The movie version remains stubbornly on the surface—a surface, moreover, that only a tiny number of people will view as intended.
Like Broad City, you'll want to binge on this.
Writer-director Kelly Fremon Craig puts a personal spin on the American teen film.
Far more uncomfortable than the brief moment of violence is the slow-motion train wreck leading up to it.
Here, for the first time in ages, is proof that “thrilling” and “analytical” aren’t mutually exclusive.
The movie splits into three segments depicting the life and struggles of its introverted lead character.
At first, Ove’s grumpiness is endearing.
Its bright colors and poppy music will amuse kids while likely putting adults into a sugar coma.
A primer for those new to the latest page-to-screen Marvel superhero.
Like all Marvel superhero movies, it's entertaining and fun even when it’s formulaic and a bit underwhelming.
For a movie about a famous pacifist, it's remarkably gruesome.
Those looking for a superbly acted, magnificently plotted, gorgeously designed, explicit East Asian period soap opera will be richly rewarded.