Learn your A B C’s:A lways trust George Clooney.
B elieve in Bill Murray.
C ast Matt Damon in anything.
D on’t forget Cate Blanchett.
E njoy Bob Balaban as much in this as in Guffman or Moonrise Kingdom.
F eel the weight of loss when you realize that Hitler stole everything from people when he took their lives.
G reet Goodman, as ever, a force and a friend, like a grandfather you fear but can’t wait to see.
H ugh Bonneville, Downton’s Lord Grantham, stayed true to form in his stately address and attire.
I nnocuous as art may seem, when paired with the destruction of so much of Europe, its loss must have felt like insult to the injuries caused by war.
J oin ever sweet Jean Dujardin and the team in rescuing stolen art with their suave personalities and winning smiles.
L ooking though you
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R emember that your
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U niverse’s Creator who
V alues you, knowing you are
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NaZ i soldiers obeyed orders, feeling they were right, but Clooney’s troop of Monuments Men sought to remind all why we fight.
Great movie! A little slow at times but I would give it an A for sure especially since it has an awesome story.