None of these characters are villains, but their aspirations feel so empty.
This film bored me overall, but its saving grace is Hanks, who was made for a role like this.
Offers a deeper perspective of what it feels like to be in the shoes of a pregnant teen who is out of options.
A comforting, delightful, and beautiful underdog story about immigrants with a dream.
Comes across like a glorified student film rather than a contemplative exercise in existential anxiety.
I appreciate nuanced filmmaking, but I have a low tolerance for cinema that is overtly tedious.