Ralph Breaks the Internet
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A comedy in which lightweight attempts at relevance mostly fall flat.
While Zus & Zo strains for style points, it's just an off-the-shelf romantic comedy, and not a very good one.
The title translates, roughly, as 'This & That,' a confectionary shrug that pretty well sums up the blase inconsequentiality of it all.
It's been a long time since a film made me want to change the ending.
Fortunately, the performers ... fully embrace the ludicrous aspects of their roles, with frequently hilarious results.
The Dutch may have scooped us when it comes to embracing the various permutations of human sexuality, but Paula van der Oest's densely schematic romantic comedy crinkles enlightenment into an aluminum-foil ball of hooey.
Hay ante todo una notable frescura en la observación de sus personajes que seguramente proviene de la habilidad de su directora y guionista Paula van der Oest.
It's all very Woody Allen, and more than a little silly.
Scattered among the annoying angst are a few brief moments of amusement...
The movie seems intended to show that Holland is the most inanely liberal place on Earth.
It's good-humored, nicely photographed and inoffensive and not too long.
A gentle exploration of mistakes, as four siblings discover themselves and each other.
weak plot, but decent acting and cinematography. entertaining characters in a not quite funny film.
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