A handsomely made yet oddly insubstantial film that might draw scattered arthouse auds.
Film strains itself to avoid doing anything the slightest bit innovative or clever.
An 11-year-old could see what cranky music critics had been grumbling over for years: the Grammys' tendency to ignore young popartists in favor of respected vets.
Abandons all narrative integrity to hit its church-mandated marks.
Tom Ford's film adaptation retains the tone of Christopher Isherwood's novel.
Among action helmers, "The Hurt Locker's" Kathryn Bigelow is something of a throwback.
In any film with a mystery at its center, the denouement is bound to be unsatisfying. This is true of Vegas buddy comedy "The Hangover," but only to a point.
What the band lacks in consistency, they make up for in unerringly keen melodic instincts.
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