Interesting look at the rise of Coco Chanel, but the movie is somewhat distant, tame and chaotic. Tautou does a great job.
The story of these Casualty Notification officers is moving and an interesting perspective to the war. But the storyline is patchy and anecdotal, which makes it boring at times and confusing at other times.
Gripping story that is beautifully told puzzle piece by piece, beautifully shot and beautifully acted. Written and directed by Arriaga, who also wrote the impressive 21 Grams and The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada.
Two former spies, their relationship, and how they try to double cross their employers. Gilroy tries to duplicate some of the tricks he performed in his prior movie, Michael Clayton, and tried to add a romantic-comedy-twist. Perhaps that's why he called this one...
Mildly amusing, even though Grant's performance is terrible.