“I like you, very much. Just as you are.”
What lowers Miss Tulip from mediocrity to hellscape is its air of missed opportunity.
What resonates is the instantly accessible tale of good vs. evil, whose lore would only deepen and become more complex with later installments but received those first hints and teasers in this first film. Even as Kloves’ script adhered a little too much to the text of the novel, the pieces made for an entertaining whole.
The aptly titled Ghost World still offers a bracing glimpse of what it once meant to be young and smart and aimless in America.
The moral of the story is: Mary Fiore deserved better choices.
Despite its title, A.I. Artificial Intelligence delves deeply into what it means to be human.
Is it possible for a film to be 100% detour but still end up at its destination on time?
A perceptive office comedy unearths itself from beneath the bright colors and goofy faces.
The most lasting impacts of the film rely on memory, both in its aesthetics and its stirring emotional soul.
LaBute offered up a true anomaly with Nurse Betty, which adopted his typically transgressive approach to fit slightly more palatable material.