A unique, beautiful and engrossing movie, telling a story rarely seen on film.
While the film hits a few wrong notes, the charm, energy and stylized beauty make for a lovely experience.
The energetic promise of the first half is severely let down by the forced melodrama of the second half.
Devastating, honest and the best movie to come out of last year.
Denzel Washington and Viola Davis put on a acting clinic in this faithful-to-a-fault adaptation of August Wilson’s play.
A wonderful and important true story for our time… if only the movie around it was better.
What separates this neo-Western spin on the bank robber genre apart from the rest?