Posts Tagged ‘movie review’
“Havana Motor Club” is a high-horsepower look at Cuban car culture, especially the attempt by native gearheads to revive the sport of racing.
"Bridge of Spies" is an enlivening geopolitical thriller that pulls the curtain back on an unknown battle during the Cold War.
A goofy, Gotchic horror/romance, "Crimson Peak" is positively dripping with bloody mood but forgot to pack the intrigue.
A deliberately discomfiting portrait of how the line between victim and victimizer can easily blur.
This sensitive drama tries to add too much to its story, resulting in a depressed, though still positive, value of its cinematic experience.
Rather a mess, but an exhilarating one, the latest iteration of the Peter Pan legend captures the quintessence of childlike wonder.
"Eaters" is equal parts "Texas Chainsaw Massacre," "Children of the Corn" and "Wrong Turn" — if only it exhibited the same originality or intensity.