Showing posts from April, 2021

Save for exactly one nightmare, "Separation" feels inert and lazy

"Without Remorse" brawny, meat-and-potatoes geopolitical thriller

"Four Good Days" feels honest, not maudlin, with great performances by Close and Kunis

"Things Heard & Seen" most compelling without the ghosts

"Golden Arm" disarms with Holland and Sodaro's unfakable chemistry

"Mortal Kombat" amusingly gnarly and dopey but primarily for fans

"Stowaway" an engaging sci-fi drama about morality rather than aliens