Here is a strong, far-reaching tale of black female empowerment and dignity, a reminder that love is bigger than hate.
This is one of the more interesting films of the year with a pro-feminist message that’s as timely as it is important.
Lacking the emotional punch that would’ve made it great, the film nearly nosedives into a forgettably weak entry into the crowded crime drama genre.
I’ve never taken LSD but now I know what a bad acid trip must feel like thanks to the destined to become a midnight classic, “Mandy.”
This bloody vigilante revenge film may be formulaic, but it has its moments.
Based on the international best-selling autobiography, the film brings the epic story of Henri “Papillon” Charrière back to the screen with a gritty and violent streak.