The film seems to have cobbled its set pieces together from a series of close-ups edited as if by random selection.
The show pulls in too many directions at once, many of them far removed from the sporadic charm of its concept.
Its incoherent turn of events attempts to stupefy us into mistaking its deeply flawed internal logic for ingenuity.
Director David Hackl often shoots his bear in fashions that accent its lumbering, powerful grace, even during its death rattle.
Looper injects the sci-fi actioneer with a much-needed jolt of moral consciousness.
Looper at once understands the visual power of violence and is deeply critical of it.
The Cave has zero sex appeal but may turn you on to cave diving.
Cheaper by the Dozen? How about dime a dozen? I give Shawn Levy 10 more films before he makes a good one.