Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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The quality of Williams' script varies wildly, from superb to dire.
A vanity project that is, above all, a mixed bag.
This low-key effort manages to almost make you feel like you understand maths - almost - while also suggesting that in the end, there's little point in bothering when understanding each other is so much more important.
Unfocused indie drama has lots of sex, profanity.
X/Y never makes clear why we should care about these people and if their relationships live or die.
Ultimately, this series of unrelated clichés never builds to anything.
X/Y is a collection of staid, sexually charged New York stories that is rarely compelling, despite some good performances.
Williams puts a lot of trust in his ensemble and they deliver, turning out flashes of vulnerability. Ferrera rises to the top, giving an unshowy yet potent performance.
Though incredibly glum, the story provides a nice examination of how different personality types react to the fluctuating situations before them.
It's so nice seeing a film like this with actual racial and sexual diversity; it's rarer than you would think.
[Ryan Piers] Williams is a rarity, a director who can not only act but does so with skill: a credible leading everyman.
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