Begin Again is noticeably safer than his Oscar-winning debut Once. At the same time, that doesn’t make it any less joyous, Begin Again having an innate hardscrabble authenticity to its layers.
Deliver Us from Evil is a compendium of a number of exorcist-themed features melded with a police procedural, everything moving along as anticipated building to a conclusion that’s hardly surprising.
For all the talent involved, and there’s a stupefying ton of it, Tammy is half-baked at best, making watching the finished product as tedious and as arduous a process as anything I’ve experienced this year.
Willow Creek isn’t new, it doesn’t break the mold, but the honest truth is that it doesn’t have to. Goldthwait has made a seriously great scary movie.
While not the dystopian existential sci-fi masterpiece many hoped for, Snowpiercer is a solid, visually inventive and at times breathlessly exciting epic.
I didn’t like Transformers: Age of Extinction, have no wish whatsoever to ever watch it again, but I can’t say I hated it in the same breath, either.
While certain elements do indeed fall a little flat, overall Eastwood’s adaptation of Jersey Boys manages to pack quite the melodious punch all the same.
Make no mistake, Obvious Child is a stunning debut. More than that, it’s also a terrific piece of cinema I’ll be thinking about and extolling the virtues of for a heck of a long time to come.
Chilling Sacrament a Disturbing Social Commentary Patrick’s (Kentucker Audley) missing sister Caroline (Amy Seimetz) has resurfaced. The former addict claims to have been cured, living within a secluded community located somewhere in South America run by an apparently kindhearted religious zealot known only as “Father” (Gene Jones). Heading to the secretive compound, Patrick is joined […]