A swooning, punch-drunk love letter to one of the world's greatest cities.
Brit company Punchdrunk' environmental, film-noir dance retelling of "Macbeth" mashes up elements of theater, installation art and nightlife in a way that's difficult to sum up for potential…
Like the little engine that could, a specialty pic generally has to chug its way to box office success through sheer persistence.
Fairy-tale romanticism, eccentric charm and a malevolent current of suppressed anger compete for supremacy of attention in "Punch-Drunk Love."
Wallace Beery plays a big-hearted, big-muscled, small-brained guy with lovable qualities, a sort of cross between Emil Jannings of Variety (1926) and the same Beery of The Champ (1931). Instead of…
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