Holofcener has made a flawed film about a flawed and sad man unable to find his stature.
Nappily Ever After comes off soft because the obstacles are easy. That can happen when there is too smart and complex for the world she lives in.
At its heart, The After Party is a clever hybrid of Martin Scorsese’s After Hours and Hal Ashly’s the last detail, two films about finding identity and true friendship in the distractions of life.
Flavors of Youth points out how memory is essential to all identity. How it is the source of all art and creativity.
To All the Boys I Loved Before (based on the semi autobiographical novel by Jenny Han) creates lead characters with unusual depth for the genre.
The Package knows that all teen comedies are about overcoming and being comfortable with the dick.
Guernsey is the perfect choice for those seeking a Netflix and chill night that is gentle, gentile and very British.
Brij Mohan tries to give its audience something more substantial than the usual light Bollywood fare. It ends up to squalid for that audience to watch.
Kelsey Grammer and Kristen Bell as the workaholic father and daughter who missed out on the joys of family, keep it believable and poignant by delivering constant nuance performances.