“It’s good at establishing ambience and assembling a careful tension, but when it comes to showing us the reveals that it’s been building towards, it stumbles.”Continue reading “All the Old Knives – Review”
“When it feels like Kimi doesn’t reach as far as it’s intriguing, albeit familiar, setup might suggest, it’s still evident that the movie that’s here has been carefully and intelligently assembled.”Continue reading “Kimi – Review”
“An unnerving and sometimes startling experience, directed unflinchingly by Lauren Hadaway and acted uncompromisingly by Isabelle Fuhrman.”Continue reading “The Novice – Review”
“A breezy follow-up when it’s fully in sync with its possibilities and parameters, but the movie can’t always keep up what’s actually a pretty precarious balance.”Continue reading “Escape Room: Tournament of Champions – Review”
by Ken Bakely
Catching up with two more reviews of movies that I missed from the first half of the year, here are my thoughts on Autumn de Wilde’s Emma. and Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man.