An OK documentary about a more-than-OK computer.
A parable that could be great but settles for good.
Its entreaties may not be novel but they're still necessary.
A very talky, traditional, two-hours-plus jawn of just the facts.
A searing story rooted in the semantics and semiotics of trauma and survival.
Just as inspirational but more intimate and understated than most films in this genre.
Knotty and rough enough to feel handmade and abrasive where it matters.
Not at all unpredictable but still undeniably powerful.
A stunning comeback for Brendan Fraser and so much more.
Perhaps more lukewarm about its heated topic than it could have been.
A strong, affecting documentary that strikes all the right chords.
Not much of a mystery, but a modestly successful documentary.