An aggressive, brooding thesis about the role of religion and the cycle of violence that routinely corrupts our basic humanity.
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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.
“It Comes At Night”
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.