Throughout, Judd Apatow dramatizes the ideal of community with an almost Eastwoodian sense of rapture.
Euphoria’s central relationship is luminous, but the series struggles to develop its other characters.
The film carelessly affirms the idea that all women should be able to fight back at will, and if they don’t, it’s on them.
With a humanistic touch, Peter Livolsi depicts people who never feel that they’re better than anyone else by virtue of their beliefs.
The film is at its sharpest when Chris Kelly hands scenes over to his main character’s family and friends.
“Daddy Issues” is all about boundaries and how quickly they can dissolve.
Like much of this season of Girl, the episode focuses on the gap between how we see ourselves and how others see us.
This release will give admirers much to pore over, while arming its deterrents with more “white people problems” fodder (“My Blu-ray’s too stuffed!”).
This Is 40 is frequently funny, but those laughs are just the highlights of a deadening parade of similarly toned jokes.