A film with Woody Allen stamped all over it.
An enjoyable look at his familiar subject; unfulfilled love and impossible relationships.
However, this film is let down by some, quite frankly, shocking performances.
For Anthony Hopkins to give a performance as wooden as the desk I'm sat at speaks volumes.
It's as if the cast literally turned up on set and Allen shouted action, hoping for the best.
I still enjoyed it, as I do all his films, but this fell very short of what it could have been.
A thoroughly enjoyable sci-fi.
Cruise is at his best here, as are the supporting cast. Whilst not the most original of concepts, this film has been superbly executed.
It's a sci-fi for fans of sci-fi, full of the textual schema's we know and love and backed by some stunning aesthetics.
A great watch. Not groundbreaking, but brilliant fun!
Alfonso Cuarón knows exactly how to get the best out of a story, using engrossing cinematic techniques that make this vision of the future seem reachable and real.
There're some immense displays of filmmaking skill on show here. This film breaks boundaries in it's inventive use of camera without distracting from an extremely powerful narrative.
A great piece of cinema!