Thursday, February 16, 2012

"The Vow" a fine example of good, solid movie making says Movie Reviewer Andy McKinney

"The Vow" gets 3 solid Sawblades

Movie Reviewer Andy McKinney says, "One of the things that occurred to me right from the opening frames of this movie is just how blessed we are in the expertise of our Hollywood magic makers.  This is not an important film, in the big picture.  But it is good entertainment, which is no small thing.  This is a very smooth, very professional, quite well done film from a technical point of view.  The camera shots are appropriate, the acting just fine and the direction unobtrusive but effective.  This is a fine example of good, solid movie making which makes no claims at greatness.
            The writer/director Michael Sucsy has made an emotionally satisfying film that will please many people.  This is not at all bad for a first time director and a first time writer.  He has reason to be proud."
            See Andy's comments and showtimes at the Sawmill Theatre in Payson on the Payson Daily Bugle's Movie Review Page

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