With observational humor and an original screenplay that’s perceptive about human nature, this low-budget, slacker ghost story succeeds on many levels.
M. Night Shyamalan’s directorial choices feel as amateurish and contrived as ever in this mediocre, forgettable, apocalyptic psychological thriller.
A conventional documentary for people with an appreciation of classical music. It’s somewhat inspiring but as a piece of entertainment, it’s mostly draining.
This surreal, cartoonish, and goofy movie is destined to become a cult classic among midnight audiences.
This intimate story is one of female empowerment and endurance in a cultural system that often treats females as second class citizens.
A mostly by-the-book story of an ill-fated romance, but the vivid cinematography and chemistry between the two leads gives the film a unique, intoxicating vibe.