This is what happens when the idea for a film must pitch itself to its audience over and over again until the audience is convinced.
This is a terrific, dark dystopian nightmare mixed with flashes of Terry Gilliam-esque absurdity and the filmmaker's own fractured frame of reference.
There's really nothing wrong with the movie except the script, which has lots of firepower for something so tiresome.
Harvey Weinstein is a savvy showbiz staple with a tendency to re-edit film -- drastically. Here are ten cases where he tackled filmmakers head on. Few survived.
Fast and loose, with dialogue driving almost every moment, Giuseppe Andrews became the new Godard of trailer park, hotel and apartment tales.
Think Like a Man Too may be nothing more than a sketchbook for (the cast's) specialness, but while it lasts, it's a legitimate comedy contender.
By shuffling the songs off to the side, Clint Eastwood does the Four Seasons and Jersey Boys a grand disservice.
Is the Warners/DC rumor wishful thinking, a fool's paradise, or a strategic answer to Marvel's present domination of the genre?
For our second part of this cinematic weeper overview, we present ten more films sure to get your tear ducts flowing.
This modest B picture from MGM offers unique pleasures and allows us to explore the mystery of writer-director Norman Foster.