A touch of kiddie horror feels right in Paranorman as the story deals in death, loss, and being yourself.
Tag: christopher mintz-plasse
Neighbors' slaughters reasonable logic and drives a middle finger through the center of good taste.
Trying to dissect some of the technical stop motion achievements is grounds for a headache.
The film has fun with itself, the writing self-aware and pushing past the vanilla, “Vampires exist?” conversations to plant itself into the thick of it.
Okay Hollywood, you win. It is actually possible to make anything cute via animation.
Kick-Ass just seems to meander, never really appreciating what it has.