A quirkily entertaining and stoutly unsentimental look at the relationship between a homeless woman and a playwright.
It may not have an explicitly asexual protagonist, but it comes closer than any other movie I've seen.
As nutritious as a bowl of Skittles – and every bit as tasty!
A dumb, silly homage to a dumb, silly show.
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.
I like this movie, with its moments of sweetness, whimsy, and humour, but there’s a cold nugget of cynicism at its heart that keeps me from loving it.
This is just one of those happy movies, a two-hour drop of sunshine.
WALL-E and EVE may be robots, and thus free from sexual desire, but they still experience a full range of human emotions and express those emotions in very human ways.