The parents’ short-thrifted, hinted-at backstory > their offsprings’ laborious, lugubrious stories.
In a Sundance relationship-drama wannabe, when a parental figure promises not to miss a tyke’s birthday bash, you damn well know they’re missing that party.
When you’re familiar with the source material, it’s hard not to judge the adaptation more than its actual content.
Los Reyes is up there with White God among my favorite pup pictures of recent years.
How is Ralph Fiennes, one of the best actors in the world, not getting offered better roles than Official Secrets?!
Don’t Let Go’s a potent premise, impotently told.