Texas Chainsaw will eventually reveal its goal: Humanizing Leatherface
So much of the film is unrelentingly vile and sadistic as to be wholly unappealing.
The fresh hook is insight and commentary provided by current business icons like Donald Trump and Mark Cuban.
The story is purportedly based on true events, though Hollywood has proven so callous with that term as to render it meaningless.
Branded is nonsense.
It's remarkable how high a body count can rise without repetition settling in.
Maybe there's something here for the growing Josh Duhamel fan base, playing off his usual roles for something with a sadistic side
The key to Everybody's Fine is purely De Niro who expertly crafts a lonely senior, lost without anyone in his home.
This might be the quintessential “trailer movie,” meaning of course the trailer had the best content.
Safe's murky plot dealings lead to an evening of shoot-outs in classy locations and cell phone conversations with few words.
It hits you over the head, pieces come together, and it executes a glorious finale that is as ingenious as the set up.
Cop Land is billed as a suburban western, and it most certainly is.