Babyteeth never struck me as a bad movie, but it never engaged me enough to become a good one.
The Assistant is an important corrective to bombastic Hollywood takes on this subject.
Bloodshot is a Bon Jovi movie. I call it that because – in every respect – it’s only halfway there.
Dark Waters interrogates the clash between corporate values and America’s espoused Christian ideology with astonishing sophistication.
The Invisible Man is a showcase for its writer-director’s obvious love and talent for genre cinema.
You can’t fault Robert Eggers’ ambition.
It’s curious praise to note that a film makes you want to book a therapist’s appointment, but this is a curious film.
There’s something satisfying about a well-executed B-movie. Underwater well and truly fits the bill.
Though well-intended, Bombshell’s story is simply too big for a feature film runtime.
The focus is on the impressive camerawork… which would have been more powerful in service of a memorable story.