Interesting history, but the racing scenes are lame and ham-fisted, especially the technical details shown in the in-car closeups. As a car-racing fan, I found it hard to engage, even though the script and performances were good.
The critics, apparently unable to appreciate anything other than running-shooting-shouting mayhem, have completely missed the point of this charming movie. "Change In the Air" is quiet, reflective, empathetic, insightful, funny and totally original. The performances, by a senior-heavy cast, are intriguing and touching, with Rachel Brosnahan gently radiant at the centre of the story, quite different from her hilariously energetic Midge Maisel. The design and art direction, the cinematography, the music – all work beautifully together to make this a whimsical delight that will long stay with viewers who haven't been desensitized by never-ending exposure to thunderously violent action.
Compelling history, which should be required viewing for anyone who cares about their civil liberties, and about the future of the US. Writing worthy of Trumbo himself, with direction and performances to match.
A breakthrough performance from Kristen Stewart, coupled with a re-imagined 60s look and great cinematography are the icing on the cake here. The heart of the story is how Hoover's FBI set out to destroy an American celebrity – and succeeded: dark lessons for our own times. Don't let the critics' smug disdain for this one put you off: it's well worth a look.
Fantastic! My new favourite movie!! A delight from curious beginning to soaring finale, and the perfect antidote to anger, gloom and tedium. Anyone – in fact everyone! – in social isolation should to see this!!