I was happy to see The Disaster Artist before it left theaters — and there was a nice crowd at the early Saturday evening showing a week or so ago. It’s a good movie: entertaining and compelling. 8/10
Though very funny, “The Little Hours” remains low-key and subtle in its effects. There’s no winking or nudging, no straining for laughs.
He thought it more funny than I, but there were a number of good laughs, and I liked the tone. Tone is important. Stephanie Zacharek, Time:
The Little Hours coasts along breezily on the oddball rhythms of its actors. The cast also includes John C. Reilly and Molly Shannon, who cap the whole crazy enterprise in a surprisingly tender coda. It doesn’t hurt that Baena and cinematographer Quyen Tran shot the picture in sun-washed Tuscany. Looking for a break from the Black Death, or even just the summer heat? The Little Hours is just the thing.
Update: Now 8/10