It’s refreshing to see a documentary with no agenda, just one that’s factual and, believe it or not, a bit inspiring.
This nightmare-inducing film is as unsettling as they come, a wildly unpredictable story that goes all sorts of places — and not necessarily to the ones you think.
A crowd-pleasing if ultimately dull bit of cinematic flattery directed towards the beloved feminist icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Regardless of its clunky, corny, laughable midnight movie vibe, the eye-popping effects, imaginative costumes, and rowdy fun manage to make the film entertaining in spite of itself.
A long-winded, thinly-premised, half-baked mess of a movie. I cannot think of one positive thing to say about this film.
This film is as profound as it is personal, a tragic look at a sad, ill-fated romance that’s doomed by both passion and politics.