The film hardly means whatever it claims — it’s too complex to merely equate sexual repression and political violence.
The 2016 Sundance Short Films, sponsored by YouTube Red, all pack a sizeable punch equal to a full length movie.
From its opening scenes, the strengths of “Beware the Slenderman” become apparent. It also becomes immediately clear what the pitfalls of the project are.
No matter its prospective audience, no matter its intentions, “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter” fails utterly.
You don’t have to know anything about musical theater or Stephen Sondheim to get something out of “The Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened.”
This film is in the business of taking the easy way out wherever it can, whether in humor, in character, or in story.
‘Take the 10’ focuses on three intertwining events of nonconventional criminals breaking the law in strange ways.
So the Oscars are still pretty White, and more specifically dominated by White men.
‘20th Century Women’ shatters the heart and rebuilds it stronger than before.
‘Return of Xander Cage’ doesn’t care about being a good movie.