Complex poetic love story that bounces between tender and grim, and is supported by beautiful cinematography, a modest soundtrack and strong performances by Knightley, Miller, Rhys and Murphy. Runs a bit slow though, they should have shaved off 20 minutes.
Clash of the monsters, with the insecure teenage girl stuck in between. Okay teenage drama, entertaining enough.
The romantic comedy version of Scrooge, where a man is visited by three ghosts that will turn him from an a-hole into a doting husband. Endearing and funny at times, especially Douglas.
Completely incomprehensible and utterly boring.
Similar to the movie Crash, but not nearly as good. Tells the story of illegal immigrants and their sometimes heartless treatment, and gives a face to the statistics. Some of the subplots are very moving and well developed, some are meaningless.