Another assured, emotional film from the ‘Moonlight’ Oscar winner.
As a history lesson, it can be compelling, but overwrought emotions and cliches aren’t necessary with a message this clear.
A deep, very well-crafted look at an epic scam, and one that will rightly have you infuriated.
Margaret Qualley and Anthony Mackie star in one heck of a pointless venture.
A complex period of politics and controversial decision-makers reduced to satire and frivolity.
Ignores genuinely interesting details in favour of scandal and melodrama, as well as annoying thinly-veiled social commentary.
It really doesn’t sound good.
It’s charming and crowd-pleasing, but its angle on race relations does get a little icky.
It hates everything. It hates you. It is a movie that revels in its own cynicism.