IF, Young Woman and the Sea, Summer Camp

Movie 1: IF

This is a family friendly, heartwarming story about imaginary friends. It is sensitive and very well done. John Krasinski’s directing and writing is skillful and first rate. The voices behind the characters is a plethora of Hollywood stars, including Louis Gossett Jr.’s last role.


Movie 2: Young Woman and the Sea

This is a wonderfully compelling biographical drama about a person and an event we knew nothing about. In August 1926 American Trudy Ederle became the first woman to swim across the English Channel from France to England. The entire cast is filled with charming characters. This is a very inspiring sports story.


Movie 3: Summer Camp

Three friends who spent their preteen years together at summer camp, have a camp reunion fifty years later. There really isn’t anything believable about this story, nor is it particularly funny. Yet somehow it’s good to see Alfre Woodard, Kathy Bates and Diane Keaton in the same movie. Best to wait for this one to stream on TV.


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