The terrific premise, badass hero, and throwback grindhouse sentiment check all the boxes for a midnight cult classic.
A deliciously wicked, low-budget indie feature that blurs the line between documentary and reality.
A second-rate family movie with an unredeemable lack of magic.
Not a perfect movie, but it’s a really solid indie effort with charming actors and relatable story.
Won’t stand the test of time as a historical document, but will intrigue those interested in Gitmo and the U.S. government’s policies after 9/11.
Paints a poignant and effective picture from the point of view of a person struggling with dementia.