It is all so emotionally and nakedly obvious. And that not only makes Sunday’s Illness good but near great.
Set It Up is so smart that it almost attains singularity, just not enough for the average Netflix viewer to be unchill with it.
Tag is one of those movies
that is much better than it has any right to be.
All I Want, a smart little indie co-written by the actress Melissa Center and debut director West Liang, is the millennial attempt to beat The Big Chill.
Foul mouth and over confident gangsters, international female assassins, domestic hit men with fuckup siblings, kingpins with hot triggered heirs that have daddy inferiority complexes, a city in riot mode, and Dave Bautista channeling Drax 2X, make for an over emoting ensemble that tries to keep up with the overheated plot.
Hereditary is a smart reminder that the horror movie hasn’t entirely forgotten it’s past.
Every director strives for honesty, but few achieve it so sincerely as Lynn Shelton does in Outside In.
Upgrade knows that any story must fail in the past if it wants to have a future.
The appeal for a movie like Adrift, where both Shailene Woodley and Sam Claflin get lost at sea for forty-one real days or ninety-six minutes of reel time, depends on whether ones Divergent and Hunger Games memories can compete with director Baltasar Kormakur’s flashbacks, hallucinations and squishy ocean recreations.