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Movie Review and Showtimes at Sayville Movie Theater - arts and entertainment - 5/17/2013
Joan OSullivan Lengyel


Once again Tom Cruise pulls it off. You start with a Sci-fi film loaded with CGI and the Cruiser makes you a believer. He did want to be a priest when he was 14.

The story line is possible: the destruction of civilization as we know it. As is the case the survivors make sure to battle it out for their cause, nothing new there. I have mixed feelings about this film. Couldn't follow the story line (don't expect logic when viewing Sci-fi). Tom Cruise keeps you in your seat even when the tail seems to be coming to a conclusion. I'm sitting there wanting to run out f the theater but Tom won't let me.

I do get distracted thinking about his personal life, yeah, three wives. I met Nicole Kidman after a play and saw # 3 wife, Katie Holmes, at the Met Gala last Monday in NYC. Both women are stunning and very lady like.

The film goes on for another twist. The other evening at "Cooper Union" the Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor said, "the strongest tool you can possess is the power of persuasion." I think Tom is a persuasive actor. His ability has garnered billions of dollars for the film industry. The supporting cast in the form of Morgan Freeman (again) makes the story possible. Melissa Leo's voice could not be missed.

Just relax with an open mind and enjoy.

Showtimes at Sayville Cinemas:
Star Trek Into Darkness (PG-13) - 2 hrs 3 mins, Sci-Fi Adventure
The Great Gatsby (2013) (PG-13) - 2 hrs 23 mins, Drama
The Great Gatsby (2013) (PG-13) - 2 hrs 23 mins, Drama
Iron Man 3 (PG-13) - 2 hrs 9 mins, Action / Adventure
Escape From Planet Earth (PG) - 1 hr 29 mins, Animation, Shows Start Sat., May 18


About Joan
Joan spends her time between Sayville and Manhattan which is good for someone that "freelances in creativity." The other thing about Joan is that her creative energies run in cycles from painting (Women Sharing Art, National League of American Pen Women, Wet Paints Studio Group) to writing (Movie and Theatre Reviews on Aries love new adventures so they are well matched. Joan will pop in her car with a coffee and then wait for the sunrise to reach the Great South Bay and then home to take on the day. Joan has lived in Sayville most of her life. Contact Joan at:


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