House of Gucci is a powerful and concise film. It gives us the clear vision of what happens when a family inherits a vision that they don’t fully understand or even deserve.
Reilly gives back all the ground she has gained as Beth in Yellowstone, but that is fine. One can’t verbally abuse a cursed beast that is taking the village apart.
They have a debate on the authenticity of Titanic, because of course they would.
Some might think the story silly for the fact that they often bring swords to gunfights. In the end, both are well-played.
Oh well. It is what it is: a slaughterfest with barely sketched out characters.
…this film makes its fellow office massacre film The Belko Experiment look like Shakespeare.
Marry Me is a romantic comedy without the comedy. It’s Notting Hill without the depth of character.
This film is a tough watch, but it is worthy. One should not watch this nor should they avoid it simply because of who produced it.
This film is appreciable for it’s dedication for recreating the original stories. The problem is, the story is better when you are playing a video game at 3 a.m. all hopped up on Mountain Dew.
The atmosphere is such that it gave me tangential nightmares the night I saw them. Not many films do this anymore.
If nothing esle, the movie gives us some depth to what feels like an incredibly trite characterization living in memory.
The sins of this film are outweighed by a brisk pace and some pretty gruesome kills.
The film doesn’t hold up, but with perhaps a bit more story, it’s premise could be really something.
It’s not easy to love this film. It’s relatively easy to like, just for the women’s talent alone.
It wouldn’t hurt to show a single blade of grass growing in some dirt. All in good time, I suppose. Maybe part 5?
Schrader is not everyone’s cup of tea. Some of us like our tea as dark as the blackest coffee on a cold, bleak morning.