Joe Wright follows up his Oscar-nominated Atonement with this Los Angeles-set tale of friendship and redemption.
My, what a fertile imagination Charlie Kaufman has. All praise to him for coming up with wondrously original ideas. What a shame, though, that the finished product doesn't always fulfill them.
Following the death of their mother in a car accident, in which they were involved, Kelly and Mary leave America with their English father Joe (Firth) to live in Italy...
Director Sean Penn has a very serious aura about him these days. When he’s not off campaigning about this and that he’s starring in dark "Oscar-worthy" movies like Mystic River.
Films about films are often a little pretentious: there's something about that self-referencing navel gazing that can really get one's goat.
Happiness is only real when it’s shared. Well, in the long-term many of us might agree, but Christopher McCandless didn’t and so his journey to Alsaka began.