This could have made for a rich, elegant, atmospheric horror flick.
Judi Dench, please save us!
The film comes at tragically perfect time.
A love story darker than a Grimm’s fairy tale.
Barely elicited a couple of chuckles out of me.
A film for our times.
It doesn’t bring anything new to the genre, but it doesn’t need to.
Shazam! proves there are plenty of new ways to tell these super-stories.
It’s more than just another peek behind-the-scenes.
A bold experience that rightly highlights the need for more Pasifika cinema.
“It’s impossible to watch all of this detached from the warped lens of how von Trier sees himself”
There’s plenty of family fun to be had along.
“You’re watching a man fall apart, but jeez, what a doofus.”
“A valuable inquiry into the curative power of canine company.”
There’s a lot more going on than in Get Out , notes Aaron Yap, impressed with its ambition.
A stunning lead performance keeps the film a pleasant watch.
“Like the band itself, The Dirt is pretty dumb fun (and that’s coming from someone who owns Mötley Crüe records).”
Stephen Merchant has a great ear for dialogue.
Rose McIver and George Mason are admirable, but it’s a frustrating film.
Netflix new release is consistently interesting and anchored by solid performances from its superlative cast.
Does more for Kidman than it does for the genre.