To call “Spend” an emotionally exhausting experience would count as an early qualifier for understatement of 2015.
Many ghosts come to tell Tyreese why he died, but none of them are quite as convincing as the nasally voice on the radio.
Whether she’d really like to believe it or not, Carol is drawn to chaos, to madness and violence.
“Slabtown” ended up raising more questions than it answered.
The film doesn’t aim to condemn the fools who believe racism in America has ended, but rather open a vast discussion of how the subject of race in our country has evolved.
Tina Gordon Chism’s film collapses into a series of clumsy improvisatory sketches, tied up in cheap, risibly sentimental catharsis.