To say that OSS 117: Lost in Rio is a hideously distended continuation of OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies’s one-note joke would be unduly kind.
Sprinting ahead with an urgency that belies its remarkable attention to detail, Lucas Belvaux’s taut political thriller Rapt is a top-heavy but exceptional action film.
Formula-based horror hasn’t looked this good doing nothing but the basics in a while.
Nobody makes it out of the film looking good, but that’s clearly not the point.
Parents: If I can (poorly) discipline a 16-year-old cat to not howl before sunrise, you can teach your kids to not emulate Bella Swan.
If the film starts off as a test of Halsey’s will to live, it certainly doesn’t end up that way.