Is that stray comment five-deep in missing Margot’s Messenger foreshadowing or irrelevant? You’ll have to wait and see – and watch carefully.
The Yellow Birds isn’t so much bad as bland: an unforgiveable sin in today’s crowded marketplace.
Arizona has a killer concept for a killer comedy, but despite a promising opening it can’t execute what should’ve been cutting satire.
Stop Making Sense builds from a sparse stage and a cassette player into a triumphant, celebratory kaleidoscope of music and backup dancers and ridiculously oversized menswear.
There’s much to admire about Wim Wenders’ latest film. But unfortunately, Submergence is sunk by its tedious story.
What turned me around on The Other Side of Hopewas how it married black comedy conventions with an empathetic, humanistic approach.
In 2018, action is as strong as ever. But the boundaries of the genre have been redefined in the wake of the superhero genre’s dominance over the box office.
Consider picking Along Came the Devil up for your next bad movie night, if that’s something you’re into.
Upgrade is a clever genre mash-up. The film merges the tropes of the traditional revenge flick with speculative sci-fi,
at once indulging in genre thrills and commenting upon them.