The last time director Jason Reitman, writer Diablo Cody and actor Charlize Theron teamed up was for YOUNG ADULT.
Director Lucrecia Martel’s latest did not satisfy.
JOURNEY'S END ★★★☆☆
D: Saul Dibb (Suite Française, The Duchess).
S: Sam Claflin, Paul Bettany, Asa Butterfield, Stephen Graham, Tom Sturridge, Toby Jones.
Charismatic and sporadically vivid, but says little new about the First World War. It feels like a play.
My review: http://www.filmaluation.com/journeys-end.html
Another unusual love story from Kim Nguyen. BEFORE SUNRISE with hexapods and intercontinental rescue.
The volume of reboots and remakes is getting so tired.
Majestically shot. Experimentally told. Within eight minutes, three different time periods unfold. And that grows.
Inane sadism. Incompetently shot horror flick. Nondescript bikers are hunted by nondescript bikers.
A muddled philosophical legal procedural investigating culpability. Acting heavyweights enliven.
Out to own today:
A Ghost Story
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