Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All Critics (10)
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| Fresh (8)
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| DVD (1)
The skill of Hare's approach is that he initially allows us to assume, via normal cinema techniques, that what we saw of the dinner party was the whole story.
Redgrave's performance is superb and she's ably supported by Holm, Dench, and Hamilton in particular.
Mr. Hare has assembled a superb cast, and its ensemble work is very fine.
A haunting film, because it dares to suggest that the death of the stranger is important to everyone it touches - because it forces them to decide how alive they really are.
[An] arch, overstyled downer ...
There are more questions asked than answered in this movie, but the mental gymnastics are well worth the effort.
Wetherby has a pedigree which substantially outstrips its small and undercooked story.
A gripping psychodrama that touches on themes of loss, middle age blues, and the dangers of repressing primal emotions such as love, violence, and desire.
An interesting build up and retracing of the steps leading up to the tragedy. This film however suffers from dull hanging in periods of tepid dialogue and useless plot development. Partially saved by solid acting, it nonetheless is not particularly memorable.
Exceptional cast in dark gloomy drama that moves at a glacial pace. The actors can't be faulted but it's a bit of a slog.
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