The film too often suggests an Under Siege that’s been pointlessly larded with critters from Jumanji.
Netflix will release the series on May 31.
Writer-director Susan Walter’s film is almost determined to disprove the causality of social phenomena.
Kino Lorber issues a slim but attractive restoration of John Irvin’s nasty and woefully underappreciated crime thriller.
Empowerment porn for those who long for the Cold War’s clarity of purpose and American dominance in this murky age of terror.
This may be the year’s best superhero movie because, for a sufficient amount of time, it doesn’t feel like one at all.
The film suggests what might happen if TBS and Bruce Springsteen were to collaborate on a sitcom set in hell.
If you’re a seasoned fan, or even looking to dig into the series for the first time, Bond 50 is an essential package.
A good-but-not-great movie gets a good-but-not-great DVD treatment. Rolling papers not included.
It delivers a rather predictable indie coming-of-age narrative, and Levine’s music video-ish sentimentality doesn’t help alleviate such familiarity.