Ramen chefs, poised mere feet away from their customers, are generous stewards of a hallowed, religiously meditative experience
“The Feels” hashes out Lu’s orgasm issue and all its attendant compatibility questions too easily at the end, in a way that undermines the entire film’s dramatic project.
'Isle of Dogs' is a wondrous fantasia of art.
The film hinges on a theoretically profound, yet practically cringeworthy, question: “Can what we hold in our hands be the same as what we hold in our hearts?” (The answer: Obviously.)
In the imperfectly perfect world of Connecticut royalty, even lawn mowers bleat eerily.
The pastry selection displays a unique variation that can make the uninitiated feel hopelessly provincial.