Sense8 suggests a night spent watching as the show’s creators channel-surf back and forth through eight mediocre genre films.
Inventive in its visual effects, but it’s a cheap anti-authoritarian tantrum embedded in an intergalactic action-melodrama.
Burial’s Rival Dealer drops next week, but you can stream the three-track EP in advance.
Warner Home Vidoe does good by Cloud Atlas’s technical skill.
At this stage, the alternately thrilling and unwieldy three-hour epic is the season’s closest thing to a wild card.
Cloud Atlas is a rare film that’s greater than the sum of its often innocuous parts.
Phoned-in portent and feigned profundity form the basis of each of the seven interlocking narratives that comprise Cloud Atlas.
A typical film-only platter from Olive Films benefits from a sturdy transfer.
Watching Speed Racer is comparable to dousing one’s eyeballs in a sugary hyper-digitized Skittles soup.
It’s little wonder that Alan Moore has officially disowned the movie version of his dystopian comic series V for Vendetta.
I’ll say it again: Isn’t this more or less a teaser for the inevitable DVD package containing all three films?
The film picks up exactly where Matrix Reloaded left off, and it’s considerably rough going for the film’s first half.
This is more or less a teaser for the inevitable DVD package containing all three films.
It seems odd that much of The Matrix Reloaded’s story is predicated on the issue of choice.