The followup film to Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Hoover would spend his career protecting his country, his office, and his personal life from those he considered threats. This is, as the film puts it is time “to re-clarify the difference between hero and villain.” This controversial figure is brought to life in this amazing movie.
“If I live to be 100, I’ll never forget that big snow storm a couple of years ago. The weather closed in and, well you might not believe it, but the world almost missed Christmas.” – Sam the Snowman
The question isn’t if they’ll find the warheads, it’s if they’ll find them in time.
The holidays will never be the same for Kevin McCallister after he’s left alone for Christmas.
This film would be the start of a Hollywood partnership that would make some of the best suspense films of its time. Stewart and Hitchcock would create films that would stand the test of time.
There are moments when we all say things like “I wish they were dead” or “I could just kill them”. Horrible Bosses shows us what happens when words become actions.
Moving into 1949 Jimmy Stewart maintained his production level with two more films. One of them is the true story of professional baseball player Monty Stratton.
I don’t have a lot to say except that I really enjoyed the trip down memory lane. The film kept just enough of the originals in it to be loyal to the beginnings of the Muppets.