While competently made and more than competently acted (largely thanks to Cranston), the film fails to stand up with the multitude of biopics released in recent years.
It’s very rare that a film can be described as luscious, but Carol certainly fits that description. A tender story that blurs emotional openness, repression, and longing.
Harrison and Ben discuss the doped up 70’s film from PT Anderson.
Spielberg again shows his skills behind the camera.
In Mexican Reel Opinions means ‘gushing’