The film taps into universal truths about the passage of time, the inevitability of loss, and how we prepare one another for it.
The film follows a young Chinese woman who disguises herself as a warrior in order to spare her ailing father from war.
Villeneuve’s moving yet disappointingly cautious mind-bender is accorded a robustly beautiful transfer.
The film is too trifling to be taken seriously, and too routine to inspire hilarity.
The Ladykillers updates the endearing yet instantly forgettable Alec Guinness heist flick from quaint London to the Mississippi Bible belt.