Unlike the red balloon that Pooh follows through much of the running time, Marc Forster’s film lacks lightness.
In Zoe, you see the honeymoon phase but not the emotional intimacy that makes a relationship last.
T2 seeks to recreate its forbear’s blend of grime, bliss, rebellion, and cynicism in a more globalized Scotland.
Bill Condon’s remake actually delivers a remarkably optimistic balm to a festering, existential wound.
Compared to its predecessor, director Danny Boyle’s T2 Trainspotting is a relatively aimless and sedate experience.
Ewan McGregor’s inert adaption smooths out the Philip Roth novel’s eruptions of self-loathing and doubt.
Director Ewan McGregor smooths out American Pastoral’s eruptions of self-loathing and doubt.
It works as both a modern morality play for our globalized world and as an indictment of Europe’s ethical bankruptcy.
It’s unclear how witnessing a family deal with their specific issues affects Jesus’s own perspective on his destiny.