Maybe the key is stop caring about Pokémon.
Shrewd, sleek and truly scary.
Movie? 5/10. Sandler? 3/10. Pearce? 10/10.
Bargain-bin ignominy and interesting idiosyncrasies.
A perfect ethnography that still rings true today.
An improvement on the original in almost every way.
An inert horror movie given otherwise lavish treatment by Arrow Video.
The TV-based prankfest doesn't quite translate to the big screen, but it has its moments.
An unshakeable and unsparing film about harassment and assault.
As if Michael Haneke directed "The Bye Bye Man."
It says everything. It can say anything. What does it say to you?
Surface-level emotion and nothing else in this Guy Pearce film.