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The Instant Critic bids farewell

Greetings, fellow film enthusiasts!

In case you missed last week, Johnny Depp led us into the world of Rango.

This week, I’ve decided to offer up two “mini-reviews” to keep your cinematic thirst quenched over the dog days of exam week.

WAITING FOR “SUPERMAN” (PG, 111 minutes)

A stirring documentary about the current state of public education, “Waiting for Superman” brings up many hard-hitting questions concerning its subject. By interviewing experts in the field, the film captivates with its call for change. I wholeheartedly recommend giving this film a try.

MEET THE PARENTS (PG-13, 107 minutes – featuring Ben Stiller, Robert DeNiro, Teri Polo and Bltyhe Danner)

Easily one of my favorite comedies, Meet the Parents paints a vivid picture in the relationship of a kindly male nurse (Stiller) and his girlfriend’s prickly father (DeNiro). The film features some classic laughs that will leave you howling. Stiller and DeNiro joyously collide for a dynamic pairing. This is a film not to be missed.

What say you? Do you plan to spend your down time during exam week catching up on a few movies?

I must say that offering up reviews these past 10 weeks has been a true pleasure! I hope that over these past few weeks, you have found a film or two to enjoy and possibly return to in the future.

After all, who doesn’t love a good movie?

If you don’t mind, I’d love to know the best movie that you might have watched recommended in a previous post!

I hope everyone has a legendary summer at the movies. It’s going to be a good one.

Until then, may your popcorn be fresh and your movies always wonderful.

The Instant Critic