“Twice Born” takes the Bosnian conflict and tastelessly uses it as the backdrop for a melodramatic romance and a twisty mystery involving paternity. The ill-suited Penelope Cruz and Emile Hirsch struggle to convince us that they’re desperately in love with each other. My RogerEbert.com review. Read the review here
Sony Pictures Classics Rated R for strong sexual content including crude references, and drug use. Running time: 95 minutes. Three stars out of four. In theory, any new Pedro Almodovar film, even a fluffy, silly one, is better than none at all _ a notion that the Spanish master pushes to extremes in “I’m So […]
It’s sky-high hijinks in Pedro Almodovar’s latest, a throwback to his earliest work.