Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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This overlong movie loses its focus as the director piles on distracting, pretentious cinematic embellishments underscored by an insistent use on the soundtrack of Vivaldi's "Stabat Mater."
A hodgepodge of artistic gestures grafted onto a traditional narrative, neither fully linear nor experimental.
It aims for a loose, French New Wave style but settles for muddled and rambling.
Delicate, tough, and heartbreakingly sad.
My Name is Hmmm... is ultimately too unfocused to really cohere as an effective, satisfying whole.
From France, this artful drama is designed to stir controversy among viewers, approaching taboo issues in a way that can't help but raise the hackles.
Indulgent, inept and pretentious, this represents the worst kind of artistic entitlement, an assumption that the ability to make a pair of trousers somehow equates with the ability to make a film.
The skittishly structured storyline concocted by Troublé and Jean-Pol Fargeau becomes increasingly contrived, and they end up trivialising a serious issue.
Agnès B needs to dig deeper.
This is a shoddy first effort from someone with such an acute eye for style.
A road movie with no direction from French fashionista-turned-filmmaker agnès b.
A laudable attempt, but 'Hmmm...' will likely be the most common response.
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