Although intended as escapist fun, there’s nothing “fun” about sitting through this 100-minute exercise in robotic butchery.
While there are gunfights and everything concludes with a big shoot-out, the complexity of the situation is anything but standard-order fare for a Western.
Unlike mainstream romantic comedies, this one comes with weightier issues and doesn’t fill up its screen time with inane tangents and dumb jokes.
A engaging story anchored by two powerful performances, with Glenn Close being is as ferocious as she has ever been.
A perfect example of ‘80s fantasy in every way – targeted toward children, unremarkable, and ultimately disappointing.
At times dull and plodding and at other times cartoonishly silly, "Kin" rarely works and, when it does, it’s often for the wrong reasons.
Worth seeing simply because it’s different - not weird, off-the-wall different, but different in a good way.
Mixes factual elements with a few “Hollywood touches” to provide a compelling thriller.
A tonal mess and its inconsistencies make it a frustrating viewing experience.