Senseless is a comedy from the 1990s that still entertains today, though younger audiences may not immediately catch all of the comedic references.
Most viewers familiar with the first movie won't be surprised by the plot's twists and turns, but the dialog is clever enough to make up for that shortfall.
Fans yearning for a nostalgia fix will probably enjoy this competently crafted movie.
Eli Roth has made a frighteningly realistic scenario that plays out slowly and methodically.
If there's one thing to say for The Dude and his crew, it's that they're never boring.
"They took everything, even the stuff we didn't steal."
Hollywood's dollars can't compensate for the sterilized ramblings of this script
Graffiti is an intimate little film, at times more about the cars than the people.
What works in Fargo is the investigation, and not because of any tension or mystery.
It's sort of a cornerstone of Candy's career that is so oft under appreciated, and it shouldn't be.
It's that rare film where “perfect” can be stated with absolute certainty.
Tremors is just flat out fun, maybe one of the best horror/comedies ever made.