Wild Canaries is as adorable as it is honest, with a unique look at the parallels between crime and love, functioning as both a well-developed romantic drama and a creative throwback to 1930s caper comedies.
It may not diverge from the teen comedy formula at any moment, but The DUFF is hilarious and charming in all the right places, featuring two endlessly winning performances from Mae Whitman and Robbie Amell.
Editor’s note: Our “Double Exposure” reviews pit two or more critics against one another on the same film to hash out their differences in opinion. Agree with what we have to say or want to offer your own take? Leave it in the comments below. Josef Rodriguez: Fifty Shades of Grey has been one of the […]
While it doesn’t necessarily have anything profound to say about love, and it doesn’t always answer the questions it poses, but Bill Plympton’s Cheatin’ is one of the most original, hilarious, and uniquely animated films of the year.