One third of the movie, featuring Luke Skywalker and Daisy Ridley's Rey, was a work of genius. The rest felt, sadly, like kind of a cop-out.
Why the Blueprint for Taking Back the House, Senate and Oval Office is The Karate Kid.
Generally speaking, anyone involved with the advertising industry should be hung drawn and quartered. But occasionally, creative types in the ad world absolutely nail it. Case in point: whoever is behind summer blockbuster "Jurassic World's" marketing campaign at Universal Pictures.
Not only was Roger Ebert a marvelous film critic, he was an astute observer of history current events. He laced his reviews with technical nous and an understanding of political and cultural context, engaging his readers intellect as well as their senses.