Just sincere enough not to seem target-marketed, (500) Days of Summer is a charmer of both semi-classic and partially derivative proportions.
If only it was rewritten in a manner different than the Bryan Singer film, well that would have been magic, wouldn’t it?
Great ensemble acting highlights this Nicole Holofcener movie about mo money, mo problems.
Similar to its two predecessors in melodrama and gloss, the film follows in its own tradition of quality.
The Devil and Daniel Johnston hopes that Johnston and his mythic realities are never lost.