This light-hearted, Hallmark-esque flick features light language and sexual content, but really focuses on working through heartbreak.
Jolt is frustrating in that it doesn’t give its audience much to root for.
There’s a lot here to appreciate if you’re in the mood for a good scare at the movies.
Battles and destruction can feel very heavy for a flick aimed at an elementary school-aged audience.
This inspiring true story shows us all what it’s like to be a part of something bigger than yourself.
Between the foul language, terrifying images and bodies being torn apart, it feels like Spiral deserves an NC-17 rating.
The most disturbing element here is the demonic activity that seeps into nearly every minute of this unnecessarily long movie.
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There’s a lot about our heroine worth commending—just as there’s a lot about her, and the film itself, that isn’t.
A dribbling smorgasbord of gore, exposed teen flesh and enough nasty profanity to make a curse-casting witch feel outclassed.