An absorbing, introspective peek into Nick Cave's life and creative process by the man himself, staged more as high-flying performance art than your standard music documentary.
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A routine espionage thriller reveals its theme too late, leaving Black Widow without much purpose in the wider Marvel story arc, even if the action is impressive in spots.
Unusually bland and hollow in its first half, Black Widow finds substance by the end but by then, it's already lost its way and purpose.
While indefensible in its action design, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull at least provides a solid character base to tell this story.
Past the Broken Point Point Break turns a wacky, early ’90s surfer dude crime movie into a sorrowful, philosophizing snoozer. Disconnect from the lavish, overlong stunt scenes – they …
All Zipped Up Sam Ellis is not a good person. He’s a hypocrite, a liar, and pretend moralist. His ethics crusade as a Federal Prosecutor is backed by nightly …
With time distance between its original release, there's the ability to step back and reevaluate Crystal Skull and its mixture.
Mel Gibson. What can be said for the man as an actor? How about, he should never, ever try to pull off a deep Boston accent again? That works.