No Reservations

No Reservations
Charming and endearing at times, mainly due to Eckhart, “No Reservations” is a competent but uneven renovation of “Mostly Martha” without the magic that made it so special.[Lees verder]

Hairspray
In alchemy, the transmuting of materials from one form to another would, in theory, distill their elements down to their purest essence. In film, the opposite is true. The more iterations are gone through, the more muddled things tend to get, and “Hairspray” surely suffers from that problem. It’s good at what it does, but not everything it does is good.[Lees verder]

No Reservations
Charming and endearing at times, mainly due to Eckhart, “No Reservations” is a competent but uneven renovation of “Mostly Martha” without the magic that made it so special.[Lees verder]

Hairspray
In alchemy, the transmuting of materials from one form to another would, in theory, distill their elements down to their purest essence. In film, the opposite is true. The more iterations are gone through, the more muddled things tend to get, and “Hairspray” surely suffers from that problem. It’s good at what it does, but not everything it does is good.[Lees verder]