An undemanding summer blockbuster that should satisfy those looking for a way to beat the heat for a couple of hours.
Despite a fantastic turn from Gyllenhaal, the film is an unfunny, unsuccessful, elitist spoof about what happens when art and commerce collide, and it’s one that will be lost on most.
It’s far better than a television movie of the week, but it’s no game changer in the world of cinematic biopics.
If you are a fan of science fiction and horror, you could do much worse, but you’d be better served by just re-watching “Aliens” instead.
The constant shift in tone, story and timelines can be a bit messy at times, but it’s also what makes this film so compelling.
LOUISA: MATT: LOUISA SAYS: “Demolition” is an offbeat movie that delves deep in its exploration of grief and human relationships. It’s a decidedly