Christopher Landon’s heady and entertaining sequel is a multiverse murder mystery rooted in experimental physics.
Dakota Fanning’s Wendy is less a truly thought-through character than a compendium of quirks.
Forever My Girl makes one wonder if Bethany Ashton Wolf actually thinks this is what true love is like.
Happy Death Day twists the inherent repetitiveness of slashers to its advantage by exaggerating it to an impossible degree.
Bart Freundlich alternates somewhat arbitrarily between his various plots, leaving a lot of loose ends in the process.
It passive-aggressively seems to suggest that anyone who isn’t interested in monogamy may be some kind of selfish, intolerable sociopath.