Wakefield (review)

Wakefield (review)
Wakefield (review)
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Bryan Cranston plays a successful NYC lawyer who’s headed home to his wife (Jennifer Garner) and daughters. Due to a quirk, he ventures up to the room above the garage that overlooks the house. There, he stays…watching his family and ruminating about his relationships. The majority of this movie revolves around the character’s voiceover narration with a few short human interactions. Cranston can handle the burden, but the film can’t always. At times it’s compelling, but other moments just drag on. If you like cinema that ponders philosophical reflection (and/or Cranston), this might appeal. While it’s never boring, it only becomes enthralling in the final few minutes. (Criterion Cinemas only)


3 out of 5 stars (3 / 5)


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