Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
A great love story and a deeply moving celebration of simple lives. Read full review
The result is an enchanting story of love from an idealized past that endures in the mundane present. Read full review
The Road Home takes a path few movies choose to travel these days, but it's a very affecting journey. Read full review
It's the rare film that trusts both its audience's intelligence and its emotions. Read full review
This is a gentle, engaging narrative of constancy and devotion against all odds, both natural and bureaucratic, in which the past represents enduring family values and customs. Read full review
The director finds poetry in the face of his lead actress, whose performance is as luminous and moving as the film itself. Read full review
With so many cynical Hollywood romances cluttering theaters, Zhang Yimou's unabashed simplicity is most welcome. Read full review
As luminous as the star presence at its center. It's at once a touching teacher movie and an even more touching love story. Read full review
It's a sweet tale, but the movie's real subject is Zhang, the camera's muse that the lens adores. Read full review
It's a simple story, reminiscent of the Iranian film "The Wind Will Carry Us." Read full review
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