Screenwriter and film enthusiast. I'll watch anything as long as it comes with at least one good recommendation.
This has no right being as good as it is. I was gonna skip it because I'm a scrooge (and Jewish) and figured this would be a crappy Christmas special that'd just waste my time. So far, this is my favorite episode in the Matt Smith era.
It definitely appeals to Doctor Who's youngest audience but with the intelligent Steven Moffat style that all ages can enjoy. I want this to be annual viewing for my kids. They don't exist…
The message is original and feels very personal to Sofia Coppola.
It's almost too personal. Like, you have to be in this exact situation of fearing your husband's infidelity along with your overly-protective and offbeat father to really connect.
Casting Bill Murray forces us all to unfairly compare this to Lost in Translation which is unmistakably the better film.
Far from her best work but still a decent addition to Sofia Coppola's filmography.…