A very good movie about a very good priest. Imagine that. Brendan Gleeson, as always, is amazing. A-
I'm not a huge James Brown fan but Chadwick Bossman's performance is incredibly good. I also found the film's structure fresh and captivating. B.
Painful to watch. Tragic, actually. Especially since I've always been a fan of both Diane Keaton and Michael Douglas. D-
The pace is glacial, but it's worth it to see Philip Seymour Hoffman one last time. C+
A favorite Woody Allen theme: the rational vs the spiritual. For my tastes—not enough chemistry between Colin Firth and Emma Stone. B-
Slow moving, but more emotion and substance than "Tribute" films such as Divergent. B-
Really liked the first 40 minutes or so. Shed nary a tear. B-.
It seems to me that the graphic art technique employed here and in the 300 could turn out some seriously good state of the art films, not just ultraviolent pulp fiction. B