Home Again Scannain Review
Home Again is a black hole of a film. There is nothing within this space, it is devoid of originality, it sucks in time, and destroys even light.
Witherspoon sheds pretense for a true story robbed of truth by a sickly over-earnestness that has one eye squarely on awards.
The impressive visuals, the energetic music and the colourful cast of characters in Sing will stay with you long after the credits roll.
PT Anderson and Thomas Pynchon deliver an amusingly trippy look at the underbelly of Americana, and it reeks of weed and paranoia. Can you dig it?