Thomas Vinterberg's latest film seems to have sunken itself upon arrival, like the tragedy it recalls.
Wes Anderson being the most Wes Anderson he's ever been. (✯✯✯✯✯)
Overlong and meandering, if still stylistically pleasing. (✯✯½)
Repetitive melodrama that traps itself in one area and stays. (✯)
Feels conflicted in terms of where it wishes to go with its satire, getting lost in itself. (✯✯½)
With good measure, the best of the series. (✯✯✯✯)