This is a gritty story that asks big questions about perception, truth and humanity.
Jason Statham’s Wrath of Man might be about family—or, at least, about avenging them—but it’s certainly not for family.
I was surprised by the redemptive messages I found—along with a bunch of severed demon heads.
Limbo is both silly and serious, delightful and, at times, despairing. That’s not an easy mix to get right.
This film hooks into themes of a dangerous man grievously wronged and looking for some terminal retribution.
The twisted theology alone here gives families plenty of reasons to avoid being swept up in this story.
Together Together offers an interesting, at times crude, springboard into a conversation about surrogacy.
Heart-snatching, entrail-spilling, limb-hacking, body-splitting Mortal Kombat gore flows unabated.
What starts out as a grotesque horror movie morphs into something more akin to sci-fi about halfway through.
It’s violent and crass and profane, of course. And it still manages to be very dull and tedious anyway.