A solid film with a slightly sinister sensibility that’s going to please fans.
It may not be flush with innovation, but it’s an enjoyable reunion that revives the irreverent spirit and fun of the original.
This surefire Oscar contender is a bawdy, twisted, and unsettling film that is guaranteed to be discussed in creative circles for years to come.
This is a film worth seeing if only to serve as a reminder that this is a battle women and LGBT folks are still fighting today.
I can see why the film industry is going ga-ga over “La La Land,” the latest film from “Whiplash” prodigy director Damien Chazelle.