In his explicitness about one thing, it seems Almodóvar is reluctant to be less explicit about the others, unwilling to sacrifice shock in support of a larger, more heartrending awe.
The reflection on the director’s later-in-life preoccupations is one of his best films yet.
In reaching for the universal, he ends up with the generic.
Pedro Almodovar returns to flat-out farce with I’m So Excited!
Why Oscar fashion recaps are boring.
A free show at the Empty Bottle, sophisticated Italian food in Evanston, and more
Los Angeles Film Critics Association names WALL-E the year’s best movie.
Wherein our Reader critics decide to celebrate the Oscars–so who invited this guy?