Friday, January 8, 2021

What to Watch This Weekend: Blizzard of Souls, Song Lang, Sing Me A Song, Herself, Honest Thief, Love and Monsters, Pieces of a Woman, Mood of the Day

For An Authentic, Oscar-Worthy War Drama: Blizzard of Souls (Virtual Cinema)
Blizzard of Souls is a poignant, visceral, sad, and altogether inspiring war drama with a commitment to authenticity, fantastic acting, and a compelling story.  For more information, check out the review!

For Those With An Artistic Side: Song Lang (Digital)
Song Lang has two wonderfully conflicted characters and an interesting, nuanced story that tells a tale of friendship, judgment, and redemption.  For more information, check out the review!

For Fans Of The Social Dilemma: Sing Me A Song (Digital)
Sing Me A Song shows the pervasive and emotional effect that technology can have on even the remotest of areas, and has a cinematic style that makes this documentary emotional and enlightening.  For more information, check out the review!

For Those Trying To Build Something: Herself (Amazon)
Herself tells a powerful tale of growth and independence fueled by Dunne's powerful performance and universal lessons about the affordable housing system.  For more information, check out the review!

For Those Preparing For The Apocalypse: Love and Monsters (Redbox)
Love and Monsters wins praise for the great performance of Dylan O'Brien and its surprising amount of emotional depth.  

For Those Hoping For A Fresh Start: The Honest Thief (Redbox)
The Honest Thief is classic Liam Neeson, with an interesting premise and plenty of tense, cat and mouse scenes.  For more information, check out the review!

For Those Looking For A Tearjerker: Pieces of A Woman (Netflix)
A stunning opening act is then sustained by Vanessa Kirby's amazing performance, make sure to have some tissues ready for this tearjerking drama.

For A Romantic Comedy: Mood of the Day (Amazon)
Your typical Romcom fare, two strangers have a chance meeting on a train and have their worlds turned upside down the more they learn about each other.  But this movie has a bright style and very good reviews, making this a good choice to lift your mood this weekend!

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