The real horror of it all is the way director Chris McKay blows what should have been a slam-dunk premise.
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The film’s themes are used as a plot device rather than in a meaningful way, and more could’ve been done with the ideas about retribution for abuse and the cycle of violence that is often fostered by toxic relationships.
This dialogue-driven supernatural drama about being haunted by the metaphorical (and literal) ghosts of the past has a wildly unpredictable story and substantial themes that make it a thinking person’s thriller.
Takes a thoughtful, interesting, and cautionary tale about the perils of modern dating and tacks on an icky third act that results in a massive misfire.
“Frybread Face and Me”
It’s the heartfelt sentiment behind the film, which features a charming Native American cast and a story that amplifies Indigenous voices through cinema, that makes it feel so special.
“The New Americans: Gaming a Revolution”
An energetic documentary about the younger generation of disenfranchised Wall Street disruptors who are unafraid to lose it all, if it means they can shake things up and change the world.