The to-die-for cast can’t quite save this melodrama from its trite obviousness, in which rage and grief are matters of tasteful, upscale lifestyle. But they at least make it passingly watchable.
Believes six impossible things — like implausible character motivations, or big emotions — because they’re in the script, without bothering to earn them.
It’s all a bit satirical. Or maybe not. Look, over there, Shakespeare in a superhero cape!
A marvelous little unpacking of the meaning of happiness, precisely what constitutes it, and how to know whether you’ve found it.
All royalties from this collection of reminiscences — including many from those involved in making the current and classic show — go to charity.
Ah, Jeff Goldblum! Ah, Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan!
Arbitrary and inconsistent rules of time travel in aid of creepy romantic manipulation and temporal stalking. But hey, at least it’s got Bill Nighy!