Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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A mediocre film.
The tone of the film, despite some pretty hard living, remains warm with flashes of magic realism. This works against our expectations for this kind of road movie, and may seem too saccharine for some. I enjoyed the journey.
Costa-Gavras scores a few telling points -- about the callous crassness of privileged tourists, for example -- but whatever his intentions, the end product is essentially a rattling good yarn.
The tension is always between Costa-Gavras's dark view of human nature and his main character's hopes for the future. It's an uneven battle, although the film has enough strong and thoughtful moments to make you wish it was better.
The brightest, most-entertaining film of [Costas-Gavras'] illustrious career.
Director Costa-Gavras takes his own story as a Greek immigrant living in Paris to inject a personal touch to the story in which handsome Riccardo Scamarcio's asylum seeker Elias finds nothing but the unexpected as he looks for a new life
o Gabras soy zestainei tin kardia me maestria stin epeisodiaki afigisi, esto ki an baltonei kommataki sto proto meros, holainei kata kairoys se deyterotrites ermineies (kyrios apo Ellines ermineytes) kai problimatizei me tin anesi poy prosperna politikoin
I loved this and I can't explain why!
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