This movie’s title is telling: The bad guys are savage. The good guys are savage. But the most brutal, horrific, …
This biographical story pulls no punches as it depicts the racism, drug use, sexual abuse and violence Billie Holiday experienced.
This dramatic cold-war era spy thriller isn’t always the easiest film to watch.
It’s bloodier. More profane. Its quasi-spirituality can be perplexing. And then there’s this: It’s just a darker movie.
Whatever purpose it has, and however well it might be crafted, Cherry makes for a miserable viewing experience.
This film feels more brutal, and sounds more profane, than you would expect for a movie intended, essentially, for kids.
The predictable storyline is as bald as an ancient pair of hightops.
Is this belated sequel fit for a 13-year-old to watch, much less watch alone? I think not.
If you tossed aside all of this movie’s f-words, Crisis’ cautionary message could have cruised into PG-13 territory.
The movie’s version of Han van Meegeren seems to like to shock people. And, years after his own death, he …