Not every biopic does a great job of putting us inside a character, nor of appropriately selecting what portions of someone's life are worth telling and what can be left out. "Love & Mercy," however, is spectacular at both these things, offering an interesting way to give us the story and some wonderful acting.
For years, Josh has tried to explain what makes him like movies as much as he does. He has done this more successfully and less successfully, but it's never been quite right. Maybe though the new Blu-ray releases of "Zathura," "Jumanji," and "The Indian in the Cupboard" can help him make it happen.
One shouldn't, necessarily, attempt to apply logic to a "Fast & Furious" movie, but why would we ever let that stop us? If they can still be furious after all these years, we can look for logic flaws, and that's just what we do over the course of these five minutes.
Guess what? We find them, but maybe not where you think (okay, there too).
Khalil Sullins has written and directed a "hard" sci-fi movie about telepathy and the efforts of two young men working in a garage to read human thoughts. Just how far-fetched is it? Just how close may we be to knowing the innermost ruminations of another person? Sullins is here to discuss.