Babak Najafi’s Proud Mary is a so-so action melodrama with an insulting whiff of generic blaxploitation stylistics.
The series finale of Kurt Sutter’s super-violent Shakespearean biker-gang saga represents a high-water mark.
Jax spends much of “Red Rose” trying to mend the bursted gangland seem that he was entirely responsible for opening.
While Bobby’s fate is left in the balance, the fact remains that Jax and his leather-clad brethren can no longer deny who has the upper hand.
Directed by Guy Ferland, it’s a nasty and sleek episode that plays off the striking tonal juxtaposition between calm and chaos.
For a few moments at the beginning of “Playing with Monsters,” Sons of Anarchy doesn’t take itself too seriously.
The show’s seventh and final season will be a reckoning for the countless sins of its lead character and Hamlet stand-in.
A better-than-average horror anthology from two of horror’s reigning masters, Body Bags benefits considerably from an HD upgrade that’s been fleshed out with some salient supplements by Shout! Factory.
Give me Speed Racer instead-hell, even Wicked Stepmother.
The problem isn’t that the film attempts to entertain in the manner of a theme park ride, but that the ride sucks.