As page-to-screen adaptations go, the films are reasonably decent, but you should still read the books.
Yes, it’s just as awesome as it sounds!
I don’t know what I resent more, the tedium of the second half or the wasted potential of the first.
I guess I can see how its unapologetic goofiness might appeal to some people, but I just found it annoying.
A dumb, silly homage to a dumb, silly show.
Not a great adaptation of not a great Shakespeare play.
While I admire the attempt to combine the whimsy and madness of the original with a coherent story, I can’t say it’s very successful.
A film that takes faith seriously enough to laugh at it!
The personal and professional trials of a humble priest living in a small English town.