As bleak and as uncomfortable as this film often feels, Downhill ultimately has some heartening things to say about marriage.
Even many adults should approach this film with care. And yet, it’s a story worth telling, too.
Despite this film’s PG-13 rating, families may well choose to draw a line with Vin Diesel’s latest bloody actioner.
Whannel has crafted a film that plays out more as cruel reality than science fiction.
Eastwood’s latest suggests that judging someone based on appearances and assumptions can lead to injustice and tragedy.
Bombshell’s core message is one of empowerment. But the story it tells is a messy one.
This reboot’s empowering messages are ultimately undermined by its content concerns.
This YA adaptation features tons of teen drama as well as a storyline that perhaps glorifies suicide.
The Banker offers respect for capitalism, a social conscience and a sense of fun—not a combination you find often.
While this film is factual, well-made and eye-opening, it isn’t necessarily … enjoyable.