I have been looking forward to this movie for a while now. He Never Died stars Henry Rollins (of Black Flag & Rollins Band) in this film about a troubled man who has to struggle with being sober for a while in order to find his daughter.
There’s an element of mysticism to it as Jack is supposed to be Cane or a fallen angel, but I’m not sure which. The trailers have been incredible. I’ve always enjoyed Henry Rollins and look forward to seeing how this movie goes.
You can get it on iTunes now.
This week I took my sons (5, 7, & 10) to see The Lego Movie. It was a fun movie. The characters were surprisingly engaging. The dialog was really funny, and Morgan Freeman’s work was very entertaining. All of my kids enjoyed it, though the youngest started to get bored toward the end, which may tell you the length of time required to sit in a theater is a little much for younger kids.
I won’t spoil the movie, but stick to your vow of not promising to cry from a Will Ferrell movie and you’ll be fine. You should also watch The Matrix again. This implies there is a lack of originality in the story, but what do you expect from a company that makes its money from spoofing other forms of popular entertainment.
All in all, it’s a very fun movie. I laughed, I didn’t cry (barely), and it became a part of me.
Would I buy The Lego Movie on Blu-Ray? Probably.
A fun, entertaining movie with something for the kids and parents.
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