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11/2 Movie Trip

Paul McGuire Grimes has three Theatrical releases you may want to check out.

CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME?
Lee Israel is an author who can’t seem to finish your latest work, a biography on Fanny Brice. She’s going broke and can’t pay her rent or vet bills. Her agent’s at a loss of what to do with Lee and won’t give her an advance for the biography. She gets an idea to forge letters posing as literary icons after finding an old Fanny Brice letter while doing research. She creates fake letters from the likes of Dorothy Parker, Noel Coward, and Fanny Brice and sells them for hundreds of dollars in an attempt to get her life back in order. 

Is It Worth Your Trip to the Movies? Exceptional performances carry this peculiar true story.

RATING: 4 out of 5 TICKET STUBS


NOBODY’S FOOL

Danica couldn’t be any more different than her sister Tanya. Danica is the straight-laced businesswoman to Tanya’s wild child. When Tanya’s released from jail, she moves in with Danica who is unprepared for the hurricane of craziness that follows Tanya. Tanya will say and do anything if she feels anyone is being wronged, which doesn’t bode well when she believes Danica’s love life is going in the wrong direction. Tanya calls upon the crew from the TV show Catfish to save Danica from a potentially fake online boyfriend.

Is It Worth Your Trip to the Movies? It’s quite funny if you’re a Tiffany Haddish fan.

RATING: 3 out of 5 TICKET STUBS


BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY

Freddie Mercury was a rock icon, a gay icon, and one of the greatest performers of all time. Bohemian Rhapsody picks up with Freddie approaching a college band about becoming their songwriter and lead singer. He was responsible for turning the band into Queen and getting them their first record deal. Their experimental approach with sounds and lyrics gets them noticed catapulting them to a newfound level of fame they hadn’t anticipated. Throughout this, Freddie struggled with his sexuality, marriage, and his relationship with his other band mates.

Is It Worth Your Trip to the Movies? Freddie Mercury deserves a better movie.

RATING: 2 out of 5 TICKET STUBS