We're always seeking to get distracted and not owning our attention.
The usual entertaining action flick where Liam Neeson is at the centre of good and evil, except most of which happens on an old train with regular travellers and a cheap plot twist.
An ambitious premise with too little meat to support the characters, which is a pity considering the compelling dialogues and performances.
We all know we have to listen, but we often listen with the intent to reply and not to empathise.
How many of us are really committed to our resolutions, let alone achieving them?
A musical that will blow you away with its magical songs and brilliantly choreographed dances, it’s a simple story about accepting who we are is always better than pretending we’re more.
A French copy of "Chuck & Larry" that can be both very offensive and hilarious, depending on whether you dig over-the-top gags that are more of critiques of stereotypes than anything else.
It's more than just getting leverage or putting it on a scorecard to for future benefits.
One is actually helpful to others while the other is nothing more than a retrospective fact.
Apart from being touching and heartwarming, "Wonder" weaves in adolescent friendships and family ties into a story about overcoming one’s misfortune.