Surreal, wild, inventive, and totally lacking control, Everything Everywhere All at Once celebrates life's possibilities and chaos.
Tag: Jamie Lee Curtis
Other than a moment of public panic, Halloween Kills provides nothing other than dull formula and nothing to enhance Michael Meyers' maniacal persona.
While the mystery's final reveal is deflating in its simplicity, Knives Out succeeds in taking a western view of a rich/poor dynamic.
A decent Australian thriller starring Stacy Keach and Jamie Lee Curtis, Road Games relies more on twists and suspense than lurid action.
Great White-Masked Menace Where 1978’s Halloween broke through cultural norms to establish a heroine, 2018’s Halloween creates a fighting victim. This is a Halloween for now, bloodier yes, but …
Get Rich There’s legitimacy in Trading Places’ bet. Two rich gamblers argue whether social conditions determine a person’s wealth and social stature, betting for and against that theory. They …
Don’t Call Me Stupid The dog dies. No, correction, three dogs die in A Fish Called Wanda. Somehow, this John Cleese/Jamie Lee Curtis/Kevin Kline outing gets away with it …
Halloween's essence was purely about a psychotic, unthinking maniac set loose in a neighborhood that could be Anytown, USA.
The one chance it has to break free from the modern Hollywood cliché is the central character arc, and You Again completely blows it