Nothing excuses how a project with such a strong cinematic pedigree could produce a film that totally misses the mark by such a wide margin.
A film that’s sure to spur a debate about the necessity for efficient checks and balances within our own government.
Heavily slanted towards conservative propaganda but is a decently crafted and entertaining movie about a man society chewed up, spit out, and promptly forgot.
Part art house film and part true crime tabloid serial, the jumbled, wacky true story is perfectly conveyed through this suitably oddball movie.
This tedious, arrogant film is precisely the type of pretentious, style-over-substance, arty crap that makes audiences hate movies like this.
“Tag” is an enjoyable ode to lifelong relationships, a comedy with heart, and one that instills the value of true friendship and reminds us that we’re never too old to play.