Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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| Top Critics (10)
| Fresh (15)
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| DVD (1)
Uncompelling but moderately engaging.
The film squeaks in its joints whenever it tries too hard to make a 'generational statement,' and may annoy you with its glibness, but it manages to hold one's interest -- surprisingly at times, given the lightweight characters.
A laid-back look at youthful rootlessness which never really catches fire.
The other actors share an easy, appealing rapport and a flair for dry understatement, which is the film's prevailing tone.
It has barely enough wisdom to fill a fortune cookie but it's no pain to sit through.
Every generation spends a while in the navel observatory before learning that it's a shallow, lint-clogged pursuit.
The strength of it, the subtext of revolving door relationships, would have been better served if allowed to remain more subtle.
The narrative applies Newton's famous law to charcaters that are in rest (more inertsia here), forced to move by an external stimulus. The acting is good, but overall a static, venetless feature.
It's overall well-acted but often too stupid to bear.
A generally winning romantic comedy possessing an unusual degree of self-importance, Bodies, Rest and Motion works primarily because of its likable cast.
Bodies, Rest, and Motion is a nicely imperfect little film. It has these sensual, emotional, mistaken, and serious qualities that are quintessential 90s. Recommended to anyone who is in the mood for an indie drama.
Good indie film.
This movie would probably be less than mediocre if it wasn't for Tim Roth (I know; I'm a bit biased, but he's a great actor!). His characater is quite despicable, but absolutely hilarious. The story is pretty standard, but has a certain charm that keeps you watching. Fans of Roth should watch this, but it's probably not for most people.
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