The Leisure Seeker is tonally all over the place, and none of those places work, mostly because, as executed, they’re not particularly believable.
R.C. Sherriff’s 1928 play Journey’s End is to the stage what the 1930 film All Quiet on the Western Front is to the screen.
Even though The Party isn’t technically based on a play, this new movie exhibits both the best and worst attributes of stage-to-screen adaptations.
Thoroughbreds is mostly an exercise in style, but there’s some substance there too.
Love, Simon’s soundtrack provides a window into where the movie comes up short.
The best reason to see Peter Rabbit is to realize the difficulty of what the similar Paddington series achieves.
An action movie without a distinct personality is one thing, but having no personality at all?
This week, I mix in a few more personal observations along with my usual news recaps: