We don’t need to see the kinder, gentler side of a deranged, savage serial killer.
While it’s not quite the high school cinematic epiphany you’ve been led to believe, “Booksmart” puts a fresh new spin on the coming-of-age comedy.
This is cinema catnip for senior citizens and a foolproof chick flick for grandma and her pals.
How ironic that a film intended to celebrate our differences is so bland and poorly animated that it, too, becomes a forgettable face in the crowd.
Because of the irresistibly charismatic leads this cliché-riddled love story works, despite how superficial (and at times, unbelievable) it may be.
I was delightfully surprised at how engaging this tried-and-true detective story, with cute little monsters thrown in the mix, turned out to be.