Anyone sentimental about the original source material should prepare for disappointment.
While this may not be one of Anderson’s very best works, it’s still a brilliant, charismatic, beautiful looking movie.
There are plenty of moments in a teenage girl’s life where the trivial becomes momentous and the momentous becomes devastating, and they are presented here with a poignant and compassionate vibrancy that I’ve rarely seen so accurately captured on film.
LOUISA: MATT: LOUISA SAYS: In the latest indie to set itself out as an ‘intelligent’ alternative to the classic formulaic rom-com, “Maggie’s Plan” aims high,
LOUISA: MATT: LOUISA SAYS: Director Todd Solondz is a freaky-weird guy with an odd sense of humor to match, so it goes without saying that