Redvine Review with Vique Rojas
Vique Rojas is a frequent guest on “Your Life AZ” on 3TV and can also follow Vique on Facebook, but every Friday she joins Beth to get a preview of what will be released in Theatres and what is new to stream from home.
This weeks movies are:
The Diabetes Solution
- Streaming on VOD Nov 9th.
When Bethany and Matt's 5-year-old son, River, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, they followed all of the current dietary guidelines for managing his disease, and for three years, they were in a constant state of crisis management. Their son had dangerously high and low blood sugars, endless trips to the school nurse, and he continually missed activities due to diabetes. In June of 2016, they hit rock bottom and changed everything. After a very sincere and defeated post on social media by Bethany, several families reached out to inform them about their similar story and another way to manage diabetes inspired by an 86-year-old doctor. Immediately, they changed their diets and instantly they saw results. River went from feeling miserable all day to being an honor student and a nationally ranked athlete. It only took a few tweaks to his diet and insulin strategy for his blood sugars became normal and healthy. The Diabetes Solution examines their all-too-familiar story, the current guidelines, their success, and the corruption that hides this solution from people with diabetes. It's an undeniable example of how people with diabetes can prevent complications and live a full and healthy life. Its purpose is to bring a message of hope to people with diabetes and to shine a light on why the truth has been hidden all along. (courtesy Rotten Tomatoes)
Vique’s Review: 3 ½ Red Vines
- Jamie Dornan, Judi Dench
- In Theatres Starting November 12th
BELFAST is a movie straight from Branagh's own experience. A nine-year-old boy must chart a path towards adulthood through a world that has suddenly turned upside down. His stable and loving community and everything he thought he understood about life is changed forever but joy, laughter, music and the formative magic of the movies remain. (courtesy Rotten Tomatoes)
Vique’s Review: 4 ½ Red Vines