Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All Critics (27)
| Top Critics (7)
| Fresh (21)
| Rotten (6)
| DVD (2)
Though this terrifically cast movie may prove a tad too detached even for some members of its targeted audience, it covers remarkable ground in less than two hours.
[A] compelling portrait of Warhol's would-be assassin.
The film benefit from Lili Taylor's perfromance and from nice artistic treatment, but Valerie Solanas is simply not interesting enough as a dramatic character to occupy the center of a whole film.
Harron's style and Taylor's unforgettable performance keep us off-balance and engrossed.
Never as compelling as its central performance, it's still a very good film - and after all, that's a hard performance to live up to.
Erratically paced but generally provocative.
I had a lot of trouble trying to figure out why this picture was made. What was the director trying to accomplish?
A shallow, silly film that portrays all its characters, including Andy Warhol, as ditzy airheads. The only real airhead here is Mary Harron, the filmmaker who created this.
Very well done.
Really captures the look and feel of (what I would think) that whole "factory period" would have been like. Complete decadence on a totally supercial level.
Lili Taylor is brilliant as is the rest of the cast.
Don't get me wrong...Solano was completely unstable, but ultimately it's very sad in the sense that most of her "crazy" rantings seem to come true.
Self fullfilling prophecy...or perhaps there was a little truth mixed in with her madness?
Would have been okay if I were on acid. Although I love Lili Taylor so she did a fantastic job.
Decent but boring.
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