While heartfelt in an attempt to approach opiod abuse, Crisis sidetracks into needless sub-plots and numerous cliches.
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It’s a peculiar thing, this live action remake. Owing significant thanks to concepts and ideas in the 1991 animation masterpiece, Beauty and the Beast, through its copycat nature, feels …
Dracula Unsold Correction to the title: Dracula has been told. A lot. And yet, there remains profit in the name. Universal’s current cash-in method is to approach their legacy …
For its opening breeziness, Desolation still turns into a screen hog, if not to overflowing capacity.
Bunches of good looking people collide with other good looking people in good looking cars for good looking turmoil.
No One Lives demands audience blindness outside of its genre classification and stern MPAA warnings.
The set up is lively, certainly a fun alternate history tale of people killing based on media before it was in vogue.
Short of the most cynical amongst us, it's hard not to be impressed by how glamorous and visually scaled the film is.
Most of the characters mope around with their heads down, likely mimicking the audience, waiting for something to happen.