Uncharacteristically safe territory for a risky, gritty filmmaker.
The music of the night was sweeter on the stage.
A passionless, pretentious and embarrassingly stiff vanity project.
Its skewering of Puritanical piety packs a present-day punch.
BELIEVE IN CHRISTMAS, DAMN YOU! BELIEVE!
All its what-are-we-here-for frenzy boils down to taking the good with the bad.
The best sci-fi movie ever made ... if you happen to have never seen any others.
Everything we want, just not in the right proportions.
Too sobering to be a fun ride, but still a good ride.
Rubbing noses in the violence neglects viewers' hearts and minds.