After a while, it all starts to feel like a showreel for the film’s special-effects team than an honest effort to tell a story.
Ari Gold’s The Song of Sway Lake plays like several disparate melodies overlapping one another.
Mute’s narrative is a self-consciously odd and stillborn mix of missing-person mystery and rehabilitation parable.
Its occasionally ambiguous befuddlement recalls Ben Wheatley’s considerably more ferocious films.
The film’s tired sentimentality aside, its general lack of empathy is most damning.
Twinsters is a charming, energizing, and sometimes moving meditation on what it means to be a family.
City of Bones blasts by for a while as an odd and busy slice of highly watchable garbage.
When it comes to Nicolas Cage performances these days, goofier is infinitely better.