Patrick Lussier’s film is an incompetent, nihilistic exercise in gore and pseudophilosophy.
It initially suggests a low-rent blend of a Polanski class parable with a relationship drama in the key of Malcolm D. Lee.
David E. Talbert’s film is most affecting in its simpler moments, particularly those revolving around food.
Dr. Gregory House returns for a third season in the show that bears his name and, at first, he’s surprisingly less of a curmudgeon.
Strictly for women who complain about being treated badly by men but don’t care if they’re as cute as Jude Law.