An overmatched star and a scarcity of eccentricity sink this hip-lit origin story from director John Krokidas.
Given the film’s early promise, it’s unfortunate how it turns into a largely reductive Freudian character piece in which the main character has to come to terms with his old man.
The concluding season is a mostly redeeming finale for a show most people hate to love and love to hate.
A paltry offering of bad-looking archival interviews is, sadly, all Echo Bridge shelled out for.
An initially naturalistic depiction of late medieval existence quickly becomes a larger-than-life mixing of history and fantasy.
If the film starts off as a test of Halsey’s will to live, it certainly doesn’t end up that way.
For nearly a decade, I’ve felt a certain allegiance to Robert Altman’s Short Cuts, and I’d never seen a single frame of it.
A Choose Your Own Adventure film that replays itself until its main character gets his happy ending. It should be a snoozer, but the soundtrack makes it impossible to doze off.