Mike Mills’ vaguely autobiographic film is a boring disappointment. D.
Mike Mills’ new film succeeds despite its precious aesthetic. A-
But the McDonald’s origin story is lively and entertaining. B+
Martin Scorsese’s new film is a minor masterpiece. A
Martin Scorsese's passion project is one of the most disappointing films of 2016. C-
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