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“Of course I’m respectable. I’m old. Politicians, ugly buildings, and whores all get respectable if…
Clarity just sits and rots in full view, a stirring testament to wasted time and carelessness.
Scoob! ain’t half bad. Actually, I take that back. It’s exactly half bad. The shock is that it’s even half good.
On one hand, this represents a new angle on the Capone legend. Unfortunately, this is also an eccentric, unpleasant film that gets lost telling a story nobody was asking to hear.
If Unplanned represented a pig slathered in lipstick, Never Rarely is beautiful in its unadorned frankness.
For all its good intent and ardent tone, The Last Full Measure is also a relentlessly underwhelming movie.
For anybody who thought any of this might be worth at least a slight chuckle, you’ve been warned. Like a Boss sinks like a lead balloon.
The decision to digitally anthropomorphize Buck actually fails the film on two levels.
The Way Back might cover a lot of familiar ground, but at least it does so with quite a bit of skill and sensitivity.
begin this review by asking two favors of you, dear readers. Numero Uno: Can anyone explain…
“The distribution system seems to be set up to turn every multiplex in this country into an idiot’s convention.”
Greyhound represents a successful attempt to boil away unneeded ingredients and reduce the experience of war down to its essence. Read more…
The King of Staten Island (2020)
The movie takes Pete Davidson and moves him into an alternate reality, one where a tragedy has rendered him physically and spiritually inert. Read more…
The High Note (2020)
The High Note hums with real chemistry between the romantic leads and an infectious affection for good music that really put the hook in me. Read more…
The Assistant (2020)
"Of course I'm respectable. I'm old. Politicians, ugly buildings, and whores all get respectable if they last long enough." --… Read more…