Christopher Cross of Infinite Respawns writes: Dark comedy is a tricky beast to wrangle, especially when you want to inject drama into it too. The problems that arise are tonal ones that are difficult to avoid. In the case of Marjane Satrapi’s The Voices, they are handled reasonably well because of an incredible performance by Ryan Reynolds. The charismatic actor shows joy, regret, compassion, confusion, and hate to take the film from an interesting premise to a well-realized tale. All while still keeping itself anchored in a surreal, dark tone.