An aggressive, brooding thesis about the role of religion and the cycle of violence that routinely corrupts our basic humanity.
One of those wacky movies that is sure to be talked about, if only for the sheer insanity of the story.
This nightmare-inducing film is as unsettling as they come, a wildly unpredictable story that goes all sorts of places — and not necessarily to the ones you think.
I can’t really recommend “Logan Lucky” to anybody I know because I can’t think of one person who would actually find the movie enjoyable.
This is not a movie for those seeking a thrill or a cheap jump scare.
I have much respect for the intensely personal, visually stunning “American Honey,” the new avant-garde style film from director Andrea Arnold. How I wish it didn’t read as an overblown, self-indulgent disarray of semi-compelling ideas. This film is overly pretentious, rambling, and thinks it’s more important, and far better, than it actually is.