It’s guaranteed to be one the stranger movies you could sidle into at your local AMC, and it’s worth taking a bite out of.
It manages to update the genre while still giving those starved of seeing it on the big screen something familiar to savor.
A garish waste of talented people throwing themselves wholeheartedly into a boring, visionless film.
At the level you want it to be: Elba frantically punching a lion.
All the attempts to say anything about abuse gets filtered through the story’s unreal elements, and they reflect back only the most basic ideas on the topic before completely losing the thread.
In bobbling both the central character and the fray going on around her, Prey doesn’t take advantage of its many opportunities.
What fear and awe you still get from Nope.
Love and Thunder is, quite simply, a mess.
It’s still an overstuffed show, but in building up the relationships audiences truly care about, season 3’s existential musings become time well spent.
It doesn’t try to go to infinity and beyond. Instead, it tells a simple story well and without a lot of fuss.