As you’d expect in an R-rated Mel Gibson movie, a hurricane of violence accompanies the action here.
The Outpost isn’t what you’d call a typical war movie. It doesn’t deliver some things you’d normally expect.
It’s scary and sad and sometimes awful. But Relic also offers a note of hope in that horror.
Desperados (much like its heroine) is insane.
The story here, like the songs and talent we see in most any singing competition, is strangely affecting.
This movie is less interested in blue-state and red-state ideology than its suggestion that, in some ways, we’ve all been …
For this horror film’s potential viewers, I will simply say You Should … Reconsider.
This gritty, sometimes difficult drama offers some deep meditations on truth, confession and forgiveness.
Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods can be uplifting and hard to stomach at the same time.
Whatever point this movie wants to make, it’s done in the service of a vapid, crass, violent, profane story.