Baz Luhrmann’s style of directing makes it that much tougher for any of the actors to really break through the hubbub. And, sure enough, no one does.
Nearly a decade later, with all the technological advancement in the interim, “Nemo” remains a monumental achievement as well as a delightful and resonant entertainment.
It’s a funny high-seas adventure, a nonsensical piratical quirkfest in stop-action 3-D.
“Gnomeo & Juliet,” while no world beater, is a clever and colorful kidflick.