A bitter -but no less astute- observation of a family in crisis.
A jumbled mess of cliches and melodrama, painted only in the broadest of strokes.
Starts out as a delightful quirky comedy, and while fun, it loses steam towards the end.
Although not groundbreaking, The Life Ahead is a thoughtful drama, with a powerful and dignified performance by Sophia Loren.
François Ozon combines summer romance, teenage love story and coming of age in this beautiful film.
There are scenes here that work well separately, but as a whole The King of Staten Island is a character study about a character that isn’t all that interesting to study.
Miranda July’s latest is a spirited comedy surrounding a heartfelt family drama. A delight full of creativity and emotion.
Someone, somewhere, might have done something different or interesting with an adaptation of Rebecca, but Netflix seemed to only want an HD remaster.
Sofia Coppola’s best work since Lost in Translation is an expertly written comedy, featuring masterful work by Bill Murray.