I don't know if I can bring myself to watch this video (directed by Cary Fukunaga!) of Jake Gyllenhaal singing a song from Sunday in the Park with George, his upcoming Broadway production of the Stephen Sondheim musical, because I can't afford to see the show and this is just going to depress me. The world's awfully depressing right now. I might have to wait until I can take it. But perhaps it will do something for you, other than despair anyway.
"Loved Vice, Mary Poppins Returns. Admired Ben is Back for it's two lead performances although second half is kind of preposterous, they carry it off. Loved On The Basis of Sex. The audience I saw it with cheered. Kidman is pretty amazing in Destroyer but movie is definitely not for everyone. Admired Boy Erased and glad someone made this film for all those unfortunate people who might be in similar situations. Adore Lucas Hedges, but now he needs to do a comedy. Was impatient with Beautiful Boy. Impatient with If Beale St Could Talk and found it a bit self indulgent."
--- An Anonymous reader shares their thoughts on 2018's many end-of-year contenders -- what are you liking? Head on over to this post and let us know!