A cinematic rant with decent technical acumen and nothing more.
A decent addition to the independent-noir genre.
The sort of ballad for bygone days you’ve heard done better elsewhere.
A well-made, solidly acted and beautifully shot four-part romance.
A visual boondoggle and James Cameron's worst film.
The Indiana Film Journalists Association has announced nominees for its 2022 film awards.
An unwieldy, messy beast where that messiness is part of the charm.
Technically impressive but often dramatically inert.
The Terrifier 2 guy is the brightest effect. The rest of the film is a tad too suspect.
A plodding, convoluted introduction to a planned trilogy.
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