Blythe Danner

Two giant sequels and several worthy smaller films reviewed

Including new appreciations of Emily Dickinson and Pavarotti, the real story of auto builder John DeLorean, a British filmmaker inspired to draw on her own life and two oddball seniors falling in love

A touching drama about dementia, a daredevil rock climb and another 007 spoof

Also a teen’s life lessons from skateboarders and a cold war anachronism with submarines

San Andreas simulates The Big One, while I’ll See You In My Dreams and Ghibli film explore love and friendship

Also notice the two Canadian films and the many Vancouver connections