It only conveys the awesome strangeness of its characters and their universe when director Brian Singer breaks away from the perpetual build-up of the film’s unwieldy plot.
At the center of Jamie Babbit’s film, festering like an open sore, is the stereotype of the psycho lesbian bitch.
The series loses some of its drive by its dreary fourth episode, when a labored love triangle mars the overall flow of the central arc
Nobody makes it out of the film looking good, but that’s clearly not the point.
Filmmaker Carter Smith is going places, something which can’t be said about the characters in The Ruins.