With good pacing, excellent voice talent, quality animation and direction, and a positive message, this is a family film that’s firing on all cylinders.
Heavily slanted towards conservative propaganda but is a decently crafted and entertaining movie about a man society chewed up, spit out, and promptly forgot.
This could’ve been something truly special if Waititi didn’t insist on spending the majority of his time winking at the audience.
All these shadowy dealings behind closed doors on Capitol Hill just made me angry and filled with rage, and the film isn’t satirical or edgy enough to examine the narrative in a fresh or meaningful way.
If anything, the film serves as a reminder of why Frances McDormand should be getting more big screen roles.
LOUISA: MATT: LOUISA SAYS: “Mr. Right” isn’t much more than a half-baked hitman romantic comedy. We’ve seen the concept before (think “True Romance” meets “Grosse