Showing posts from November, 2022

"Nanny" more effective as an immigrant's slice-of-life than horror

“Violent Night” a cheerfully bloody ho-ho hoot that’s also a little sweet

"The Menu" a cruelly witty, excellently cast, deliciously mean dish

"The People We Hate at the Wedding" well-cast and acerbic but not without a heart

"Sam & Kate" a lovely showcase for Hoffman, Spacek, and their kids

"Falling for Christmas" marks Lohan's return and Netflix's biggest Hallmark Christmas Movie clone

"The Friendship Game" held promise but loses way in the game

Styles is fine, but "My Policeman" is dull and safe

"The Estate" a painfully unfunny waste of a terrific cast

"Soft & Quiet" a one-take panic attack that enrages, startles, and impresses