The film is filled with good-on-paper moments that build up and slowly tighten like a knot but usually end in a whimper.
The film dissects the intersection of two men’s lives in the aftermath of wartime and sectarian conflict.
The only surprise to this by-the-numbers action thriller is that it didn’t go straight to video-and that it doesn’t star Jon Voight.
Coppola discusses what it means to be a personal filmmaker these days in Hollywood.
Slant caught up with del Toro in Beverly Hills to discuss his work with his fellow Mexican filmmakers.
Digesting over 500 hours of footage, Marshall Curry has expertly stitched together a 90-minute triumph in crowd-pleasing, wholesome entertainment.
Alexis Manya Spraic leaves no stone unturned in her exposé of Larry Hillblom.