Like the charming, inoffensive candidate with some great ideas and an impressive brains trust...[it's] more than capable of spouting some mildly-inspirational truisms about the nature of politics and looking good in a suit while saying them.
Having established an effectively creepy mood in the first half, the film eventually degenerates into a muddled mess, with Nicole and Daniel Craig dodging zombies while popping amphetamines in a desperate effort to stay awake. We know how they feel.
I never received the movie & there still is no valid reasoning as to why my order ended up at Hacienda Heights instead of the store I chose. I didn't even get an email saying I could have picked it up in Hacienda Heights. Unqualified store procedures on handling orders is all I can attribute this to.
This is one of the best movies about the Civil War I've ever seen, maybe even better than \"Glory.\" Historically very accurate with top notch cinematography and solid performances from the cast. The story centers around the Kansas\/Missouri border war and Quantrell's Raiders. The way they recreated the sacking of Lawrence, KS was incredible!\nThis Civil War buff highly recommends it.
I watched the first five minutes of the first chapter and heard about 20 curse words including God's name in swearing several times. I went to the second chapter, more foul language, homosexual acts on screen ( not just audio). I had enough and pulled it back out of the player put it back in the box and into the trash where it belonged.
Many will relish Broken Flowers' refusal to serve up a resolution; others will find it frustrating. Inevitably, that's Jarmusch: like Murray's character journey, the rewards lie in the small moments that fade as much as the ones that linger.