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A tour de force. One of the best of the year
A charming film with great performances. #PIFF41 favorite.
Not as hard-hitting as Page One, but neverthless a must-see. Fascinating, soulful but also funny.
Kittehs! In Istanbul! Cute but could have been a short.
This pierces your psyche like a shot. All so very young. All murdered.
Makes no statements and solves no problems, merely a "day in the life" look at a small Italian island that handles hundreds of thousands of refugees (from Africa and the Middle East). Also, fuck you Trump.
David and Goliath story of the only bank that underwent criminal prosecution for the 2008 financial crisis: a 6-branch family-owned bank that served Chinese immigrants. It's tense and suspenseful, but also a look into the Sung family (with it's patriarch and three tiger daughters). I loved this film!
Charming and visually appealing; bright, colorful and slapstick. You'll leave with a grin
Walked out. Wooden performances with expositional dialogue.
A coming of (middle) age story
A promising a colorful start that just falls apart.
Astounding, edge-of-your-seat stuff and miraculous considering that most of the action takes place in the back of a paddy wagon
Fantastic film with great performances all around.
Slow to start and a somehwat obvious plot. But it's Ozon, so every frame is gorgeous.
Dark themes for kids, and ho-hum animation
"Beauty is truth, truth beauty, - that is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know."
This is a hack job comprised of stolen shots from better films interspersed with lingeringly long close-ups of Jolie's mopey moon eyes. Go watch Two for the Road instead.
Funnier than it has any right to be, but like any SNL skit, it goes on way too long.
Novel storytelling method and a convincing job by Hawke