Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Understated acting and brilliant use of wide-screen black-and-white cinematography. Read full review
One of the year's best films, and certainly its most challenging so far: At more than three hours, watching it is less like consuming entertainment and more like living. Read full review
Quiet, powerful, contemplative, respectful of stillness, Eureka is the first film this year in which there is obvious greatness. Read full review
Wrenching performances and painstaking visual and thematic compositions. Read full review
Slow -- sometimes maddeningly, soporifically so. Read full review
It's never dull -- beautifully acted and handsomely shot in sepia-toned Cinemascope. Read full review
Eureka demands active attention, but rewards it with emotional resonance, thematic complexity and a succession of images that take up permanent residence in our brains. Read full review
A work that demands patience, and it will easily exasperate some moviegoers. Read full review
Special note should be made of real-life sister and brother Aoi and Masaru Miyazaki, who give beautiful performances as the children. Read full review
Never feels inflated -- and it builds to an ending of unusual power. Read full review
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