As you’d expect in an R-rated Mel Gibson movie, a hurricane of violence accompanies the action here.
The Outpost isn’t what you’d call a typical war movie. It doesn’t deliver some things you’d normally expect.
Desperados (much like its heroine) is insane.
Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods can be uplifting and hard to stomach at the same time.
Whatever point this movie wants to make, it’s done in the service of a vapid, crass, violent, profane story.
The King of Staten Island is funny and authentic and painful and problematic and offensive.
This movie wallows in excess of every kind, and for no real purpose but to wallow.
If you poke in its corners and gaze at its accoutrements, you may find that only blackness sits at its …
Whatever point The Hunt may want to make, or whatever value it might hope to have, is pretty much obliterated …
The Lovebirds is like The Amazing Race—but with dead people.