A lame thriller that’s distasteful, insulting, exploitative, and grossly insincere.
It’s horrifying in a way, because you have to keep guessing if Luce is a saint or a monster — and you will likely be wrong.
Familial dysfunction hits its peak in “The Glass Castle,” a sprawling tale of growing up poverty-stricken in the rural West Virginia mountains.
Whatever your expectations are for the unclassifiable “The Book of Henry,” I guarantee they won’t be fully realized.
LOUISA: MATT: LOUISA SAYS: “Demolition” is an offbeat movie that delves deep in its exploration of grief and human relationships. It’s a decidedly
LOUISA: MATT: LOUISA SAYS: I mildly enjoyed the other two movies in the “Divergent” series (“Divergent” and “Insurgent“), but this addition