Is this movie terrifying? Not really. Obscenely grotesque? Oh, yeah.
I was surprised by the redemptive messages I found—along with a bunch of severed demon heads.
The Mitchells vs. the Machines is fun, sweet and smart. It strays just a bit—but for some, that’ll be enough …
If the screenwriters had throttled back, if they’d kept what you hear as clean as what you see, this Netflix …
Heart-snatching, entrail-spilling, limb-hacking, body-splitting Mortal Kombat gore flows unabated.
As superhero sequels go, especially DC superhero sequels, Wonder Woman 1984 is pretty top-shelf.
What starts out as a grotesque horror movie morphs into something more akin to sci-fi about halfway through.
This film’s focus on Eastern spirituality—especially reincarnation—will make it a nonstarter for many Christian viewers.
These more realistic-looking heroes can go raw in all the wrong ways. Fun? Maybe. For families? Maybe not.
Though Voyagers is free of really explicit content, it’s still chockful of PG-13 levels of violence and suggestive scenes.