Ryan Gosling eating pizza in slow motion needs to be a film on it's own right.
Just, gimme more.
I was totally with this until they decide to settle on hanging around an almost empty hospital...
Yeah, this sequel really misses the point of the first film by dropping pretty much all the craft and suspense that makes the predecessor a classic. They even mess up with the Halloween theme song.
I've never been a huge fan of films that are more of a sensory experience than a narrative one, and this is a perfect example. There are here some good ideas, some good scenes, a good performance by Phoenix, but ultimately style over substance is also here from start to finish, and the style isn't even that great. So if you like meandering plots and boring seen it before violence, You Were Never Really Here is the movie for you.
Tully is a pleasant surprise.
It’s a flawed film, but it defies expectations in the best sort of way, pretty much because Charlize Theron proves once again to be one of the best actresses of her generation.
About the film itself, what’s expected to be a feel-good family-centred dramedy actually turns out to serve as a smart story about mother's love and the struggles and sacrifices that necessarily accompany motherhood.