Gerald loves, loves, loves Coraline. Read his entire review right here.
Coraline is a wondrous and exciting children’s tale shown in 3D. Wondrous is only to be expected from the combination of film director Harry Selick (of The Nightmare Before Christmas) with Neil Gaiman’s book by the same title.
If you haven’t heard about The Secret Life of Bees yet, you should read Gerald’s review here.
The Secret Life of Bees is set in 1964 South Carolina during the year of the Civil Rights Act. Racial tension prevail. This period piece film adaptation of Sue Monk Kidd’s 2002 bestselling novel by the same title, tells the story of a white teenage girl in the search for identity. Her problems are loneliness, confusion and the desire to be needed in the midst of the civil rights movement.
The Secret Life of Bees, reviewed by Gerald