This supposedly final though none-too-conclusive chapter is fast-paced and entertaining, if not especially scary.
Chuck Workman takes the old-school view of Welles as a maverick too daring for Hollywood's comfort, with no consideration of the theory that he may often have been his own worst enemy — too impatient…
"Living Is Easy With Eyes Closed" is an easygoing seriocomic flashback starring Javier Camara as a Beatles-obsessed schoolteacher who pursues a chance to actually meet John Lennon in 1966 Spain.
With sets and costumes aiming for a vaguely '60s/'70s feel, "Lucky Stiff" onscreen is a very light black comedy in a broad, campy tenor.
t's not always totally clear why protags are being allowed to videotape the situation by their captors, and pic sometimes cheats (albeit almost unnoticeably) on its own aesthetic premise. Still…
Never quite sure whether it's aiming for suspense, absurdism, romance, or something else, the pic simply tries for everything in half-hearted fashion, ending up neither sufficiently plausible or…
There's moderate interest in brief interviews with performers at the real-life seasonal funhouses (thirteen of which are thanked at the end), and in seeing how such enterprises have changed over the…
These 96 minutes are rather like being stuck in one long meeting with the almost invariably young, white, middle-class male members of a startup — their zeal isn't all that infectious unless you're…
Intriguing enough in what it shows, "Bitter Honey" nonetheless frustrates for what it doesn't.
Characters keep making complaints like "What kinda stupid do you think I am?!," as if accusing the scenarists.