Story-wise, I wish “Bitch Ass” was a bit more creative — but how can you not like a horror character with a name like that?
This is the type of small, offbeat film that deserves to be discovered in the moment by audiences.
This documentary about the gem trade will educate you to the point that you’ll never want to buy a natural diamond ever again.
This absurd comedy works until it doesn’t, and it’s hard to watch and not think of what it could have been.
So repulsive that any intelligent societal critiques that were to be made are overshadowed by the vile dialogue and subject matter.
Cage is a good sport when it comes to making fun of himself, with a self-deprecating charm that celebrates his charisma, raw skill, and general eccentricity.