The reviews for movies like this are some of the many contributing factors to my ongoing depression.
I love Sofia Coppola so much. The thing about pretty much everyone of her films that made me respect her is her wonderful gift at showing a plethora of emotion in such a subtle, quiet way. And this film is no exception.
Crafting up one of the best ensemble casts since ''Moonlight'', Sofia Coppola is able to show so much pain and sadness in her fascinating take on life in America during the civil war.
Shot impeccably with some of…
Loved this. I've always been aware of Noah Baumbach's clear talent for writing funny, human stories, but this is one of the most insightful and realistic depictions of a family I think I've ever seen.
Adam Sandler (giving his best performance since Punch-Drunk Love), Ben Stiller & Elizabeth Marvel are all awards-worthy for me here, doing their best to sell one of the most charming and emotional films I've seen in a long time. This was fantastic.