Director John Carney has once again delivered a potent combination of love and music in a tidy package
A Thousand Times Good Night has been elegantly crafted with extraordinary care, featuring an excellent cast and top-notch atmosphere.
The entertainment value is inexplicably genuine.
Constructed around a fairly realistic view of romance and lavishly set in the world of classical music, it never hits a bad note.
A man, a woman, and a horse all meet inside a cab. What sounds like a bad joke turns into the screwball opening for That's My Man.
Emotive silhouettes, peering sunlight, and subtle wide angle shots erect a feature with few cinematic boundaries.
Canadian actor Michael Koch plays the songwriting genius in a portrayal that captures the singer's struggles with alcohol and other personal demons.
The film is glorification of incompetent boldness.
... its two-hour running time feels like an abbreviated version of a much longer story.
Devil's Knot has the feel of an expensive movie made for Lifetime's movie of the week or Dateline.
Historically, the process is interesting. As a cinematic narrative, Monuments slowly erodes itself without direction
This film is contemptibly terrible.