The vampire movie as cross-cultural bonding story.
It definitely has it's moments, but it's also confusing.
Of all the Dracula adaptations I’ve seen, this is by far the most faithful.
A complex protagonist, a compelling story, and heartwarming message about love and redemption.
A modern-day fairy-tale that works both as a touching cross-cultural bonding story and as a biting satire of Cold War America.
A richly imaginative movie, if not always the easiest to follow.
Solid and stylish if slightly silly fun.
A relatively entertaining movie that gave us many of our most (in)famous vampire tropes.
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.
Tom Hiddleston. Tilda Swinton. Vampires. What else could you possibly need to know?