Coupled with how insufferably nondescript the protagonist ends up being helped make Dark Summer one ghostly foray into terror I shouldn’t have logged in for.
Whenever free-spirited dramatic comedy Life Partners focuses entirely and solely on Sasha and Paige’s evolving friendship it is close to magical.
Predestination, as whacky, odd and haphazard as it oftentimes might be, is just a heck of a lot of brain-twisting fun.
Subtle and beautifully heartfelt. Selma is an important movie, yes, but it is also a great one.
Nothing feels the least bit cinematic, Taken 3 an instantly forgettable, straightforward money grab and little, if anything, else.
It would have been nice had The Woman in Black 2 elected to take a few more risks, go places that were not foreseen right from the start.
There will be those that who try to convince people 2014 was a weak year for film. They would be wrong.
Richard Linklater’s 12-years-in-the-making coming of age drama Boyhood following a young boy from 6 to 18 was a revelation for a number of reasons, not the least of which is its breathtaking, magnificently simplistic authenticity.
Force Majeure – An avalanche might have got them talking, but the troubles afflicting Tomas and Ebba’s marriage had been simmering underneath the snowy emotional perimeters of their hearts long before the rumbling and tumbling became all-too literal. A masterpiece of introspective eloquence.