Sets the disaster movie bar at a much higher level, and it succeeds.
Serves up a delicious blend of crime noir and black comedy.
It’s always welcome to see more films that feature strong female characters, but there’s so much here that feels too familiar.
The film’s rough around the edges charm makes it a winner.
Set during the Civil Rights movement in 1964, the timeless subject matter unfortunately has just as much relevance almost 60 years later.
Life is a journey, and we all take different paths to realizing our own key to happiness.