Tim Hunter’s Looking Glass is a wishy-washy thriller overstuffed with fake-outs and pointless digressions.
All of the film’s nuances are ultimately negated by the its relentless canonization of its subject.
Not much star power bolstering the disc’s bonus features, but overall it’s a nice package for a rather small film.
Humorless and sanctimonious, Burning Plain groans with shoddy ironies and overbearing serendipity.
Like Lost, the show seems predicated on an unsustainable premise.
Alan Rudolph’s most accessible film in years is anchored by incredible performances by Campbell Scott and Hope Davis.