A lukewarm slacker comedy set in subzero temperatures.
Toronto International Film Festival
Pic is a "herstory" of the art birthed by feminism in the late 1960s.
Pic is a successful portrait on its own terms, save one: It's unlikely to excite much theatrical interest.
A dead-serious version of "Groundhog Day" that mixes supernatural tidbits with slices of anarchic violence.
Fests, specialty exhibs and classy vid play beckon.
It's a rare film that feels too short, but pic leaves one wanting more -- more story.
If Henry is guilty of anything, it's being a passive protagonist.
Wild Bunch has nabbed French distribution rights to Tom Hooper's "The King's Speech."