Showing posts from February, 2017

People Suck: "I don't feel at home in this world anymore." a poignant, blackly comic indie

Woke Horror: Horror looks good on Jordan Peele in bold, devilish "Get Out"

No Checkout: Beyond its location, "Havenhurst" has little to recommend it

Bad Teachers: “Fist Fight” bullies you into laughing and mostly fails

Tales from the Ovaries: Half-good "XX" showcases unheard voices

One Hero to Save Them All: "The Great Wall" not good but amusingly dopey

Feeling Eel: "A Cure for Wellness" a visually stunning, gloriously bananas opus

Grey Rising: Dakota Johnson too good for duller “Fifty Shades Darker”

Hitman’s Paradise: "John Wick: Chapter 2" delivers more balletic badassery

Still Awesome: “The LEGO Batman Movie” a witty, gag-a-minute barrage of fun