This is one of those big, fun ensemble comedies that used to be a lot more frequent in the 1990s. Maybe it’s a reflection of
Michael Dougherty’s yuletide horror entry has all the makings of a genre classic just waiting to happen, but it never really seems to come alive
Don’t be fooled by the cutesy, whimsical advertising campaign for this comedy-drama: While there are several scenes that are cutesy and airy (most of them
This is one of those quiet, cute little indies that are perfectly pleasant to watch but don’t leave much of an impression in the end.
Director Ari Aster’s feature-length debut is a masterstroke of understatement and slow-burn tension that often recalls “The Babadook” and “The Witch.” Toni Collette delivers a
“Fun Mom Dinner” is completely baffling. Even after a full, attentive viewing, I’m not entirely sure what I thought of it. It’s definitely ultra light,