"If you think football builds character, you're dead wrong. Football reveals character". This is just one of the absolutely pitch-perfect messages this Oscar-winning football documentary manages to hammer home. Inspiring and uplifting in a way that never feels saccharine, Daniel Lindsay and T.J. Martin step back and allow their stellar cast of hyper-real individuals do all the talking. And you know what? We listened.
Riddled with more polished, well-executed and genuinely laugh-out-loud comedic moments than many of its contemporary predecessors, as a showcase for veteran funnymen Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Jonah Hill, The Watch is ideal. However, by trying to force square emotional pegs in round comic holes, The Watch suffers under the pressure to prove its legitimacy by incorporating a "depth" which is both unnecessary and poorly-executed.
Vogue's most intriguing editor-in-chief, Diana Vreeland, was the sort of person who said things like 'never fear being vulgar; just boring' and genuinely meant them. Exploding from the pages of vintage issues of Harper's Bazaar onto the contemporary big screen in a cacophony of castanets and razor-sharp witticisms, one of fashion's most inimitable superstars comes forward to take a bow in a sensitive, graceful and indeed, never boring documentary created by her granddaughter-in-law Lisa Immordino Vreeland.
Have you been known to use your bodacious bootay to get what you want? Do you often declare yourself to be 'like a god'? Have you ever seen your dead father in the stars and done exactly what 'he' told you? Do you sleep a lot? Then this post is for you. You see, for decades now, the Walt Disney Corp. has secretly been presenting real psychological ailments as cutesy personality traits (read: disorders) that should not only be encouraged, but put to catchy tunes complete with a key change. But never fear, BFF is here; from your Stockholm Syndrome to drug dependency, we've got the answers FRANK just can't give you.
There's naked Olivia Wilde. Just saying.