The filmmakers are thankfully willing to render, with unremitting vigor, how grief can batter the human heart.
The house-car is a metaphor for Michel Gondry’s desire to make something a little more outside his wheelhouse.
Filmmaker Michel Gondry bungles his adaptation of the Boris Vian novel by indulging in homespun craftwork at the expense of plot and character detail.
Cédric Klapisch’s film becomes an effervescent variation on the time-honored story of striking out for the American dream.
Don’t let her pixie-ish presence fool you; Audrey Tautou, star of Claude Miller’s Thérèse, has quite the wild streak.
Claude Miller’s swan song not only shares its main character’s name but also her tempered disposition.
Now that Zooey Deschanel has taken a detour into TV land, is Audrey Tautou the most insufferable pixy presence in cinema today?
Another distasteful Ron Howard production impeccably preserved on DVD.
The image is gorgeous, the sound is astonishing, and the supplemental materials are solid.