With humor aimed at married couples with kids, the writing is honest but predictable, and not always relatable.
Craig has succeeded in creating and expanding a now-iconic screen character in Benoit Blanc, and one that is worthy of his own franchise.
A sweet coming-of-age story that dives into very thorny territory. The end result is mixed, making the film feel off-putting, problematic, and insincere.
Anyone who ever worked in a video store or grew up obsessed with movies will relate to the antihero in this original, insightful feature.
An uplifting story of acceptance, self worth, and the art of embracing exactly who you were born to be.
A tedious, intimate psychological drama about female desire and a very, very bad romance.