“Beauty” is heavily inspired by Whitney Houston’s story but by no means should be considered a “Dreamgirls” take on the legend’s life.
Browsing: Negative (Acquired Taste)
While one or two elements kept us going until the end, unfortunately, we’re of the opinion this film never reached the potential it was marketed to have.
In this silly horror short, two girls questions if the man who seemingly wants to kill them might be cute under his mask?
For those thinking they need to watch the movie to understand Showtime’s The Man Who Fell To Earth, you are not missing much.
Expired will likely be one of the most dreary films you could ever see that didn’t involve watching someone be traumatized.
Don’t Kill Me is sparse on details to the point of wondering if something was lost in translation.
Kimi is a meek thriller that doesn’t fully tap into the role of listening devices or the people who troubleshoot the AI behind them.
How I Became A Superhero reminds you that superpowers have long lost their luster as a hook, and you need good characters and a story.
The Owners is strange in so many ways, but not enough to scare you, creep you out, or be notable.
“Fatal Affair” is tame, predictable, and lacks any sort of chemistry between its lead actress and her co-stars.
“365 Days” tries to make Stockholm syndrome sexy and ends up just making a big-budget soft-core porn.