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Giant extendend running-time only enhances its epic pleasures in an engaging western drama beautifully acted by a trio of powerful performers.
Writer-director Baz Luhrmann completely disfigures Fitzgerald's work to expose his unwelcome and vain extravagance.
A star-studded cast led by an impressive Albert Finey as detective Hercule Poirot rise above from the superficiality of the script that treats a murder-mystery case as extremely dull.
Claude Chabrol's adaptation of Flaubert's classic is often misguided and so fast-paced that it loses track of its most subtle nuances, never quite grasping the true essence of the book - Isabelle Huppert, on the other hand, carries her character on the right tone, resulting in delightful moments.
Judd Apatow's directorial debut reunites stellar comedians to reproduce the sexism that it tries to criticize.