Vera Farmiga is the best American actress you've never heard of. full review
If Adrian Lyne directed a racy Lifetime movie, then asked Danielle Steel what to call it, you'd pretty much have Never Forever, a sudsy chamber piece that's engrossing despite its many plot holes and contrivances. full review
It's like a Lana Turner vehicle that's too meek to be Last Tango in Chinatown. full review
Never Forever has the steaminess of pulp and the stateliness of art. full review
Farmiga elevates the material of this melodramatic soaper into something nearly profound.
While Never Forever lingers in the thick of sex, lies and anxiety, it is something to see.
What holds together the pulp of this torn-between-two-lovers fantasy is a restrained and elegant cinematic aesthetic. full review