The recent adaptation does little to deviate itself from the Disney’s classic 1991 telling.
The film screens Friday-Sunday at Oklahoma City Museum of Art and airs 8 p.m. Tuesday on PBS affiliates nationwide.
In Sing, a theater lover inherits a theater and decides to host a singing competition to boost business.
Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone play a jazz pianist and an actress trying to make it big in Los Angeles while navigating a relationship.
Director Gareth Edwards applies a natural sense for majesty and scale to the ominous AT-AT Walker.
“It was so surreal to be back on that set,” Mullally said. “We have been off the air for 10 years, but [we] slipped back into those characters [like] it was like no time had passed at all.”
Into this horror comes Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival, a science fiction drama in which the effort to engage in thoughtful, careful communication could make the difference between the continuation of human existence and the real possibility that we could all get blown to bits.
Foggy camerawork reinforces foggy writing as book fans and newcomers alike will drift off during the lengthy scenes of conversation between patient and psychologist.
Palmer and Strange dance the tired dance between the arrogant dick and the patient woman who is always there for him.
Despite their vibrant colors, many of the main characters display everyday, cookie-cutter personalities.