Shut In (2016)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - November 11th, 2016 - Movie Reviews

But with twists of fate even Stephen King would blanch at and think are both too contrived as well as overly cold-blooded, Shut In never becomes more than the sum of its overly familiar genre parts. It’s a waste of time and talent, the only saving grace being the movie is a so instantly forgettable the bad taste it leaves after it comes to an end thankfully dissipates from memory in the time it takes to exit the theatre.

But with twists of fate even Stephen King would blanch at and think are both too contrived as well as overly cold-blooded, Shut In never becomes more than the sum of its overly familiar genre parts. It’s a waste of time and talent, the only saving grace being the movie is a so instantly forgettable the bad taste it leaves after it comes to an end thankfully dissipates from memory in the time it takes to exit the theatre.

Sausage Party (2016)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - November 10th, 2016 - Blu-ray and DVD

I still don’t get it. While Sausage Party has some amusing bits, personally the comedy doesn’t do a lot for me. I just don’t laugh, at least not a lot, trying to watch it again for a second time a far more lugubrious affair than I expected it to be.

I still don’t get it. While Sausage Party has some amusing bits, personally the comedy doesn’t do a lot for me. I just don’t laugh, at least not a lot, trying to watch it again for a second time a far more lugubrious affair than I expected it to be.

Doctor Strange (2016)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - November 4th, 2016 - Movie Reviews

I almost can’t wait to see this master of the mystic arts return for another adventure, and not just alongside the Avengers, Doctor Stephen Strange a mysteriously fascinating firebrand of courage and curiosity deserving of future solo outings into the unknown sooner rather than later.

I almost can’t wait to see this master of the mystic arts return for another adventure, and not just alongside the Avengers, Doctor Stephen Strange a mysteriously fascinating firebrand of courage and curiosity deserving of future solo outings into the unknown sooner rather than later.

Hacksaw Ridge (2016)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - November 4th, 2016 - Movie Reviews

Hacksaw Ridge is Mel Gibson’s (Apocalypto) return to the director’s chair for the first time in a decade, the Oscar-winner for Braveheart making his way back onto the battlefield to showcase a story of courage, combat and faith that’s unlike few other WWII stories.

Hacksaw Ridge is Mel Gibson’s (Apocalypto) return to the director’s chair for the first time in a decade, the Oscar-winner for Braveheart making his way back onto the battlefield to showcase a story of courage, combat and faith that’s unlike few other WWII stories.

The Handmaiden (2016)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - November 4th, 2016 - Movie Reviews

The Handmaiden is a glorious achievement, one filled with a number of unparalleled delights that only get richer and more meaningful the longer I think about them. Truth becomes fiction, fiction becomes truth, the seductive grey areas in-between an orgy of carnivorous beguilements that lead both to Heaven and to Hell in equal measure, Chan-wook delivering a marvel of storytelling sleight of hand worthy of euphoric admiration.

The Handmaiden is a glorious achievement, one filled with a number of unparalleled delights that only get richer and more meaningful the longer I think about them. Truth becomes fiction, fiction becomes truth, the seductive grey areas in-between an orgy of carnivorous beguilements that lead both to Heaven and to Hell in equal measure, Chan-wook delivering a marvel of storytelling sleight of hand worthy of euphoric admiration.

Moonlight (2016)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - November 4th, 2016 - Movie Reviews

Moonlight is a masterpiece.

Moonlight is a masterpiece.

Trolls (2016)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - November 4th, 2016 - Movie Reviews

None of it is enough to make me ever want to give Trolls another chance, of course, the film so obnoxiously unappetizing the thought of sitting through it again makes my skin crawl. I didn’t like it, not at all, and while I’m certain there are kids out there who will undoubtedly feel differently don’t expect me to sing a different tune on the matter anytime soon.

None of it is enough to make me ever want to give Trolls another chance, of course, the film so obnoxiously unappetizing the thought of sitting through it again makes my skin crawl. I didn’t like it, not at all, and while I’m certain there are kids out there who will undoubtedly feel differently don’t expect me to sing a different tune on the matter anytime soon.

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