Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Allied
This is the much anticipated big screen coupling between Brad Pitt and Academy Award Winner, Marion Cotillard, which doesn’t disappoint visually but falls flat when it comes to chemistry. Director Robert Zemeckis is a great visual master and Allied is no exception. Creating the World War II era Morocco and England was carefully crafted and looks stunningly believable, but what does not come across is sense... Read more
Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Disney’s Moana
Disney Animation has produced yet another master piece with the studio’s fifty-sixth animated movie, Moana. This Polynesian mythological story that was totally re-written for this CG Animated flick, and as has been the case with other Disney flicks now will be forever be engraved in people’s mind as fact.... Read more
Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Rules Don’t Apply
Following his 15 years absence from the big screen, actor-director-writer, Warren Beatty, is back at age 79 portraying legendary eccentric business mogul, Howard Hughes. Beatty, is already ten years older today than the age when Hughes passed away but that did not stop him from casting himself in that role… being... Read more
Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them
Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them definitely feels from the first scene like movie that someone at the studios said about: let’s burn the $180 million on the screen and do it so that everyone can see exactly how much money we burnt on this production. Even though every few seconds... Read more
Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Doctor Strange
Doctor Strange is the newest addition to the Marvel Universe to hit the big screen. As much as I wanted to follow the story, I feel the plot got a bit too complicated. The one thing Doctor Strange has got going for it itself is having an exquisite British import, Benedict... Read more
Ron Jacobsohn Reviews DreamWorks’ Trolls
When I took my kids to see Trolls, I was hoping to get a well-deserved nap, but instead I got a movie that taught kids and adults alike, about the pursuit of happiness. Those fluffy trolls, who like to hug every thirty minutes on the clock, are just too... Read more
Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Inferno
This is the third movie based on the Dan Brown best seller by the same name, following “The Da Vinci Code” and “Angels & Demons,” in what was promised to be a trilogy. Tom Hanks is back as Robert Langdon, the art historian and cryptologist, who is attempting to... Read more
Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Keeping Up with the Joneses
The resemblance of this flick to Mr. and Mrs. Smith is uncanny, however the coupling of Don Drapper and Wonderwoman aka Jon Hamm and Gal Gadot is not only as visually stunning as Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt but funny too, as two undercover spies trying to blend-in in... Read more
Ron Jacobsohn Reviews Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
Tim Burton is back after a two year absence, directing an adaptation to the best-selling novel from 2012, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, which truly feels like the perfect fit for this visionary director: telling a story that is blends between realities and spans between worlds and time.... Read more
Ron Jacobsohn Reviews The Magnificent Seven
MGM decided to remake the 1960 classic western “The Magnificent Seven” and although it did leave the storyline in the 2016 version identical to the original one, for some odd reason the filmmakers decided to make this a politically correct western having cast members from all ethnicities, kinda like... Read more