We gave it a C+
It’s working-class England, 1960. A Jamaican family moves in next door to the Jewish Wisemans, whose young David (Sam Smith) is a kid so wide-eyed he likes to exclaim ”Wondrous oblivion!” to self-diagnose his own wide-eyedness. Soon David is learning a lot about cricket — and racial tolerance, natch — from his good neighbor (Delroy Lindo, who’s the best thing here). Wondrous Oblivion goes awry in its sloppy racial drama, and although the cricket-training montages are good, they’re still training montages, and this is just that kind of overfamiliar movie.