The book may well have been a masterful allegory, but the film rendition is far less so.
Latte and the Magic Waterstone is tale of bravery, perseverance and friendship.
You might even think of this western tale as a blending of the not-so-Wild West with a Hallmark special.
Deany Beany is Dead is an awkward, heartfelt and grimly humorous film.
Think of it as a poor-man’s Minions cartoon with a lot less, well, funny stuff.
This is one of those movies that could have portrayed its meaningful message without all the gratuitous content.
Despite fun, fan-oriented Easter eggs hidden in this cinematic spinoff, Psych 2 also has quite a few content issues too.
The biggest issue with this robo-drama is the completely unnecessary foul language in its memory bank.
Whatever point this movie wants to make, it’s done in the service of a vapid, crass, violent, profane story.
Sight & Sound Theatres’ JESUS is proof that sweeping, engulfing and emotional events are all at home on the stage.