Attempting to bring intelligence into the sarcastic action genre, The Protege has moments of success between a familiar revenge story.
Exhausting in its pacing, Hitman's Bodyguard's Wife still brings the ridiculous laughs, pushed primarily by a vulgar Salma Hayek.
Nearly on point, Spiral misses its goal while falling into familiar cliches that condemn most procedural thrillers.
Another direct-to-video thriller with Bruce Willis, Midnight in the Switchgrass is only worth seeing for star Megan Fox.
Survival in the African desert makes for a clever trapped-in-a-location thriller but Endangered Species is let down by meandering, pedestrian family drama.
Challenging Abel Ferrara Film Willem Dafoe teams up once more with director Abel Ferrara for Siberia, making surreal arthouse fare that paints a wildly provocative portrait of its protagonist. …
Flashback is a pretentious, underwhelming Donnie Darko rip-off due to a confusing screenplay.
There's a strong thematic idea at Voyagers' core, but it's let down by rudimentary action and dull pacing.
Unknowingly launching an extended franchise, Saw poses a clever mystery, undone only by its dismal performances.
Lost in the shuffle of young teen sci-fi dystopian thrillers, Chaos Walking is all thematic politics and not much story.
The worst thing Morgan Freeman's ever been a part of, Vanquish goes beyond typical bad movie norms and establishes a new low in the modern era.
Dark Web: Cicada 3301 decides early on it's not a pure thriller