must be just as entertaining as the non-faith-based movies with which they compete.
Where to Invade Next is Michael Moore's most disturbing film yet. Contrasting the progressive public policies practiced abroad with those here at home, Moore starkly drives home just how inhumane American society has truly become.