An angry indie that favors hollow ridicule over credibility.
Considering the two codependent main characters (sheltered asexual woman and nerdy awkward male bird), Rio depends on the fish-out-of-water construct like no other recent animated film.
This ought to be chapter three in a series of prediction entries no longer than the amount of time it takes the orchestra to cut off the acceptance speeches of the winners in the short film categories.
This elegantly and scrupulously produced Blu-ray essentially serves as an all-in-one For Your Consideration campaign for David Fincher’s film.
The Social Network is at once a snapshot of a particular era and a universal story about trying to fit in.
Kevin Asch so thoroughly enmeshes one in his Hasidic Brooklyn milieu that his film initially counterbalances its plot’s banality by focusing on particulars.
It’s no Superbad, but Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart’s sterling chemistry make Adventureland worthwhile.