Sometimes Always Never (out Mar 14) focuses on a semi-retired tailor (Bill Nighy) who has never fully come to grips with the disappearance of his son roughly two decades ago. The interaction between the characters should serve as the film’s heart but given some of the scenarios are so odd and hard-to-believe (such as the finale itself), the emotional impact is lessened. Grade: B-.
Mini Review - Sometimes Always Never
- Written by Matthew Toomey