Reactions to this election satire will likely be split along political lines — or your noted tolerance for intellectual sarcasm.
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.
“Last Flag Flying” is a touching riff on friendship, loss, and bonding through grief. It’s incredibly sad, but it’s also achingly beautiful.
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.
Colorful animation can only carry a series so far, and this franchise is quickly running out of steam.
LOUISA: MATT: LOUISA SAYS: As with many of the films in Woody Allen’s recent portfolio, “Café Society” is simply another predictable and forgettable notch on