The film’s stoic demeanor often feels too unhurried, but this sophisticated, gripping courtroom drama fully and forcefully asserts its social critique.
This 3-hour garish, obnoxious, overstuffed spectacle is two parts catastrophe to one part brilliance, which makes for an extremely divisive project.
The film aims for realism in its depiction of a mental health crisis that’s tearing a family apart, but Zeller’s style leans too heavily on in-your-face aggressiveness and melodrama.
A talky film with difficult subject matter, dialogue, and situations, but it’s also a story that is hopeful and empowering.
A bloody, gory homage to 70s horror flicks that features well-written characters, dry humor, and offers a unique spin on the genre.
A visually dazzling swashbuckling adventure with heart, this animated film has just as much substance as it does style.