Babyteeth never struck me as a bad movie, but it never engaged me enough to become a good one.
Guns Akimbo is blessed with a few encouraging attributes, but undermined by its messy, misguided politics.
I feel bad about giving Just Mercy two stars, because it’s not an especially bad film. It’s an unnecessary film.
If you’re a fan of trashy thrillers and farfetched twists overlaid with a veneer of sophistication, you could do worse.
For about forty minutes, 21 Bridges is a compelling film.
The ideas are all there, but they’re wrapped up in a clumsily-configured storyline let down by its clichéd characterisations.
For a seasoned horror fans, there are better stories to watch when the sun goes down.
The Lion King adds nothing. All it does is subtract.
Sure, it’s not great. Thing is, there’s a gem of a great idea in Dark Phoenix.
By itself, this is a fairly generic horror film, pairing supernatural parental anxiety with Hispanic myth.