An initially shiftless sequel that finds its way to frivolous fun.
Like "Lion" if Lars von Trier made it.
As creepy-kid horror goes, this is the middle of the curve.
A generously gory, outlandishly funny horror-satire.
Mads Mikkelsen is all muscle and sinew, stuck in a film over-marbled with fat.
An agreeable, amiable period piece.
The worst possible outcome for an "Unbreakable" sequel.
The 2018 model of boring, boilerplate bad-cop thriller.
It’s enjoyably intense. Its aim is low. So what? It gets there!
Nick takes a look back at the highlights, and some lowlights, of 2018.
This "A Quiet Place" inversion skips right past blind and heads straight to dumb.
Evil, disingenuous garbage that makes a mockery of America's opioid crisis.