While the movie boasts a strong attention to period detail and notable battle sequences, “Outlaw King” collapses onto a weak narrative skeleton and proves mostly unwatchable in its later acts.
Unfortunately, we must also judge it by the characters and their uniform flatness, the underdeveloped story and performances that are, more often than not, memorable for all the wrong reasons.
The holiday movie season is here, and Netflix didn’t forget.
It’s raining on Election Day. Generally speaking, turnout is lower when it rains on election day, and when turnout is lower it’s bad for Democrats.
Welles’s latest posthumous release, “The Other Side of the Wind,” may not resonate with modern audiences unexposed to the rest of his body of work and reputation.
Bryan Singer’s (“X-Men”) “Bohemian Rhapsody” is hardly a story. Instead, the disjointed scenes chronicling Queen’s rise seem like a highlight reel.
While the narrative is unfortunately bogged down by a glut of story threads that do not come together cohesively, the movie provides more than enough ominous mysticism and excruciating gore for horror fans.
Jonah Hill has his cast to thank for making his musings a reality.
Like it or not, M.I.A has earned her place as one of the baddest girls in music and doesn’t care for anyone’s attempts to shut her down.
Hill brings awe-inspiring meticulousness to the world he depicts.