Review: Last Rampage

Though the film’s overarching narrative travels a well-tread road, it strikes a few potent grace notes along the way.

Review: Persecuted

There’s no attempt to convince us that the world is being corrupted by people who haven’t accepted the Gospel; it merely assumes we agree with that idea.

Review: Words and Pictures

At least the irony with which this transparently written and dispassionately aestheticized film so demagogically argues for the value of words and pictures is brutally convincing.

Review: High Crimes

If you squint just right, you might swear your watching A General’s Daughter, Double Jeopardy, or Kiss the Girls.