Sometimes we all need a fresh set of eyes to identify the best parts of ourselves amidst the shadows and darkness that encapsulate our thoughts.
This is a solid thriller that does a lot of things right without doing anything remarkable.
The direction and action overcame the script issues I had, and I really appreciated the quality of the set pieces.
Infatuation, jealousy and resentment are are a potent mix of ingredients capable of producing a volatile cocktail.
Some ideas were intriguing, but horrendous writing and poor acting kept this from realizing its potential.
I can’t recommend this highly enough, especially if you’re lucky enough to catch it in the theater. The coalescing of all essential elements of a film is undeniable.
We live in a time of zombie obsession and people clamoring for violence against Nazis, so here is your chance to scratch two itches at once!
Parents often attempt to live vicariously through their children, but when that child belongs to someone else, lines have been irreparably crossed.
Gibson directs this with grace and care, proving that while his character can certainly be questioned, his artistic sensibilities in the director’s chair cannot.
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There is nothing else like this out right now, and it needs to be seen to be believed.
Stone used to be fearless, and while this isn’t a scared work, it just doesn’t show the teeth that the story demands, and the issues start with the script.
You won’t find a lot of sci-fi thrillers that accomplish this much and leave you this satisfied in 90 minutes.
Nichols has crafted something totally engrossing from the first frame to the last, with an incredible ending that packs an emotional wallop. Seek this out!
There is nothing like this in theaters right now, and personally, I’ve never seen anything like it period.