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Wildly romantic. Read full review
Despite its flaws, the film has the same dreamy, romantic melancholy that distinguishes Wong's best films. Read full review
Norah Jones, making her big-screen debut as a wistful wanderer, is a beautiful blank, and the fragments barely add up to a movie. Read full review
Music and nostalgia are what fuel all this filmmaker's movies, though, even a half-baked translation like this one. Read full review
All this is frustrating, as the picture contains a few grace notes that remind one what an acute filmmaker Wong can be. Read full review
The director is chasing a mood here -- a mood, an atmosphere and feelings -- much as he did in "In the Mood for Love." Read full review
A stunner of a movie. But all those gorgeous images never add up to a full picture. Read full review
Alternately precious and vapid, the movie attempts to wrest metaphors from a jar of house keys, and eternal verities from pastry. Slice the pie how you will, it's still half-baked. Read full review
Often ponderous, sometimes pretentious and mostly clichéd, this contrived meditation on longing and loss feels like a missed opportunity. Read full review
Isn’t eye candy; it’s a drool-worthy slice of eye pie. Read full review
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