New Reviews at RogerEbert.com for the week of May 08, 2015
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Films about writers are tough enough. Films about writers who think they're the smartest person in the room and too cool for the love story in which they're essentially starring are even more ill-advised.
The film is always visually arresting and takes on the mantle of a tone poem that oftentimes suggests the work of such filmmakers as Terrence Malick and David Gordon Green (the Malick connection is especially strong thanks to a narration…
A film for teenagers, especially those with a taste for teen-movie clichés put across with plush production values and a complement of high-energy dance numbers. Older audiences are likely to find the film less amusing than risible.