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Kinda, sorta, simply Apocalypse Now-In-Space.
Twenty years on, Brad Pitt could still play Tyler Durden.
Olivia Wilde should be directing more, and more, and more.
Helluva spectacle, wrapped around a standard rock biopic.
‘Fan Service: The Movie’ – but in several of the best possible ways.
It’s a bit of a mess: the pieces are all there, but they’re deployed in the least effective ways possible.
The true story of WWE superstar Paige is inspirational in itself, but the real pleasure of Fighting With My Family is how rounded the secondary (and even tertiary?) characters turn out to be.
Wonderful, inventive storytelling featuring kids who may still be figuring it out, but who are getting it together way better than my teenage years ever managed.
Earnest, visually ambitious, and unintentionally hilarious.
Laughed, cried, cheered. Beautiful.
Emotionally raw and stylishly shot, with beguiling choices of filmmaking and storytelling. A cast of outstanding actors, all giving interesting, surprising performances.