Despite the filmmaker reining in his idiosyncrasies, ‘Julieta’ is a well-performed, worthy Spanish slice-of-life.
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In a movie about a conspiracy, it’s a major problem when the conspiracy ends up being its most superfluous attribute.
Inspirational and full of heart, despite skirting around some of the more brutal struggles associated with autism.
Far from monumental, ‘Ben-Hur’ is nevertheless very respectable.
Logan Lerman and Sarah Gadon shine in this study on repression and emotional disconnection. Take your tissues.
A thrilling end to the Stark/Bolton storyline.
Arya’s story arc was the obvious highlight, while Jaime and Brienne’s current plots seemed to curiously stagnate.