This month will be a mix of good neutral and bad. July has been rough on a person who enjoys streaming content as I do. Not a lot of what I was scrolling through sparked my interest and if it did, it might not have been worth my time. Consequently, I decided to share all of my opinions.
An adaption of James Baldwin’s 1974 novel, Beale Street is a romantic drama about Fonny and Tish in the 1970s. Beautifully shot and directed by Barry Jenkins, the story mixes first love and the challenges of blending families with a legal drama. I cannot come up with enough superlatives to discuss this movie. Regina King more than deserved her Oscar for her performance in this film.
With a relevant subject and relatable love story If Beale Street Could Talk is a faithful adaption of Baldwin’s…
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