It’s an imagination-starved redo of The Happening crossbred with a more malevolent strain of zombie-flick DNA.
The extras on this edition of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom feel almost as dully prescribed as the film itself.
Throughout the film, director J.A. Bayona draws on the childlike fear of things that go bump in the night.
The Space Between Us is simply disappointing when it isn’t trying to browbeat its audience into emotional submission.
Mr. Robot’s uneven first season evolves from a preachy David Fincher rip-off into an engagingly trashy soap opera.
It can’t tell whether it wants to be junk food or not, lovingly poking fun at some Hollywood tropes while shamelessly indulging others.
Ficarra and Requa’s film turns out to be a strained trumpeting of the return of the proverbial king of the box office, Will Smith.
The disc’s image is clean and sleek and the soundtrack is deep and bassy.
Picking up where A Beautiful Mind left off and forever ruining Massive Attack’s “Angel” in the process, Stay is a tricked-out look at mental crisis.