Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All Critics (16)
| Top Critics (9)
| Fresh (15)
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Martha Henry gives even the transcendent Katharine Hepburn a run for her money in the dope-addicted sweepstakes. A painful pleasure.
Not merely affecting and illuminating; it concludes on a note of hope.
As they demonstrated in their previous collaborations ... Reid and Hoffmann tackle controversial issues with passion and conviction.
Wrenching, powerful material.
Refreshingly free of the high-mindedness that plagues so many well-meaning documentaries.
Spare, direct, and devastatingly effective, the film puts fuzzy, big-word concepts like absolution and redemption into an agonizingly vivid context.
You Should Pay Nine Bucks to See This If: Because you're not going to learn about this stuff from the evening news.
Long Night's Journey Into Day succeeds in providing chilling glimpses into the horrors of apartheid.
Like the reconciliation process itself, it is both painful and rewarding to see.
A beautiful and often disturbing reflection on the nature of truth and forgiveness.
Apartheid has been the subject of several documentaries and fiction films, most of them quite effective. But none has taken the troubling approach of Long Night's Journey Into Day.
Moving and purposefully complex.
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