(Click here for full review) Dear Martha Marcy May Marlene, There will be those that find you disappointing because of the enigmatic and illusory nature of your story, the lack of finality, but in reality there is no way that this tale could have ended
(Click here for full review) Dear Take Shelter, A lot of movies thrive on ambiguity. From characters with questionable motives to the fluid, elusive nature of “the truth,” movies make a habit of using the concept of subjective perspective as a means of creating conflict
(Click here for full review) What are you. Are you a fictionalized biopic about the early, formative years of Hunter S. Thompson – given, in your narrative, the pseudonym Paul Kemp? Are you a tale of how neo-colonialism mingled with 1960’s-era American exceptionalism and rampant
The Thing offer thrills, but no chills, and that’s only half a worth-while film.
What a depressing waste of talent.
This movie is real good.
This movie is not the cream of the crop.
A remake that removes all of the teeth from the original.
Hop in the passenger seat and let this movie take you where it will. You will not be disappointed.
(Click here for full review) Dear Tucker and Dale vs. Evil, Much like your two titular protagonists, the bulk of your knuckle-headed charm comes from your deceptive simplicity. It is easy, for instance, to say what you are – a movie about two hillbillies mistaken