The big problem is that the lead character is uninteresting, the family is boring, and there isn’t a soul to root for.
Tag: Tye Sheridan
“The Card Counter”
This intense drama has all the expected hallmarks of a Schrader film, but feels disappointing, pointless, and routine.
It’s entertaining, but once I took an hour to reflect on the film as a whole, it became obvious that it really isn’t all that good.
“Ready Player One”
The legendary Steven Spielberg dishes out a liberal serving of memberberries piled-high atop a generic, hollow bowl.