I have updated my “Movies” page. I was prompted to do so by having recently (and unusually) viewed two feature-length films (on consecutive evenings, no less): Darkest Hour and Goodbye Christopher Robin.
The former, despite Gary Oldman’s deservedly acclaimed, Oscar-winning impersonation of Winston Churchill, earned a rating of 7 from me. It was an entertaining film, but a rather trite offering of Hollywoodized history. The latter film, on the other hand earned a rating of 8 from me for the quality of its script, excellent performances, and non-saccharine treatment of Christopher Robin’s boyhood and his parents’ failings as parents.
In any event, go to “Movies”. Even if you’ve been there before, you will find new material in the updated version. You will find at the bottom of the page an explanation of my use of the 10-point rating scale.