Whilst the tress genuinely look lovely, and the 3D is mostly decent, Epic misses the point of cinema at its very core, and the title is setting the bar far too high for what is ultimately a middlingly small-scale adventure (Pun not intended) full of under-written characters and nothing particularly funny for anyone over 6.
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To speak a lot about Our Children ultimately does it a disservice, it is a wonderfully made little drama which moves slowly but surely to boiling point in what might be one of the most shocking climaxes in recent cinema.
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21 & Over just about brings a smile to your face, and makes the 90 minutes relatively palatable. You could do a lot worse, but you might just want to skip the movie and go straight for the drink.
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It's big, it's broad at times, and wouldn't go amiss if a major studio were to release it mid-summer, it's a great, audience-winning film full of charm, wit, heart and honesty with an amazing performance by its cast.
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A magnificent follow up to Take Shelter, with similar tone and yet a stronger, more fulfilling outcome.
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Lake Bell's feature debut certainly has a whole heap of moments, some memorable lines and sweet moments, but overall In A World... feels a little half-baked, it could have done with a stronger central voice.
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