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A round-up of breakdowns of Wes Anderson’s rich, intricate film.
Proving a standard-Christmas-movie-but-gay can work just fine.
A promising first draft. Of a remake. Of an adaptation.
Everyone and everything in this romance is beautiful and accomplished. So why isn’t the sum of these parts… better?
A charming film can be glimpsed in here, in between cuts that get in the way.
An important moment in representation in American film – and a genuinely good Rom-Com.
The closing credit sequence – that single shot – is a movie, is life, itself.
Jessica Williams is gifted, and she’ll probably be a star one day. Until then, this is a lot of fun.
The Elvis Impersonator of musicals: it clearly loves the thing it’s trying to be, while missing its most important point.
Gritty retelling of fairytales X star power X film industry politics = erm, family movie?
Spend some time in this horrible dystopia – it’s a delirious joy.