Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All Critics (16)
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By the end of this film, your heart will have had a workout.
Rarely feels unique, insightful or engaging enough to fully justify our attention.
A film with a subject that it achingly wants to share, but has little idea how to best talk about it.
If this were a Lifetime movie, it would end with Ms. Smith securing a job as a grocery bagger and viewers coming away feeling that all is fine. It is decidedly not a Lifetime movie.
The film's overall effect lets the person - not the condition - be the real story, one that's worth sharing.
There are several beautiful instances where the camera goes out of focus, everything blurs and for a brief moment, Michelle's vulnerabilities and anxieties are given their glorious closeup.
A documentary about a confident young woman who despite her disabilities makes a daring transition into independent living.
This lively portrait of a young woman with disabilities and her ordinary hopes and dreams is an explicit, engaging challenge to our ideas of what 'normal' is.
The best film about being blind this critic has ever seen, particularly fortuitous in its "star," a quirky, heart-melting gamine you will never forget.
She's a terrific subject, and Zevgetis has crafted a film that is, much like Michelle herself, a lot more complex than it might initially seem.
Best and Most Beautiful Things contributes a welcome perspective to the debate about what is normal -- and wonders, why should we stop pushing the boundaries?
It believes that the avenue to proving humanity is through banalizing gestures of quotidian significance.
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