It could be funnier but it’s consistently pleasant.
The action is cool, the characters are memorable and it’s made in a clear, exciting way.
For any viewer fascinated by the storied heroes of modern-day crime sagas, the unique blood-soaked legacy of the House of Borgia is the ultimate incarnation of that mythos.
Never feels like a hot button issue movie, or the even more dreaded “important social” movie. It’s just a moving drama about a world that’s foreign, at least to me, and probably many audiences.
The digital release ‘Jackass 3.5′ is in many ways more inspired than ‘Jackass 3-D’.
The Academy Award winning film gets the Blu-ray treatment.
It’s not asking us to make sense of some random minimalist montage. It’s putting on a multi-million dollar show with no restrictions.
A compelling documentary about how Todd Willingham was charged and executed for the murder of this three children.
This Polish animated movie seems like it would be perfect for people who like Hentai. Personally, animated sex and bestiality don’t do anything for me.
I can see it being the type of movie you discover at midnight and it becomes an inside joke with your friends.
A typical indie drama about unresolved feelings, yet it’s entirely watchable and relatable.
The SXFantastic selection Cold Sweat is like The Wages of Fear crossed with Saw, with touches of The People Under the Stairs.
Exactly the kind of movie I hope to see at Fantastic Fest, or any film festival. Just a crazy creation by original artists who show up out of nowhere
It sure is pretty, but man, it’s soooo boring.
I was not feeling the Christmas spirit on the SXSW Audience Award winning documentary.
I did not enjoy Kill List, and not because it’s offensive or upsetting. It’s because it’s phony.
At its core, it’s just 90 minutes of dumb fun based on a concept that appeals to anyone who has ever struggled to do anything.
If you end up watching it even on DVD, you won’t be bored.
A strong portrait of coping with depression. With a beaver.
The story of Hole drummer Patty Schemel is a cautionary tale of drugs and recovery, and a portrait of the ‘90s grunge scene.
Detention is the ultimate payoff for the meta movement.
It’s watchable and relatable, still the “Boy meets girl, boy gets girl, boy loses girl” formula.
I won’t be watching Septien again, but I could recommend it if you’re interested in film festivals and wondering what sort of movies are winning slots
A good campfire style horror movie. The scares are light and fun, not deep horrific terror.
It is an outstanding portrait of an artist that just lets us be in Conan’s world, the one we don’t get to see between late night episodes.
Follows the same plot as all “outrageous wedding” movies.
Paul is like all those comedies I used to like, the kind where they were just plain good.
It’s darkly comical and it has something to say.
SXSW offered a first look at the premiere of the new James Wan/Leigh Whannell film.
An intelligent sci-fi with thoughtful themes.