Thoroughly pleasant but too tame and fluffy to do its subject justice, “Hysteria” is a film about the vibrator that you can almost take the kids to.
Potentially a satire skewering dark-age social mentalities, or a pointed historical look at the treatment of women, or a vibrant celebration of female pleasure, it shapes up more slightly as a routine love story with a cute idea at it is center. Read More
The indie drama “Like Crazy” follows two 20-somethings who, separated by a visa problem and an ocean, struggle to determine if the electrically romantic relationship they experienced in college is worth pursuing.
Anyone fed up with weepy, phony love stories will likely root for this film, which deals realistically with the survival potential of young and long-distance romance and tells its story intimately, intricately and generally without contrivance. Read More
It is a seasonably brisk, sunny morning in The City, but in the Ritz-Carlton hotel a tempest is brewing, as Anton Yelchin and Felicity Jones, the handsome young stars of the acclaimed romantic drama “Like Crazy,” fiercely debate their favored methods of online procrastination. Read More