"There's a purely visual element to the storytelling that escapes many films of the genre - or, at least, everything but their action scenes."
"Real-life historical drama about a Bohemian artists' colony in Cornwall just before World War I ignores their work... to focus on a tediously tragic romantic triangle."
"An epic throwback to the "heroic bloodshed" classics of the 80's and 90's Hong Kong scene. Beats any Hollywood blockbuster out there."
"The first hour is uneven, but some of the action scenes in the second half rival THE RAID 2. "
"[T]he kooky residents of a small Irish village... go search of a black comedy, but get stuck in a dramatic thriller that goes nowhere."
Jonathan Richards is an author, journalist, actor, and cartoonist. He has published a number of novels, including The Whitmarsh Chronicles, a generational trilogy set against the background of the American labor movement; Tul... More
Biography: Online film critic Frank Ochieng has been devoted to writing and discussing film over the last several years. An avid observer of pop culture whose passion lies in the medium of film and television, Ochieng has been inv... More
"All I know is what I see in the movies," Betty Jo insists. She's the editor/lead film critic for ReelTalk Movie Reviews and writes film commentary for the C0LORADO SENIOR BEACON. She is a member of the Online Film Critics Society... More
Wise, funny, and heartbreaking without resorting to exploitation, The Fault In Our Stars does right by its bestselling source material.
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