Everyone seems to be playing a different game and playing by their own rules.
Solid and stylish if slightly silly fun.
A remarkably timeless movie, it deals with issues that are still relevant and has two main characters who both embody ace themes, albeit in very different ways.
Bleak and cynical, yet also moving and even hopeful.
Angels moving invisibly among us, observing our lives, listening to our thoughts, offering compassion but unable to interact with us directly. It’s an intriguing idea, but might have made a better short than a feature film.
A tragic yet oddly comforting story about an elderly couple’s final month’s together.
Tom Hiddleston. Tilda Swinton. Vampires. What else could you possibly need to know?
One of my favourite romantic movies starring my favourite romantic screen duo!
I know I should be happy to see a movie that resists the clichés and the stylisation of conventional rom coms, but a little stylisation might have done this movie a lot of good.
Much more so than other movies, this is very much a work of art – as finely and beautifully crafted as the titular dinner.