“I hope that there’s a playfulness that people find in the movie, and that that at least can take them through the end of the night.”
– Tricia Cooke
What’s remarkable about Drive-Away Dolls is how it is built on a foundation of intoxicating wholesomeness. Sure, people get beaten up, shot, and even beheaded, but that never changes how agreeably charming events turn out to be.
Getting lost and making forever memories, once upon a dream with Disney’s Sleeping Beauty
Lights Out is a waste of time.
Madam Web comes tantalizingly close to being an unintentional parody of the superhero genre, and that happy accident almost makes watching the resulting mess worthwhile.
Lisa Frankenstein is more of a warmhearted lark than a pointed social commentary.
Out of the Darkness shines a light on modern troubles, and by dipping into the past, the film asks the audience to consider how tenuous and uncertain humanity’s future survival truly is.
Argylle is exhausting.
I.S.S. asks several troubling and unpleasant questions, and the film refuses to make things easy on the audience by smothering them in obvious or easy answers.