Showing posts from March, 2021

"Nobody" proves Odenkirk's range as an action machine

"Violation" an uncompromising, artfully shot anti-revenge psychodrama

"Slaxx" goofy and gory with something serious to chew on

Despite doozy credits, "Phobias" peters out as a fear machine

"Happily" a deliciously sharp black comedy that goes where you least expect

Not a total "No," but "Yes Day" strains for wackiness

"The Stylist" a nearly sympathetic portrait of a psychotic hairstylist

"Son" a twisted, unsettling ride into darkness

"Moxie" preaches to the choir but it's inspiring and likable

"Chaos Walking" a YA franchise-starter that barely explores intriguing concept