Familial dysfunction hits its peak in “The Glass Castle,” a sprawling tale of growing up poverty-stricken in the rural West Virginia mountains.
This is a sad, haunting film that has affected me like no other this year — and that’s the sign of something truly special.
Who isn’t entertained by Samuel L. Jackson loudly spouting off his dialogue with all manner of creative “motherf%$&ers” peppered throughout?
“The Battleship Island” reminds me of the Korean version of Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds.”
This movie is better than nothing, but not as good as you want it to be.
I can’t really recommend “Logan Lucky” to anybody I know because I can’t think of one person who would actually find the movie enjoyable.