NYT Film Critic: “Best Picture” Nominees Are Too White &Amp; Male; Sadly, They Are Also Better Than 2019’s Less White and Male Movies, by Steve SailerFrom the New York Times: Plus, "Little Women," which was ho-hum. Because you are gay? The Academy Awards are like the Big Gay Super Bowl, so they've finally taken my advice and rather than schedule...
Feb 6th 2020
The anti-god themes rating was only there for the most strict religious followers to be warned: reincarnation is a core theme of the movie. But it doesn’t preach anything and feels very heartwarming throughout. The average setting is in a farm town with characters out of a Norman Rockwell painting. Perhaps all these reboots and period pieces represent a subconscious longing for the pre 1965 Immigration Act era, whose demographic changes are shown as the plot of the movie advances in the timeline. Don’t worry, though, all the “people of color” felt natural and didn’t inject random social justice plot lines. The only thing that will irk you (if you are to look for it) is that the only bad guys/negative characters in the movie (4 & 1/2 total) are white men. Surprise surprise. ◔_◔
Aug 27th 2018