A Simple Favor haphazardly vacillates between suburban satire, goofy comedy, and dark, twisted psychological thriller.
The longer things drag out, All I See Is You becomes every bit as amorphous as its protagonist’s vision.
It potently clarifies how our lives are spent distracted from matters of the closest personal significance.
What makes The Shallows churn so forcefully for so long is Jaume Collet-Serra’s visual acrobatics.
Less a sincerely kooky elegy to lost time than a slightly off-kilter acting out of familiar rom-com bona fides about missing out on life.
Oliver Stone returns to the grit, grime, and blood of his glory days with this breakneck SoCal-set thriller about the death of sensitivity in the modern age.
While his classic hyperbolic visual style is back in force, Oliver Stone can’t bother to muster any of his usual righteous anger.