Daniel Zelik Berk’s film trots out murky plot twists that leave crucial details needlessly shrouded in mystery.
John Curran creates room for his characters to think and feel and an environment that encourages us to do the same.
The formalism fashions effective textural shortcuts to behavioral understanding that the remarkable cast fills in with finesse.
Ironically, the mildness of writer-director Victor Levin’s film turns out to be its most engaging quality.
This big, brash, occasionally clever, but mostly dumb comedy is so derivative that it feels like playing a game of basic-cable bingo.
A Razzie-worthy sci-fi zero gets the undeserving high-definition treatment from Summit Entertainment.