This understated character study about damaged people and broken relationships is painful, touching, and emotionally powerful, from its restrained beginning to its most forceful final blow.
Too subtle and moody to leave much of a lasting emotional impact.
This goofball teen comedy takes a giant step in helping to destigmatize abortion.
The movie’s potential is mostly wasted, but it’s fun to watch McAvoy go full-on camp as a dude suffering from two dozen personalities.
Overall it’s authentic, wise and reads as a completely real and genuine look at why growing up is so hard.
LOUISA: MATT: LOUISA SAYS: Humor is very subjective, and “The Bronze” is the perfect example of an incredibly divisive comedy that will push even