Bland, predictable cop and crime clichés lacking all urgency and any of the claustrophobia that should come from its high-concept premise. Shutting down Manhattan has zero impact on anything here.
Jill Culton writes and codirects Abominable; more… [This post is for Patreon patrons only for the first month.]
Tonia Mishiali writes (with Anna Fotiadou) and directs Greek drama Pause, starring Stella Fyrogeni; more… [This post is for Patreon patrons only for the first month.]
An adventure of the intellect and of the heart with the real-life explorer who inspired Indiana Jones, one more about the journey than the destination.
Commits the cardinal sin of cinema: it’s boring. Feels like two hours of highlights from a 20-episode miniseries that only hint at a rich story tapestry.
Ben Wheatley takes on J.G. Ballard, and it’s a frustrating experience: visually striking but far too literal while aiming for the allegorical.
Any woman here with a speaking role is nothing more than saintly support for the male protagonist, even when his behavior is at its very worst.
A celebration of male obnoxiousness that goes warm and fuzzy over its temperamental manchild as he finally learns to impersonate a decent human being. What?
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Apparently made by snickering 12-year-olds who like naked boobies and have heard rumors about the phenomenon known as “the business trip.”