Tag Archives: 2010s
Endearing, reasonably funny, and somewhat lame time travel romance. Over-the-top depiction of the seventies, of course, which unfortunately gets in the way at times. A quite cosy experience, though not in my book of ailing hearts. Advertisements
A young queen constantly torn between royal duty and personal fulfilment, war and peace, love and procreation, protestantism and catholicism, religion and science, progress and conservatism, male and female, et cetera. So many interesting possibilities, such lacklustre results. Not in … Continue reading
Slightly surreal and somewhat entangled romantic comedy. Contrived and delightful, surprising and predictable, chaotic and well-structured, fresh and fusty. Irresistibly enjoyable. Maybe in my lightweight book of multiple storylines.
Identity crisis – including high heels and various arachnids! Two dysfunctional couples are exposed to some heavy emotional anguish, triggering confusingly extreme over-reactions. The intensity is enhanced by an ominous doom and gloom score, plus a dystopian Toronto predominantly in … Continue reading