Restrained, respectful and earnest, but also delivered in annoying shorthand.
Emotional equations are something the film can't quite solve.
This film from the incendiary Arriaga and Iñarritu barely musters energy to sit up and wave.
Earns a place among Scorsese’s masterpieces ... for the first hour.
Forest Whitaker's unpredictable force keeps the film from failing.
James Ellroy's pulp withers under Brian De Palma's horror show.
A potboiler that ends with little more than a tepid simmer.
Skillful action but far less at stake than its fellow Mann.
Delivers belly laughs before striking at gut level.
A vending-machine movie directed by a sack of meat.
Wave hits. Boat flips. Survivors climb. Short movie. Smart move. Good time.
An exciting, if not-at-all innovative, tale of eye-popping action.