actor: Nat Wolff

Home Again

September 8, 2017
I didn't have high expectations for this one, but I did expect Home Again to to be a fun, light and easy story. And it’s well-staged. Every scene was like turning the pages of a Sunset magazine, all the way down to the place settings. Every character is perfectly pretty—and likable. But [...]

Leap!

August 30, 2017

Dove Approved for All Ages

Watching “Leap!” felt a little like going back in time. Not necessarily because of the setting of the story in 19th century France, but more because the nature of the movie felt like 20 years ago. Actually, in a nice way. The dialogue was simple and the characters were a bit rough; and I took a [...]

Paper Towns

July 24, 2015
"Paper Towns" features a good philosophy from Quentin, known as "Q" in the film: With all of the unlikely things that happen in the world, "everyone gets a miracle." Unfortunately, that is about as good as it gets in this movie. The movie is, for the most part, about teens who live a hedonistic [...]

The Fault in Our Stars

June 6, 2014
"The Fault in Our Stars" is a poignant and moving story about two teens that meet in a support group and fall in love. They both have known great pain as Hazel (Shailene Woodley) and Gus (Ansel Elgort) have had a close shave with cancer. "Hazel Grace" as Gus calls her has to carry oxygen around [...]

Admission

March 22, 2013
"Admission" centers around the college admission procedures at the prestigious Princeton University. This romantic comedy was moving at times and funny at times, but the story was slow most of the time. While Tina Fey and Paul Rudd play their parts extremely well, the film suffers from the [...]