“Tag” is an enjoyable ode to lifelong relationships, a comedy with heart, and one that instills the value of true friendship and reminds us that we’re never too old to play.
There’s nothing inspiring nor compelling about this mediocre survival drama, and this ship ultimately sinks under the weight of lackluster predictability.
The Incredibles themselves are a family of unappealing, irritating, paper-thin characters. They’re lame superheroes who don’t really accomplish much.
In a better year for movies, “Ocean’s 8” would rank towards the bottom of the stink heap. But here we are in June of 2018 and somehow this has emerged as one of the more entertaining films I’ve seen in months.
Everything about this project is uninspired. It’s not that it’s a total stinker, it’s that all of it feels pointless and hollow.
Overall this is a still a well-crafted, straightforward documentary that paints an interesting portrait of one of the most brilliant legal minds America has ever known.