awful English accents , ponders occasionally towards pretentiousness, its sixties recreation flirts with cliche and has a flat ending. But despite all these flaws, you can't help from admiring the acting (especially on Elle Fanning's part) and well the craft of the filmmaking
Character: Rosa's Mom, a female ninja with the power of ice slap. Fatality: Ottoman slap.
there's so much more to this movie than everyone seems to be getting from it. I think y'all need to watch it again.
Don't really know what Potter was trying to do with this but whatever it was I don't think she succeeded. Nevertheless, Elle is aces, as is Robbie Ryan's lensing.
The script was wonderful and Fanning really sticks out. Nivola and Benning are good too, the other ones are kinda ok, acting-wise. Once more I find myself thinking Potter is a genious and a master when it comes to crafting a story and bringing it to life, althought the material was kinda wasted in her hands as a director (I still love her on a personal level tho). Maybe having something more than zero as a budget...
Not sure about this one - Maybe I need to avoid films about activism as I find them quite boring - Conversations were quite bland and the acting could have been more convincing