The staging of this film, coupled with the brisk, brainy script, will send literary lovers and theater enthusiasts into fits of delight.
Every element of haunting noir feels flawless on its own, but Del Toro brings them all together to craft a film of near perfection.
This movie is a blast and delivers what most audiences crave: a good time at the movies.
A revealing, reimagined look at one week in the lives of Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball.
Exists to make audiences happy with its candy-colored visuals and toe-tapping soundtrack. That shouldn’t hide the fact that it’s lazy.
The rehashed story is convoluted, existing under the guise that if you can’t follow along, it’s because you aren’t smart enough to understand.