A wartime fairy tale that asks you to forget nearly two decades of endless war
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The latest from the deadpan Finnish filmmaker included a touch too much banality.
This biopic about a transgressive erotic artist has all the detail and curiosity of a Wikipedia entry.
This hilarious, oddly moving comedy definitely won’t give you breast cancer.
It takes a bit to get going, but once it does, it reminds of the glory days of Pixar’s best.
A French drama about early stages of the AIDS crisis, although bigger moments work better than intimate ones.
A genuine family film actually that knows how to make its audience care about its characters and their struggles.
Mel Gibson is a horrible person, and this movies tries to turn his worst tendencies into a joke.
A major disappointment from Richard Linklater, filled with misfire performances and banal dialogue.
A gritty love story between two young men that somehow improves on Brokeback Mountain.
An interesting debut about a strange period in the Catholic Church, even if the dual never quite coalesce.
A savage amusingly black comedy from the weirdo who gave us The Lobster