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“Angels and minsters of grace, defend us.” Dr. Leonard “Bones” McCoy, Star Trek IV: The…
It was like watching Wile E. Coyote climb into one of his homemade catapults, where feelings of disaster and dread are just part of the experience.
The good news is that babbling drunk is really the only way to survive the rest of the movie. If you still wish to proceed, then grab a fifth of Mezcal and consider yourselves warned.
I’ll just go ahead and join the cat-cophony: The decision to slather Cats in creepy CGI hobbles it right out of the gate.
I’ve seen it twice now, and the second swirl and sniff really opens the bouquet of just how pungent this monsterpiece really is.
Jexi had potential, buried underneath all the layers of badness.
For all its flaws, I will give it this: Anna boasts the rare distinction of being bloody and boring at the same time.
The violence in this movie escalates until it reaches a crescendo that is savage, cruel, and defeating, all at once.
A leaden script drowns a charismatic cast, while frantic, incoherent action scenes rob the movie of any real tension.
These 106 minutes move slower than the time I had a tooth crowned and they didn’t give me enough novocaine.